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Chris Frantz’s Novel “Remain In Love”

Chris Frantz’s Novel “Remain In Love”

Emi Smart, Features Editor October 14, 2021

While not an epic page turner like Debbie Harry’s memoir “Face it,” “Remain In Love”(a nod to Talking Heads’ fourth studio album, “Remain in the Light”) transports the reader to the seventies...

Shalala By Moses Gunn Collective

“Shalala” By Moses Gunn Collective

Elliana Bowers, News Editor September 29, 2021

The track opens with sneering guitars and woozy rhythms, reminiscent of a summertime bliss with pastel hues and warm textures oozing from its core. “Shalala” is a carefree sounding track, although...

Sen Thai Hot Pot: Restaurant Review

Sen Thai Hot Pot: Restaurant Review

Wesley Gilbride, Features Editor August 30, 2021

Over the last eight years, locals have come to know and love the Northern Tai dishes from Wild Rose, one of downtown Bend’s most popular restaurants. Winning multiple awards—Restaurant of the year...

Revisiting Season 4 of “Rick and Morty”

Revisiting Season 4 of “Rick and Morty”

Emi Smart, Features Editor June 14, 2021

Over the last seven years, Adult Swim cartoon “Rick And Morty” has developed a varied cult following: Elon Musk incels, Reddit-dwelling communists and conspiracy theory potheads, among others. Spread...

Disneys Cruella

Disney’s “Cruella”

Elliana Bowers, News Editor June 14, 2021

Aspiring fashion designer, Cruella, is out for her boss’s skin, seeking revenge, in this righteous film set in ‘70’s London, starring the fabulous Emmas—Stone and Thompson—in a rivalistic,...

Amazon Music

Bryce Vine’s Newest Album “Mixed Feelings”

Jared Brees, Staff Writer June 12, 2021

With summer right around the corner now is the time to spice-up your summer playlist with some fresh songs. The question is what songs are worthy of being in your playlist? Luckily popular artist, Bryce...

Lizzy McAlpine: When the World Stopped Moving

Lizzy McAlpine: When the World Stopped Moving

Ella Messih, Former Staff Writer June 11, 2021

Lizzy Mcalpine, an up and coming indie/alternative artist, blows every other singer songwriter out of the water with her second album, capturing the raw emotions of loss, heartbreak and indescribable feelings...

The Independent

“Sometimes I Sit and Think and Sometimes I Just Sit”

India Slodki, Features Editor June 10, 2021

Courtney Barnett’s “Elevator Operator,” the opening track of her 2015 album “Sometimes I Sit and Think and Sometimes I Just Sit,” makes me want to stomp my way into oblivion. A marching drum...

IMDb

Soul Eater

Sophia Thomas, Former Opinions Editor October 14, 2020

I grew up with two older brothers, both of whom were notably weebs. Pokemon games, Magic the Gathering, and science fiction replaced sunday morning cartoons in our household. Of all my brothers’ nerdy...

The Midnight Gospel

The Midnight Gospel

Natasha Visnack, Co-Editor-In-Chief October 9, 2020

While some of the most recent Netflix Originals attempt to engage viewers through shock and wonderment, The Midnight Gospel greets viewers with a meditative, yet insightful experience. As we follow our...

“Clench to Stay Awake” by The Garden

“Clench to Stay Awake” by The Garden

Emi Smart, Features Editor October 9, 2020

Released in March, “Clench To Stay Awake” is the lead track of The Garden’s new album, ​Kiss My Superbowl Ring. ​The band—consisting of twin-duo Fletcher and Wyatt Shears, prioritizes classic...

Euphoria

Euphoria

Thomas Schwiebert, Co-Editor-In-Chief October 7, 2020

Euphoria: a show with grueling depictions of everything but. Dripping with licentious scenes of sex and drugs, the show manages to submerge your heart in an emulsion of curious captivation and abject horror....

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