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‘Map to the Stars’ Review: Is that the best you could do?

David Cronenberg is best known for his films The Fly, A History of Violence, and the under-appreciated sci-fi flick eXistenZ. While he kicked butt in seeing those plotlines come to … Continue reading

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The ‘Child of Light’ challenge

Flying through caves while reading endless streams of poetry, now that’s my kind of game. Ubisoft’s Child of Light was released in April, in all its puzzling glory, last year. This … Continue reading

04/13/2015 · Leave a comment

National Drop-Everything-and-Read Day

Statistics show that reading calms the soul, quiets the mind and allows creativity to flow free…

04/11/2015 · Leave a comment

Elder Scrolls Online offers free-to-play Welcome Back Weekend

Elder Scrolls fans rejoice for a weekend of all-access RPG action! Bethesda‘s ESO MMO was officially released this time last year, and after a series of patches, bug fixes, and server updates the game will … Continue reading

04/10/2015 · Leave a comment

Segue Cafe hosts reading for emerging authors

Segue Cafe is honoring the success of its first month, after the grand opening on Feb. 6, with literary readings by emerging authors.

04/07/2015 · Leave a comment

‘Clouds of Sils Maria’ is downright captivating

This movie allows audiences to peer into the theater industry Preface: This review is full of spoliers Clouds of Sils Maria is about how we come to grips with age. … Continue reading

04/04/2015 · Leave a comment

Long live Princess Chelsea!

Princess Chelsea has announced she’ll release a new album this year, called The Great Cybernetic Depression.

04/02/2015 · Leave a comment

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