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Josh Turner performing at the 2018 Strawberry Festival.

ISSUE 3: Artists In the Strawberry Festival Lineup To Look For

Lindsey Chadwick, Opinion Editor February 25, 2022

The Strawberry Festival is an annual 11-day event in Plant City, Fla. It has live entertainment, attractions and of course strawberry desserts! If you're at a loss at which artists performing at the Strawberry...

The album cover for Hey What.

Low’s “Hey What”: The Fingerprint Of A Black Hole

Samuel Elliott, Print Managing Editor September 30, 2021

Like a freezer trawler at sea, Low's trajectory pivoted a few degrees left with the release of their 2015 album Ones and Sixes and the beginning of a now six-year-long working collaboration with producer...

Four great independent records that show a sample of whats to come in 2021.

Some endearing releases you might’ve missed from the first quarter of 2021

Samuel Elliott, Staff Writer April 8, 2021

Somehow, in spite of the sluggish pace at which the days seem to go by lately, we've found ourselves a quarter of the way through 2021. Jan. 1 seems so long ago, and yet so recent, a feeling worsened for...

John Lurie isnt exactly considered to be the Bob Ross type.

Review: Painting With John invites Lurie’s charm to a new generation

Samuel Elliott, Staff Writer February 8, 2021

John Lurie's work began in the late 70's. He formed a band with his brother, Evan Lurie, called The Lounge Lizards, in which he played saxophone. To a degree of "right place at the right time" luck, the...

Steve Roden: Forms of Paper

An introduction to lowercase music

Samuel Elliott, Staff Writer September 15, 2020

Steve Roden, a Californian sound artist begrudgingly considered the "father" of lowercase music, is quoted as saying that the genre “bears a certain sense of quiet and humility; it doesn’t demand attention,...

Book one of Lockwood and Co, The Screaming Staircase

Fall into a spooky Halloween read

Alanna Felton, A&E Editor October 24, 2017

Why not join the Halloween excitement by trying out a seasonably eerie book series? Even if you are not a fan of traditional horror novels, the list of book series recommendations below has something for...

Vacation reads

Vacation reads

Alanna Felton, A & E editor May 10, 2017

Looking for that riveting novel to take with you on your summer getaway? Here are some of my top recommendations for fun vacation reads, perfect for an afternoon spent soaking up sunshine at the beach...

’13 Reasons Why’ is the newest Netflix hit

Michelle Aros, A&E Staff Writer April 14, 2017

I heard many students and friends talking about this new show, 13 Reasons Why, on Netflix. It was the first time I've ever heard it mentioned before. I didn't know there was a book or a show until I noticed...

Knights Mix: Craig Everhart

Knights Mix: Craig Everhart

Katherine Weck, Staff Writer September 29, 2016

In Knights Mix, the staff asks Robinson Knights to tell us about their music preferences and then compile a playlist on Spotify of their favorite tracks. This week, we feature IB Biology...

This Week in Entertainment: 3/28

Isabel Hanewicz, RHStoday Editor-in-Chief March 28, 2016

Read up on this week’s biggest entertainment happenings in the Tampa Bay Area with this weekly breakdown by Isabel Hanewicz. For more information on an event, click on its title. Monday, March 28:...

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