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Finally, a musical genre that will make your ears bleed: DUBSTEP

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Before pressing play Jessica Hall,  a third year Liberal Arts major at Mercer, full-time employee of Bristol-Meyers Squibb, and mother of two, smiled under her headphones. She was eager to listen to the music her kids liked, a relatively new genre known as dubstep. Then the music began. A small then deep wrinkle started forming…

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Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco sold out The Stress Factory

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It took seven years of waiting tables in LA before he’d catch his big break, but Sebastian Maniscalco knew he would be a comedian since day one. He has been featured on Leno, Comedy Central and HBO, and January 26 to 29 he played a local run at The Stress Factory in New Brunswick. “Its…

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Neil Simon’s Laugher on the 23rd Floor has successful run at Kelsey

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By Emily Lukasewycz & Miranda Horn Local theater company Maurer Productions staged a revival of Neil Simon’s classic comedy Laughter on the 23rd Floor at Mercer’s Kelsey Theatre from January 27 to February 5. The generational tone of the piece did not seem specifically intended for current college students, but the opening night audience, made…

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Founded by a local 19 year old who was born in Turkey, Tulip Hookah is a hit with young people

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Owned and operated by 19 year old Ali Yeysides, the Tulip Hookah Café has been providing the Langhorne, PA area with a taste of one of the most popular past times of the Middle Eastern world, smoking hookah. Though it has been only open for about nine months, Yeysides’ café has had a lot of…

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