“Good People” debuts at Fulton

February 13, 2013

Molly Carl Staff Writer “Good People” is an American drama written in 2011 by playwright David Lindsay-Abaire, and tells the tale of a single mother struggling to rise above her poverty stricken life. Margaret “Margie” . . .

‘Sleepwalk With Me’ at the Ware Center

February 13, 2013

Dan Lancellotti Arts & Culture Editor A man is running from something through a field. He informed that he has come in first place. He hops up on the stand to receive some flowers. But . . .

Take a peek at the Academy Awards

February 13, 2013

Christian Harding Staff Writer On January 10, 2012, the 85th Oscar nominations were announced to a very eager public, and with these announcements came some rather unexpected results. One thing that we’re given this year . . .

The Next Decade: Film Genres in the 2010s

February 6, 2013

Caleb Bressler Staff Writer We have recently stepped into a new decade, dubbed the “2010s.” Just as “The Lord of the Rings” kicked off the beginning of the 2000s, “The Hobbit” also comes to us . . .

Musical movies becoming prominent in pop culture

February 6, 2013

Olivia Synoracki Staff Writer Over winter break, the long awaited film starring Hugh Jackman and Anne Hathaway finally arrived in theaters. Like many musical films, “Les Miserables” is based on the Broadway show of the . . .

Dead Space 3 brings new horrors

February 6, 2013

Michael Farrell Staff Writer As we look at video games, we can see that the trilogy is becoming very popular. “Dead Space 3” is the closing chapter in the trilogy. It is a third-person shooter . . .

Dropkick Murphys and Holy Grail debut new albums

February 6, 2013

Luke Helker Staff Writer Dropkick Murphys Kicking off 2013 with a bang, we have the newest album from Boston’s finest: Dropkick Murphys! The Celt-Punks have just released their eighth studio record entitled “Signed and Sealed . . .

Treat your body like a Temple: Body art and Self-Expression

February 4, 2010

Painters paint, singers sing; tattoos are just another form of self-expression. Tattoos are nothing new to society. Tattoos date as far back as ancient Egypt, if not earlier.
Everything in society can be used for self-expression. Hairstyles, clothing, jewelry, and even cars are used to reflect our personalities. These items are temporary though, while tattoos are a permanent addition to our bodies. . . .

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