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Martha’s ‘Love Keeps Kicking’ upstream

Martha’s ‘Love Keeps Kicking’ upstream

| Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Culture favors the futurist, the sample-heavy synth pop, spliced together post-modern masterpieces of poetic beauty and electronic grace. The charts — and the internet news feeds — rise and fall in response to the dexterity of the musically inclined computer wiz, master of software, producer extraordinaire. Guitars, tube amps, read more

‘Barry’ is not what you think

‘Barry’ is not what you think

| Monday, April 8, 2019

“Saturday Night Live” alum Bill Hader is hilarious and one of the best cast members in the famed NBC show’s recent history. His timing, ability to doing stellar impressions and inability to keep it together during sketches made him a favorite on the show. After leaving “SNL” in 2013, read more

Unjustly underrated films

Unjustly underrated films

| Friday, April 5, 2019

  Movies exist in many planes of entertainment. The purposes of making movies are as diverse as movies themselves. There are many extraordinary pieces of film, and there are films that are less so. It might be enjoyable to poke fun at a film’s failures, but some films have read more

Farewell, Yats: A South Bend tragedy

Farewell, Yats: A South Bend tragedy

| Thursday, April 4, 2019

Eddy Street Commons lost a hidden gem this past month. Tucked away amongst fast food giants such as Chipotle and Five Guys was Yats, a lesser-known chain that had twice as much charm as the other joints. Though not the first, second or even third option for most students read more

‘Veep’ season 7: New (same old). Selina. Now.

‘Veep’ season 7: New (same old). Selina. Now.

| Wednesday, April 3, 2019

After a year-long hiatus from production, the hit comedy and three-consecutive time winner of the Emmy for Best Comedy Series  “Veep” has returned for its seventh and final season. “Veep” stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus (whose fight against breast cancer delayed production of the show) as the dysfunctional and accidental Vice read more

‘Madvillainy’ 15 years later

‘Madvillainy’ 15 years later

| Wednesday, April 3, 2019

In the early 2000s, hip-hop was overwhelmed with bling-flaunting artists like 50 Cent, Juvenile and Lil Wayne who rapped about chains, sex, drugs, money and guns. Much of the music of that era may as well have been copied and pasted from one artist to the next, for when read more