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“The Order of Things” is just and good

The new album "The Order of Things" is the radical seventh studio album by All That Remains. It was revealed by the band that it would be largely melodic and harmonious. This is a...

“Mrs. Packard”: How a single woman’s story transcends time

  UCR’s theatre, film and digital production department will be debuting its rendition of Emily Mann’s famous play “Mrs. Packard” this Thursday at 8 p.m. Directed by Bella Merlin, the play focuses on the title...

The Rock rocks amidst falling rocks in the raucous “San Andreas”

My goodwill towards action movies is uncharacteristically strong, partly because of “Mad Max: Fury Road” and partly because I recently re-watched the first “Die Hard.” Because of this, I decided to see “San Andreas,”...

Vanessa Carlton’s still got it

Ask your sister, best friend or the kid you just met in geology lab if they have heard of Vanessa Carlton. I am willing to put my money on it that they have, but...

“Skeletons” has little meat on its bones

Having played a hand in both the legendary punk band Misfits as well as his own side Danzig, Glenn Danzig is no stranger to the hardcore punk scene. His legendary status in the punk...

“Fifty Shades Of Black” Falls Flat

If you’re at all familiar with the wildly popular book and movie “Fifty Shades of Grey ” by E.L. James, then you’ve most likely heard about the newest spoof, “Fifty Shades of Black.” The...

RADAR Sessions: Nick Carrillo

For Nick Carrillo, it all began with a high school talent show. Guitar in hand and several years younger, Carrillo played a medley of popular songs on his guitar, featuring the likes of Taylor...

The Jungle Book” sure to make you nostalgic

“The Jungle Book” evokes a feeling of nostalgia that instantly transports me to warm summer evenings at my grandmother’s. When I picture the movie, the smell of freshly popped popcorn and hot chocolate floods...

Summer Music Festival Guide

If the overwhelming hype behind Spring Splash is any indication, it's no secret that college students absolutely love music festivals. In fact, the previous few years have seen rapid growth of attendance at music...

“More than spoken word” lights up The Barn

The Barn, at first glance, seems like nothing more than a ramshackle, old shack. It is unfathomable to think that countless artists — some famous, some not — have performed inside, ranging from Nobel...