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Beatles Marathon inspired by family

Joe Peppercorn (left) and Matt Peppercorn perform at the 2015 Beatles Marathon. Credit: Courtesy of Amy Peppercorn

  Beatles fans will have a chance to rock out all day on Saturday in downtown Columbus. Local band The Whiles will perform the entire Beatles discography, from earliest to latest, at The Bluestone in their seventh annual Beatles Marathon. For the first time this ...

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Listen Up: The best of 2016

Plattan headphones from Urbanears are for the style conscious and come in many colors, including red. The full-sized adjustable headphones have padded ear covers for comfort and for portability fold down to the size of your fist. On the cord is a microphone and remote for compatibility with many cell phone devices, including some BlackBerrys and the iPhone. (Urbanears/MCT)

You shouldn’t judge an athlete by one play, a director by one scene or a carpenter by one chair. In the same vein, don’t judge a column by one week. I’ve loved writing about a great year of music, and I worked harder on a ...

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Columbus’ Own: Farseek masters the power of one

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When Cameron Harrison began playing music under the name Farseek, he was a student at Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida. Though Harrison has since graduated and moved from the Southeast to the Midwest, memories of his formative years and home state influence his music. ...

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Listen Up: 2016 full of hidden gems

Plattan headphones from Urbanears are for the style conscious and come in many colors, including red. The full-sized adjustable headphones have padded ear covers for comfort and for portability fold down to the size of your fist. On the cord is a microphone and remote for compatibility with many cell phone devices, including some BlackBerrys and the iPhone. (Urbanears/MCT)

After the chaos and confusion of Monday morning, this article’s publication was pushed back a day. Hopefully anyone still feeling shaken up can find some relief by escaping into these records. They are two that I overlooked earlier this year, but which definitely deserve attention. ...

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Local record label puts artists first

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Listen to local acts TRiBE and PZA PRTY, and one might not hear much resemblance, but Stray Soul Entertainment does. TRiBE, a low-fi hip-hop group, and PZA PRTY, an experimental trip-hop duo, were both signed by Stray Soul for their alternative styles. The Columbus-based record ...

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