My Nü Religion is THEY.

My Nü Religion is THEY.

Hanna Nygard

March 31, 2017


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Through strobe lights and a haze of smoke, “THEY.” rose up above the crowd, in the San Francisco Social Hall, to exceed the standards the audience had for a new group. Dante Jones and Drew Love created their own R&B and rap duo, formed in Los Angeles. This is THEY.’s first tour as an official...

Need a New Obsession? SKAM Fits the Bill.

Need a New Obsession? SKAM Fits the Bill.

Celeste Moore

March 31, 2017


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In recent weeks, a small but growing portion of the internet has become obsessed with a Norwegian teen drama called “Skam,” which documents the struggles, dreams, hookups, and hangups of a group of 16 and 17-year-old students. “Skam,” which translates to “shame” in English, is an easy binge-watch...

Reviews of the 2017 Oscar Best Picture Nominees

Reviews of the 2017 Oscar Best Picture Nominees

Calvin Rosevear and Calvin Rosevear

March 28, 2017


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MOONLIGHT Moonlight came out as the Best Picture winner after some awkward confusion on stag e. The film follows the life of a black and closeted gay man growing up in the projects of Miami, befriending a drug dealer as a kid and coping with school bullying and his single mother’s addiction as he g...

Hold On For Take Off: A Bird’s Eye View and Review of Seaplane Adventures

Hold On For Take Off: A Bird’s Eye View and Review of Seaplane Adventures

Ethan Swope

March 21, 2017


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I step up into my seat, making sure not to hit my head on the low ceiling. I attach my seat belt, what appears to be the only thing that will keep me from falling out of the sky. I lower my headset on to my ears. And then Brian, our pilot, does a sound check. There are six of us—Brian T and next to...

Indian Restaurant Review

Indian Restaurant Review

Ravi Joshi-Wander

March 10, 2017


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With Southern Marin being home to a wide variety of Indian restaurants, it can be hard to discern between the restaurants that offer cuisine of the best quality as opposed to large amounts of food that is at best mediocre and at worst disgusting. After trying the food of three local Indian restauran...

Sweet/Sexy/Savage

Sweet/Sexy/Savage

Kavi Dolasia

March 10, 2017


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Since the release of her Grammy-nominated mixtape “You Should Be Here” almost two years ago, Kehlani’s sophomore album has been a highly anticipated release. Hailing from the Bay Area, the R&B singer is known for balancing her soulful, intimate tracks with exuberant, catchy pop anthems. Her latest ...

Hairs the Deal with Self Expression

Hairs the Deal with Self Expression

Lola Leuterio

March 9, 2017


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It was lunch, and I was sitting at the picnic benches eating a PB&J with my two best friends, Lily and Ava. Ava pulled two friendship bracelets from her trip to Mexico out of her lunch box: one bright pink, orange, and yellow, and the other black, brown, and dark green. I wanted the one with the ...

KiTea Catastrophe

KiTea Catastrophe

Calvin Rosevear

March 9, 2017


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On Market and Gough, sits KitTea, a mix between a cafe and a cat playground. You go in, pet cats, and drink tea, basically the single whitest thing anyone could possibly do. As a dog owner, I would’ve been happy to go my whole life without knowing about cat cafes. Let me explain how I ended up in this ...

Overlooked Albums of 2016

Overlooked Albums of 2016

Ravi Joshi-Wander & Abby Frazee

March 2, 2017


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2016 was one of the biggest years for music in recent times, with Beyoncé, Frank Ocean, David Bowie, Radiohead and dozens of other major artists releasing fantastic, critically-acclaimed albums. However,  there were many other great albums that flew under the radar of the average listener. The follo...

Hidden Figures Review

Hidden Figures Review

Raqshan Kahn

February 2, 2017


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Taking place in 1960’s Virginia, where Jim Crow’s racial segregation was a fact of life and workplace sexism was widely accepted, Hidden Figures tells the story of three brilliant African American women working at NASA to put the first man into space. Based on the nonfiction book of the same tit...

Supermarket or Restaurant? Tam Tam Ramen Pushes the Boundaries

Dahlia Zail

February 2, 2017


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Joining Mill Valley’s culinary scene is the new ramen restaurant Tam Tam Ramen. The restaurant is a collaboration between Whole Foods and Genji, a Philadelphia- based company that operates sushi bars in over 190 Whole Foods across the country. This restaurant is their first venture selling food toge...

The Movement That Crossed the Country: Our Stories

The Movement That Crossed the Country: Our Stories

Arya Guinney, Birggita Danielson, Ginger Lazarus, Maddie Wall, Elissa Asch

February 2, 2017


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  Washington D.C.: ETHICS SCHMETHICS,” “FAKE TAN, FAKE MAN.” And my personal favorite; “I can’t believe I still have to protest this shit” from an elderly woman. These are just a few signs I saw at the Women’s March on Washington. Standing on Independence Street,  you didn’t need...

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