“Dog Sees God” opens at the ‘Ville

February 23, 2017 0

Josh Rittberg Staff Writer “Dog See’s God,” which begins its run at The Rafter’s Theater this week, follows the journey of teenagers in high school, and the up’s and down’s of growing up. The play,

Roots and Blues Festival rocks downtown Lancaster

February 23, 2017 0

Taylor Cole Arts & Culture Editor Lancaster City breathes good food, amazing venues, and great entertainment. This weekend, people won’t have to look far to find all three in one place. The Lancaster Roots and

“Darth Maul” lives on…thanks to Marvel

February 23, 2017 2

Nick Hughes Opinion Editor As some may know, “Star Wars” was bought by Disney a few years ago. What some casual fans might not know is that Marvel, also owned by Disney, started a “Star

The Snapper Oscar Predictions based on category

February 23, 2017 0

Colin Vandenberg Staff Writer The 89th Academy Awards are this Sunday. Here is a helpful guide from a film buff who saw seven of the nine Best Picture nominees: Note: DGA=Director’s Guild of America, PGA=Producers

The Snapper Oscar Predictions based on film

February 23, 2017 0

Grant Pearsall Staff Writer In less than a week, the 89th Annual Academy Awards is poised to offer an evening of milquetoast pageantry, Hollywood inter-industry self-pleasuring and the jockular comedy stylings of the Jimmy Kimmel team

Student play hits “Home”

February 16, 2017 0

Julia Snyder Managing Editor A group of students have banded together to put on a production written and directed by Millersville University senior Rasheed Wesley. The play, titled Home, is Wesley’s interpretation of the events

Fulton Theater performs “Annie Get Your Gun”

February 16, 2017 0

Josh Rittberg Staff Writer The Fulton Theater’s joyous production of Annie Get Your Gun begins when audience members enter the Fulton Theater, which is gorgeously decorated to resemble an old-fashioned circus. Scattered throughout the theater,

Diagnosing Narrative Identity Disorder in “Split”

February 16, 2017 0

Grant Pearsall Staff Writer M. Night Shyamalan has built a teetering career on a predilection for narrative sucker-punches. His films are often closely linked to the internet’s ‘spoiler culture.’ A two hour film’s twist ending

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