We all know very well how stressful school, exams, work, and just regular public interactions everyday can be, but we don’t always want to escape it entirely. Breaks and relaxation are wonderful things and going to a local regional park to hike or just sit down by yourself or with a friend is one of … Continue reading Hiking in Lake Chabot: Leaving Civilization for Only a Little Bit
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What would you do if your town suddenly became the starting point of a foreign invasion? What would you do if your father was murdered right in front of your eyes? The young people of Spokane, Washington in Red Dawn form a guerrilla unit called the Wolverines to gain back their town. Red Dawn is … Continue reading Movie Review: Red Dawn
Bare Blogger Dooee Kim had the opportunity to chat with Sam Mendes, director of the 23rd spy film in the Bond Series, Skyfall, via conference call on his recent work. Although it was his first Bond film, he was able to create a solid film coherent with the series, and of course, infused with his … Continue reading The Inside Scope on Skyfall from the Director’s Perspective!
What would be the one word I would use to describe the hellpit of death-moshing, choking fumes, and sweaty makeouts that just seems so essential to a Crystal Castles concert? Glorious. Absolutely glorious. Having been lucky enough to score two tickets for my lovely friend and myself, we headed out to Fox Theater on October 22, 2012 that … Continue reading Crazed at Crystal Castles
Emo-Indie icon, Ben Gibbard, is back and his solo debut album, “Former Lives,” brings us Gibbard in his purest– with a voice sweeter than honey and with more heartsickness than an 11-year old “Belieber.” His new album is fresh air and a mark of maturity in composing, especially for those who expect homogeneity and that old … Continue reading Album Review: Ben Gibbard’s "Former Lives"
As I think back on a couple friday’s ago, on September 29th to be exact, I still find myself in this whimsical, dreamy daze. Baltimore, Maryland natives Beach House, consisting of the adorable duo that is Victoria Legrand (on vocals and the organ) and Alex Scally (on guitar and keyboard), performed at the Fox Theatre in … Continue reading Dreaming about Beach House
Earlier this summer, I heard a song on the radio that I instantly fell in love with. Unfortunately I didn’t catch the name, but it played again maybe 15 minutes later on a different station. This time around, I discovered who this artist was and what would be one of my new favorite songs: “The … Continue reading Hypeworthy: Kendrick Lamar