How the Entertainment Industry was Affected by the Coronavirus Pandemic

With many blockbuster movies like the live-action Mulan, Marvel’s Black Widow, and A Quiet Place II expected to hit theaters in the beginning of 2020, the makers of these movies were expected to make millions in the box-office. However, since the COVID-19 breakout in February, it took a hard turn for these highly promoted movies. […]

Netflix and Chill? More Like Back Pain and Insomnia

By: Hailey Foster “I often feel the effects of watching tv physically, most of the time it’s being tired from sitting down so much or my body feeling numb. There does come a feeling of regret from sitting down so much because I feel as though I wasted time,” says Christian Arroyo Rios, a 21-year-old who attends […]

The 1000 Meter Difference

By: Vanessa Lauren From gangs to guest speaking. That’s the story of one man from the West Side of Chicago. Arshay Cooper is a rower, award-winning author, motivational speaker and activist who’s next stop is UNLV.  His story starts on the streets of Chicago and unlike the 33 percent of boys he grew up with, […]

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, […]

NASCAR Championship 4 Battle at Phoenix

By: Kenny Jimison Four drivers are heading into Phoenix this weekend to battle it out for the NASCAR championship. Chase Elliott, Denny Hamlin, Brad Keselowski, and Joey Logano all have reason to feel confident heading into the championship race for the Bill France Cup but with the best finisher taking home the championship, staying clean […]

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 […]

Spotify: An Innovator for Storytelling

  By: Jasel Layson Spotify, the number one streaming service for music, is now raising the game in partnership with Cherin Entertainment. As early as next year, music won’t be the only thing streaming on Spotify. You will now be able to watch some of your favorite podcasts as TV shows or movies. Cherin Entertainment […]

Kevin Harvick and Denny Hamlin are the top two contenders leading into the NASCAR Playoffs: Round of 8.

NASCAR Playoffs: Round of 8 Preview

By: Kenny Jimison The “Round of 8” in the NASCAR Playoffs starts tomorrow at Kansas Speedway. Eight drivers will go head to head for three races, all battling for a spot in the “Championship 4” race at Phoenix Raceway on November 8. The 2020 NASCAR Playoffs grid. (Image courtesy: CBS Sports) Leading the charge is […]

Will The Real Ellen DeGeneres Please Stand Up?

Ellen DeGeneres is no stranger to controversy. She first faced backlash after publicly coming out as gay in 1997. At that time, she starred in the self-titled ABC sitcom, Ellen, and two weeks after her own coming out announcement her character also came out as gay. The episode was the highest rated of the series […]

Raiders Stifle Saints; First Win in Allegiant Stadium

By Devin Virissimo 09/21/20 (@benjaminhphoto) Las Vegas loves winners, especially when they win in prime time while showing off their brand new $1.8B home. While they may not have gotten the first points in the “Death Star”, they got the most with a 34-24 victory over the defending NFC South Champion New Orleans Saints on […]