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, […]

Fashion Week: Quarantine Style

By: Carlee Gettman If this year has taught us anything, it is how to adapt and the designers and masterminds behind fashion week did just that. The show must go on even if it’s virtual, full of chaos, glamorizes formal sweatsuits and barely includes social interaction. The fashion industry refused to let this usual iconic […]

FashiON or FashiOFF: COVID-19 and the Decline of the Fashion Industry

By: Carlee Gettman At the beginning of 2020 the fashion industry was set to have another successful year. Advancements in online shopping, seasonal outfits and next-day shipping were proving to be very beneficial for the industry. It was not until the abrupt nationwide shutdown from the COVID-19 pandemic that many manufacturers experienced a massive decline […]

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 […]

How the Esports World is Handling COVID-19

By Lucas Peltier. From the NBA to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, the COVID-19 pandemic has put mainstream sports to a standstill.  Stadiums, ballparks and arenas across the globe (which would be crowded around this time with eager spectators) are shut down because of the coronavirus. But aside from all of the doom and gloom the […]

From Stage to Twitch, the New Concert Experience

Grace Meyer | Image: billboard.com The electricity of the crowd ignites as the headliners take the stage. “Are we ready?” they ask, and cheers and screams respond. The opening beats of the opening song hit eardrums, people begin to sway and move their bodies to the music. The heat of bodies all around us. The […]

Why Calling the Olympics “Tokyo 2020” is Not Symbolic

By Lucas Peltier The Olympics are officially postponed for the first time in history due to the ongoing concern of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Both the IOC and Japan made the decision to move the Games to next 2021 for the safety of the athletes and all those present, but they also agreed to keep the […]

Martial Arts studio impacted by Covid-19

by Lucas Peltier HENDERSON, NEV. – Around 9:45 in the morning, martial arts instructors Devin Neudeck, 28, and Yasmin Brown, 26, of Spirit Taekwondo connect their laptop to a monitor and wait for the faces of about 20 or so eager students to appear on the screen at 10 o’clock.  The two instructors then run […]