Bonding with a bit more Solace

November 19, 2008 0

With a gadget in one hand, martini in the other, and a beautiful woman standing close by, Secret Agent James Bond returns to the big screen in this week’s new release The Quantum of Solace.

Cooking something not worth eating

November 19, 2008 3

Why oh why did I decide to review a new release by some American Idol contestant? Well, I must confess, thanks to the internet I have been listening to so much good music lately that I have not been forced to endure much of the dreck that is out there.

Don't Eat: Watch

November 19, 2008 2

The skelator Ms. Angelina Jolie (Pitt?) gives possibly her best, and most skinny, performance in her new movie, The Changeling. I went to the movie expecting an intense drama, instead I got a less graphic version of The Chainsaw Massacre, just involving children.

The man and the monster

November 19, 2008 0

When a work of literature has so often become a mere shadow of its former self thanks to the effects of movies overtime, it is nice to find a movie that actually tries to be faithful to the written work.

Crichton's legends

November 19, 2008 0

Michael Crichton died last week, and the world lost another great writer. Over his long career he published over 20 books, one which will be released posthumously next year. Many of his books were brought to the big screen, including Jurassic Park, Sphere, and most recently The Andromeda Strain. Not only did his books become movies, but he helped make movies.

Local bands local again

November 12, 2008 1

It’s a familiar story, local rock band packs up and moves to the city to make it big. The reality is that things rarely work out that way. Dreams shatter, plans change, expectations fall. Often though, musicians land somewhere between great success and crushing defeat. Some bands do not immediately strike gold, but achieve enough to keep the hope alive. That is where psychedelic rock band, the Trakes, find themselves today.

'Ville idols even Simon would enjoy

November 12, 2008 0

On Sunday, families and friends came to see their loved ones at the ‘Ville Idol Finals in Lyte Auditorium with 11 remaining contestants, a $1,000 grand prize, the stakes were high for the performers.

Kicking and screaming

November 12, 2008 0

The Chameleon opened its doors to the quiet chatter of an audience ready to get loud. Norma Jean and Haste The Day headlined a great set of metal bands Thursday night.

Millersville's got more than just talent

November 12, 2008 0

Last Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2008, the many talented students of Millersville University showcased their skills at The Public Relations Student Society of America’s first annual Millersville’s Got Talent competition. The program showcased a variety of talents from students all over Millersville University.

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