Will we ever see movies in theaters again?

Remember watching Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker in the movie theater last December? The film was the most anticipated Star Wars movie since 1980 when The Empire Strikes Back premiered. Not only was it the final movie of the entire Star Wars trilogy, but the world also discovered the fates of Darth Vader’s grandson, […]

Marvel Fans Disappointed After This Event Was Cancelled

The cancellation of San Diego Comic-Con left many Marvel fans disappointed. The San Diego Comic-Con Convention (SDCC), or Comic-Con International, is a California NonProfit Public Benefit Corporation organized for charitable purposes and dedicated to creating the general public’s awareness and appreciation for comics and related popular art forms. The convention got its start in the […]

Movie Theaters Are Dying, and Covid-19 Didn’t Kill Them

  The Covid-19 pandemic swept across the country and got its diseased ridden fingerprints on nearly every major industry in America. Movie theaters were not an exception, and after nearly 6 months of being shut down, major theater chains reopened their doors back in late August. AMC specifically were selling opening day tickets for 15 […]

This Is The Best Time to Buy Vinyl

by Briana Herrera At the turn of the new decade in 2010, vinyl saw it’s own renaissance. Vinyl sales began to go up for the first time since the invention of CDs, Vinyl pressing plants that had closed their doors began to reopen, and every artists from Bonafide stars, to smaller bands started to all […]

Sani Bronco’s Quest to Finish his Debut Album

By: Gabriela Rodriguez Times have been rough in the music industry since the spread of Covid-19 earlier this year. The future is uncertain but is nowhere near the end. Bands have scrambled to figure out what to make of their situation. For Sani Bronco, the start of Covid-19 came at the worst possible time; during […]

Creators Are Going to Create

By: Vanessa Lauren No set. No crew. No problem. Majestic Repertory is a local theater company on the rise who was headed into their fourth season of immersive theater before the pandemic and has now taken on the challenge of recreating the arts. Majestic was amongst those forced to close their doors and put all […]

Everyone Hates Bella Throne and This Is Why

In a society where sex work has become more normalized, it seems like everyone wants to try it out. That was the case for a curious Bella Thorne this past summer. As more women have discovered the liberating and powerful sex work industry, they have become their own boss. In the case of 32 year […]

The Race for Ratings: NASCAR in the COVID-19 Era

By Taylor Cayro “Woo! Yeah! Bristol, baby!” shouts a winded Kevin Harvick after an over 50-lap heart-pounding back and forth chess match with defending cup series champion Kyle Busch that saw Harvick claim victory in the Bass Pro Shops Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway. “Man, I just want to say thank you to all […]

Keeping Heroes Safe in a Storm

By: Briana Hicks COVID-19 has shifted the atmosphere within the nation, leaving Americans to view the meaning behind essential differently. On the front lines, working long hours and extra shifts is grocery workers. They have become the staple point and necessity to ensure that Americans everywhere have access to the things that supply and provide […]

Sports At a Standstill

by Trey Arline The NBA is debating on whether or not to cancel one of its best seasons in nearly a decade. The NFL Draft went virtual rather than the fountains of the Bellagio. Two European soccer teams ended their seasons entirely. The threat of the coronavirus has all but consumed every aspect of public […]