Category: ARTS & LEISURE

The cast of American Horror Story: Hotel attending the show's premiere

American Horror Story: Hotel Presents Gaga’s Television Debut

Fox’s hit television show, American Horror Story has returned for its fifth season with a whole new theme, new setting, and some new cast members leaving viewers wanting more. American Horror Story: Hotel became the second best for a telecast on the network and is only behind the show’s previous season American Horror Story: Freak show. The haunting television series […]

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What to Watch This Fall on FOX

What to Watch This Fall on FOX

This Fall, fall in love with your favorite FOX shows all over again and swoon over a few new ones.   EMPIRE; Wednesdays at 9PM on FOX Empire arrived to our TV screens back in January with a bang!  The show revolves around Lucious Lyon, a hip-hop mogul who owns Empire– one of New York’s biggest record labels– and his family. […]

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The show was on the air for six years with 121 episodes.

Keeping up with the Gossip Girl cast

On Sept. 17th, 2007, an immediate love for the television series Gossip Girl spread among viewers across the country. The show started out as a popular book series about a group of wealthy teenagers living in Upper East Side, Manhattan who are constantly dealing with the conniving tricks and schemes directed at them from an anonymous online blogger known as […]

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The Visit Review

The Visit Review

In his attempt at creating a thrilling film about two teenage siblings visit and meet their grandparents for the first time, M. Night Shyamalan 
fails to scare the audience and even takes away from the slight terror that he builds in small moments with his comedic interpretations of the situation. The audience laughed more than they screamed or gasped in fear […]

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Douglas Drama memorably performs Becoming Memories

Douglas Drama memorably performs Becoming Memories

As the cast and crew took their final bow, deafening cheers and applause cut through the reverent silence that had saturated Douglas’s auditorium for the last two hours, save for the bouts of laughter and sobbing. Douglas Drama’s latest production certainly made Saturday night an evening to remember as students performed Arthur Giron’s Becoming Memories for the last time. Performed […]

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Pizza Carousel Restaurant Review

Pizza Carousel Restaurant Review

Walking into Pizza Carousel I was greeted by a majority of the staff, as I was seated immediately to a comfortable booth. Roughly thirty seconds after I was seated, a waitress introduced herself and asked what I wanted to drink. From there, I had 5 minutes to view the menu as there were tons of options to select from such […]

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Review: Maddie and Tae’s “Start Here”

Review: Maddie and Tae’s “Start Here”

The tragic 2014 departure of Taylor Swift from the world of banjo plucking and guitar strumming produced a gaping hole in the country music industry that left millions of teenagers scurrying to find another artist with the unique ability to capture the diary struggles of growing up. With the release of their debut album, titled Start Here, Madison Marlow and […]

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Three Dimensional Is Sick….Literally.

Three Dimensional Is Sick….Literally.

The Walk, a newly released film out in theaters now, centering around a true story about a man who walked across a wire connected two the twin towers in 1974, contains a three dimensional feature that is infamously known now for making people throw up. Tweets made from earlier this week by first hand viewers in the theater, have shown […]

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Twilight Gets a Twist for Its 10th Anniversary

Twilight Gets a Twist for Its 10th Anniversary

Stephanie Meyer, the author of the worldwide phenomenon, Twilight celebrated the series’ 10th anniversary in a big way. This past Tuesday, Meyer released a new edition of the first book in the saga, titled Life and Death.  This new edition is just like the original but it has a slight twist. What would it be, you ask? Well, besides the […]

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Fall Fashion Favorites

Fall Fashion Favorites

Fall is quickly approaching, inevitably accompanied by its seasonal fashion. Fall fashion often includes warm tones, plaid patterns, and edgy outerwear. Flannels have proven to be a huge trend this fall because they can be worn in multiple ways. For example, tying a flannel around your waste will help you in achieving a more casual appearance. Although effortless, this will […]

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