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Review: The Bear

With Amazon’s Lord of the Rings show, Star Wars’ Andor, and HBO’s House of the Dragon, it’s becoming harder to find quality shows that aren’t already part of a shared universe. However, FX — now integrated through Disney+ Star —

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Review: Prey

Warning: this review contains mild spoilers for Prey based only on trailers and promotional materials, as well as spoilersfor previous Predator films. I’ll be honest, I’ve never been a fan of the Predator franchise. With other iconic ‘80s monster films

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Review: The Batman

Warning: this review contains mild spoilers for The Batman based only on trailers and promotional materials, as well as spoilers for past Batman films. The Batman has had quite a tumultuous journey to the big screen. First announced back in

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Review: The Afterparty

From Ted Lasso to Mythic Quest, Apple’s quality of original shows offered through their Apple TV+ subscription service has been impressively high. By the end of its eight near 35-minute episodes, The Afterparty, a new whodunit comedy series brought to

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Review: Uncharted

Warning: this review contains mild spoilers for Uncharted based only on trailers and promotional materials, as well as spoilers for the video game series. After the departure of six directors (including notables like David O. Russell, Shawn Levy, and Travis

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Culture

Ghost kitchens: The future of food or just another fad?

When I walked into the food establishment aptly named “Ghost Kitchens,” located on 11729 Jasper Avenue, I was shocked to see nothing but a small store outfitted with basic food preparation and storage necessities. There was limited seating space, barely

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Review: The Power of the Dog

Warning: this review contains mild spoilers for The Power of the Dog based only on trailers and promotional materials. Netflix’s The Power of the Dog is currently cleaning up award season. Winning the Golden Globe for best motion picture in

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Nash 84 Journalism Conference

NASH 84, Canada’s largest student journalism conference, created by the Canadian University Press (CUP), took place over the weekend of Feb. 25-27. The three-day virtual event was hosted by Montréal’s The Concordian, Concordia University’s student publication and CUP member. The

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People

Creative Spotlight: Kurt McLeod

After nearly two decades of screenwriting, Kurt McLeod’s name is finally up in lights. At the end of last year, Copshop, a script McLeod’s been developing for over seven years, was finally made into a major motion picture. Growing up

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