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Lights, Cameras, ACTion!
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Lights, Cameras, ACTion!

By Charles Davis 11 One Acts 2 Nights   11 One Acts, 30 Actors, 2 Nights. Every year PSC Theatre majors get a chance to become student directors for a series of One Acts. A One Act is a series of plays with no connection and each play is 10 to about 30 minutes long....

The middle of the Feud
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The middle of the Feud

By Kelli Green Last week’s s episode of Ryan Murphy’s series, FEUD: Bette and Joan, was an explosive mid-point for this season focused on the legendary actresses Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. This hour-long drama appeals to two primary audiences. There are the big Davis and Crawford fans who tune in to see the drama...

Hidden Figures Soundtrack Review
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Hidden Figures Soundtrack Review

By Kelli Green Pharrell Williams acts as the producer and songwriter for the soundtrack to the inspiring 2016 Box Office hit, “Hidden Figures”. The music for the film is performed by Pharrell himself, along with artists Lalah Hathaway, Alicia Keys, Mary J. Blige, Kim Burrell and one of the film’s stars, Janelle Monae. The ten...

Hidden Figures Movie Review
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Hidden Figures Movie Review

By: Jasmine Britt Not many people knew that three African-American women were vital components in helping the U.S. beat Russia into space in 1962. Based on the book of the same name by Margot Lee Shetterly, “Hidden Figures” tells a history that isn’t written in our history books. This is a real story that needed...

Ryan Murphy explores classic Hollywood feud
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Ryan Murphy explores classic Hollywood feud

By Kelli Green Everyone grab your popcorn and get comfortable, it’s likely to be a bumpy night. There are a lot of questions surrounding Ryan Murphy’s new series FEUD: Bette & Joan. No, it will not be a shot-for-shot remake of Whatever Happened to Baby Jane. No, it is not the new season of American...

Anita Baker Retires!
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Anita Baker Retires!

By: Charles Davis III R&B singer Anita Baker announced early January 12th that she has no plans to tour or produce a new album due to her retirement.   Baker has been a staple in the R&B music industry since the early 1980’s and with 24 singles and six albums under her belt, Baker is...

Album Review: “Coconut Oil” by Lizzo
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Album Review: “Coconut Oil” by Lizzo

By Sean Minton Many men and women feel like their looks are not ideal and stress over the thought of “a perfect body,” but musician Lizzo wants everyone to embrace their beauty no matter what shape, size or color they are. She expresses this sentiment through her music. Lizzo is an upcoming Alternative hip-hop Artist...

App Review: Sunshine
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App Review: Sunshine

By Tracey Squaire Have you ever wished you could plan the perfect outfit to wear so that you would be comfortable all day, no matter the turn the weather took? Well, the Sunshine app assists you in doing exactly that. Sunshine is a weather app that remembers what you tell it about the weather. Say...

Netflix Review: Shameless
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Netflix Review: Shameless

By Katelyn Bailey Nowadays, it’s complicated to find a slice of life TV show that’s intriguing enough to keep you wanting to watch episode after episode and still keep you on the edge of your seat.  Most dramedies are tacky or really generic. The ends are predictable and they feel borderline not realistic because, let’s...

Netflix Review: “Hush”
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Netflix Review: “Hush”

By Arieann Pettway “Hush” is a suspense/thriller movie directed by Mike Flanagan. Kate Siegel stars  as Maddie. The movie is what one would call a lesson learned movie. Trouble for Maddie starts one day when she’s home alone and notices picture messages from her own phone popping up on her computer. Though the main character,...