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Breaking with Recent Patterns of the Genre, “The Invisible Man” Turns Away From Cheesy Horror

Breaking with Recent Patterns of the Genre, “The Invisible Man” Turns Away From Cheesy Horror

March 27, 2020

Rating: 4/5 Falcons One of the most common problems in the horror movie market today seems to be an over-reliance on spectacle. In a film like 2018 The Mu...

In “F*** The World,” Brent Faiyaz Showcases Sorrow and Vulnerability

In “F*** The World,” Brent Faiyaz Showcases Sorrow and Vulnerability

March 27, 2020

Rating: 3/5 Falcons Maryland-bred R&B vocalist Brent Faiyaz released his new album titled F*** The World this February. This album was heavily ant...

Whole Roasted Cauliflower: A Perfect Quarantine Meal

Whole Roasted Cauliflower: A Perfect Quarantine Meal

March 26, 2020

Whole roasted cauliflower is one of the hottest menu items this winter. The craze began with Tel Aviv chef Eyal Shani and spread quickly to New York, LA...

“The Slow Rush” Goes By Slowly and Feels Rushed

“The Slow Rush” Goes By Slowly and Feels Rushed

March 25, 2020

Rating: 3/5 Falcons Following the unprecedented success of his third album, Currents, Kevin Parker’s Tame Impala faced an important and possibly caree...

The TikTok Hype, Explained

The TikTok Hype, Explained

March 25, 2020

TikTok is an app that has exceedingly taken over teens’ lives within the past year. With many viral videos being reposted onto other established platform...

The Next Restaurants You Go to Should Be The Shops At Porter

The Next Restaurants You Go to Should Be The Shops At Porter

March 23, 2020

Hidden behind the doors of Lesley University's Porter Square campus is a hidden gem. Take a few steps beyond Bourbon Coffee and you'll meet a hallway of sm...

Boston Calling Lineup Receives Backlash From Young Fans

Boston Calling Lineup Receives Backlash From Young Fans

March 23, 2020

Boston Calling, a music festival based in Boston, is known for its wide selection of artists that attract concertgoers of all backgrounds. Located at ...

Another Year of Grammys, Another Year of Controversy

Jack Keane, Contributing Writer

March 8, 2020

The 2020 Grammy Awards took place on January 26, with many of the globe’s top musical artists and celebrities in attendance. With Meek Mill, John Legend, DJ Khaled and Roddy Ricch paying homage to the late Nipsey Hustle and Alicia Keys delivering a heartfelt speech about the universal language that is music, empowering women artists, this year’s event had an abundance of passion.  The ceremony took place in the wake of the untimely death of NBA legend Kobe Bryant, and the superstar’s legacy was honored throughout the night through performances from celebrities such as Alicia Keys, Lizzo, among others.

Why Spices Are Essential in Every Kitchen

Why Spices Are Essential in Every Kitchen

March 5, 2020

There are still Cantabridgians with an embarrassing collection in their homes consisting only of salt, black pepper, paprika, and perhaps oregano. 

“Parasite”: A Topical Yet Universal Tale of Class and Struggle

“Parasite”: A Topical Yet Universal Tale of Class and Struggle

March 5, 2020

From the beginning of Parasite, you’re consciously aware of Joon-Ho’s intention, but it perfectly embodies its own themes to the very last shot.

A Capella Singers Add Sweet Note to Valentine’s Day

A Capella Singers Add Sweet Note to Valentine’s Day

March 5, 2020

This year’s February 14th was not only the annual romantic holiday of Valentine’s Day, but also the last day before CPSD’s February vacation, ...

CRLS Jazz Visits Panama

CRLS Jazz Visits Panama

March 5, 2020

In the basement of the CRLS Arts building, hidden and often passed by without a second glance, lies a large black door. The look of it is menacing at f...

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