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Quick Note Regarding the Website

Just a quick site update post.  Over the next few days, I'll be incorporating older articles that focus on the pop culture themes from sites that I used to run.  I figure that now is the time to actually have all of our content on one site.  What site would be better to do that than PCC?  This means there may be older concert reviews up here as well as photos from my old site (  Don't worry though, while migrating the older articles over, we'll still be posting new articles as well.  

Speaking of new articles, PCC would like to introduce the newest writer for the site, Benjamin Sadler.  Ben and I go way back and have been friends forever.  In the early 2000's, we ran a site together called Shut Up And Die which was basically just a page where we did mini reviews of old horror movies.  There's a very good chance that series may return as well.  

At some point, the podcast will return.  

I'm very excited to see where the future of this site takes us.  We hope you'll be along for the ride.  If you have any suggestions or comments, feel free to leave 'em in the comments section below any article or hit us up on Facebook or Twitter!


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