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Bachelor Blunders

The best season of the year has finally arrived. Winter has almost passed, and spring approaches. It’s time for love and new romances. Ladies grab your friends, fro yo, and fuzzy socks and make your way to the TV: Bachelor season is upon us. “The Bachelor” series, which first aired …

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[Insert here] Junior

How far will television networks go just to gain a profit? It appears as though every popular reality show is creating a spin off featuring children; adult shows now have little value unless there is a junior version to partner it. One such show is “Masterchef Junior,” which features children …

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Angelika Theater Review: A++

Amidst the Mountains of Carmel, a short drive east of MC, there is a brand new theater called “Angelika.” Once the home of theaters and matinees every weekend, this place has revolutionized movies for locals. I saw Mockingjay, Part Two with my little brother and was pleasantly surprised to purchase …

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The Force has Awakened

Ever since its debut in 1977, the Star Wars series has no doubt become one of the most popular film franchises in the United States. Somehow, George Lucas managed to bury heroes like Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, and Han Solo deep into all of our hearts. Now in 2015, the …

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Go Set a Watchman

Acclaimed author Harper Lee’s recently released novel Go Set a Watchman proved to be the publication that launched a thousand ships this past summer. Lee is known for authoring the American classic To Kill a Mockingbird, a book read by millions of students and literary lovers worldwide. The announcement of …

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Country Craze

Amidst a sea of country enthusiasts clad in cowboy hats, boots, and flannels, you experience an unexplainable feeling of belonging. The atmosphere of a country concert is like no other. At a Florida Georgia Line concert in the beginning of October, I experienced this feeling firsthand.  On the lawn, country …

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Blindspot boredom

Recently, my Monday nights have consisted of sitting down for an hour of watching a heavily tattooed woman and an FBI team get into trouble. So far, NBC’s Blindspot has lived up to expectations, and we finally got to know what Jane Doe’s real identity is: Taylor Shaw. (Or so we …

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“Crimson Peak” made me see red

  It’s that time of the year again. As everyone prepares for the festive, over-marketed holiday of Halloween, the film industry begins to pump out movies at the rate that Starbucks does Pumpkin Spice Lattes. Films that promise to terrify, frighten, and spook the general public. As countless decide that …

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