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‘Ripcord’ impresses audiences

Nate Horne

May 20, 2016

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Keith Urban continues to further mend the gap between hip-hop and country music on his latest album "Ripcord." This album is more modern and full of pop music aspects than any of his previous ones, and there are only a few...

‘The Jungle Book’ roars with success

Claire Durand

April 27, 2016

Filed under Entertainment, Reviews

Disney's live-action CGI remake of "The Jungle Book" incorporates much more than the bare necessities of the 1967 classic. "The Jungle Book" uniquely retells the plot of the original film. It's essentially a destination movie...

‘Fuller House’ fills fans with nostalgia

Caroline Stiefbold

April 1, 2016

Filed under Entertainment, Reviews

"Fuller House", a new Netflix series, was released on Feb. 26. The series, produced by John Stamos, is a spin off of the hit show "Full House". "Fuller House" does not pick up where "Full House" left off, but starts 29 years...

Egg Harbor hits the spot

Tommy Lumsden

February 29, 2016

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Sometimes it is  nice to get up and get an amazing breakfast with eggs, bacon, waffles, and some orange juice. The only problem is it is difficult, time consuming, and messy to make all these foods. So why not go to a place that...

An ode to Johnnie’s Beef

Lexi Wachal, In depth editor

February 26, 2016

Filed under Reviews

Winning the lottery. Finding out there's no homework. An unexpected skill check being easier than thought. These are the few things in this world that can even come close to the amount of perfection that is taking that first bite...

Tore & Luke’s is the meaning of life

Jamie Anderluh

February 26, 2016

Filed under Reviews

Tore & Luke's is beautiful in every way. Start with the drive-through. The amount of gems are nearly infinite, with the wonderfully-buttery pizza slice and the overflowing bag of French fries. One bag is enough to melt...

‘The Boy’ falls below expectations

Zoe Strozewski

February 26, 2016

Filed under Entertainment, Online only, Reviews

In a normal home, dolls are seen as innocent, fun playthings. Given this fact, something that never ceases to surprise me is that the horror genre manages to take seemingly harmless toys and makes them truly horrifying-the antithesis...

‘Mad’ as hell (but might be worth taking)

February 9, 2016

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One of the best moments in "Mad Dogs" thus far is a scene where the show's four protagonists attempt to negotiate with a woman whose car they've just crashed into. After a number of failed attempts, one character walks up to her...

A return to a Return

A return to a Return

January 13, 2016

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