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“Million Dollar Quartet” rocks at The Fulton

April 27, 2018

Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture  Editor The Fulton’s production of the entertaining jukebox musical, “Million Dollar Quartet” tells the story of a historic jam session at Sun Records on a cold December night with Elvis Presley . . .

‘Once on This Island’ bursts with joy and life

January 20, 2018

Josh Rittberg Staff Writer The classic musical, Once on This Island, written by the Tony-winning team of Ahrens and Flaherty, first opened on Broadway in 1991.   It was applauded for its unique Caribbean influenced score . . .

Best burrito buys

April 26, 2017

Mickayla Miller News Editor 6. Chipotle While Chipotle is a chart-topper for most, it falls flat in comparison to some of its other competitors. The E.Coli scandal aside, this chain is turning into a bare-bones . . .

A podcast beyond time

April 12, 2017

Grant Pearsall Staff Writer Podcasting is a medium that has resoundingly come into its own. Once exclusively the purview of the tech-savvy geek-chic, the format has blossomed in recent years. Today, podcasts offer entertainment/education across . . .

Critics pull no punches on reviews of ‘Iron Fist’

April 12, 2017

Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer A live-action version of the comic “Iron Fist” hit Netflix recently. The series centers around the action and adventure genre, and offers it time and again throughout most episodes. Netflix recommends . . .

A closer look at ‘Night in the Woods’

April 12, 2017

Mickayla Miller News Editor A new trend in gaming has been a very narrative-driven approach; people either absolutely adore it, or they find the lack of substantive gameplay rather boring. While some video games tell . . .

An evening with transvestite Dr. Frank-N-Furter

November 6, 2016

Titilayo Farukuoye Staff Writer As October drew to a close, the question how to spend Halloween became ever more prominent. Finally, watching the all-time classic, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, could live up to the . . .

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