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REVIEW: Sonnenfeld’s adaptation of ‘Misery’ suspenseful, a must-watch for Halloween festivities

Despite being a fan of Stephen King’s work, most of his adaptations do not translate well to film or television. The unconventional atmosphere and themes expressed in his work are often lost in translation. Without the right execution, it can be unintentionally campy and confused. Thankfully, there are several excellent ...

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Apollo Talent Show brings students to center stage

As hundreds of students gathered into the Foy Fitness Center for a talent show. The show was just one of many of the activities that took place during the week of Homecoming.  The show had 16 contestants, and they all brought something different to the table. Apollo, hosted by the ...

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Homecoming’s Step Show brings unity to Greek life, African-American community

Noise. Words muffled, stereos blaring, friends reuniting, families laughing, strangers conversing. Different people connected by this one experience: waiting in anticipation for the Greek life step show. Everyone shoulder to shoulder herding into the small funnel opening of the Foy fitness and recreational center. Suddenly a new noise overpowers the ...

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Review: ‘My Little Pony’ disappointing homage to original series

I have a confession to make: at one point in my life, I was a moderate fan of “My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.” Not only that, but I became a fan of the show during its fandom’s infamous inception of male fans, otherwise known as “bronies.” I would not ...

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Review: ‘Blade Runner’ sequel explores what it means to be human

In 2019, Los Angeles detective Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) patrolled the murky streets of the dystopian metropolis to hunt down and “retire” what is known as a Replicant, an outlawed robotic humanoid originally meant for slave labor that turned rebellious against their human creators soon after their creation. Thirty years ...

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Equality Clarksville hosts ‘Coming Out Picnic’ as place of safety for members

Photos adorn the inside wall of a wooden terrace, held up by pins and strings amid the inconsistent sprinkle of rain. Next to the occasional photo are stories. Some of the stories show hurt, others relief and still others show loss and fear. Among these stories is a common theme: ...

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