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“The Edge of Seventeen” will put you on the edge with a non-existent plotline

Millennials and admirers of both visually stunning cinematography and physically alluring actors were lovestruck by the enchanting trailer for “The Edge of Seventeen” that aired throughout social media outlets as well as movie theatres....

“Unfinished Business”: More like unfinished script

What is Vince Vaughn still doing in movies? I mean, all that stuff he did in the early 2000s as part of the “frat pack” was over 10 years ago (“Starsky and Hutch,” “Dodgeball”)....

“Game of Thrones: Kissed by Fire” Review

Wow. Season 3 of “Game of Thrones” is making its previous two seasons look like warm-ups. “Kissed by Fire” was everything I could have ever hoped for in an episode: drama, dialogue, acting and...

Latino/a Play Project’s unique mission

Earlier this week, I sat down with Melanie Queponds, the creative director of the Latino/a Play Project and a fifth-year theater and English double major here at UCR, to discuss the group's mission, history...

The Unruly Mess I Must Digress

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ second official studio album “This Unruly Mess I’ve Made,” feels like 14 different lectures condensed into a 140-character Twitter update. There is a lot missing. Going into this album, I was...

“Burnt” is on fire

    Perfect — this is a word meant to describe something that has no flaws in regards to the objective it was designed to fulfill. It is something that Chef Adam Jones (Bradley Cooper) strives...

Stevens beautifully explores conflicted feelings of grief on “Carrie & Lowell”

“I should have known better / Nothing can be changed / The past is still the past / The bridge to nowhere.” We are all constantly grieving. No matter our positions in life, we are...
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There is no center: On Joan Didion’s myth

You meet Joan Didion when you are ready. You have probably seen her name on lists of greatest writers or “Writers You Should Read” listicles. I met Didion at a party, in conversation where...

Fall Style Tips from CLASS and Fashion

After the long summer, fall is here and winter is steadily approaching. Which means your shorts need to be swapped out for jeans and your jackets, dusted. If you are not particularly interested in...

Lana Del Rey remains in the honeymoon phase of her career with “Honeymoon”

Lana Del Rey’s third studio album, “Honeymoon” finds her back to crooning beautiful, downtempo, melancholic ballads. Departing from its predecessor “Ultraviolence,” “Honeymoon” is much slower, elegant and controlled, with the overwhelming anguish cooling into...