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A Pants Holder-upper — Fashion for your waistband

09.11.2014 – 10:01 pm |

It’s time for another non-conventional review, last time I covered my personified car, this time I am going to the other extreme and write about my belt.

Food of the Gods — Local wine bar brings the tasty

09.11.2014 – 10:00 pm |

Local restaurant and wine bar Nectar is aptly named because the overall experience the diner is left with is comparable to an out-of-body revelation.

Roxanne’s Review

08.22.2014 – 11:18 am |

This is a review of my car. I know you are probably used to reading reviews of books, movies, even music. I am here to give you something totally different. I think my car deserves …

RAWR Reviews—A very ‘Frozen’ movie

01.23.2014 – 6:23 pm |

There is no resisting a movie that has a talking snowman singing happily and ignorantly about his dreams of summertime. 

“It’s ‘Epic’”

11.07.2013 – 9:44 pm |

Sometimes it’s nice to take a step back from the busy, stressed life of a college student and watch a light-hearted film that allows all those worries from the week to melt away in the …

Beware ‘The Shining’

10.24.2013 – 11:23 pm |

You’ll never look at a hotel the same way again. Or a five-year-old. Or even a bathtub. 

BbLearn, UI app

10.03.2013 – 9:14 pm |

Walking around the University of Idaho campus, there are a majority of students with smartphones, tablets or other devices such as iPods. These devices have become  an integrated part of the advancing technological culture in …

‘Pocket God’ — See how your choices as God turn out

09.26.2013 – 9:20 pm |

An app built for stress relief and procrastination, Pocket God allows you to play God. Whether you are merciful to your caveman subjects or just plain angry and want to kill them over and over …

The Lone Ranger

07.09.2013 – 7:50 pm |

Gore Verbinski, director of “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl” and “The Ring,” brings to cinemas the classic American icon of good, justice and morality with “The Lone Ranger.” I’m not …

Arg Reviews — Into Darkness

06.11.2013 – 9:07 pm |

I’m just going to say it, I love Star Trek. I especially love “Star Trek: The Original Series,” which ran as a TV show from 1966-69 and the series of movies  from 1979-1991. It’s difficult …

Arg Reviews — Iron Man 3

05.30.2013 – 4:31 pm |

Director Shane Black took over the Iron Man franchise with the mediocre addition of Iron Man 3. While fun and entertaining, this film did have some outstanding problems.

One bad cat: ‘Cats and Dogs’

04.25.2013 – 9:03 pm |

In a world where dogs double as secret agents and cats are trained ninjas with a fierce leader attempting to rule over the human race, there is only one question: who will rise to the …

Rawr reviews — ‘Zombies, Run!’

02.28.2013 – 9:10 pm |

I hate running. I never do it unless I absolutely have to — catching planes and getting to class on time would be the only times I ever run. I’ve also wanted to take part …

ZZZZ…Zombies — Zombie love story a snoozer

02.07.2013 – 6:45 pm |

Terror is inspired in people everywhere when they see the logo for Summit Entertainment — a simple white line over a black background that forms a mountain. Doesn’t sound familiar? Summit Entertainment is the film …

Rango — Lively characters and classic Western plot elements form film worth watching

01.30.2013 – 1:55 pm |

After a theatrical pet chameleon is accidently thrown out of his owner’s car, he finds himself in an Old West town populated by desert animals. Wanting to fit in and make something of himself, he …

Linden String Quartet — Cleveland based string quartet played concert Jan 17. in administration auditorium

01.24.2013 – 5:23 pm |

The Auditorium Chamber Music Series continued Jan. 17 as the Linden String Quartet played a concert at the University of Idaho’s Administration Auditorium. The Linden String Quartet is the third chamber ensemble to play at …

Django — A spaghetti western and nothing more

01.16.2013 – 9:57 pm |

“Django Un- chained” has all the workings for a classic Quentin Tarantino movie and it does deliver.

Django — Despite controversy, Tarantino’s latest is award worthy

01.16.2013 – 9:46 pm |

In Quentin Tarintino’s lat- est film, Django Unchained, the director pays homage toward the spaghetti west- erns of the 60s while also portraying the brutality of slave culture.

Wreck-it Ralph — Childhood video arcade games recieve the nostalgia they deserve on the big screen

11.29.2012 – 4:01 pm |

Many die-hard fans of childhood simplicity moaned at the ending of the “Toy Story” trilogy in 2010.

Metal riffs — Local bands cultivate metal music culture in Moscow, surrounding region

09.13.2012 – 12:58 pm |

There aren’t many metal bands around Moscow and Pullman, but groups like The Persevering Promise and Strychnine stick it out for the love of the music.

With fiddle and soul — “Sigh No More” offers beauty, concentrated honesty

09.13.2012 – 12:48 pm |

These boys made me fall in love with the banjo all over again.

More than a fairytale — Humor and adventure in one cinematic experience

08.23.2012 – 8:22 pm |

There are a lot of things wrong with the film Ladyhawke. The soundtrack is jarring and out of place with the setting, some of the acting is a little on the campy side and the …

Lorax love — Dr. Suess does it again

08.16.2012 – 10:03 pm |

I have officially decided The Lorax is my favorite Dr. Seuss movie adaptation. 

No kidding

07.25.2012 – 4:40 pm |

If you’re a fan of any Jonah Hill movie, then you’re aware that he is a most unsuitable babysitter.

True colors

07.25.2012 – 4:38 pm |

The band Baroness does not seem to repeat themselves—ever. It seems the Georgia based quartet is a bit shifty that way. The band is notorious for finding a sound, fiddling with it, honing it, then …

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