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“Zoolander 2” has lost its Blue Steel

Everyone who watched the original “Zoolander” movie will always remember the “school for ants,” “Dere-lick-my-balls” from the face-off scene and last but certainly not least, the Blue Steel Magnum look that was so beautiful...

The Black Keys dole out another masterpiece with “Turn Blue”

  As a band with Grammy-winning fame, the Black Keys have produced music that has become familiar to audiences of all different genres, ranging from ‘60s blues to modern alternative. Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney...

Remembering “KUCR: A Retrospective”

Sarah Bazzy /HIGHLANDER During September of 2019, a group of KUCR DJs gathered at the radio station for a weekly meeting to discuss how an exhibit at Pain...

An explosive neon star with Vega Intl. Night School

Welcome to a 1980s nightclub, where the glitchy music is enough to fry your brain, the epileptic onslaught of neon lights is enough to give you a seizure and the drug-fueled drinks will be...

“Batman: Arkham Origins” Review

Buggy and repetitive, “Batman: Arkham Origins” — the third main entry of the popular Arkham video game series — fell short of its predecessors in almost every aspect. The story unfolds on Christmas Eve,...

“The New Classic” fails to define Iggy Azalea as a standout star

If you have listened to the radio anytime in the past month, then Iggy Azalea should be a familiar name to you. The 23-year-old Australian rapper and rising pop sensation has become a staple...

“Bad Grandpa” Movie Review

It seems the “Jackass” franchise is in constant pursuit of expanding its empire and outdoing itself in terms of crude, disgusting humor. In the film “Bad Grandpa,” Johnny Knoxville whips out old man prosthetics...

‘Mother’s Day’ is closer to a parody than a comedy

I walked into “Mother’s Day” expecting a two-hour soap opera, which was a little true, but there were also some unexpected aspects. The refreshing components were the acting and the high level of diverse...

Lit Pick of the Week: “Hold Still” by Sally Mann

Radar is committed to all forms of art and entertainment and as such, will pick one book as a reading recommendation every week. This week, Radar’s “Lit” pick is “Hold Still” by Sally Mann. Sally...

David Bowie’s “Blackstar” Is One For The Ages

  Rating: 4/5 Stars The final album David Bowie released before his recent death from cancer, “Blackstar" is a representative example of his work that gives this generation a chance to experience his contributions to music....