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Technology takes over in “Black Mirror”

A futuristic device that gives people the ability to scroll through every memory they’ve ever lived. A dystopian world...

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Indie pop duo Tegan and Sara fill CFAC

Canadian indie pop singing duo Tegan and Sara performed in the CFAC on Oct. 19 in the second stop of the second leg of t...

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Joyce Manor delivers with “Cody”

In 2014, Joyce Manor released “Never Hungover Again,” a ten-song burst of pop-punk that served as a big leap for a b...

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Best movies to watch this Halloween

Halloween can be an exciting season for different kinds of film fans — those who are interested in bloody horror movie...

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Michigan born and Tennessee raised rapper Derek Minor (formerly known as “PRo”) has been adding his flavor of southe...

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“Westworld” looking like a fine candidate to take torch from “Game of Thrones”

There’s an unwritten code many television fanatics practice that’s commonly referred to as ‘the three episode rule...

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Calvin welcomes Ingrid Michaelson

Many American millennials who have picked up a ukulele have likely tried to learn the six chords necessary to play Ingri...

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“Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” a so-so outing for director Tim Burton

Since early childhood, Jake’s grandfather Abe regaled him with fantastical tales of his adolescence spent battling mas...

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Joyce Yu-Jean Lee presents “Verti Call” to art gallery

“Hoof prints? Wait, maybe coffee beans?” We trade guesses as we examine the shape repeated across the long piece of ...

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“22, A Million” a symbolic journey for Bon Iver

Bon Iver, the primary creative vehicle of Justin Vernon, has returned with the follow-up to their 2011 expansive self-ti...