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Crispy As Fuck

On the first Sunday of November, I woke up and took my happy ass to Popeye’s to finally get that elusive chicken sandwich that had caused the country to abandon all common decency.  I thought I was hot shit using the Popeye’s app to order

Kygo & Rita Ora | Carry On | Single Review

RCA / Palm Tree / Sony Classical Rating: Thumbs Up Paired up with Rita Ora’s velvety voice, Kygo brings another summer vacation track as the temperatures start to heat up. Uplifting and almost ethereal, “Carry On” mixes a relaxing mood with melancholic lyrics: “Walking alone

Guest Column

In January I had planned to go to meetings and events for both the Black Student Alliance and Latino Student Alliance, since I am both. I never did. For a couple of months I found myself trying to decide which ethnicity I identified most with.

Blues and Bloodies at YMH

A nod to Black History Month The versatile band Mad Dog Blues played Your Mom’s House’s afternoon event Blues and Bloodies with Mad Dog Friedman on harmonica, Stevie D. and Sean Bennight on acoustic guitars, Clark Chanslor on the stand-up bass, Jeff Becker on the

Shadiest lightrail station in the city

Where to avoid at all costs, whenever possible Unfortunately, this is not about which light rail station has the amplest amount of big, leafy trees to provide sufficient shade in the middle of summer. And it’s a fact that those shelters turn into sweatboxes once

Guest column

I’m currently in the midst of finally changing my last name, something that I’ve been meaning to do for years now but life had always interfered, and it’s had to be repeatedly pushed back until a later date. There’s fingerprinting, background checks, petitioning, and proofs