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Wii U just an update

Sergio Pecanha color illustration of Sony Playstation vs Nintendo Wii, set up as paddles in a game of Pong.

Nathan Mendelowitz

September 19, 2012

With the always changing environment in the video game world, it’s no surprise to see a new console being released this holiday season. However, the Wii U, which gaming giant Nintendo is releasing, is nothing more than a glorified Wii not worth the time and money of gamers and shows a growing trend o...

Today’s young popstars have no talent

Miley Cyrus at a concert::McClatchy Tribune

KIMBERLY P. MITCHELL

November 10, 2010

Cole Mayer What hath the normally good music world wrought? Young stars with little to no talent, such as Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber and Taylor Momsen. These stars are near-ubiquitous in today's society, when they really should just go away. There once was a man who performed on stage, his mullet sway...

Justin Timberlake rocks Arco Arena

Justin Timberlake stopped at Arco Arena Tuesday. :Media Credit: Courtesy: Abaca Press/Focus Features/MCT

Abaca Press

September 28, 2007

Scheduled start time for the Justin Timberlake concert: 7:30 p.m. Fans waited anxiously just to hear his voice. At 8:30 p.m. concert-goers became restless and weary, and started saying things like "Did you read the tickets right - are you sure it was 7:30?" and "Is he coming?" At 9 p.m. he finally s...

Promises kept in new mob movie

Viggo Mortenson (right) is one of the main characters in new Russian mob movie, out last Friday.:Courtesy: Peter Mountain/Focus Features/MCT

Peter Mountain

September 25, 2007

Canadian director David Cronenberg has once again crafted an excellent movie with his "A History of Violence" leading man Viggo Mortensen. "Eastern Promises" delivers on its promises of being a ruthless mob film and a solid thriller. The film follows Anna Khitrova, a London midwife played by Naomi Wa...

’28 Weeks Later’: Not quite infectiously fun

photo courtesy mctcampus.com

Brandon Wolfe

May 17, 2007

In 2002's "28 Days Later," a viral outbreak ran rampant across London, turning the populace into bloody eyed, insane zombies (well, if you want to get technical, they were ill people with zombie-like qualities, not the walking dead). A band of survivors had to make it out of the city alive, dealing ...