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College Student with Severe Allergy Allegedly Hazed with Peanut Butter: ‘He Could Have Been Killed’

Central Michigan University is investigating an allegation that a student with a severe peanut allergy was covered with peanut butter while passed out during a hazing incident at the Alpha Chi Rho fraternity last fall, the school’s spokeswoman confirmed to People.

Heather Smith said alleged victim Andrew Seely spent the fall 2016 semester as a student at the university.

“We take these types of things very seriously,” Smith told People. “So the Cmu Police Department and Cmu’s Office of Student Conduct responded immediately and started looking into it. The alleged incident would have taken place off-campus, so we involved the Mt.
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50 Years with Peter Paul and Mary

The immensely popular trio provides an extremely pleasant eighty minutes of musical nostalgia – with plenty of full performances but also the full variety of their music through the years. Interviews with the principals give us the back story, light but not superficial, while film clips show their political activism through the years.

50 Years with Peter Paul and Mary

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2014 / B&W + Color / 1:33 flat full frame / 78 min. / Street Date December 9, 2016 / 19.95

Starring Peter Yarrow, Noel (Paul) Stookey, Mary Allin Travers.

Film Editor Pat Murphy

Produced by Jim Brown, Heather A. Smith

Directed by Jim Brown

Reviewed by Glenn Erickson

When we watch movies about music groups we can be looking for historical and personal insights, or we could just want happy nostalgia, to hear the music and see our favorites as they appeared through the years. Many of us instantly recognize groups from the 1960s when we hear them,
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Indie Spotlight: ‘Rooftop Sessions’ Takes Live Music To The Sky

You know what's cooler than live music? Live music several stories off the ground. That's the philosophy behind Rooftop Sessions, a web series started by three enterprising music fans. It's a look at the local Chicago scene, lifted in the air and perched on the roof for all to see. Rooftop Sessions is the brainchild of Joel Hoover, Daniel Panol, and Mikel Pickett, who love their hometown almost as much as they love little-known indie bands. To celebrate both, they starting filming on rooftops around the city, with a different band performing in each episode. One of the most unique episodes features Heather Smith, the frontwoman of a band called Bone & Bell, as she plays one of her songs while taking a ride on Navy Pier's famous Ferris Wheel. While Rooftop Sessions' status as a creatively-filmed discovery engine is appealing, its self-financed origins are equally admirable. The three producers use
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American Vintage Westwood Store Launch Party Hosted by Sam Sarpong Pictures

Sam Sarpong, Rosaly Pfeffer attend American Vintage Westwood store lLaunch party hosted by Sam Sarpong.Photo copyright curtis sabir / PR Photos. Sam Sarpong, Heather Smith attend American Vintage Westwood store lLaunch party hosted by Sam Sarpong.Photo copyright curtis sabir / PR Photos. Sam Sarpong, Laura Wilde attend American Vintage Westwood store lLaunch party hosted by Sam Sarpong.Photo copyright curtis sabir / PR Photos. Sam Sarpong, Tara Sweatt attend American Vintage Westwood store lLaunch party hosted by Sam Sarpong.Photo copyright curtis sabir / PR Photos. Sam Sarpong, Benny Richberg attend American Vintage Westwood store lLaunch party hosted by Sam Sarpong.Photo copyright curtis sabir / PR Photos. 07/08/2011 - Sam Sarpong, Venessa Evigan - American Vintage Westwood
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Magazine Review: Morpheus Tales Xiii

Morpheus Tales Xiii

Red Blood, Black Blood by Deborah Walker

Illustrated by Vladimir Petkovic

Glass Castles by Cate Caldwell

Pretty Flowers by Nicholas Stirling

Stasis by Richard Smith

Thanatasia by Jonathan W. Bremer

Soup by Alex Gonzalez

Illustrated by Mark Bell

Some Things Aren’t Anything by Erik T. Johnson

Illustrated by Charlie Zacherl

Family Curse by Lee Thompson

Illustrated by Ian Welsh

Bert & Reg by Brian Kutco

The Good Of The Earth by Heather Smith

The Suicide Club by John Morgan

Cover Art by Darryl Elliott

I always get excited when I open my mailbox and see that the latest issue of Morpheus Tales is sitting in there waiting to be read. I have come to expect great things from each issue; riveting, well written stories and accompanying artwork that adds so much to the tales.

Issue #13 is no exception. I thought every story was strong and I particularly loved this issue’s artwork.
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