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What you missed at the So What?! Music Fest

What you missed on day 2 of the So What?! Music festival in Arlington.

From Animal Crossing: New Horizons to Among Us, video games kept many people inside and entertained at the beginning of the pandemic. Now, as Omicron surges, video games can be something to do while we wait for the wave to pass.

Whether you’re a newcomer or have lived in Houston for years, figure out what plans in Houston best fit you.

“The Haunting of Bly Manor” is Netflix’s follow up to the critically acclaimed horror series “The Haunting of Hill House”. This time around, show creator Mike Flanagan (known for his horror films, which he has directed, wrote, and edited) beguiles us with his vision of the 1898 Henry James horror novella “The Turn of...

With the holidays just around the corner and winter break almost upon us, the real question is: what are you going to do with all of your free time? Well, if you’re anything like me, then the answer is VIDEO GAMES! I’m here to look at 5 games across every platform that will definitely be on everyone’s Christmas list...

In our modern times, there is a great deal of discourse on climate change. Climate strikes and protests have become the norm, and environmental policy has become a big talking point in the upcoming 2020 election. While it’s important to analyze how climate change is affecting our reality on Earth, it can be...

With the release of Lana Del Rey’s highly anticipated album, Norman F**king Rockwell!, critics and fans alike agree that Del Rey has outdone herself while continuing to foster a musical style unmatched by modern artists. NFR! maintains a cohesive sound, but each song has its own unique energy, which proves Del Rey’s...

Driving to and from school every day can get repetitive. Large cities like Houston are known to have an overwhelming number of vehicles on the road at any given time. This leads to accidents and traffic jams, which can make your commute intolerable. For students that live off-campus, this is a part of a daily...

A large part of Hollywood is taking a very popular novel or book series and showing it on-screen for readers and other audience members to enjoy. We see a lot of book-to-movie adaptions from all kinds of different genres and filmmakers, but now more stories from authors are being introduced to the small...