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Maybach Music group, good not great

Ruben Hill, Reporter

September 25, 2013

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Maybach Music Group is at it again with the release of their third studio compilation “Self Made Vol. 3.” The highly anticipated album was released on Sept. 17. The album features contributions from the group’s core Rick Ross, Wale, Meek Mill, and Stalley, and this album introduces the newest member of the group, Rockie Fresh. The album also includes a number of features...

Grand Theft Auto V makes a fully loaded comeback

Graham C Wheat, Editor in Chief

September 25, 2013

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Game developer and publisher Rockstar Games has yet again captured the minds of millions, not just in the video game community, with the most recent release in their flagship of the franchise Grand Theft Auto V. As the fifth iteration in the open world crime tale they have coalesced their ventures in many other video games to be the gigantic city that is Los Santos and surrounding...

Cell phone lives up to name

Cell phone lives up to name

May 30, 2013

By Graham C Wheat Features Editor Boost Mobile’s newest Android powered smart phone may be the answer to saving a phone from your drunken college escapades and gen...

Poor performance from Cruise, ‘Oblivion’ not worth it

Alana Garrett, Reporter

May 1, 2013

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By Alana Garrett Reporter Joseph Kosinski’s “Oblivion” is confusing, strange, and left me oblivious. Kosinski who directed the film “Tron: Legacy” has tried his directing skills at another sci-fi film “Oblivion”. The film stars A-list actor Tom Cruise who is known for his exceptional acting skills, and action movies, but “Oblivion” is a disappointment...

Cudi’s inner thoughts provide career best

Martin Chang, Editor in Chief

May 1, 2013

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By Martin Chang  Editor in Chief Kid Cudi is embracing his inner weirdness with his third album “Indicud” like he never has before. He has created a new sound, a slowed down, pot-soaked groove that through bass lines and sounds that seem to come from outer space, taps into the dark space in Cudi’s mind that he’s been rapping about his whole career. All the so...

Muertos Kitchen leaves people dying for more

Muertos Kitchen leaves people dying for more

Ruben A. Perez, Reporter

May 1, 2013

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By Ruben A. Perez Reporter Muertos Kitchen and Lounge downtown is a great place to get a great meal at a great price. The first thing to note about Muertos...

Postal Service mails a remix of old & new

April 17, 2013

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By Robin Shin Online Editor After a decade since the release of “Give Up,” The Postal Service is back with a re-issue.  The album was released in a digital, compact disk and vinyl copy, all three of which come in different prices.  When I first heard that they were going to re-issue the album, I was quite confused. Remix? I was expecting something of computer remixi...

Budweiser’s addition fails to live up; Beck’s Sapphire doesn’t wow

Budweiser’s addition fails to live up; Beck’s Sapphire doesn’t wow

March 14, 2013

Budweiser Black Crown is the newest entry into the family of beers produced by Anheuser-Busch, and it is by far their worst beer for a few reasons. At...

New and almost improved

Tyler Goucher, Reporter

January 30, 2013

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A$AP Rocky’s newest album since his “LiveLoveA$AP” debut in 2011, “LongLiveA$AP” is surprisingly a big step up for the young artist. Several mainstream artists are scattered throughout the album, contributing to the wide array of styles and sounds. A$AP has definitely upped his game in the vocals department, which is evident on almost every track. He is good about...

This bedtime story is all grown up

Alana Garrett, Reporter

January 30, 2013

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Not just a children’s fairy-tale anymore, Hansel and Gretel are witch hunters. The age-old children’s fairytale has finally come to the big screen. “Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters” opened in theaters Friday January 25. Director Tommy Wirkola, who has also produced the 2009 zombie comedy “Dead Snow,” directed the film. The film stars Jeremy Renner, who has...

DmC makes a comeback with its combat and plot

Martin Chang, Editor in Chief

January 30, 2013

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“DmC Devil May Cry” is a crazy, intense thrill ride that backs up its vivid world and engrossing story with core combat and enemy types that offers thrilling gameplay. “Devil May Cry” tells the pulpy story of Dante and his fight for mankind. The story that unfolds is an angel vs. demon tale with the most evil of villains, Mundus. In the world of “Devil May Cry,”...

First time eating Korean food pleasant surprise

Esteban Ramirez, Sports Editor

October 31, 2012

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When I walked into the recently opened Seoul Restaurant I didn’t know what to expect eating at a Korean restaurant for the first time, but after seeing that they had college football on TV, I thought to myself if their taste in food is as good as their taste in entertainment than this will be a good experience. The restaurant is located on 3615 Coffee Rd., and it is opened...

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