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Superhero showdown

Superhero showdown

Anna Stockton and Sophie Starnes

April 25, 2018


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TRL Audio Extra - "Ranking the Marvel movies" Editor's note: In anticipation of “Avengers: Infinity War,” which will release April 27, we thought it would be beneficial to rank all of the movies in the Marvel canon. In defining the criteria for this ranking, we felt that the most important factors to ...

Review: ‘A Quiet Place’ thrills audience despite simplicity

Review: ‘A Quiet Place’ thrills audience despite simplicity

Grant Vogel, Special to The Red Ledger

April 23, 2018


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It’s difficult to stay quiet during this suspenseful thriller. John Krasinski has proven himself to be more than just the snarky comedian he has shown in his role on “The Office,” but has transitioned into a very competent director and screenwriter. His latest film, “A Quiet Place,” stars...

Playlist: Springing into song

Playlist: Springing into song

Katie Bardwell, Staff Writer

April 16, 2018


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When you step outside and hear the bees buzzing and smell the flowers blooming you want to have some music that goes along with that spring feeling. I have created a playlist that is perfect for this nice 70° weather (and even when it’s 55 or in some cases 90). The music is great for jumping into...

Pumpin’ prom playlist

Pumpin’ prom playlist

Joe Vastano and Falyn Brothers

April 13, 2018


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Editors Note: Some of the songs on this playlist may be explicit and may not be to the liking of all listeners. Please listen at your own risk. The Red Ledger’s Joe Vastano and Falyn Brothers created a pumpin' playlist for prom this weekend. In this playlist are songs that students can listen to...

Review: ‘Invasion of Privacy’ delivers a mixed sound of bold anthems

Review: ‘Invasion of Privacy’ delivers a mixed sound of bold anthems

Noah Van Hooser, Staff Writer

April 10, 2018


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A genre infamously saturated with male dominance, hip-hop has notoriously neglected to take seriously the legitimate talent of female artists. The rise to stardom that rappers like Nicki Minaj and Lil Kim experienced were exceptions in this style of music, and with the release of “Invasion of Priva...

Picture perfect prom locations

Picture perfect prom locations

Shae Daugherty, Staff Writer

April 9, 2018


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Below are the top five prom picture locations for all those planning on a perfect prom evening:

Review: ‘Isle of Dogs’ is a canine caper that’s ‘ruff’ around the edges

Review: ‘Isle of Dogs’ is a canine caper that’s ‘ruff’ around the edges

Joe Cross, Staff Writer

April 9, 2018


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Man’s best friend and Wes Anderson haven’t always been on the greatest of terms. In “The Royal Tenenbaums,” the family dog is run over by Owen Wilson, in “The Life Aquatic,” the dog on the ship is abused repeatedly by pirates, in “Moonrise Kingdom,” the dog is killed with a pair of le...

Review: ‘Boarding House Reach’ is an actualization of a unique eccentricity

Review: ‘Boarding House Reach’ is an actualization of a unique eccentricity

Noah Van Hooser, Staff Writer

April 5, 2018


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Few artists reach a point where unrelenting musical indulgence will be unconditionally rewarded by the following they’ve amassed. Though the band The White Stripes is the most common channel where Jack White has been experienced, he’s accrued a sizable chunk of what is now a loyal fanbase via a ra...

Review: ‘Love, Simon’ provides the story of an innocent love in a modern era

Review: ‘Love, Simon’ provides the story of an innocent love in a modern era

Anna Stockton, Staff Writer

April 3, 2018


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In a world dominated by heterosexual content, the movie industry has failed to marginally represent the LGBT community. With the demand for such movies rising, the cinematic world has responded with queer movies that turned out to be hits: “Carol” (2015), “Moonlight” (2016), and “Call Me by Your ...

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