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Weekly List: Festive

Weekly List: Festive

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01/16/2018

People look forward to the new year for many reasons: resolutions, a fresh start, the Rose Parade. But my excitement stems from one thing and one thing only: music festival lineups. You may respond to this with, “But Claire, you’ve never actually been to a music festival.” And to that I say, “Let me dream!!!”…

10 Amazing Movies You Missed In 2017

10 Amazing Movies You Missed In 2017

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01/05/2018

As 2017 is now behind us and various year-end Top Ten lists roll out, we’d like to shine a spotlight on some of those great films that may have not been on your radar in the last year – movies that weren’t huge blockbusters, movies that weren’t featured on the Voice’s Top Ten list, movies…

Weekly List: Baila Conmigo (Part 3)!

Weekly List: Baila Conmigo (Part 3)!

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01/02/2018

The time has finally come… you’re leaving Georgetown behind for five glorious months in Spain! And right on time, the Latin Pop soundtrack to your semester has arrived.   1. Piso 21 and Maluma: “Me Llamas – Remix” As you say your goodbyes in December, your crush tells you to call him if you need…

<i>Black Mirror</i>: Top 5 Episodes

Black Mirror: Top 5 Episodes

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01/02/2018

Black Mirror is one of the most intelligent shows out today. Created in 2011 by Charlie Brooker, the science fiction anthology series contains standalone episodes that deal with often satirical, and sometimes incredibly dark themes surrounding technology and modern society’s relationship with it. So, in honor of everyone’s favorite screwed up show returning for its…

The Magic of <i>Mrs. Maisel</i>

The Magic of Mrs. Maisel

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12/29/2017

In a previous piece about Gilmore Girls, I trashed the show because that’s what it is: garbage. It perpetuates a ton of stereotypes about women and about relationships, and I wanted none of it despite the fact that I gleefully watched all of it. So I was happily surprised when the show’s creator came out…

<i>The Reel Pulpit</i>: Hot Takes on <i>The Last Jedi</i>

The Reel Pulpit: Hot Takes on The Last Jedi

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12/16/2017

On the latest episode of The Reel Pulpit, Graham Piro and Mike Bergin discuss the latest installment in the epic Star Wars franchise, in theaters today, Dec. 15. Check out Graham’s full review here. http://media.blubrry.com/voicepodcastnetwork/p/georgetownvoice.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Star-wars-ULP-121517-3.44-PM.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

2018 Golden Globes: Thoughts on the TV Nominations

2018 Golden Globes: Thoughts on the TV Nominations

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12/12/2017

This week, the Golden Globes announced their film and television nominations. I’ve decided to take a look at the latter, and discuss my reactions, thoughts, and everything in between. But first, some overall takes on the nominations as a whole. Netflix continues to prove their worth and staying power as the premier streaming service. It…

The <i>Voice</i>‘s Favorite Holiday Music

The Voice‘s Favorite Holiday Music

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12/11/2017

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The time for tree decorating, family gatherings, and sweet holiday tunes. In honor of the season, here are some of Halftime’s picks for the best holiday music to sing and dance along to as the year draws to a close. “Hanukkah in Santa Monica” — Tom Lehrer As…

Weekly List: A Sufjan Stevens Christmas — Deep Cuts Edition

Weekly List: A Sufjan Stevens Christmas — Deep Cuts Edition

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12/11/2017

It’s the holiday season once again, and that means it’s high time to revisit one of Halftime’s (read: my) favorite Christmas albums. Sufjan Stevens’ one-hundred-song ode to the Christmas holiday is a wondrous and weird compilation of beloved classics and super original deep cuts. So for the third (and final) time, Halftime Presents: A Sufjan…

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