Nick Guesto

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  • Glee should not tack deep issues onto plot

    Whether you’re a self-proclaimed “gleek,” an occasional watcher, or only know about it through Facebook status updates, it’s undeniable that the television show Glee has become an important part of modern pop culture. As of late, the show has been addressing some pretty serious topics — a big change from the campy, all-smiles episodes in the earlier seasons.

    Forum | March 26, 2012
  • Hair packs punch despite small-scale production

    “Vibrant. Visceral. Introspective.”

    Pillbox | February 20, 2012
  • The Fray releases third album

    In a time where the Top 40 is overflowing with AutoTune and songs made for clubs, The Fray reminds us that success can come in the form of a less electronic instrument. The piano-driven rock band from Denver gained worldwide fame thanks to its emotional single “How to Save a Life,” and has remained relatively popular since. This past week, The Fray released its third album, Scars & Stories, whic...

    Pillbox | February 13, 2012
  • Tales From Abroad: Rome

    My journey into Rome was a little less enchanting than I had first imagined. The cab ride from the airport to my apartment took me on a tour of the Eternal City that mostly showed me graffiti and garbage — not quite the romantic image I had from movies and television shows. Don’t get me wrong, Rome certainly has its locales of pure beauty, but I was shocked to see beautiful, neo-classical building...

    Pillbox | January 30, 2012
  • Discover Pittsburgh's music scene

    Stage AE
    400 North Shore Dr. (North Shore)

    Pillbox | August 21, 2011

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