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For alienated teens, music builds a bridge

By Lucy Barber
March 17, 2010

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A good punk song is one that entangles itself with your pulse, mirrors the syntax of your body, and leaves your bones humming like train tracks when it passes. A really good novel does the same thing. At its best Peter Bognanni’s “House of Tomorrow’’ is tight and quick enough to pull you into its rhythm. It draws its audience ... (Full article: 527 words)

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