Review: My Chemical Romance – Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys
BY BROCK LANDERS My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way is quoted in a recent Spin magazine cover story as saying “ Why are we slumming it, battling it out with other guys with guitars to get a better spot on a radio format that kinda sucks and is losing... Read more
Disney’s Do-Over: Magic Kingdom Remodels For A New Generation
BY SYDNEY ALTMAN Growing up, most little girl’s dream of being princesses, they want to wear the fancy ball gowns and rhinestone tiaras and, above all else, find Prince Charming and live happily ever after.  Young boys aspire to be pirates, superheroes, and princes who can rescue the damsel... Read more
Review: Tamar Kaprelian
BY JEREMY HAAS Tamar Kaprelian is a new pop star, who has just put out her debut album Sinner or a Saint.  She has gained most of her fame so far from her online cover of OneRepublic’s “Apologize” as well as the single “New Day”.  This is the beginning... Read more
Review: Thai Thai Restaurant
BY NICOLE ALVAREZ For those of you who enjoy the exotic flavors of Asian cuisine, there aren’t many places to choose from in Cooper City. Sure, there are a few generic Chinese restaurants in the area, but most of them are either hidden from the road or their food... Read more
Review: Four Year Strong Concert
BY JEREMY HAAS On Tuesday, Nov. 2nd, I was standing alongside a group of teens waiting eagerly to get into The Culture Room.  Four Year Strong was performing the “Tonight We Feel Alive” tour, headlining with The Wonder Years. After the opening groups, The Wonder Years took the stage,... Read more
Review: Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World DVD
BY JEREMY HAAS On November 9th, a game-changing movie was released onto DVD.  Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World is a movie based on the six book graphic novel series by Bryan Lee O’Malley.  Starring Michael Cera and directed by Edgar Wright, this film succeeds in tying action, comedy, and... Read more
Review: Due Date
BY ARIEL SMILOWITZ Like pretty much every road trip movie that preceded it from Planes, Trains and Automobiles to the director Todd Phillips own Road Trip, Due Date throws two mismatched people together: an uptight jerk and an immature, fun-loving guy. Although the plot was quite predictable and unrealistic,... Read more
Review: Taylor Swift-Speak Now
BY SYDNEY ALTMAN After two years in production, the most anticipated album of the year was finally released, Taylor Swift’s third record, Speak Now.  Following the success of her Grammy winning CD, Fearless, critics and fans alike were excited to see whether or not Speak Now would surpass Fearless’... Read more
Review: Sugarland-The Incredible Machine
BY JEREMY HAAS Sugarland is the trendy country-pop duo of Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush. Sugarland saw their first commercial success in 2004 with hit single “Baby Girl”. Since then they’ve made three more studio albums, won a Grammy for their song “Stay” and had their album Twice the... Read more
Review: It’s Kind Of A Funny Story
BY DANIEL COWEN If you want to see a cute, heart-filled, dorky movie about finding meaning to life and realizing what you have, then It’s Kind of a Funny Story is the movie for to see. It’s about 16 year old Craig, played by Keir Glichrist, who enters himself... Read more