Reviews

Is Khalid really “Freeing his Spirit?”

Before I begin, I must admit I’m a biased reviewer. I love Khalid. Personally, I love his calming effect and atmosphere in every song. His debut album, “American Teen” won the iHeartRadio Music Award...

Bold and Bolder: A Review of Billie Eilish’s New Album

It wasn’t a long time ago that suddenly everyone around me knew the name of Billie Eilish, the 17-year-old younger-than-me pop star whose songs took over all of my friends’ Spotify playlists. Even my...

It’s 90 Degrees Somewhere

From the ashes of one of Dallas’ most iconic and mourned burger joints, rises another, like a blazing, swanky, succulent-filled phoenix. Although hot dogs, patties and Wiener Schnitzels aren’t on the menu this time,...

Age of Digital Love

If I had to guess, I’ve probably read around 300 books in my lifetime. And while many of those were akin to “Magic Treehouse” and “Diary of a Wimpy Kid,” the bulk of the...

Cole Sprouse’s New Movie Is Five Feet Apart From Enjoyable

2 stars There isn’t a person between the ages of 13 to 20 that doesn’t know the name of Cole Sprouse. From his debut in “The Suite Life on Deck” to his more recent...

Thank U, Next on “thank u, next”

On Feb. 8, singer Ariana Grande released her fifth studio album “thank u, next.” According to CNN, Ariana Grande’s new album has pushed her up to the same staggering level of popularity as The...

Serious Slices

In the mood for delicious, big slices of pizza in a hip, urban atmosphere? Then think about trying Serious Pizza in Deep Ellum. Its name is definitely appropriate because it is one serious pizza...

Look On the Upside

Five years after the French movie “Les Intouchables” took the world by storm, “The Upside,” an English remake of the wildly successful film, underwhelmed box offices across the country in comparison. “The Upside” follows...

Backstreet’s Back, Alright!

I would say that most of the American population knows the song “I Want It That Way” by the Backstreet Boys. To be frank, that’s the only song I know by them. Even though...

How Ruth Bader Ginsburg Became RBG

//PICTURED ABOVE: In the movie, Marty Ginsburg (Armie Hammer) and Ruth Ginsburg (Felicity Jones) converse before entering the Supreme Court. Photo courtesy of USA Today. “Welcome to Harvard Law School ladies. Let’s go around...