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Predicting the cast of the Tiger King biopic

I don’t think it’s a surprise to anyone that Nicholas Cage has been cast as Joe Exotic in the upcoming biopic based on his life. Sure, I’m about a month late on all the Tiger King talk, but it’s always fun to speculate about the casting of a biopic, especially with such a primitive, dysfunctional group of people. From Mandy […]

by Jackson Carse· · Arts, Arts and Life ·
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Musician BA Johnston on music and quarantine

They say never meet your heroes, but they have clearly never met BA Johnston. A day or so after the interview, as I was attempting to transcribe the audio into text, I could have sworn I was listening to an episode of The Chris Farley Show – aimless, unintelligible ramblings full of monotonous praise, asking Paul McCartney if he remembers […]

by Jackson Carse· · Arts, Arts and Life ·
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Take your mind on a trip this quarantine with these virtual tours

The safest way to avoid contracting COVID-19 right now is by social distancing, but many of us would be lying if we said we weren’t feeling the effects of staying at home all day.  There’s only so much you can do within the four walls of your home without feeling like you’re falling into a rut.  Thankfully, many attractions, parks […]

by Alyssa Di Sabatino· · Arts, Arts and Life, Events ·
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The third season of Netflix’s “On My Block” balances plot holes with an enjoyable and nuanced story

The third season on Netflix’s On My Block was released on March 11, and with only eight episodes — as opposed to the previous ten per season — it is easily bingeable. This is especially so considering the current global circumstances.  For those who aren’t familiar with the show, On My Block is a coming-of age tale that follows the […]

by Alyssa Di Sabatino· · Arts, Arts and Life ·