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Opera legend casts angelic voice across the void

In this time of global crisis, many artists are trying their hardest to bring beauty and serenity back into our lives. Andrea Bocelli, a blind Italian tenor born from humble beginnings in Lajatico, Italy, momentarily paused the world on April 12 when he sang at…

This week in pop culture

Everyone and their mother released a new single That’s right, several artists dropped new singles this week, including Alanis Morisette, Alicia Keys, Avril Lavigne, Charli XCX, Cher Lloyd, Evanescence and Kane Brown. Lavigne re-recorded her recent single “We Are Warriors” and changed the lyrics to…

Quarantine Rewatches: Knives Out

It’s time to reflect: 2019 was a great year for movies. Among the seemingly endless nominations for various film awards last year, I assert that “Knives Out” was totally slept on. Admittedly, with films like “Parasite” and “Marriage Story” making their debuts the same year,…

Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the game of quarantine

Nintendo could not have released “Animal Crossing: New Horizons” at a better time. With players stuck inside, “Animal Crossing” is a great way to pretend to be outside.  While it’s basically “Chores: The Game,” the objectives are well-balanced by its cute aesthetic, fun music and…

This week in pop culture

Although the current pandemic has slowed down several aspects of our normal routine, pop culture news certainly hasn’t stopped. Here are this week’s top headlines: Biden receives key endorsements In the past week, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and former President Barack Obama all endorsed former…

‘Live from Zoom…it’s Saturday Night Live!’

The cast of SNL is always working to keep up with the times and keep people laughing, no matter the current state of the world. The cast did not disappoint this week. Just like the rest of the population working from home, the writers and…

Let King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizards rock your bedroom world

With the seemingly infinite amount of downtime online classes bring and the blues of self-isolation, for most students, the main struggle is trying to fill time and beat the boredom at home.  My favorite way to kill time in isolation is by listening to new…

Broadway’s gone dark

Despite the infamous Great Recession of the late 2000s, which caused 11 shows to close prematurely, Broadway has never experienced a full shutdown before. However, after two ushers tested positive for coronavirus, Gov. Andrew Cuomo ordered the cancellation or postponement of any events consisting of…

Bored? Try this: A quarantine approved bucket list for Braves

1. Learn to make something new in the kitchen.  Whether you have always wanted to try and make something you saw on “The Great British Bake-Off” or just need something to eat for lunch, try something new. This is a great time to learn that…

This Week in Pop Culture

Here are the hot topics during this second week of April: Bernie Sanders drops out of 2020 Democratic presidential race Sanders officially dropped out of the race on Wednesday, April 9 after facing disheartening results in Florida, Illinois and Arizona on March 17.  “I cannot…

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