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Film, Film & TV, Film fest

Dispatch: A Saturday Filled with Films at Day 3 of Sundance Film Festival

By this point in most film festivals, there’s typically been a lot of take-out food, very little sleep and more movies in a single day than some people see in […]

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Film, Film & TV, Film fest

Dispatch: A Second Day of Films at Sundance Brings Hits…and One Big Miss

Rita Moreno

When you’ve got two film critics with nothing to do but watch films from home during the Sundance Film Festival, daily dispatches turn into hefty reading material. On the second […]

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Film, Film & TV, Film fest

Dispatch: Highlights from Day One at a Virtual Sundance Film Festival

The winter storm that blew through Chicago this week might not have been welcomed by some, but for those of us used to heading to the snowy mountains each January […]

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Features, Music, Reviews

2020 in Review: What We Liked in Music

Much like everything else in 2020, music was a little weird. Amazing albums came out bereft of the typical touring cycle and songs got lost under the weight of COVID […]

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Game, Games & Tech, Review

Review: Torchlight III on Nintendo Switch Is a Mixed Bag

Guest author: Alex Orona Torchlight is a popular isometric action RPG series that has gained a cult following since its inception in the days of the Xbox 360. Now with […]

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Features, Music

Bandcamp Friday Is Back and We Have Some Local Music Suggestions for You!

At this point, Bandcamp Fridays should be ingrained in every music fan’s minds.  The online music platform Bandcamp has been waiving their fees on the site the first Friday of […]

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Features, Music

Bandcamp Is Waiving Its Fees Again; Many Labels & Bands Are Donating Their Share to Worthwhile Causes

Back in March and then again in May, Bandcamp decided to waive their fees on the site for a day, letting their cut of the profits go to the artists […]

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Front page

Your #StaytheFHome Curated Weekend: 3/26 and Beyond

It’s another week at home and we have plenty of new suggestions on how to spend your quarantined days! Dancing, plays, artists, and more are highlighted in this week’s curated […]

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Music

Bandcamp is Waiving Its Fees Today; Here are Some Bands You Should Support!

COVID-19 has put the breaks on the music industry for the time being. Local venues have shut down till April at the earliest. Some like The Vic, The Riviera, and […]

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Front page

Your #StaytheFHome Curated Weekend: 3/19 and Beyond

In these trying times of staying home to flatten the curve of Covid-19, we’re sure you need a little entertainment to fill up your days. So the editors here at […]

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Feature, Stages

For V-Day: A Romantic Night at the Theater

Valentine’s Day conveniently falls on a Friday this year, thus making the whole weekend a V-Day celebration. We asked our theater writers to suggest some romantic theater and dance events […]

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Features, Music, Reviews

2019 in Review: What We Liked in Music, Part 3

It’s been another banner year for music. There have been so many fantastic releases this year that it would be near impossible to rank them in a way that we […]

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