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Gotye gets it right at Orpheum gig

Quickly moving onto the next song, we all joined in as the female vocals in the much-overplayed-yet-still-amazing-when-you-are-experiencing-it-live single “Somebody That I Used to Know.”

Cirque du Soleil’s Quidam delivers wonder and excitement

As an avid football fan, the NFL season opener is a day highlighted on my calendar. However, instead of watching the first game of the all-too-brief season this year, I spent it watching a different, but equally enthralling, display of athletic prowess and robot-like precision