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Four great independent records that show a sample of what's 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...

Cover for Arthur Russell's

Review: Arthur Russell enchants with Sketches For World of Echo: June 25 1984 Live At Ei

Samuel Elliott, Staff Writer December 1, 2020

The latest in Audika Records' series of posthumous collections of the works of Arthur Russell, Sketches For World of Echo: June 25 1984 Live At Ei, is a live album recorded two years before Russell would...

The Devil All The Time movie poster (2020), courtesy of the production page on IMDB.

Review: The Devil All The Time is not for the faint of heart

Via Godinez, Opinion Editor September 29, 2020
"With all the twists, turns, and heart breaking moments of the film, I can not tell you how many times I gasped out loud or even started crying - and I'm not usually one to cry during movies."
Review: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina did not leave me with chills

Review: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina did not leave me with chills

Nicole Perdigon, Print Managing Editor February 3, 2020

*spoilers note: this article contains spoilers for the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina series, do not continue reading if you don’t want spoilers * On Jan. 24, Netflix released its highly anticipated...

Frozen 2

Review: Frozen II ventures into the unknown

Morgan Brazier, Editor-in-Chief December 13, 2019

It's been five years since Frozen came out and the little kids who loved it then have grown up a bit, and Frozen II kept this in mind, letting the characters grow with the audience. If you thought it was...

Social Cues, Cage the Elephant's fifth album.

Review: Social Cues is underwhelming

Alanna Felton, Editor-in-Chief April 25, 2019

In an era in which hip-hop and rap have surpassed rock and roll's influence and popularity, Cage the Elephant is part of small set of bands whose music hearkens back to classic rock and roll. Unfortunately,...

The promotional poster for

Review: Unicorn Store left out the magic

Anna Woodward, Staff Writer April 9, 2019

Movies have the power to uplift us, make us smile and remind us of our dreams. When I first saw the trailer for "Unicorn Store," I thought it would make me smile and remind me what it was like to be a...

The Getaway sign off of the Gandy bridge

A spring break getaway at The Getaway

Morgan Brazier, Editor-in-Chief March 17, 2019

With spring break coming up, there's nothing better than beach vibes, relaxation and great food and The Getaway is perfect for all three. With a casual beach-y atmosphere, The Getaway is a great place...

The album cover of Wasteland, Baby!

Review: Wasteland, Baby! embraces the end

Amelia Foster, A&E Editor March 4, 2019

I don't think anyone could make an album about love during the apocalypse as well as Hozier. Haunting and beautiful, Wasteland, Baby! is one of a kind. Hozier's sophomore album explores themes of anxiety...

Ed Sheeran sings to the crowd

Concert review: Ed Sheeran exceeds all expectations

Amelia Foster, A&E Editor November 8, 2018

Looking at the miles and miles of traffic-jammed cars leading to Raymond James Stadium, I was seriously considering whether this Ed Sheeran concert would be worth the wait. It was a hot and humid Wednesday...

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