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Decade Dates in San Diego

Though the days of poodle skirts and greasers may be behind us (at least for the most part), there still exists a way to time travel through the decades, even in San Diego. The city offers a wide array of options for people to take a step back from today …

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2016 Golden Globes Take Political Stance

TV and movie stars gathered at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday, Jan. 8 to celebrate the stars of the entertainment industry at the Golden Globes. Following its tradition as a chaotic, drunken version of the Oscars, the Golden Globes wreaked immediate havoc with a broken teleprompter seconds into host …

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A La La Lovable Movie

From the opening number until the last note, La La Land had me captivated with its bright colors, sweeping shots of scenery, and riveting music. I walked in not knowing much about the movie, but left the theater downloading the soundtrack. The movie opens with a dynamic number on a …

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Christmas Albums: Jimmy Buffett and The Killers

As soon as December 1st hit, Christmas music has taken over radio stations and department stores alike. While the traditional tunes are timeless, the same thirty-something song rotation can get a little trite. Luckily for 2016 Christmas music fanatics, The Killers and Jimmy Buffett have produced refreshing new albums to …

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Everbowl: Arguably the Best Bowl Ever

Forget coffee shops. Shops serving freshly blended fruit smoothies and bowls have increasingly populated the Southern California food scene. MC students are not strangers to such establishments, with Nekter only several minutes away and Golden Bagel, a Sundevil favorite, even serving the allusive acai bowl. Recently, a new spot has …

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A Fantastic Movie (And Where To Find It)

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’s opening sequence was the same as all the Harry Potter movies before it, with the Warner Bros. logo emerging from the clouds, followed by the movie title in huge, silver letters. At the familiar, swelling notes of “Hedwig’s Theme” and the iconic shot …

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