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2017 Programming Stats!

2017 Programming Stats!

At the end of every year, we compile all the information and numbers we can on the past year’s programming efforts.  This past year was an intense and difficult year for many of us – and we felt it along side those in our community…

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Excitement Builds for 4x4x48 Filmmakers

Excitement Builds for 4x4x48 Filmmakers

Next week, the Holland Project will be holding their annual filmmaking challenge, 4x4x48. I sat down with two filmmakers, Fil Corbitt, a local jack of all trades, and Alina Vergunova, a local student, to talk with them about the upcoming event. FIL CORBITT    …

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Keep it moving & keep your knives sharp too: An Interview with Nicholas Galanin

Keep it moving & keep your knives sharp too: An Interview with Nicholas Galanin

As promised, here’s our little interview with artist Nicholas Galanin, compiled from questions from Holland members who have gotten to spend some good time over the past couple months with some of his pieces that are up now as part of the Nevada Museum of…

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Halloween Show approaches…

Halloween Show approaches…

STUDY UP Y’ALL! We have your fave bands as their fave bands, for the Halloween party of the year.

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Chatting Racism, Activism, & Community Solidarity with Jackeline Durón

Chatting Racism, Activism, & Community Solidarity with Jackeline Durón

Illustration by Catherina Horan, catch her on Instagram: @fragileperson We spent some time with activist/badass Jackeline Durón to get some perspective on the rise of violence, white supremacy, and issues (local and national) directly impacting people of color, women, the LGTBQ community, and more. It’s been…

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Dog Treats and the Ideal Date w/ City Wolves

Dog Treats and the Ideal Date w/ City Wolves

I’ve interviewed City Wolves before but a lot has been going on for them lately (Erin Miller joined the band, they’re releasing a full length album, and going on tour) so obviously, I had to interview them again. We sat in Brigdon Markward’s living room,…

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Reflecting on the loss of Chris Cornell

Reflecting on the loss of Chris Cornell

At fifteen, I listened to a lot of Soundgarden. I wore torn jeans and flannel. I was a survivor of suicide. Music could reach me in a place where my friends and loved ones couldn’t. I loved a lot of music, but the singers that…

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2016 TOP TENS

2016 TOP TENS

As is tradition, we ask Programming Committee members, staff, and bands what their Top 10 albums, shows or musical moments were in the past year. Lists come in through the month (so keep peeking back in), but here’s what we have so far! Playlist featuring…

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a Jonathan Richman inspired playlist

a Jonathan Richman inspired playlist

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< < < Halloween Show Playlist 2016 > > >

< < < Halloween Show Playlist 2016 > > >

10.22, you know what to do. $3 w/ costume and $5 without, 6pm-12am.

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