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Arts & Events

Curry, in a hurry

Lately I’ve been seriously craving curry. I’ve always loved the creamy but spicy flavor of classic curry, but I’ve especially been craving it because I’ve still got one jar of my mom’s famous mango chutney taunting me on my shelf. Every time I open my cabinet, it’s there, just begging to be dolloped onto a steaming plate of curry and rice. For those of you who are new to curry culture, chutney is the be-all end-all of curry condiments. It’s made from vinegar, brown sugar, chili of some sort (usually...
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2010 successful year for cinema

United States cinema saw many firsts and broke dozens of records in 2010, making it a year to remember for the film industry. Critics and movie-goers alike are anticipating a unique award season in spring 2011. One such outstanding film was Disney-Pixar’s Toy Story 3, which was the highest-grossing film of 2010 both in the U.S. and worldwide. Not only did it break the record for the biggest opening day profit in North America, previously held by Shrek the Third, but its release also marked the highest grossing-opening weekend for...
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Ke$ha’s new EP poppy and enjoyable

On Nov. 29, glittery gutter princess Ke$ha released her first EP, Cannibal, as a follow up to her smash hit first album, Animal. The EP, which consists of 9 tracks and features current top 40 hit “We R Who We R,” follows in the poppy, synth heavy footsteps of its predecessor. Kesha Sebert, known as Ke$ha, has attained pop stardom and notoriety for her signature crude lyrics, sing-rapping and liberal use of autotune. With Cannibal, Ke$ha certainly provides the upbeat, bass-pumping vulgarity which marked her rise to stardom; however, the...
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Fall Revue succeeds

It appears that “The Fall Revue: A Musical Revue in Narrative” presented by Curtain Call has far exceeded expectation. Based on the success of performances put on by the then-called “Up Stage’em,” the prospect that this show would be a winner was doubtful. However, the club was reborn in its fall performance last Sunday. “The Fall Revue” was a musical composed of various songs from well-known musicals, strung together by a hilarious plot written by sophomore Hayley Hilmes.  “There is little opportunity for musical theatre on campus, and people use...
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