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Five quality Christmas gift ideas

Shopping for Christmas gifts has never been easy. With the introduction of internet shopping and services such as Amazon Prime, the overabundance of potential gifts has only gotten more daunting.  But have no fear, here are my top Christmas gift ideas for 2021: A book…

Review: Examining the absurd beauty of ‘Shatner Claus’

Hearing William Shatner sing is like witnessing a car crash you just can’t look away from. His renditions of classic songs like “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Space Oddity” and “Rocket Man” are laughable. The Captain Kirk actor essentially just talks over the backing instrumentals in his infamous…

‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ versus fearsome fan expectations

“Spider-Man: No Way Home” doesn’t swing into theatres until Dec. 17, but fans — The Scout included — have been speculating and theorizing about the film for over a year. The new trailer released on Tuesday has only fueled the fire of fan frenzy as…

Column: Farewell, retail Thanksgiving

For the first time in four years, I will not be spending Thanksgiving behind a counter. Last year, Hollister closed over 100 of its store locations, including Store #30428 where I worked as a sales associate. While you might think I’m rejoicing over the ability…

Review: ‘Passing’ features strong performances and visual style

After a successful debut at Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, “Passing” — based on the 1929 novel of the same name from Nella Larsen — is one of Netflix’s newest drama releases.  “Passing” is the story of Irene Redfield (played by Tessa Thompson), an…

Breaking down the project announcements at Disney+ Day

On Nov. 12, Disney+ launched more than ten shows and movies, in addition to releasing previews for new content.   Here is a recap of the most notable announcements from the Disney+ Day event that lend a hand in showing what direction Disney is heading toward.…

Who should take accountability for the Travis Scott concert tragedy

What unfolded on the night of Nov. 5 is something that will change how music artists and their organizers interact with their fans. That night hosted the first (and now only) night of this year’s Astroworld Festival, a music festival run by rapper Travis Scott,…

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