15 Apr 2015

Furious 7 pays tribute to Paul Walker

Fast and the Furious 7 is the perfect way to pay tribute to the late Paul Walker. If you have seen any of the other movies in the series, which began in 2001, you can predict a lot of what happens: there is a lot of action, racing, and fast

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17 Mar 2015

Waiting tables: Gambling with food and shelter every night

According to statisticbrain.com, nine percent of Americans eat out three times per week. But do people ever stop to think about what it is like on the other side of the table? I would like to introduce you to the other side, to what it’s like to be a waitress.

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17 Mar 2015

Gonzales returns after eight years with a new album

On Feb. 17, folk-rock musician Jose Gonzalez released Vestiges & Claws, his first CD since 2007’s In Our Nature.   The time he spent working on Claws has only perfected it. Gonzalez has not drastically changed his sound, but now he appears to be more confident.   The CD is

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18 Feb 2015

Theater Wesleyan presents “The Survivor” opening tonight

Theatre Wesleyan’s fourth production of the 2014-2015 season takes audiences into the heart of the Holocaust – the Warsaw ghetto. “The Survivor,” which runs Feb. 18-22 at the Thad Smotherman Theatre, was written by Susan Nanus and based on a memoir by Holocaust survivor Jack Eisner, who as a teenager

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15 Sep 2014

Black, White, and Grey

Black White and Gray, Chris Watson Band’s second studio album released July 2014, was a great way to introduce the new, fully equipped horn section. Local talent Chris Watson — musician, vocalist, songwriter for band — makes it clear that Chris Watson Band began to get comfortable with the idea

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