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Chris Cornell's Suicide Is Sadly Familiar To Gen-Xers

Death was an omnipresent part of the alt-era, something we just took for granted at the time. It was something to live through at the time, but which we never questioned. It just was. And yet in hindsight so many deaths of so many young people seems unfathomable. And they didn't stop. And now Chris Cornell of suicide by hanging. It is an unimaginable tragedy for those who loved him personally -- his wife and his three children most of all -- and for all of those who loved the music he gave to the world and the operatic multi-octave howl he sang it to us with.
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Remembering 9/11 as a Millennial

For most Millennials, life thus far is divided into two distinct components: pre-9/11 and post-9/11. At the dividing line lies the first news report on the radio or the phone call in which the person on the other end said, "Turn on the TV." 9/11 forced us to grow up overnight, and growing up was not all that it's cracked up to be.

Smashing Pumpkins Contest

To celebrate the launch of HuffPost Canada's sparkling new music site, we're flying a lucky winner and their even luckier friend to New York City, putting them up in a hotel and getting them tickets t...