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“IT” Review

“IT” Review

By Jake Paz-Priel

November 13, 2017

On the surface, director Andres Muschietti’s “It” can be interpreted as a superficial adaptation of Stephen King’s 1986 classic novel; but when analyzed, the film yields an underlying exposition not only on the things we fear, but why we fear them. Like any horror movie worth its salt, “It...

Don’t Put Cream in our Curry!

Don’t Put Cream in our Curry!

By Amina Nakhuda

November 9, 2017

You walk into an Indian restaurant and immediately, a strong aroma tingles your nose. A hint of turmeric, cumin, garam masala … spices, spices, and more spices. You look around and see countless families devouring rice and curry. The walls are lined with fancy decor and paintings of intricate flow...

XXXTentacion Fails to Impress on Debut

XXXTentacion Fails to Impress on Debut

By Ravi Joshi-Wander

October 17, 2017

“I do not value your money, I value your acceptance and loyalty,” claims XXXTentacion in the intro to his debut album 17. After listening to the album in completion, it becomes clear that the Miami-based songwriter is owed neither. XXXTentacion, stage name of 19 year-old Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy, wa...

Still A Rockstar?

Still A Rockstar?

By Cal Mitchell

September 23, 2017

Since the release of his third studio album in July 2016, Philadelphia based rapper nd self proclaimed “rockstar” Lil Uzi Vert has consistently topped the charts. He co-produced the singles “Bad and Boujee,” which reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100, and “XO Tour Life,” which won a V...

One Pickle, Two Jungian Shadows, and Three Souls Connected in a Wormhole

One Pickle, Two Jungian Shadows, and Three Souls Connected in a Wormhole

By Luca Pelo

September 20, 2017

Imagine a show in which the main character turns himself into a pickle to get himself out of family therapy, constructs limbs out of insect carcasses, and then creeps around a maximum security prison, brutally murdering guards; or perhaps one in which the show’s universal voice actor/co-creator is advis...

Game of Thrones Season Seven Review

Game of Thrones Season Seven Review

By Connor Dargan

September 18, 2017

SPOILER ALERT!  IF YOU HAVEN’T FINISHED SEASON 7 OF GAME OF THRONES, DO NOT READ ANY FURTHER!!! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED…   Season seven of HBO’s fantasy TV show Game of Thrones had its finale on August 27 and it was a doozy.  So much was thrown at us in the last 15 minutes of the final...

TiK ToK…#throwback Time (Top 5 Throwback Songs of the Last Decade)

TiK ToK…#throwback Time (Top 5 Throwback Songs of the Last Decade)

By Dahlia Zail and Dahlia Zail

June 5, 2017

Throwback song time!!! And no I’m not talking about ANYTHING recent. I’m talking straight out of elementary school - because we all know that’s where the lit tunes were at. Here’s my top 10: 1. “TiK ToK” by Ke$ha This came out on “Animal,” Ke$ha’s 2010 album. It was one of those ...

The Most Crustworthy Pizza in Mill Valley

The Most Crustworthy Pizza in Mill Valley

By Elise Korngut and Elise Korngut

June 3, 2017

Mill Valley has a bountiful supply of pizza joints, each one with its own distinct style. Whether you’re feeling fancy or lazy, one of the many restaurants is bound to fix your pizza craving. If you just need a classic pizza or you want to step outside your comfort zone, our small town has something...

Master of None Review

Master of None Review

By Birgitta Danielson and Birgitta Danielson

June 2, 2017

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

By Celeste Moore

May 25, 2017

“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

By Marie Hogan

May 3, 2017

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

By Josh Love

May 3, 2017

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, ...