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‘Beetlejuice’: The musical, the musical, the musical

Rackam Walberg September 30, 2023

Ever since “Beetlejuice: The Musical” began touring in December 2022, Minnesotans have been anxiously awaiting for its arrival to the state. Written by Anthony Kin and Scott Brown, it retells the cinematic...

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Doja demands attention for her new album ‘Scarlet’

Miles Johnson September 27, 2023

With fame comes criticism. Doja Cat’s fourth studio album “Scarlet” came out Sept. 22. Doja received a lot of fame from her 2019 album “Hot Pink,” but when Doja released “Planet Her” in 2021,...

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Taylor drops three new songs

Jacob Martenson June 5, 2023

On May 26, Taylor Swift dropped three new songs as a deluxe edition of her tenth studio album, “Midnights.” Two of these three singles were new takes on previously released songs. Taylor Swift ft....

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‘Barry’ breaks hearts

Elena Ortiz-Fishman May 31, 2023

“Starting now” has become the emblematic phrase of HBO’s hit show, “Barry.”  On its surface, “Barry” is about an ex-veteran (Bill Hader) who has succumbed to the joyless lifestyle of a...

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White men can jump

John Hunter May 26, 2023

On March 27, 1992, Woody Harrelson starred alongside Wesley Snipes in a comedy/sport film called, “White Men Can’t Jump.” The story followed two basketball players that hustled people in pickup games...

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Lewis Capaldi’s new album gets stuck in your heart

Leo Justesen May 25, 2023

Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi released his new album called “Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent” on May 19. This is Capaldi’s second album and it hit every note that it needed to hit. With...

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“Air” just does it

John Hunter May 19, 2023

On Oct. 26 1984, Sonny Vaccaro convinced 21 year old NBA rookie Michael Jordan to set aside his interest in footwear brands such as Converse and Adidas, thus persuading him to sign a deal with the footwear...

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‘Beau Is Afraid’ leaves viewers disturbed

John Hunter May 10, 2023

After the success of the hit horror films “Hereditary” and “Midsommar,” director Ari Aster has returned with a new story to tell. “Beau Is Afraid” is a horror-comedy lasting just under three...

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‘You can fly! You can fly! You can — oh’

John Hunter May 7, 2023

On Feb. 5 1953, Disney released their 14th animated feature film, “Peter Pan.” It follows the story of three siblings who meet an adventurous and magical young boy named Peter Pan. The boy takes them...

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John Wick returns for a new chapter

Owen McColgan April 9, 2023

With “John Wick: Chapter 4” wrapping up the John Wick tetralogy, fans are bummed out to see it finally come to an end. Directed by Chad Stahelski, “John Wick: Chapter 4” follows one of the most...

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The magic of ‘The Magician’s Elephant’ keeps dreams big

Layla Mickelson March 22, 2023

Since the release of the book “The Magician's Elephant” in 2009, many hearts have been captivated by the children's tale full of faith and hope. Now, years later, it has been created into a movie that...

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KAI heads into spring with a new ‘Rover’

Nafisa Kahin March 22, 2023

KAI dropped his third mini album, “Rover,” on March 13 with six songs — most songs  becoming a huge hit and going viral everywhere. KAI is in a K-pop boy group called, “EXO” with 12 members....

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