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Ariana Grande’s Sweetener

15 months after the tragedy of the Manchester bombing, American pop star Ariana Grande released her fourth studio album Sweetener on August 17th via Republican Records. The 48 minute album with 15 tracks proved different than her previous three projects. Prior to Sweetener, Grande made notable efforts to flaunt her …

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Burn the stage

I’m not going to preface this article with a “Why the world should respect K-Pop” rant or anything, because, as goes for all music industries, this one has its ups and downs. A machine-like production process often describes the formation of an idol group and the creation of their music. …

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Some TV shows just need to end

The work week takes adults and students alike through the miserable Monday and into Friday, where a weekend   couch date getaway seems inevitable. Saturdays and Sundays serve as a rejuvenation period where individuals gather their strength for the upcoming week.  Just as people deserve holidays, TV shows do, too. However, …

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Smoking tires

Burnouts, loud engine revving, and tire smoke. Sounds like a typical start to a drag race. Fastest Car, Netflix’s newest series,  showcases three ‘sleeper’ cars facing off against a supercar in a straight line drag race. A sleeper car is a cheap or unsuspectedly fast car built from the ground …

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A birthday bash for your belly

For the Costco Sampler: Your birthday is a delicate day, a day when you blossomed from a bud into being. Wouldn’t you just hate to read that on a fortune cookie slip? Emerald Chinese Cuisine can guarantee that you won’t have to. They will, however, treat you to a dainty, …

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Love, Simon

Love, Simon brings  new light to a typical teenage romantic comedy. The movie, released March 16, explores the journey of a closeted gay high school student finding a way to come out. Director Greg Berlanti  utilizes the relatable teenage romance to bring LGBTQIA communities to the big screen, all while …

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Audiobooks shakeup a timeword traditon

Crinkly white pages and leather bound spines are  the traditional composition of books. Books have been made in this format for centuries, however, the 21st century has revolutionized even this time-worn tradition. It began with ebooks, which allow bibliophiles to download hundreds of books onto one lightweight tablet. Audiobooks are …

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Eleanor Oliphant charms

Gail Honeyman has created a new type of heroine. This heroine is not witty or quirky in a “cute” or “adorable” way, as many female protagonists are written as today. Instead, Honeyman breaks free from using a cliché stock character to befit the dark-comedic story that she creates. Eleanor Oliphant …

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