Stealing One Foot For A Day

Review: Five Feet Apart Rarely would you ever meet someone fascinating in the one place where someone never wants to be: the hospital. But in the novel Five Feet Apart, it’s a chance a Cystic Fibrosis (CF) patient will take to break her routine of treatments and medicine. Stella Grant is used to being in […]

ASTROWORLD – The Truth Unveiled

Travis Scott is a well-known artist with a consistently growing fan base. Much of his fame is accredited towards signing his first major label deal with Epic Records in 2012. Since then, he has become a mogul in the rap world. After his success with “Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight” and “Huncho Jack, Jack […]

Sending Love to “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before”

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before has hit Netflix and if my Instagram explore page is any indication, people have been obsessed with it. Based on Jenny Han’s bestselling novel, this adaptation has been captivating people with its feel-good main couple, relatable self-awareness, and feisty sisters of the Covey household. As for my opinion, […]

“Lee Daniels’ The Butler” runs strong

Lee Daniels, the director of “Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire” has made another strong directorial appearance with “Lee Daniels’ The Butler”. The idea for the movie came from an article titled “A Butler Well Served by this Election” written by Wil Haygood of the Washington Post in 2008. The movie is an historical drama that follows Cecil Gaines […]

Concert Review: Mumford and Sons

On September 2nd, thousands of people were camped outside of the Klipsch Music Center in Noblesville, Indiana at 2 p.m. just to get good seats for the 7:00  Mumford and Sons concert. Many of them were sitting on the grass with their blankets and folding chairs all waiting with excitement for the band. “We were at […]

Iron man 3 makes headlines

The third movie of a series Iron Man 3 had large expectations to live up to, and it did.  With two good movies down, Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) had fans lining up to see Iron Man fight off whatever kind of villain stood in the way of justice.  In this case, the villain was “The Mandarin”, a […]

Peter Pan dazzles audiences

One of the most identifiable and beloved parts of Peter Pan, or any Disney movie that is, is the wonderful, lively music. That is why when I first heard that I was going to go to see Peter Pan on Broadway in Chicago, I was thrilled to see these songs (and the story) come to […]

“Les Mis” from stage to screen

  My first memory of hearing the songs of  Les Miserables was in middle school, while driving to visit my grandparents with my family. My dad and I spent the entire trip listening to the musical, pausing sporadically so he could explain to me what each song was about. Jean Valjean’s struggle to escape his […]

Java roaster impresses

Location: 130 N. 3RD STREET, LAFAYETTE, ACROSS FROM THE COURT HOUSE Price: DRINKS: $1-$5 FOOD: $1.50- $7.95 Hours: Monday-Sunday 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Cuisine:  An assortment of coffee drinks and smoothies and can be customized to suit your personal taste.  Sandwiches and soups are also included in the menu along with fresh pastries every day. The […]

End near for Gossip Girl

Gossip Girl is ready to retire. She may have only been at it for six seasons, but keeping track of the scandalous lives of Manhattan’s elite is exhausting work. Her namesake television show will also end at the end of the season. Fans shouldn’t fret yet though.  There are still eight episodes left in this […]

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