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<i>Tiger King</i>: A Social Distraction or Moral Void?

Tiger King: A Social Distraction or Moral Void?

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04/18/2020

Hey there all you cool cats and kittens. Buckle up, because Netflix’s documentary mini-series Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness is one hell of a ride.  If someone told me at the beginning of the year that I would spend April in isolation obsessed with a show about a polyamorous, gay, mullet-sporting, redneck zoo owner…

Audienceless Late-Night: Can Live Performance Go Digital?

Audienceless Late-Night: Can Live Performance Go Digital?

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04/17/2020

The top comment on Stephen Colbert’s first audienceless Late Show monologue reads “This feels like it was taped after Thanos snapped,” a reference to the post-apocalyptic world of 2019’s Avengers: Endgame. There’s no denying the eerie feeling of watching a conventional medium abandon its formula due to the unnerving set of recent events. With no…

Ranking Every Nicolas Cage Movie on Netflix

Ranking Every Nicolas Cage Movie on Netflix

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04/17/2020

Look, you’re in quarantine and there’s only so many episodes of Tiger King out there. Eventually, you’re going to get bored enough to watch a film starring the man, the myth, the legend, Nicolas Cage. Anticipating this eventuality, Netflix has provided 10* diverse offerings featuring the best over-actor of all time. I watched all of…

The Weekly List: Ryan & Watson Edition

The Weekly List: Ryan & Watson Edition

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04/14/2020

Ryan and Watson are kinda the same person—and that’s really okay. They’re living in the same building for two years running, they have the same job title for the Voice (assistant news editor), and it isn’t unusual for them to spend consecutive 12-hour days studying together. Due to the pandemic, however, their 20-second commute down…

Time To Let Go: A Panic! Retrospective

Time To Let Go: A Panic! Retrospective

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04/13/2020

On a humid June night, my friends and I danced on the discount-ticket lawn to Panic! At The Disco’s throbbing melodies and Brendon Urie’s sonorous voice. Our long shadows stretched up the indigo hillside, our sweaty bodies bleached in the stadium lighting. Before us, the stage glimmered like a Las Vegas dancefloor; Urie’s thin frame…

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