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Joker: Not for Kids

  (Wikimedia Commons)   Spoiler alert: Joker is not for kids.    The R-rating on this film did little to restrain parents who did not research the movie. Many brought children to the film, expecting something of a Marvel movie with DC characters. They couldn’t have been more wrong. Joker is only similar to a

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Chainsmokers Concert

The Chainsmokers, along with 5 Seconds of Summer and Lennon Stella, perform at Schottenstein Center. (Vivian Bradner-Young’22/Staff) Stella performed the opening act followed by 5 Seconds of Summer at the October 13 perfomance by The Chainsmokers.  Lennon Stella sang “Bad” and “La Di Da,” in her angelic voice as three screens lit up behind her

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Review: The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening

Artwork for The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening (Flickr)   Remakes of older video game titles have become common within the gaming industry, but few games are fortunate enough to undergo multiple reincarnations. Titles that companies decide to remake must still show a great deal of potential for success despite already being familiar to audiences. Nintendo’s The Legend of

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Easy Margarita Pizza Pie

  So many people dream of making a home-made pizza to satisfy that pie craving. But when all of the factors apply, pizza is a chore. With all the work and wait, it makes many of us question, “Is it really worth it?”   Well folks, I’ve got news: there is another way! California pizza

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Max’s Pasta of the Week

(Max Walker’22/Staff)   This recipe is one that is sure to impress.  The salt water from the clams along with the added spices makes this a balanced dish. The parsley mainly adds color, but you can always add more. This meal is sure to come through when you are craving a Italian treat.   Ingredients:

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Maggie Rogers, Unapologetically Herself

Maggie Rogers enters to the pantheistic hymn, “Color Song.” (Charles Belford ’22/Media) Three years ago, Maggie Rogers was a second-semester senior at New York University, and she found herself in a creative slowdown with her lyrics, even contemplating the idea of becoming a music journalist instead of an artist. This weekend, she performed her first

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Ad Astra: Breathtakingly Slow

Brad Pitt with scientist Jennifer Trosper at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena. (Courtesy/ NASA/JPL-Caltech ) Ad Astra is the slow burn of slow burns. It’s a wrenching story of a son chasing after his long lost father and explores humanity and the harsh reality of space travel, paired with gorgeous cinematography. The only problem, however, is that this

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Max’s Recipe of the Week

Baked Cayenne Salmon with Broccoli (Max Walker’21) This weekly recipe is not a super quick meal but still pretty easy to make. It’s a fish dish this time around and one of my favorites. I used salmon but have cooked different species of fish using the same ingredients. The textures and seasonings for this dish

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Spotlight on Academy’s 2017 Madlab Playwrights

A crush. An Affirmative Action program. A tiny guardian angel who decides to play matchmaker. Struggles with inner demons personified as people, complete with death, melancholy, and self-loathing. What the above have in common is that both deal with scripts (byKami Tibbles’17 and Taylor McGowan’18, respectively) are among the selected 10 ten-minute plays, all written

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Prep Performances for OMEA

As a dress rehearsal for the upcoming OMEA solo and ensemble districts, Academy’s Women’s Chorus and Camerata had a combined concert with the concert band on Tuesday, February 21. Director Amy Brooks and band conductor Jessica Sneeringer,  proudly showcased their hard-working students. The Choir, adorned in identical black gowns and dangling “diamond” earrings, began with “Ominia

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Hot Mr. Pot

The groundhog saw his shadow on the first Tuesday of February, predicting six more weeks of winter. While many more days of cold weather and gray skies are a bummer for those of yearning for a warm, sunny spring, the wintery weather sets the perfect backdrop for a major trend in Columbus: hotpot restaurants. Hot

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October 20, 2019