Arts and Entertainment

Arts and Entertainment

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    Summer in the Queen City

    With vaccinations now open to everyone aged sixteen and up and hopefully the final spurt of cold temperatures and snow behind us, it is now...

  • Top 7 Food That You Will See During Lunar New Year

    People know some information about the Lunar New Year, but they don’t really know about the cuisine that the Chinese people eat during that day....

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    Eight Steps to a Great Vacation

    Sometimes planning a vacation can be stressful. Many questions may come to mind. Where to go? What to pack? How much money is needed? What...

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    Five Things You Say If You Play Guitar

    “Okay, this doesn’t look THAT hard,” I said to myself while clicking on another Jimmy Page solo. Since I started playing six years ago, I’ve...

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    Don’t Be a Drag, Be a Queen

    Even though Ru-Paul’s Drag Race first aired in 2009, it has recently been booming with popularity, gaining more and more following, multiple spin-offs and now...

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    A Look at The Sneaker World

    Think sneakers are a “waste of money” or “just a pair of shoes”? While taken at face value this is definitely valid and of course...

  • 11 Genre Bending and Culturally Significant Songs

    Songs That Keep the World Moving It can be hard to try to put yourself into the perspective of someone who was alive during the...

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    Book Review: Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom

    William and Ellen Craft’s Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom is an accessible, exciting, and true freedom narrative originally published in 1860. By Annie McClure...

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    Book Review: The Best Place on Earth

    Ayelet Tsabari’s The Best Place on Earth is an engaging short story collection. But don’t be fooled by the title: most of the stories in...

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    Book Review: A Year Full of Short Stories

    Angela McAllister’s collection teaches lessons and introduces cultures in a fun and accessible way By Annie McClure The Activist guest reviewer A Year Full of...