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A Single Man review

March 2, 2010

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This film is the first work seen from fashion mogul Tom Ford. The world was seemingly skeptical about his ability to pull of making a movie, let alone creating one as an adaptation from a novel, however the film recently received an...

Mother Courage and Her Children

March 2, 2010

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Last month Theater on the Park produced Bertolt Brech's anti-war play Mother Courage and Her Children. From her note to the audience in the play's program, director Maxine Klein states that "There is, perhaps, no play in all hi...

Songs to check out!

March 2, 2010

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Shake It, Metro Station "Shake it" is so filled with dance grooves and bubbly delight that it's almost impossible to not smile while you're listening to it- it may even make you groove in your bus seat. New Cassette, Tinted Windows Y...

Avatar Review

March 2, 2010

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James Cameron's Avatar is obviously one of the most pivotal films of this year. If not for his mastery over technology in creating what is a 3D world, then his story writing should be noted as something so true to humanity an...

Sherlock Holmes review

March 2, 2010

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Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Holmes is certainly a step away from his other films. However this change may be necessary to give the audience such a tangible example of the life and times of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's character, Sherlock Ho...

Daschle Cane: Out to the Movies

February 8, 2010

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Exclusive to our online edition this month are two literary works by Jake Halverson. The pieces are works of fiction that City College News felt belonged online in order for readers to use discretion as the writing contains stron...

Daschle Cain: The Tall Dames

February 8, 2010

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Exclusive to our online edition this month are two literary works by Jake Halverson. The pieces are works of fiction that City College News felt belonged online in order for readers to use discretion as the writing contains stron...

New Moon: Countdown To Eclipse

December 7, 2009

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It's official, "Twilight" fever has taken over the world. At the moment, you cannot walk anywhere without being reminded that the second of Stephenie Meyer's popular book series is about to be released in the cinema. As a fan of...

Mayer’s latest is a gem

December 7, 2009

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Battle Studies reminds me of why I love John Mayer. Mayer's vocals change between whimsical and weighty with the mood of each song, and even from measure to measure and from note to note. His falsetto is characteristically elegant a...

One Too Many Bangs For Your Buck

December 7, 2009

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The world will end on December 21, 2012. Okay, I don't know that for sure - but if this scenario sounds like something you would be interested in witnessing, you might consider checking out director Roland Emmerich's latest a...

Bob Dylan

November 3, 2009

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It opens with sleigh bells and a jaunty backing choir, and we're off into a fully realized Norman Rockwell painting, complete with roaring fireplace, children in stocking feet, and the jolly old grandpa around whom they've ga...

Prarie home companion

November 3, 2009

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Prairie home companion is as Minnesotan as you can get. It stars Anoka, Minn.'s own Garrison Kiellor. It is time for us to sit down, as a culture, and have an honest talk about Garrison Keillor. It's no use trying to ignore him an...

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