Archive for December, 2012

Fox Tries Again

Fox Tries Again

Posted on 31. Dec, 2012 by Hannah Benson.

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Ben and Kate, a new fall sitcom on Fox, offers a few laughs

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Lincoln Review

Lincoln Review

Posted on 17. Dec, 2012 by admin.

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Lincoln
Steven Spielberg’s latest movie, Lincoln, set a new standard for epic films. Released on Nov. ninth, Lincoln is truly in a genre all its own. Steven Spielberg combines courtroom suspense, comedy, drama, and a biography of Lincoln’s final four months. Lincoln contains three intertwined stories, all focused on Lincoln and other members of the Republican [...]

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Italian American Cuisine only Average

Italian American Cuisine only Average

Posted on 16. Dec, 2012 by Sarah Shroyer.

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Johnny Buccelli’s is a local casual restaurant, with some positives, but a few negatives.

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Skyfall: Bond’s Resurrection

Skyfall: Bond’s Resurrection

Posted on 16. Dec, 2012 by Kelly Chian.

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Back from the dead, Skyfall, a James Bond movie, achieves great heights with nail-biting action, development of characters, and a little bit of romance.

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The Percy Jackson Series Continues

The Percy Jackson Series Continues

Posted on 14. Dec, 2012 by admin.

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The Mark Of Athena Is A Great New Addition To The Percy Jackson Series

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Make your Mongolian Masterpiece

Make your Mongolian Masterpiece

Posted on 14. Dec, 2012 by Hashem Anabtawi.

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BD’s Mongolian Grill will be an amazing addition to your restaurant experiences
By Hashem Anabtawi
Imagine there is a place for a starving teenager. Where choosing exactly what’s desired to eat is the only way to eat; where the amounts of choices of foods are endless. Even for that Friday night date, wanting to go somewhere special [...]

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Life of Pi takes audience on a fantastic journey

Life of Pi takes audience on a fantastic journey

Posted on 14. Dec, 2012 by admin.

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Life of Pi is a recent movie full of beautiful scenery and thought-provoking sequences.
By Rose Paulson
Life of Pi, directed by Ang Lee, beautifully captures Yann Martel’s dramatic novel of a boy stranded on a lifeboat with a tiger. A middle-aged Pi (Irfan Khan), now living in Canada, tells the story of his childhood living in [...]

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A Kick and a Miss

A Kick and a Miss

Posted on 14. Dec, 2012 by admin.

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Playing for Keeps, a new soccer movie, missed their goal of trying to meet the expectations of their audience.

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Follow the North Star Cafe

Follow the North Star Cafe

Posted on 14. Dec, 2012 by Jane Eskildsen.

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Local organic food restaurant continues to keep customers and their stomachs happy.

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Perfect Paradise: Chocolate Café

Perfect Paradise: Chocolate Café

Posted on 14. Dec, 2012 by Miriam Alghothani.

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Local lunch option offers culinary delights.

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From football to fighting for freedom

From football to fighting for freedom

Posted on 14. Dec, 2012 by admin.

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A invasion of Spokane turns Matt Ekert’s life upside down in the movie Red Dawn.

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“Hitchcock” not as great as the master of suspense.

“Hitchcock” not as great as the master of suspense.

Posted on 14. Dec, 2012 by admin.

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Alfred Hitchcock, Psycho, Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren… what could be wrong with this film? An intriguing plot that tells the story of ‘the master of suspense’ while filming his best known work, along with the performances of a great cast, seemed promising before watching Hitchcock.

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Born to Die

Born to Die

Posted on 14. Dec, 2012 by admin.

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Lana Del Rey disappoints fans with her new lack-luster album that lacks a sense of originality.

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