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COLUMN: Paul Cornish finds freedom in jazz


As the youngest sibling in a family of musicians, Paul Cornish had big shoes to fill when he began playing piano at age five. It was slow going at first, but Cornish credits his current drive for music to a host of mentors who encouraged him at a young age. “I really hated piano at […]

COLUMN: Daniel McLaughlin speaks music


The story of Daniel McLaughlin’s love of music begins, like any proper rock opera, with a badass grandma. “The first band that I was into was Green Day, the American Idiot album. I remember having my grandma take me into Borders before it went out of business. I wasn’t allowed to buy the album, but […]