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Review: Suwannee Hulaween 2017 boogie-woogied the soul out of my body

By Anna Bryson Suwannee Hulaween once again met my wild expectations, holding its No. 1 spot on my list of Florida’s best music festivals. In a magical cypress and oak forest, along the Suwannee River, were a few precious days of pure ecstasy. 20,000 people united Oct. 27 to 29 under the power of music, […]

Review: Justice League flashes potential, still a bust

Review: Marvel’s latest Thor installment is a masterpiece

By Jeffrey Waitkevich Thor, Asgard’s god of thunder, has been one of Marvel Cinematic Universe’s most powerful superheroes since his debut in 2011. But what would happen if he lost Mjolnir, the hammer that grants him the ability to fight and manipulate the weather? That answer comes in “Thor: Ragnarok,” Marvel’s third and most recent installment […]

Review: Justice League flashes potential, still a bust

Mumble rap is abstract expressionism for hip hop

By Jonah Hinebaugh What do Young Thug and Mark Rothko have in common? Both went against norm in their respective mediums to help construct something new and beautiful. Art has evolved throughout history, and that’s a fact. All you have to do is look back at how renaissance, rococo and neoclassicism evolved.    So why […]

Review: Justice League flashes potential, still a bust

Netflix flips our world Upside Down with “Stranger Things 2”

By Lea Whitley Last year, “Stranger Things,” a Netflix series, arrived almost unannounced, blowing the minds of suspense lovers. Paying homage to the golden age of horror and sci-fi films, the relatively unknown sibling duo known as The Duffer Brothers created a masterpiece by turning the world of thrillers upside down with a nostalgia-filled magnum […]

Review: Justice League flashes potential, still a bust

“Jigsaw” successfully resurrects gory franchise

By Jeffrey Waitkevich Let’s play a game: it’s called watching a confusing reboot more than 10 years after the original’s release. The original “Saw” came out in 2004. “Saw 3D,” the seventh installment in the played out franchise, which was dubbed “the final chapter,” debuted in 2010. Seven years later, the series returns with “Jigsaw.” In […]

Review: Justice League flashes potential, still a bust

Review: “Turn Out the Lights” raises the indie music bar

By Alexander Eubanks Ever since her debut album “Sprained Ankle,” Julien Baker has quickly risen to the top of the indie rock scene and has become a rare crossover hit that landed with both fans, critics and fellow musicians alike. While she has been interviewed and has received high praise by indie publications, like Under […]

Review: Justice League flashes potential, still a bust