All posts tagged "review"

  • Brantley Gilbert tames his wild side

    Brantley Gilbert’s new album “Fire and Brimstone” shows a mature and nurturing side that one can only explain as a necessity of being a husband and a father. While he was previously known for songs like “Bottoms...

    • Posted October 16, 2019
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  • ‘It’ is not clowning around

    After launching a new Instagram account (@itmovieofficial) the day before its official trailer release on March 28, the remake of Stephen King’s “It” is already scaring its way across the web. The trailer begins with shots of...

    • Posted April 5, 2017
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  • The ‘Belle’ of the box office

    In this tale as old as time, Disney brought new meaning to the words “love story.” Breathtaking. That’s one word that comes to mind when many think of the 2017 live action adaptation of Disney’s classic “Beauty...

    • Posted March 29, 2017
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  • Concert Review: ‘Red hot ’ Night

    Boston TD Garden lit up like the Fourth of July and so did fans of the Red Hot Chili Peppers at their concert last Tuesday. Though legal now in Massachusetts, marijuana is not legal in venues such...

    • Posted February 16, 2017
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  • Shedding some light on ‘Sun and Moon’

    Hot on the heels of the Pokémon Go craze comes the latest in the main series of Pokémon games, Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon. While Pokémon Go was criticized for lacking content, players won’t find that issue...

    • Posted December 8, 2016
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  • “Snowden” tells a different story

    Few films in recent years have compelled its audience to critique our nation quite like Oliver Stone’s new biopic, “Snowden.” The Oscar-winning director has built his career on challenging controversial issues and perspectives in his own inimitable...

    • Posted November 2, 2016
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  • The wild, wild ‘Westworld’

    As society stretches toward the future and the distant age of flying cars and colonies on Mars seems in sight, media has taken a liking to the fantastical worlds that lay ahead of us. Dystopian societies as...

    • Posted October 26, 2016
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  • Solange Knowles’ new album impresses

    Sept. 30 marked the rebirth of Solange, as her first full-length effort since 2008 hit the shelves. Her latest release, “A Seat at the Table,” looks to shed light on the experience of a modern African-American woman....

    • Posted October 12, 2016
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  • Fall televison review

    • Posted October 6, 2016
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  • Mac Miller, Mick Jenkins impress with new albums

    Over the span of a week, a Mick and a Mac released noticeably unique projects within the hip-hop community. On Sep. 16 rapper Mac Miller dropped a jazzy album in “The Divine Feminine” for long-awaiting fans. No...

    • Posted September 28, 2016
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  • On the shelf: The Hidden Oracle

    This summer was jam-packed with book releases, which means every book-lover was over the moon with happiness. One particular book that was released in early May was “The Trials of Apollo, Book 1: The Hidden Oracle” by...

    • Posted August 16, 2016
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  • What TV Should Learn From The Walking Dead Finale

    WARNING: The following article contains spoilers from season six of The Walking Dead and season five of Game of Thrones. “You can breathe, you can blink, you can cry…hell, you’re all gonna being doing that.” Negan, The...

    • Posted April 13, 2016
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  • Turnover morphs into their new sound with ‘Peripheral Vision’

    Turnover and pop punk used to be considered synonymous with one another, but the Virginia Beach quartet’s sophomore album “Peripheral Vision” is proving everyone and everything wrong. The transition from pop punk to another genre was once...

    • Posted October 14, 2015
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  • One for the history books

    Quinnipiac University’s Theatre for Community took the audience back in time with its production of Horton Foote’s “1918.” The show ran from April 16-19 and was directed by Dr. Crystal Brian, a theater professor at Quinnipiac. The...

    • Posted April 21, 2015
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