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“The Woman in Black” Movie Review

Based on the Susan Hill novel of the same name, “The Woman in Black” is one of the first horror film releases of 2012. It is directed by James Watkins, written by Jane Goldman...

Lana Del Rey “Born to Die” Album Review

From her allegedly manufactured image to her atrocious live performances (YouTube her now infamous performance on SNL) and the much-anticipated debut of her second album “Born to Die,” Elizabeth Grant, the real name of...

Leonard Cohen “Old Ideas” Album

For his longtime fans, “Old Ideas” offers all the rhyme, rhythm and baritone that make Leonard Cohen a legend. For those unfamiliar with his work, however, this folk-rock genre may not for everyone. It’s...

“The Big Miracle” Movie Review

“The Big Miracle,” inspired by the true story of an attempted rescue of three whales in Barrow, Alaska, barely made a splash in the ocean of cinema. The film had too many subplots that...

Matt Skiba at the Barn

Alkaline Trio was one of the many pop-punk bands to ride the tidal wave of 90s popularity to mainstream success, but among the few who made it out alive. Whereas most of their contemporaries...

No Kilts Allowed Fashion Column: Climate Change and Fashion

Riverside weather is downright confounding. Particularly this time of year, it becomes nearly impossible to dress appropriately for the climate. Just this past week, I left my apartment in the morning feeling overwhelmingly warm,...

“Man on a Ledge” Movie Review

“Man On a Ledge” by director Asger Leth premiered Jan. 27 as a crime thriller starring Sam Worthington. The Australian actor, known for a number of hit and miss films including the critically acclaimed...

Ingrid Michaelson “Human Again” Album Review

Ingrid Michaelson’s fifth studio album “Human Again” was released January 24th and quickly rose to the top of the iTunes bestseller chart. Fans of Michaelson’s precious, gentle sound might be a bit taken aback...

“The Grey” Movie Review

Just moments before the midnight showing of Liam Neeson’s newest film “The Grey,” the theater seats slowly filled by an easy-going, light-hearted crowd of mostly high school and college students or couples on dates....

Kathleen Edwards “Voyageur” Review

Kathleen Edwards has not sparked too much recognition since her debut album “Failure” in 2003. The Canadian country-alternative singer-songwriter has since completed three other albums including her most recent, “Voyageur,” released Jan. 17. The...