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Kendrick’s New Album Has Us Like DAMN

Releasing his fourth studio album on April 14, more commonly known as Good Friday, is certainly more than a coincidental choice on Kendrick’s part. The album, DAMN, contains numerous religious allusions throughout the lyrics, song titles, and  music videos, as seen in  the single “Humble”. Having no direct religious association …

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A Not So Cool Experience at ICMonster

For months, many have suffered some serious FOMO (fear of missing out) from seeing others enjoy  the satisfaction of watching handmade ice cream being rolled into scrolls The concept  of rolled ice cream is not a new idea to San Diego. Bing Haus, located in Convoy, has satisfied loyal fans …

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Split Brings Twists and Turns

One man, one movie, 23 different personalities. Three girls get kidnapped by a man and try to escape before seeing his final, latent and threatening personality. Kevin, the main character, has been identified to have split personalities by his psychiatrist, Dr. Fletcher, who has also discovered he has one more unidentified …

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Maggie Rogers: A Simple Rarity

Maggie Rogers is a banjo-loving breed of an ethereal beat baby and a 70’s folksy fringe Woodstock attendee. She graced the stage, or should I say pulpit, of the Irenic in North Park this past Monday. Set in a reconstructed church, the narrow room with a high ceiling and stained …

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Get Out: A Necessary Movie in the 21st Century

Get Out is a movie of firsts. Jordan Peele—the first African-American writer-director with a debut movie that grossed over $100 million—introduced into the hearts and minds of viewers arguably the most necessary horror movie to hit the screens. It is the first movie reaching a broad audience that accurately addresses social …

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Lion: A Film of Excellence

  Though it hit the theaters Nov. 25th, showtimes for Lion are still available due to its worldwide acclaim. Based on Saroo Brierley’s book, A Long Way Home, this true story  details the author’s miraculous life-long journey to find his mother. Saroo lived with his mother, older brother and little …

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