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‘Kinky Boots’ at The Fulton is a Fabulous Confection

March 18, 2020

Josh RittbergArts & Culture Editor Kinky Boots which is currently playing at The Fulton Theatre tells the story of Charlie Price (Matt Farcher) who suddenly finds himself inheriting his fathers’ down-on-it’s-luck shoe factory. The factory . . .

Sonic the Hedgehog: an icon’s big screen debut

March 7, 2020

Shaun LucasAssociate Opinion Editor “Sonic the Hedgehog,” directed by Jeff Fowler, released on February 14, 2020. With it’s Valentine’s Day release, the film certainly acts as a love letter to the fans of the video . . .

‘An Act of God’ is Heavenly Hilarious

March 2, 2020

Josh RittbergArts & Culture Editor             An Act of God is a ninety minute one act piece by the comedy writer David Javerbaum that puts the audience in a conversation with God (played by the hysterical, Erin . . .

Grammy Awards celebrates its 62nd year

February 5, 2020

Mary MillerStaff Writer The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards, held on January 26th, was a night full of ups and downs. There was a lot of cheer in the audience as the excitement of being nominated . . .

Mac Miller lives through new album “Circles”

February 5, 2020

Brian MarkleyAssociate Sports Editor It has been a little over a year now since the passing of Pittsburgh artist and rapper Mac Miller, but his legacy continues to live on through his newly released posthumous . . .

“Peter Pan” soars at The Fulton

December 14, 2019

Josh RittbergArts & Culture Editor The Fulton Theatre’s exuberant production of Peter Panis a grand and incredibly entertaining take on this classic tale. The story is still the same as the audience follows the boy who . . .

Brutality returns to Lancaster Part III

November 21, 2019

Nick Hughes Opinion Editor Some concert-goers would say leaving a concert with a black eye and a foot-shaped chest bruise is a bad experience. Those people would be wrong in the case of a death . . .

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