by Maddy O’Connell
it Rains, it Pours” by Luke Combs couldn’t be more fitting right now as we
try and fight the coronavirus that’s fighting back just as hard.
this outbreak that’s preventing us from doing pretty much anything, I’m feeling
pretty down about how I might not experience any summer concerts this year.… Click here to continue reading!
by Fredlyn Pierre Louis
Anyone who’s ever dated knows that not every date is a love connection. Sometimes, you’re just not clicking with each other, and you both know it’s best to cut your losses and move on. Sometimes, though, a really bad date can be hard to get out of, and you have to use more extreme measures.… Click here to continue reading!
by Kristin Roy
With the recent
50th anniversary of Woodstock, FM89 looks back on one of our favorites from
that very weekend in the summer of love. Woodstock Music Festival was held at Max
Yasgur’s dairy farm from August 15th through 18th in
1969, and it was advertised as “an Aquarian Exposition: 3 days of Peace &
Music,” and it really was.… Click here to continue reading!
by Jette-Mari Anni
Last Thursday afternoon, North Central College President Troy Hammond sent out an email announcing all classes would move to online only, and students were advised to move out of their dorms to protect our community from COVID-19. The whole week, professors had started each class with updates on what information they’ve been given and what they predicted to happen in the next couple of days.… Click here to continue reading!
by Vito Basile
Saturday had a very
somber feel to it. As I turned on ESPN to watch the prelims and main card of
UFC Brasilia, it was hard to not notice the empty seats and minimal lighting in
the arena.… Click here to continue reading!
by Kristin Roy
Bruce Springsteen, one of our favorites on FM89, continues to be timeless. Born in New Jersey in 1949, Bruce knew that there was no other route to take but the pureness of Rock n’ Roll. As the lead singer of the E Street Band and creating a solo career, we have the chance to listen to it all at WONC.… Click here to continue reading!
by Vito Basile
By now, the world is familiar with the coronavirus and the effects it has on people. With the recent season suspensions of the NBA, NHL, MLS, and the canceling of all NCAA tournaments including March madness, as well as delaying the start of the MLB season, this leaves us with almost no sports.… Click here to continue reading!
by Brian Clinkenbeard
I was unable to attend the first concert of the cycle due to a scheduling
conflict, so I will treat the second concert (Friday, February 28) as the
About the Orchestra:
The name “Beethoven” is so ubiquitous that it seems to lose all meaning at times, and the 1990s film franchise about a mischievous dog surely didn’t help.… Click here to continue reading!
by Johanna Crawford
Sports is one of the most lucrative
and also one of the most debatable branches of the entertainment industry that
exists today. One of the hottest topics, especially in regard to the economic
aspects of the sports industry, is whether or not athletes are overpaid.… Click here to continue reading!
There are so many hidden gems in the local music scene of places to perform and witness great live-music. Open mics are a great way to meet people that share your same passion! They are a wonderful opportunity to network with other artists in the scene.… Click here to continue reading!