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Gag Me With a Spoon! ‘Clueless’ is back

Calling all the Betties (female babes) and total Baldwins (hunks), “Clueless” is celebrating its 25th anniversary and is having a, like, totally happenin’ anniversary event at movie theatres all over the country. Originally released in 1995, this cult classic is one of the most popular…

Every movie I’ve binged so far this break

Since COVID-19 has put everything on pause this spring break, my main source of enjoyment has been watching a movie with my sister every night. We’ve taken turns picking the film, and we have yet to watch something we didn’t enjoy.  Here’s our list starting…

Taylor Swift takes on ‘The Man’

Taylor Swift just debuted her video for ‘The Man’ on YouTube, and to say it is a statement is, well, an understatement. The video addresses the mistreatment of women in business, the music industry and life in general. Over the course of the video, Swift’s…

‘The Slow Rush’ continues the sonic legacy of Tame Impala

The five-year wait is up for fans of Kevin Parker’s psych-pop outfit Tame Impala, “The Slow Rush,” serves as a brilliant continuation of the colorful pop aesthetics found in their previous album, “Currents.” The new album explores lyrical themes and sonic territories, settling in a…

The North remembers, and so do fans

With more than 17.8 million viewers at the time it aired its final season, it’s no secret that “Game of Thrones” has been one of the most influential cultural phenomena in the past decade. This is made no secret by fans of the show, as…

Balding: The transience of male beauty

Looking back to my days of luscious Italian silk curls which brought me the affectionate nickname “ondas de chocolate” (chocolate waves) from the girls in my high school Spanish class, I now cannot help but recall a memory of a possible foreshadowing to the narrative…

History’s about to be overthrown: ‘Six’ the musical

Thursday, April 23, 2020 is the official cutoff date for Broadway productions’ eligibility for the Tony Award. As that date quickly approaches, the list of contenders, which has been rather small for musical theatre, is substantially growing in size. One of these new contenders is…

The Shamrock Shake celebrates the big 50!

It’s that time of year again; the one time the McDonalds’ notoriously broken ice cream machines are up and running. As of Feb. 19, Shamrock Shakes are back (for a limited time only). “There is nothing like the first taste of the Shamrock Shake each…

Infamous: dethroning a behemoth

The entertainment industry is predicated on one thing: joy. It’s a ragged bucket drummer beating his heart out, perched upon a curb in the corner of a city square or the sparkling nebula of television and movieland where a star is born. Entertainers, no matter…

No, I’m not drunk, I have ataxia

Ataxia is a rare degenerative disease of the central and peripheral nervous systems. Many of its most noticeable symptoms mimic those of being drunk, such as slurred speech, stumbling, falling and a lack of muscular coordination. Ataxia comes from the Greek roots, “a-” and “-taxis,”…

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