Ryan Woerner Sports Editor Rapper and comedian Lil Dicky came to the Chameleon Club in downtown Lancaster Oct. 18 to promote the impending release of his new album “Professional Rapper.” Each and every member of . . .
Marianne Caesar Staff Writer While attending Millersville University, organizations such as the United Activities Board provide opportunities to see performances which they might not have available otherwise. Some of these have included musicians T-Pain and . . .
Grant Pearsall Staff Writer Smoke wafts across the battlefield, curling over the countless dead soldiers and smoldering wreckage of the machines of war. Sergeant Don Collier (Brad Pitt) sheathes the knife he used moments before . . .
John Villarose VI Staff Writer David Fincher continues his 19-year winning streak with “Gone Girl,” the hit film based on the best selling, critically acclaimed novel of the same name by Gillian Flynn. Like most . . .
John Villarose VI Staff Writer Every season of the FX miniseries “American Horror Story” follows a recognizable theme of the horror genre. Season one, “Murder House,” dealt with ghosts and haunted houses. Season two, “Asylum,” . . .
Katie Pryor Arts & Culture Editor If there’s anything that Oswald Cobblepot (Robin Lord Taylor) of Fox’s “Gotham” was right about, it’s that a war was brewing in the city of Gotham, and it’s declared . . .
John Villarose VI Staff Writer Fans of “The Walking Dead” might recognize the show’s formula for starting off new seasons: the first episode kicks off with a large-scale, action-packed sequence of the gang trying to . . .
Katie Pryor Arts & Culture Editor With music, choreography, characters and story, many components go into producing, staging and directing a stage musical. For rock musicals like “Rent,” these components are even more crucial in . . .
Brigitte Bradnick Features Writer The Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE) organization encourages families and communities to participate in the Teal Pumpkin Project this Halloween season to ensure a safe experience for those children who . . .