On The Prowl

by Marvin Poindexter, Arts & Entertainment Editor A Christmas Carol Meadow Brook Theater 378 Meadow Brook Rd, Rochester, Mich. Now to Dec. 23 Captivating audiences for 37 years, witness the tale of a “mean-spirited” miser and the ghost that will haunt him. This story was written by the famous Charles Dickens, while the adaptation and […]

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T-H-U-G Life

“The Hate U Give” by Marvin Poindexter, Arts and Entertainment Editor 9/10 The opening title screen spells out these four letters, T-H-U-G. After seeing the title spelled out, there was one question the audience thinks about all throughout the entirety of the movie. What does THUG stand for, aside from it just being the name […]

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R&B in rare form

Ella Mai debuts her self-titled LP by Marvin Poindexter, Arts & Entertainment Editor 9.5/10 From doing song covers on Instagram based on smash hits from other recording artists, to being discovered and signed by esteemed producer DJ Mustard, English singer/songwriter Ella Mai has come the distance. Partnered with Mustard’s 10 Summers Records and Interscope Records, […]

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A new era

PlayStation changes position on cross-play by Christian Hollis, Editor-in-Chief After countless blog posts and #ShameSony tweets, PlayStation has conceded to gamers and implemented cross-play for “Fortnite” and promises more games to be added in near future. We, the consumer, won the fight for cross-play. This historical change in the industry proves the power of the […]

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Back From the 90s

Starcraft Broodwar back to space with more style than before by Christopher Falkiewicz, Staff Writer 8/10 Reviewed on PC A popular classic from 1998, “Starcraft” has come back as “Starcraft: Remastered” with new modern graphics and maps for multiplayer while keeping the retro style of gameplay and that old sci-fi feel. Blizzard Entertainment nailed the […]

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Just doesn’t stick

Sony’s new film doesn’t bring the action or tell a good story. 4/10 By Cody Yarbrough, Staff writer The anti-hero and cannibalistic archnemesis of Spider-man known as Venom has finally gotten his own solo movie. The character has all the elements for a good story, cool powers, moral ambiguity, and a terrifying design, so what […]

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On The Prowl

by Marvin Poindexter, Arts & Entertainment Editor Hallowe’en in Greenfield Village 20900 Oakwood Blvd, Dearborn Michigan 48124 313-982-6001 Oct. 12 to 27 Ticket Prices, Admission, Fees: Adult Member $13.75; Youth Member $13.75; Adult Non-Member $16; Youth Nonmembers $16; Children under 2 Free Adventures unfold in Greenfield Village with spooky and magical encounters along a path […]

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A must play for Halloween

“Amnesia: The Dark Descent” holds up eight years later by Christopher Falkiewicz, Staff Writer 9/10 Horror, thrills, and spooks can all be found in a classic bone chiller, “Amnesia The Dark Descent.” Released Sept. 8, 2010, with quite a large following thanks to popular youtubers such as PewDiePie and CrazyShootin, who gained a large amount […]

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“Brawlout” Review

More like burnout by Christian Hollis, Editor-in-Chief Reviewed on Playstation 4 3/10 Mad Games’s “Brawlout” is an uninspired platform fighter that finds success in filling a specific need in the market. It is no secret that “Brawlout” is heavily influenced by Nintendo’s iconic series “Super Smash Bros.” Identical stages, fighting settings and even character movesets […]

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