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The Nick Jr. logo! Does anyone else remember this?

10 kid shows I’d sit through before subjecting myself to CoComelon

Bree Lavine, Editor-in-Chief October 2, 2023

If you have been around any toddler for more than 10 minutes you’ve heard of CoComelon. Over the summer I worked with 3-year-olds at a day care center and all I heard was children’s songs for hours...

 New ‘Barbie’ logo for the movie; 
 Mattel / Warner Bros., Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

‘Barbie:’ Sensationalism meets feminism

Mary Wicker, Opinion Editor September 11, 2023

A pop culture sensation, Greta Gerwig’s ‘‘Barbie’’ broke records and societal expectations for what should be considered a great inter-genre movie. Starring the sensational Margot Robbie,...

Is Walt Disney Studios the biggest player in the age of nostalgia or the most guilty in making lackluster imitations?

The age of nostalgia? More like the age of poor imitations

Bree Lavine, Features Editor October 7, 2022

The age of nostalgia. That’s what I call this era of creative content. I can probably count on one hand the amount of original content that has been made recently and received my personal attention....

The Front Bottoms performing in San Diego, California in July 2014. // Photo by Laura Luz Photography/ Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

The Front Bottoms are “Going Grey” in new album

Jilly Campbell, Assistant Copy Editor September 22, 2017

On Tuesday, Nov. 21, The Fillmore Charlotte will be opening its doors to pop punk enthusiasts at 7:30 p.m. to premiere The Front Bottoms performing their upcoming album, “Going Grey.” Their openers...

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