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Rock duo Blue Stones dazzle on “Hidden Gems”

Rock music is making its way back to the mainstream again. Artists have been slowly pushing towards catchy riffs, strong drums and an infectious bass...

“To All the Boys: Always and Forever” is perfect for every romantic out there

The final chapter of the Netflix rom-com trilogy arrived at the streaming service on Feb. 12, warming my body and soul with its beautiful...

The worst albums of 2020

Albums are like years: not every one of them can be a winner. Some are disastrously conceived and end up leaving audiences worse having...

The best albums of 2020

According to my Apple Music Replay, I listened to a lot of music this year: nearly 1,000 hours of listening time, over 1,500 artists...

“The Blind Assassin” is a Captivating Read

When I saw "The Blind Assassin" by Margaret Atwood on my Contemporary Fiction syllabus, I was floored. For the first time in the history...

“What We Do in the Shadows” is The Perfect Quarantine Mockumentary

The enticingly macabre Halloween season has quickly encroached upon my already poor sense of time, and it's made me think a lot about this...

“Hamilton’s” Daveed Diggs Crafts Chilling Halloween Album

Most well-known for his performance as Thomas Jefferson in the 2015 Broadway hit "Hamilton," Daveed Diggs has been producing cutting edge and industrial hip-hop...

We Are Not Alone: An Adventure Seeking Those on the Other Side

Are we alone, or are we home to the deadly unknown? There are Wittenberg students who walk around campus without even thinking about whether an...

“Among Us” Offers a Modern Take on Whodunnit Mystery Games

"Red's kinda sus." Initially released over two years ago, on June 15th, 2018, by Developer and Publisher InnerSloth, the chart-topping video game "Among Us" has...

Avenue Beat Criticizes 2020 on Viral Hit “F2020”

"Low-key, f*ck 2020" has been a motto for this year. With threats of WWIII, the whole pandemic, fires and floods and murder hornets, it...

Young’s Dairy Takes a Trip to Witt

"I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream." Albeit an old saying, it was very much true on the day when Young's...

Under the Umbrella of a New Season

(Warning: Contains Spoilers) 2020, the year of the pandemic, promotes the possibility of spending everyday in your pajamas watching Netflix. Many Americans are streaming...

7 Important Albums to Look for this Fall

For musicians and music critics alike, Friday morning at 12:01AM is a sacred minute: the fruits of their labors, their next listens and the...

Returning to My Indie Music Roots

My journey through the world of music has led me to shed light on some odd corners and experience countless genres of music, new...

Unlock the Mystery Behind the Netflix’s “Locke & Key”

Netflix’s newly released supernatural thriller series “Locke & Key” is turning heads, and possibly even opening them.  Inspired by the “Locke & Key” comic written...

Book Review: The Wise Man’s Fear

Before I tear this book apart, I have to get something off my chest… Mr. Rothfuss, we get it. We get that Kvothe is...

“Spinning Out” is a Netflix Must-Watch

Over the past few years, streaming mogul Netflix has launched countless shows such as “Umbrella Academy,” “Haunting at Hill House,” with some of their latest titles...

“The Name of the Wind” Offers Accessible High Fantasy

Nobody hated high fantasy more than me. Nobody. I used to say, “if there’s a map on the front of the book, don’t even...

“The Female Persuasion” Tackles Issues Through Narratives

About a month ago, I decided to pick up "The Female Persuasion" by Meg Wolitzer while waiting for a coffee. The title intrigued me,...

Imma Let You Finish but “Miss Americana” is on Netflix

Taylor Swift is known for her songs about breakups and her obsession over cats. But in her new Netflix documentary, “Miss Americana” she talks...

Bendigo Fletcher Offers Stunning Concert Experience

Last fall, I stumbled across a Louisville, KY-based group that called themselves Bendigo Fletcher. Being a native Kentuckian living out of his element in...

“Hunger Games” Prequel Surrounded by Controversy

The “Hunger Games” is coming back to the silver screens, but this time without the girl on fire. Last year, Scholastic announced that “Hunger Games”...

All You Need is Love: A Review of Season Two of “You”

A killer. An obsession. The second most populated city in America.  What could go wrong? Last month, Netflix released the newest installment of their original hit thriller...

Eminem Continues to Disappoint with New Album

Rapper Marshall Mathers, known by his stage name Eminem and his alter ego Slim Shady, has had a rough couple of years. His 2017...

Faeries Are Real in This Series

"This is no ordinary fairy-tale, but I shall start it just the same... Once upon a time, eleven years ago to be precise, in...

Check Out the Best Albums of 2019

This year's music reflected more than ever the world around it. Changing political and social landscapes were reflected by the diversity of popular sounds...

Young’s Debut Novel “Sky in the Deep” Doesn’t Disappoint

Adrienne Young’s stunning debut novel, "Sky in the Deep," tells the story of an ancient rivalry between the Aska and the Riki; each clan...

“American Son” Evokes Conversations about Race

Within the past several years, the discussion about law enforcement’s treatment of black Americans has dominated the media. Body camera video recordings of shootings...

Why Gilmore Girls is the Best TV Show

Coffee. Family. Small town. Coffee. Food. Drama. Coffee. Feel-good comedy. Relationships. Mother and daughter. Oh, and did I mention coffee? This is what you...

The Curse of Oak Island is a Must Watch

Netflix recently added the show “The Curse of Oak Island” to their expansive list of available TV shows and movies. The show is perfect...

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