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‘DAMN.’ showcases a vengeful, angry Kendrick Lamar

Jason Harward, design editor Kendrick Lamar has done it again. After two incredible albums, Good Kid M.A.A.D. City and To Pimp a Butterfly, as well as an experimental but well done soundtrack that, very literally, did not have a title, Cornrow Kenny is back. Kendrick’s past two stellar projects proved his lyrical genius, but this […]

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McDonald’s expands menu, appeal

Jason Harward, graphics editor McDonald’s has always searched for something that can compliment its burgers and (addictive) fries. However, some of these “trending” innovations fail to make their mark on consumers. Could I interest you in a McHotDog, or maybe a McLobster? No, I probably couldn’t. To diversify its menu in the health-crazed society we […]

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‘Horace and Pete’ offers refreshingly original television

Max Yera staff writer Louis C.K.’s new black comedy “Horace and Pete”has proven to be a quality experiment by the talented comedian. The show stars C.K. himself as Horace, an estranged father, and renowned actor Steve Buscemi as Pete, a mental health patient, as the co-owners of a 100-year-old Irish bar, Horace and Pete’s. Above […]

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Holiday coffee competition vlog

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart, staff writer Veronica Pahomova, staff writer The holiday/winter season is a time for family, friends and, of course, shopping. It can be a bit overwhelming for the average consumer to figure out what the best version is of whatever they want to buy. In this first episode of “V & E”, that problem is made a little easier to solve.  We […]

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‘The Incredible True Story’ is logical, though minor, step up for Logic

Nirav Desai, staff writer Throughout the first stage of his career, Logic seemed to check all the boxes of an aspiring rapper who was on the precipice of mainstream recognition. He had established a solid underground following via the Internet, his debut album, “Under Pressure,” earned an encouraging critical response and people, the same people […]

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Master of Fun

Nirav Desai staff writer Aziz Ansari has proven himself to be a renaissance man on a mission over the past few years with his scene-stealing supporting role on the recently-canceled Parks and Recreation, a successful filmed stand-up gig at Madison Square Garden and the release of critically acclaimed book “Modern Romance.” Ansari continues his fruitful […]

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Noah’s approach to late night proves successful

Nirav Desai, staff writer Trevor Noah’s succession of Jon Stewart atop the beloved throne of satirical news is a refreshing one, as the vibrant South African appears to be a much-needed source of joy on a show that, at times, suffered from its ex-host’s gradual burnout. Amid a wave of disorienting changes in the late-night […]

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Thought-provoking ‘Interstellar’ lacks emotional depth

Celine Rezvani, staff writer ‘Interstellar’, Christopher Nolan’s latest thought-provoking thriller, hit theaters worldwide on Nov. 7 and has grossed $96.6 million since. The film takes place in the not-so-distant future, where earth has been devastated by a natural disaster and is left nearly barren. Humans must increasingly abandon all aspects of daily life to focus […]

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Fall`s healthiest indulgences

Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief With the Fall season approaching right around the corner, here is a list of three healthy spots to satisfy Autumn cravings as we are moving toward the cooler months. Peach Cobbler at Gracias Madre 8905 Melrose Avenue Located in West Hollywood, Gracias Madre was founded by the same owners as the all […]

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