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“Wanderlust” Movie Review

“Wanderlust” is a new comedy film from the makers of “Role Models.” The movie follows married metropolitan couple George (Paul Rudd) and Linda (Jennifer Aniston) as they explore a new lifestyle after being forced...

“This Means War” Movie Review

“This Means War” is a romantic comedy action film directed by McG. It stars Reese Witherspoon, Chris Pine and Tom Hardy. CIA agents FDR (Chris Pine) and Tuck (Tom Hardy) are best friends and work...

“The Secret World of Arrietty” Movie Review

“The Secret World of Arrietty,” by director Hiromasa Yonebayashi, was released Feb. 17th as an animated, family film based on the children’s series, “The Borrowers” by Mary Norton. The U.S. version cast actors Bridget...

“No Kilts Allowed” Fashion Column: Best Fashion Biographies

It’s hard to get enough of fashion magazines. They are affordable, easy to consume and it’s lovely to receive them in the mail each month. They offer straightforward inspiration and often insightful articles. But...

UCR Jazz and Wind Ensemble Concert Review

Both the Jazz and Wind Ensembles, under the direction of Matt Zembley, proved to be powerful groups on their February 3rd performance. What was most impressive, however, was not only their superior knowledge of...

“Chronicle” Movie Review

Have you ever gone to a restaurant and enjoyed your food only to see your waiter licking all of the forks he lays down on the table, thus ruining your meal after you’ve already...

“The Woman in Black” Movie Review

Based on the Susan Hill novel of the same name, “The Woman in Black” is one of the first horror film releases of 2012. It is directed by James Watkins, written by Jane Goldman...

Lana Del Rey “Born to Die” Album Review

From her allegedly manufactured image to her atrocious live performances (YouTube her now infamous performance on SNL) and the much-anticipated debut of her second album “Born to Die,” Elizabeth Grant, the real name of...

Leonard Cohen “Old Ideas” Album

For his longtime fans, “Old Ideas” offers all the rhyme, rhythm and baritone that make Leonard Cohen a legend. For those unfamiliar with his work, however, this folk-rock genre may not for everyone. It’s...

“The Big Miracle” Movie Review

“The Big Miracle,” inspired by the true story of an attempted rescue of three whales in Barrow, Alaska, barely made a splash in the ocean of cinema. The film had too many subplots that...