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Virtual golf changes industry

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the United States had a 9.1% unemployment rate for the month of September. No matter what the occupation, people all across the…

Movie is “One for All”

Movie is “One for All”

The film, The Three Musketeers directed by Paul W.S. Anderson, follows a young boy wanting to reach his dream of becoming a musketeer. When we meet D’Artagan, played by  Logan…

Festival rich with blues this year

This years Deep Innovators Blues Festival had a fantastic variety of soul and styles from the fabulous women of the blues. Kicking off the show was Hayes and Fleming featuring…

Arkam City improves on already solid series

Arkam City improves on already solid series

A year has passed since Batman rescued the citizens of Gotham City from the rampage and chaos that was Arkham Asylum. The Joker was able to inject himself with the…

iPhone 4S underwhelms

iPhone 4S underwhelms

For a good chunk of people, Apple’s newest iPhone, the iPhone 4S, is a major letdown from a company that its fans expect to be on the cutting edge of…

Real Steel holds its own

Real Steel holds its own

In the near future, ex-boxer protagonist, Charlie Kenton (Hugh Jackman), is down on his luck: deep in debt and scrapping robot boxers without a second thought to win fast cash. …

Machine Head goes beyond expectations

Machine Head goes beyond expectations

Machine Head’s The Blackening from 2007 is renowned as one of the modern classics of metal, comparable in significance to the likes of Black Sabbath’s Paranoid and Metallica’s Master of…

The Hunter

Few bands in recent years have managed to combine the raw heaviness, speed, and instrumental skill often associated with the heavy metal genre so seamlessly with progressive as Mastodon has. …