Book Review: Choke

January 28, 2009 0

Chuck Palahniuk is one of those writers with such a clear, distinctive voice that a reader hardly needs to see his name on the cover to know a book is his. His bitterly sarcastic, wacky characters are completely unlike anything else out there. Choke reads much like Fight Club. Victor, the main character of Choke isn’t a mirror image of the narrator/Tyler Durden, but he definitely has similar quirks.

The Vault: Pink Floyd Live at Pompeii

January 21, 2009 2

An album and movie not from the early days of rock and roll, nor of recent memory, Pink Floyd’s Live at Pompeii actually performed in an old Roman Amphitheater offers a unique and timeless sound.

Seven Pounds captivates audiences

January 21, 2009 1

I have a dilemma. This film is one of the best movies I have ever seen. And I do not want to ruin it for those of you who are economically awaiting the DVD release or are awaiting a decent torrent to burn to disc.

The sound of the season

December 3, 2008 1

On Sunday November 23, Lyte auditorium was filled with the music of the Sonic Synergy Concert. The concert included an orchestra, concert band, and wind ensemble. The program opened with From Tropic to Tropic. The audience was then entertained with Jubilant Holiday, which was an assortment of holiday favorites played by the Celestial Brass.

Jazz at de ‘Ville

December 3, 2008 0

The funky rhythm of jazz resonated in the Multi-Purpose room of the Student Memorial Center on Thursday night.

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