Dolly Parton is back again to pull at our heartstrings: Netflix will release an anthology centering on Parton’s greatest hits

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By Vanessa Rupertus Elm Staff Writer Emmy award-winning singer-songwriter Dolly Parton has graced us with an unforgettable sound and presence ever since her 1967 debut album, “Hello, I’m Dolly.” Since Netflix announced back in 2018 the development of an eight-part anthology series from the country icon, fans have been eager to see that project finally […]

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Upcoming sci-fi film “Fast Color” seeks to empower

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By Erin Caine Lifestyle Editor Though it’s a dystopian sci-fi film about supernatural abilities, “Fast Color” places the power of family at the center of it all. The film, which was released last year to a limited crowd, marks Julia Hart’s second directorial effort after the 2016 drama, “Miss Stevens” (starring Lily Rabe and Timothée […]

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“The Twilight Zone” makes its TV return

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By Amanda Gabriel Senior Writer Horror media has always been saturated by movies and TV shows that are heavy on the jump scares and light on story, but that trend seems to be on its way out these days. After all, it’s the shows and films that force us to question our conceptions of reality—our […]

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The age-old debate: Are video games bad for us?

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By Erin Caine Lifestyle Editor Video games have long been the subject of some pretty polarized debate. While some see it as just a pastime, others link playing video games to negative health consequences. Recent studies, however, see the potential for gaming as therapy. It might be hard to wrap one’s head around the suggestion […]

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A look at April shows that are worth your time

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By Amanda Gabriel Senior Writer The flowers are blooming, but sometimes you just want to stay in and catch up on all the raved-over shows. A long list of new series and new seasons of fan favorites are all set to return to the small screen this April, including some of the most talked-about shows […]

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The best places in Chestertown to hop on a train headed west with your bindle that contains only an apple ,half a loaf of bread and a big block of cheese.

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By Air and Space Museum Zuul Editor Ah, Chestertown. A peaceful, historic, and tastefully haunted riverside town. Shout-out to D.S. Daniels, by the way. And to the justifiably vengeful spirit of Esther Anderson. You know who else is feeling pretty haunted right about now? The cursed descendants of Esther Anderson’s executioners, certainly, but also plenty […]

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Does it even matter if Captain Marvel is a total lesbian if the movie’s just straight-up war propaganda, anyway?

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By Air and Space Museum Zuul Editor I mean, it’s a pretty hot-button issue right now. I think we all can admit that “Captain Marvel” was pretty intense with that U.S. Air Force worship. Many critics and viewers have already pointed out how the promotional tour leading up to the film was an uneasy cross […]

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Netflix orders docuseries on Washington College

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By Aaaaamanda-manda-manda Show Senior Citizen For those of you who can’t get enough of Washington College during the school year, of feel nostalgic during summer or winter vacation, there’s good news coming your way. Netflix will be launching a new series this winter, called “This is WAC.” The idea was proposed to the media giant’s […]

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Laika Entertainment isn’t just going through the motions: What new innovations will the studio cook up with their fif th stop-motion film, “Missing Link”?

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By Erin Caine Lifestyle Editor Oregon-based Laika Entertainment sits firmly at the forefront of stop-motion animation, despite only being a 13-year-old company. For comparison’s sake, the stop-motion classic “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” came out in 1964. At the moment, Laika only has four feature films under its belt—soon to be five—but all four managed to […]

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The huge potential behind a Tiny Desk

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By Amanda Gabriel Senior Writer As with every year, there’s a lot of buzz surrounding National Public Radio’s (NPR) annual Tiny Desk Contest. From March 12 to April 14, the station will be on the hunt for hidden, fresh musical talent. The show has an impressive rap sheet, with appearances from the likes of Chance […]

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