@U2 Originals: February 2012

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Here at @U2, one of the things we're most proud of is the original content we provide, created exclusively by our staff. In case you missed any of it in February, the highlights are posted here:

Kelley Eskridge and Iidaliisa Partanen kicked off the month by revealing the answers to the January Question of the Month, which asked fans, "You run into the band somewhere unexpected. Where are you and what happens?"

In our weekly Off the Record column, Matt McGee celebrated the 500th column in this series, while Sherry Lawrence examined the Madonna fan club in relation to U2's. Later in the month, Tassoula E. Kokkoris wondered about fans who lose their U2 mojo and to close out the month, Sherry Lawrence updated us on the latest in the Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark drama.

Our popular "Like a Song" series continued with an essay about "Gone" by Christopher Endrinal. And in our newer series "Like a Video," Jill Marino wrote about "All Because Of You" filming in New York City. The "U2 Lists" piece for this month was authored by Carol Foster, who discussed her take on U2's Top 10 Career-Defining Moments.

As a special bonus, Aaron J. Sams put together a piece about the fan club offering U22: What It Has and What It's Missing.

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