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  • Image for Doja Cat Scarlet: It’s A Rap.

    Doja Cat Scarlet: It’s A Rap

      The first track on Doja Cat’s fourth album Scarlet is “Paint the Town Red”, her latest number one hit single. After several months of fighting with fans and claiming her upcoming album will be a lot less commercial friendly, Doja Cat delivers a commercially friendly single, and makes it her album opener. After her […]

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    Book Review of Ibram X. Kendi’s How To Be An Anti-Racist

            What can you say about a book that begins with the following sentence, “I used to be racist, homophobic, misogynist, and colorist…….”? One thing you can’t say about it is that author Ibram X. Kendi is afraid to be honest and vulnerable. In fact, he vigorously holds himself accountable for his […]

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  • Image for Why You Should Attend Gov Ball.

    Why You Should Attend Gov Ball

        Do you love daydreaming to music? Is your music palate broad? Do you enjoy socializing? Do you like “cleaning up nice”? If so, you should definitely attend music festivals! Specifically, the Governor’s Ball!   Currently, the Governor’s Ball is the only music festival hosted in New York City. Dubbed Gov Ball, the festival […]

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  • Image for “AirPods” by Apple.

    “AirPods” by Apple

    On September 7th, 2016, an innovative product made its debut. The type of earbuds everyone yearned for, but believed weren’t feasible. In only a matter of seconds “AirPods,” created by Apple, had society wrapped around its finger. In sleek, minimalistic packaging, the AirPods are covered in a square-shaped white, hard case. One can easily open […]

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  • Image for “Gorgeous Claustrophobia”: A Review of Euphoria Season 2.

    “Gorgeous Claustrophobia”: A Review of Euphoria Season 2

    The HBO original series “Euphoria,” like its namesake, reaches impeccable highs when it hits on the claustrophobia of being young in high school, but truly soars when it faces the uncomfortable realities of addiction. Never has a scene felt so painfully realized than in episode 5’s “Stand Still Like the Hummingbird.” Interventions have been done […]

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  • Image for “Louder Than Words”: A Review of Tick, Tick… Boom!.

    “Louder Than Words”: A Review of Tick, Tick… Boom!

    I had never heard of creator Jonathan Larson, of the critically acclaimed and hugely popular musical Rent. I was familiar with the show, having seen the film adaptation when I was 12 years old and off-Broadway production a few years later. I enjoyed the catchy tunes and melodic showstopper “Seasons of Love,” but the heavier […]

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  • Image for “He’s All That” & “She’s All That”: A Movie Review.

    “He’s All That” & “She’s All That”: A Movie Review

    He’s All That When He’s All That came out on Netflix in August 2021, we finally got to see a reboot of the movie She’s All That, which came out 23 years ago, but this time it’s starring Addison Rae, Tanner Buchanan, Madison Pettis, Myra Molloy and Rachel Leigh Cook (who also starred in the […]

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  • Image for A Review of the Alec Baldwin Incident.

    A Review of the Alec Baldwin Incident

    October 21st started as any other day of filming on the set of Rust. Alec Baldwin was rehearsing a scene in which he would cross-draw a revolver and point it directly at the camera lens. Once shooting was to begin, an assistant director grabbed a prop gun from the armorer on set, confirming the gun […]

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    ‘The Midnight Library’ Book Review

    Matt Haig’s New York Times bestselling novel “The Midnight Library,” reached me at an opportune time. I found this rather fitting because the main protagonist, Nora, must grapple with her choices and the squandering of potential. This can be chalked up to timing as much as it can be to her frame of mind. Excitement […]

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  • Image for The Wife Upstairs: Jane Eyre Meets The Real Housewives.

    The Wife Upstairs: Jane Eyre Meets The Real Housewives

    Good Summer Read In her adult debut, Rachel Hawkins, offers a delicious twist on a popular classic with her newest novel, The Wife Upstairs. Drawing inspiration from Jane Eyre by Emily Bronte, Hawkins crafts a tale of Southern charm, forbidden romance, and a wife who wants out from upstairs. Freshly arrived in Birmingham, Alabama, we […]

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