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Review: “Hyacinthus Hurricane” Represents the Romantic and the Uncomfortable

Review: “Hyacinthus Hurricane” Represents the Romantic and the Uncomfortable

May 22, 2019

“Hyacinthus Hurricane” is comprised of poems that detail the confines of the body, the heart, and the soul; WD Ballner artfully describes complex subjects including dysphoria, love, and religion.

Review: “Rage 2”

Review: “Rage 2”

May 18, 2019

The graphics and details of the world are different from any other apocalyptic game ever before. While parts of the landscape remain to be the traditional desolate brown, the saturated neon bursts of colors added life to the game, in particular during the combat: vivid explosions filled the screen, and neon lights flashed in players' eyes corresponding to health.

Review: “The Sun Is Also a Star” is Charming and Heartbreaking

Review: “The Sun Is Also a Star” is Charming and Heartbreaking

May 17, 2019

Natasha Kingsley played by Yara Shahidi and Daniel Bae played by Charles Melton, portray a love that overcomes time and circumstances on screen for “The Sun Is Also A Star.” The film i...

Amy’s Drive Thru: Food Review

Amy’s Drive Thru: Food Review

May 14, 2019

Amy’s Drive Thru is a local business in Rohnert Park that focuses on vegetarian and vegan fast food — utilizing high quality, organic ingredients.

Review: “Ventura” Epitomizes Artistic Redemption, Imbues Optimism

Review: “Ventura” Epitomizes Artistic Redemption, Imbues Optimism

April 20, 2019

“Ventura,” the latest release from California-based hip-hop artist, rapper, and multi-instrumentalist Anderson .Paak stands as the fourth project in a series of city-based compositions, coming less than a year removed from the polarizing 2018 release of “Oxnard." .Paak’s newest project marks a return to his creative identity that succeeds sonically in spite of its organizational shortcomings.

Buzzfeed’s Tasty: Two-Ingredient Recipes Review

April 17, 2019

Chocolate Cake This recipe for the chocolate cake came from a collection of recipes within a Youtube ...

Review: “Captain Marvel” Builds Enthusiasm for Marvel Films

Review: “Captain Marvel” Builds Enthusiasm for Marvel Films

April 15, 2019

As the first MCU film with a female protagonist, Captain Marvel caused a wave of mixed reactions and e...

Review: “Wasteland, Baby!” Is Perfectly Crafted

Review: “Wasteland, Baby!” Is Perfectly Crafted

April 11, 2019

“Wasteland, Baby!” graced the world’s presence on March 1, 2019, to millions of anxious listeners. Those who anticipated the release were pleased to witness 11 brand new songs, and 3 songs pulled over from a previous EP entitled “Nina Cried Power.” Each song feels carefully crafted with love and appreciation for the material. Some notable tracks throughout the album, for either their uniqueness or their power, are “Nina Cried Power (ft. Mavis Staples),” “To Noise Making (Sing),” “Talk,” and the titular track “Wasteland, Baby!”

Review: “Happy Death Day 2U” Is Too Cheesy to be Horrific

Review: “Happy Death Day 2U” Is Too Cheesy to be Horrific

March 22, 2019

A Valentine's Day horror movie, “Happy Death Day 2U” is the sequel to the 2017 film “Happy Death Day” and continues the plot with the same characters. “Happy Death Day” mixed teen slasher flick with a horror twist on “Groundhog Day” and a sharp sense of humor. Tree Gelbman, a college student, lived through the day of her murder in the hands of a creepy baby-masked killer again and again until she became a more caring human being and a vengeful strategic thinker.

Review: “While We Wait” is a Beautiful Projection of Human Experience

Review: “While We Wait” is a Beautiful Projection of Human Experience

March 14, 2019

The multifaceted nature of relationships, and therefore of human beings, is a core component of this mixtape.

Review: Family-Owned Simmer Does Not Disappoint

Review: Family-Owned Simmer Does Not Disappoint

February 10, 2019

Petaluma, a beacon of high-quality Vietnamese restaurants, is well-known for the popular restaurant nestled in the Plaza North Shopping Center: Simmer. The family-owned restaurant was established by brothers Nhat and Sonny Le back in 2013. Since then, the business has been flourishing and Simmer has been locally regarded as one of Petaluma’s top Vietnamese restaurants.

Review: “Fallout 76” Falls Short of Expectations

Review: “Fallout 76” Falls Short of Expectations

January 10, 2019

For a game that spent months after its announcement at E3 focusing on marketing and pushing its online multiplayer platform, Fallout 76 is an incredibly lonely a...

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