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Underrated Artists: Manu Chao, Philip Philips, Trueno, MGMT

Lucas Tangelson, Staffer March 4, 2024

Welcome to “Underrated Artists,” an entertainment column from the St. Louis Park Echo covering unpopular and unknown artists. Every week, a different Echo staffer takes on the role of writer, reviewing...

Vocalist Bono sings with bassist Adam Clayton and drummer Bram van den Berg Feb. 23. The band is playing Ultraviolet (Light My Way).

U2 leaves their mark on Sin City

Gabriel Fink, Staffer March 2, 2024

Las Vegas is the city of excess, everything about it is ‘Extra’. The buildings, the food, the entertainment and the people; whatever it is, it can be found turned up to eleven in Las Vegas. So, when...

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‘Argylle,’ block-bummer

Jeremy Eichten, Staffer February 13, 2024

“Argylle” is a newly released movie directed by Matthew Vaughn, which is based on a book written by unidentified authors who wrote the book under the name Elly Conway. This movie is star-studded, featuring...

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Is ‘Lisa Frankenstein’ a Franken-hit?

Rackam Walberg, Staffer February 12, 2024

On Feb. 9, Universal Pictures released its new horror comedy “Lisa Frankenstein” starring Katherine Newton and Cole Sprouse. Directed by Zelda Williams and written by Diablo Cody, the film is coming...

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Cut Through the Noise: Norah Jones ft. Remi Wolf, Britti, Declan Mckenna

Georgia Hughes, Staffer February 12, 2024

Welcome to “Cut Through the Noise,” an entertainment column from the St. Louis Park Echo covering new music releases. Every week, a different Echo staffer takes on the role of writer, reviewing recent...

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Limited series success

Rylie Unangst, Staffer February 5, 2024

On Jan. 25, Netflix released its new limited series “Griselda” starring unrecognizable Sofia Vergara in a recounting of drug lord Griselda Blanco’s life. The show is already gaining high praise for...

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From lust to luxury

John Hunter January 26, 2024

Everyone loves an underdog, there are plenty of examples throughout cinema of the quote on quote “little guy” rising to the top and people just can’t seem to get enough. Emerald Fennell’s “Saltburn”...

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UMI’s new EP has nothing but good vibes

Estrella Ochoa January 26, 2024

Artist UMI recently released her new EP (Extended Play) “talking to the wind” on Jan. 19, and I can officially confirm that I’m a huge fan. The EP consists of four tracks: “why don’t we go,”...

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‘Saviors’ Can’t Save Green Day

Rylie Unangst January 21, 2024

With the release of Green Day’s 14th album “Saviors” on Jan. 19, there was much anticipation and excitement for what the songs had in store for listeners. However, upon listening, the overall mediocrity...

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Get in loser, we’re watching ‘Mean Girls’

Jesse Belen January 18, 2024

When I found out there was going to be a musical version of the most iconic movie ever, I was very excited. The movie has come a long way. From the first one released in 2003, then the broadway musical...

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‘Squid Game: The Challenge’ gets a green light

Aidan Shafton December 15, 2023

After Netflix struck gold with its hit original series “Squid Game,” the popular streaming service brought director Hwang Dong-hyuk’s imagination to life with the newly released reality spinoff “Squid...

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‘Renaissance’ brought back by Beyoncé

Zara Fakier December 5, 2023

Singer and mother Beyoncé just recently finished a world tour for her album “Renaissance.” She visited all around the world to perform for millions of people, and on Dec. 1, released a documentary...

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