Entertainment, Web Content

JIGSAW: A Spooky Review

By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor I remember renting movies at Blockbuster and seeing the cover for Saw, and thinking, “well that looks disgusting.” I gave in a couple of years later and watched the first two movies. Yes, the movies are extremely gory, but the plot twist at the end of Saw was amazing. […]

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Entertainment, Web Content

The Importance of South Park

By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor Mark your calendars. South Park returns today! Tune in to Comedy Central at 9pm to catch the season premiere of season 21. Yes, season 21, can you believe it? South Park premiered on Comedy Central on August 13th, 1997. The show is older than me. There is no doubt […]

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Entertainment, Web Content

Bringin’ the Oldies Back at Blue Starlite

By Jashel Negron Blog Content Contributor Do you ever wish you had a time machine and could go back to when times were simpler? When there were Polaroids, music was played on turntables and diners were the go-to place for hangouts? Lucky for you, the Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In makes you feel as if […]

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Music, Reviews

A Giant Dog: Toy Review

by Jacob Carter Music Journalist Artist: A Giant Dog Album: Toy Release Date: August 25, 2017 Something I really appreciate is when a band is able to evoke a certain place or setting through their music. Every band’s hometown has a huge amount of influence in creating their sound, but some groups embrace that influence […]

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Entertainment, Web Content

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Poor Choices

By Hannah Wisterman Blog Content Contributor WARNING: This review contains spoilers. I’ll be entirely honest: when I first saw the trailer for Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, I was awe-struck. It looked like a whirlwind romp through space, with Avatar-like colors and textures, and I was immediately convinced that it would be […]

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Entertainment, Web Content

Game of Thrones: Season 7 Premiere Recap

By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor It was not even ten minutes into Winter, until a very fierce Stark had us cheering. Walder Frey, orchestrator of the Red Wedding, was presenting a toast to his family. If your memory is not clear of Walder’s fate, you might have thought this was a flashback, or Bran […]

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Entertainment, Web Content

Summer Survival: Entertainment

By Asia Daggs Blog Content Contributor Originally posted on April 15, 2016. Summer is almost here and I know my fellow couch potatoes will be in need of a good list of books, movies and shows to live off of. My summer breaks are mainly spent working and hanging out with friends and family, but […]

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News

Springtown Development to Enhance San Marcos Entertainment

By Laura Aebi News Reporter The mostly-empty shopping center on Springtown Way in San Marcos has big plans for the next year, what once was a bustling shopping center with a Target and Bennigan’s has been nearly empty for almost a decade. The lot currently includes a Bath and Body Works, a Twin Liquors, an […]

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