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Say Anything defends the ‘genre’ on tour

Meghan Driscoll

March 26, 2008

Say Anything has faced many setbacks, including a hospitalization of their lead singer Max Bemis in 2005 for a nervous breakdown. Bemis was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and has used what would normally be a hindrance to many...

Movie Review: The Other Boleyn Girl

Meghan Driscoll

March 26, 2008

"The Other Boleyn Girl" is a drama based on the book of the same name by Philippa Gregory. In the movie, two sisters, Anne and Mary Boleyn, show how the affection and love of a king can tear a family, and perhaps a country, apart. In...

OK Go lets Katrina victims know “You’re Not Alone”

Meghan Driscoll

February 13, 2008

OK Go's popularity has risen greatly following their choreographed treadmill routine to their song "Here It Goes Again." With 29,433,633 views on YouTube, the band may have some bragging rights, but it's their involvement in community...

Movie Review: Untraceable

Meghan Driscoll

February 13, 2008

"Untraceable" can best be described as a "Saw" rip off that tried way too hard. Though the movie had a somewhat cool idea at the beginning, it quickly went downhill. In the movie, Special Agent Jennifer Marsh (Diane Lane), works...

Meg & Dia open for Angels & Airwaves

Meghan Driscoll

February 6, 2008

Dia Frampton is well aware of what it means to be the odd one out. She's a female vocalist fronting an indie/acoustic band known as Meg & Dia, and life on the road as a female can be pretty rough. Luckily, Dia is able to share...

Editor Speaks Out

Meghan Driscoll

October 24, 2007

There are many things that I love about Quinnipiac University. It has a beautiful campus and amazing academics, just to name two. One thing I am not too fond of here at good old QU is the majority of the student population that...

Cartel wants fans to ‘lose it’ on tour

Meghan Driscoll

October 3, 2007

The band Cartel is the kind of band that can have you singing and dancing within just a few seconds of a song starting. Their new single "Lose It" is hitting it big with previous fans and has helped them gain new fans steadily. This...

The ‘Mmbop’ brothers make a comeback

Meghan Driscoll

September 12, 2007

Ten years ago the band Hanson experienced a sudden rise to stardom thanks to their widely successful single "Mmbop." A decade later they are still making music and winning over fans one at a time. The Chronicle spoke with Zac...

Chronicle Exclusive: Unique record store opens its doors in Wallingford

Meghan Driscoll

April 17, 2007

Redscroll Records, located on 24 North Colony Street in Wallingford, opened its doors to the public last Thursday. The store will be specializing in music genres such as indie rock, hardcore, electronic, punk and metal. It will...

Chronicle Review: Stone Quarries win ‘Battle of the Bands’

Meghan Driscoll

February 28, 2007

WQAQ's Battle of the Bands took place Saturday night and it displayed the various talents that Quinnipiac students have to offer. With the performances ranging from acoustic to pop punk to metal, there was something for everyone....

Chronicle Review: Keaton disappoints in new movie

Meghan Driscoll

February 21, 2007

The movie "Because I Said So" shows exactly how crazy an overbearing mother can make someone feel. It stars Diane Keaton and Mandy Moore, with supporting roles from Lauren Graham and Piper Perabo. In the film, Daphne (Keaton)...

What’s on your iPod?

Meghan Driscoll

February 21, 2007

Beastie Boys "Triple Trouble" No matter what song, the Beastie Boys always make it a good one. With a great beat and fun lyrics this tune is quite catchy. Brand New "Not the Sun" Just one of the great songs from Brand New's...