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Confused and let down by J. Cole’s new album: KOD

When J. Cole announced two weeks ago that he was releasing his fifth studio album  titled KOD on 4/20, many of his fans were initially confused. Back in 2011, Cole had publicly quit smoking, telling Pound Magazines Cass Juradinho that he was, “never a really

Grace and Frankie: Divorce, Drugs, and Dildos

Normally, the thought of older ladies selling dildos would really turn people off, but co-creator Marta Kauffman finds a way to make this topic funny and appealing. The Netflix original comedy series, Grace and Frankie, has gotten a lot of unpredictable attention from a wide

Once again we review a drink at Applebees, Bahama Mama

Once again Applebees has attempted to capitalize on the people’s desire for cheap booze. During February, Applebees offered the Bahama Mama for $1. Like the Dollarita, this drink offered a cheaper version of an old-time favorite. However, this drink was only offered in the classic

Little Dark Age: MGMT’s Creepy Comeback

You might remember MGMT for their catchy 2008 hits such as “Electric Feel” and “Kids,” but band members Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser have released much more eccentric music since then. Their experimental 2013 self-titled was not received well by most; the blend of psychedelia

Dirty Projectors: The Love is the Art

With the approach of Valentine’s Day, reminders of love can be found everywhere- paper heart decorations, red roses on display next to convenience store checkout lanes, candy thoughtfully left out for passersby. However, if you, like me, find yourself alone during this season of love,

Two Door Cinema Club: Lost within their own genre

Although they were relatively unknown for the first several years of their existence, Two Door Cinema Club quickly became a household name within the indie rock scene following the release of their 2010 debut album, Tourist History. Part of what made the Northern Ireland-based group

Turtles All the Way Down, A new novel by John Green

October 10th 2017 and Turtles All the Way Down marked the return of YA powerhouse John Green. Green’s previous novels include Printz-Award Winner Looking for Alaska, An Abundance of Katherines, Paper Towns, and the international bestseller The Fault In Our Stars. Turtles All the Way

Is Night of the Living Dead the best Halloween movie?

George Romero’s Night of the Living Dead doesn’t seem like much from the outside. It’s a low-budget horror movie with a cast of Romero’s friends and theater semi-pros with a minimal plot, scored by stock music cues, and shot in black and white to save