Master of None Review

Master of None Review

Birgitta Danielson and Birgitta Danielson

June 2, 2017


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Over the past year, I have eagerly awaited the return of Aziz Ansari’s Netflix show, Master of None. I watched the first season in a matter of two days, which makes it one of the first television programs I really binged. Before that show, I didn’t really understand the point of choosing TV over sleep. I fi...

Archie Goes Dark

Archie Goes Dark

Celeste Moore

May 25, 2017


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“Riverdale,” the noir spinoff of the Archie franchise on the CW, is not your father’s Archie comic. It no longer follows kids with 70s haircuts and all American lifestyles, but a brooding, attractive, and diverse group of teens with affairs and angles. It chucks the comics’ old clichés for ...

Bill is Back

Bill is Back

Marie Hogan

May 3, 2017


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Pop quiz! What do an aging man laughing at his own jokes, a serious scientific panel, a live audience, and supermodel Karlie Kloss all have in common? Answer: they’re all key components of Bill Nye (the science guy’s) new TV show, “Bill Nye Saves the World,” whose first season debuted on n...

Fashion that Addresses Identity

Fashion that Addresses Identity

Josh Love

May 3, 2017


Filed under Lifestyles, Profiles, Reviews

Most people think of fashion as regarding simply aesthetics, but for Paloma Tenorio, fashion is a way to “play with” and “navigate” identity. In early April, Tenorio, and her mother Lisa Tenorio opened their own clothing store, Baba Yaga, located at 510 Caledonia Street in Sausalito. Tenorio, ...

Logan: A New Breed of the Superhero Movie

Logan: A New Breed of the Superhero Movie

Piper Goeking

April 27, 2017


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Marvel Studios has gained one of its greatest achievements in James Mangold’s Logan.  The final instalment of the X-Men Origins: Wolverine saga is a mutant itself; Western, action, sci-fi, and drama elements are all on display in such a way that has some critics calling for a Best Picture nomination.  The film...

FUTURE and HNDRXX: So Close in Time but So Far Apart

FUTURE and HNDRXX: So Close in Time but So Far Apart

Emily Pavis, Maxwell Williams

April 18, 2017


Filed under Lifestyles, Music, Reviews

FUTURE  By Emily Pavis From Atlanta, “street banger” rapper, Future grew up with the nickname “The Future of Rap” due to his musical talent in his youth. This sobriquet wasn’t too far off considering that this trap artist was the number one on the Artist 100 Billboard in 2015, 15 of h...

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...

KiTea Catastrophe

KiTea Catastrophe

Calvin Rosevear

March 9, 2017


Filed under Lifestyle, Lifestyles, Reviews

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 ...

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