Nick Guesto

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  • Maroon 5 moves focus from sex to soul

    The members of Maroon 5 have never been afraid of adding a little funk to their music. In their past two albums, they’ve openly welcomed an ’80s influence on their sound. But now with Hands All Over, their third album, they’ve totally immersed themselves in it. Both their debut and sophomore efforts were critically acclaimed, and they’ve established a name for themselves as being fresh and sensu...

    Pillbox | September 27, 2010
  • Statistically Speaking

    Many students spent the past week preparing their TiVos for television fall season premieres. The debut of new shows and the return of popular ones are sure to bring plenty of conversation and excitement, as viewers prepare to learn the fates of their favorite characters. Here’s a look back at last year’s TV season, as well as a sneak peak at this season’s new shows:

    News | September 27, 2010
  • Science and Faith impresses all

    The Irish pop rock group The Script is a late bloomer when it comes to mainstream success. The group released its first album just over two years ago in August 2008, but it wasn’t until the summer of 2010 that the musicians got what they had been working toward. Their second single, “The Man Who Can’t Be Moved,” got significant attention over the airwaves, but it was their follow-up, “Breakeven,” ...

    Pillbox | September 20, 2010
  • Statistically Speaking

    Last week, one of the major world tournaments in professional tennis ended its yearly run. One of four Grand Slam tournaments, the U.S. Open is the United States’ claim to fame in the tennis world. Here are some numbers representing the grand scale of this year’s U.S. Open:

    Prize money for men’s and women’s singles champions: $1,700,000

    News | September 20, 2010
  • Statistically Speaking

    New York City is a center of the arts and is home to some of the most talented actors and musicians in the world. It’s no wonder people come from far and wide to experience Broadway. Spanning decades and winning dozens of awards, here are some numbers about some of Broadway’s most successful plays:

    Gross ticket sales for the 2009–10 theater season: $1.02 billion

    News | September 13, 2010

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