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The Scene: Brent Faiyaz makes a stand

Music is not just words over a beat to hear, but poignant poetry, soothing and caressing the ears of those who listen.  Rhythm and blues, or R&B, is the perfect genre for anyone looking for emotional and relatable music that will touch the heart and keep fans wanting more. That is what Brent Faiyaz does […]

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Summer Walker stuns listeners with unique voice

Josie Veal Contributing Writer Summer may be over, but Summer Walker has arrived. There is no other way to announce the arrival of the future R&B household name. This young lady is a complete go! These past few years have witnessed the resurgence of R&B. No, not that ‘“Singin’ in the Rain” asking your lover […]

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Anti-heroes Venom and Eddie Brock premiere on the big screen

Elena Morey A&E Editor The newly released movie “Venom,” in association with Marvel Studios, was quite the hit in movie theatres.  Fans of the comic, the general public and fans of Marvel flocked to see it.  At first, the film clearly takes a new spin on the classic character. The message of ‘‘in association’’ clearly […]

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“The Tempest” fills the Freedlander stage with magic this week

Holly Engel Staff Writer There’s magic in our world at every turn. It glimmers at us from the horizon, and even wild storms have their own kind of magic. At least, they do in Shakespeare’s play, “The Tempest,” which opened on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in Freedlander Theatre. “The Tempest,” Shakespeare’s final solo play, tells […]

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The Scene: “Mandy” is a must see

Not that this is the most out there of opinions, but I fucking love Nicolas Cage for the most obvious of reasons. He’s the acting equivalent to the guitar amps Spinal Tap uses because they can be cranked up to 11. He is Hollywood’s ultimate poster-boy for playing loose cannons, which is why he was […]

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“The Haunting of Hill House” brings a new dynamic of horror

Mackenzie Clark Editor in Chief Silence lay steadily as I sat for 10 hours binge watching “The Haunting of Hill House.” The new Netflix original arrived on Oct. 12, just in time for Halloween. To be perfectly clear, I am not a fan of horror at all, but despite my distaste for ghost stories, this […]

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