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“Raya and the Last Dragon” speaks of unity and doing the right thing

Dazmyn Gaymon, Staff Writer April 1, 2021

“If we don’t stop and learn to trust one another again, it’s only a matter of time before we tear each other apart.” —Chief Benja If nothing else, Disney will always deliver when it comes...

“Non-fungible tokens are revolutionizing the art world — and art theft.” Dusty J//

Are NFTs the future of modern art?

Hope Stephens, Staff Writer March 25, 2021

In 2008, Satoshi Nakamoto appeared online to propose a cryptic idea for the first entirely-digital form of currency: bitcoin. Over a decade later, musicians, digital artists and filmmakers are now trying...

Beyonce accepts the Grammy Award for Best RnB Performance. Kevin Winters // Getty Images

The 63rd annual Grammy Awards: Too little, too late

Maira Vandiver, Staff Writer March 25, 2021

On March 14, Beyoncé gazed radiantly down at the (COVID-safe) crowd in the Los Angeles Convention Center, wearing a black leather dress and matching gloves, to accept the Grammy award for Best RnB Performance,...

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“Judas and the Black Messiah” calls for justice

Dazmyn Gaymon, Staff Writer February 25, 2021

Inspired by the true story of Fred Hampton, a chairman of the Illinois Black Panther Party, “Judas and the Black Messiah” might just be one of my favorite Black History films to date. Daniel Kaluuya...

Quick Review: Tyranny by Julian Casablancas + the Voidz

Samuel Bernhardt, Guest Writer November 13, 2014

This is the sound of a Julian Casablancas who is tired of making pretty, fun rock music.  If you saw his name and thought, “Oh cool, I love the Strokes,” get that out of your mind now.  Tyranny is...

Quick Review: Everyday Robots by Damon Albarn

Samuel Bernhardt, Guest Writer November 13, 2014

This is a cautionary tale about the detriments of the typical first-world lifestyle.  Sounding laid back and dreary on his first solo album, Albarn concocts some obnoxiously catchy tunes, as usual, with...

Quick Review: Manipulator by Ty Segall

Samuel Bernhardt, Guest Writer November 13, 2014

Ty Segall continues to relentlessly pump out thrilling rock experiences, and no, he still hasn’t run out of ideas.  His music is straight out of the sixties; he belongs more with early Pink Floyd than...

Quick Review: Eight Houses by She Keeps Bees

Quincy Malesovas, Staff Writer November 13, 2014

Listening to this album feels like sitting in a jazz bar… but better. It is personal and full of soul. Imagine a string of blues-y, socially charged tracks with a twinge of garage rock thrown in. The...

Review of Eight Houses by She Keeps Bees

Quincy Malesovas, Staff Writer November 13, 2014

She Keeps Bees is a duo from Brookyln, NY. The vocalist and guitarist is Jessica Larrabee. Andy LaPlant joins her on drums. Larrabee started out as a solo artist, but met LaPlante while bartending in 2006...

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