Skulldigger: Fans Love a Good Anti-Hero
May13

Skulldigger: Fans Love a Good Anti-Hero

Photo by Dark Horse ComicsSkulldigger has the heart of a hero A comic that immediately catches your attention with the art style and the hook, in the beginning, Skulldigger represents the antagonist “hero” who’s also subtlety considered the enemy, the start of a boy’s life ending in a heart wrenching gruesome loss that possibly leads him to become the sidekick of Skulldigger.  The art style is simple but still eye catching, the...

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The Glass Menagerie: A Rollercoaster of Emotions that Goes Perfectly with a Glass of Wine
May11

The Glass Menagerie: A Rollercoaster of Emotions that Goes Perfectly with a Glass of Wine

Photo by Chris LouposThe Glass Menagerie goes perfectly with a glass of wine Austin Pendleton and Peter Bloch’s revival of the Tennessee Williams play, “The Glass Menagerie” is exactly what you need to see on a chilly October evening. Staged at The Wild Project, it’s a roller coaster of emotions that goes perfectly with a glass of wine in hand.  Matt de Rogatis opens up the production, explaining that memory is “sentimental, not...

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Pokemon Sword Review: Trubbish No More
May07

Pokemon Sword Review: Trubbish No More

Photo by NintendoPokemon Sword and Shield are gorgeous new entries into the main Pokemon franchise When Nintendo announced the Switch, most die-hard fans of the company’s first question was, “so when do we get Pokemon?” A staple franchise of Nintendo handheld consoles since Yellow, Blue and Red released on the original Gameboy in 1996. Long time fans of the series were ecstatic to finally be able to play a main series Pokemon game on...

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Pitchers Pop Off, Batters Get Plunked
May05

Pitchers Pop Off, Batters Get Plunked

Imagine if you accomplished something that you were proud of and got excited about, only to be punched in the face by some nearby person. That’s essentially what happened when Rougned Odor turned José Bautista into a meme on May 15, 2016.   Bautista hit a tiebreaking home run in the 2015 playoffs which ended up advancing his Toronto Blue Jays past the Texas Rangers. In doing so, he emphatically threw his bat over his...

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The Hypocrisy of the NBA’s China Controversy
May04

The Hypocrisy of the NBA’s China Controversy

When politics are meshed with sports, arguing always ensues. In one October, 2019 case, the results were more than just an argument—an NBA team ended up getting blackballed by an entire country.  Photo via FlickrThe drama is all about dollars and cents Since March, 2019, Hong Kong has been engaged in peaceful-turned-violent protests, fighting against mainland China for their right to independence. Daryl Morey, general manager of...

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Kingsborough’s Urban Farm Offers Students the Opportunity to Gain Experience in Agriculture
May01

Kingsborough’s Urban Farm Offers Students the Opportunity to Gain Experience in Agriculture

Photo by Odaine White KBCC Students can volunteer at the Urban Farm For many, growing your own food doesn’t seem like a possibility. The vast majority of everyday people don’t know how to properly plot out seeding beds or what time of year is best for growing tomatoes. All skills that someone working on the Kingsborough Urban Farm can not only gain, but also allow to flourish alongside the vegetation.  The KCC Urban Farm was...

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