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Mixed Reactions to ‘Fantastic Beasts’

Michael Payne, Staff Reporter
January 13, 2017
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Want to be enthralled again by the Harry Potter movies? Want to become captivated with more of the magic universe? That will happen when you see "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them," an action-packed magical fantasy adventure. Definitely a movie for magic lovers! After seeing the movie the first...

‘Stranger’ Needs a Little Polish, a Bit More Background and a Lot Less CGI

Dominic Repp, Staff Reporter
December 13, 2016
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The '80s are often described like a magical place and time on this earth, especially in America. As disco declined and newer waves of dance music emerged, children roamed freely on their bikes in their neighborhoods, and, of course, shows such as "​The A-Team" and ​"Knight Rider" ​ paved the way for mo...

‘Mitt’ Shows Us Another Side of Romney

Nick Mattingly, Staff Reporter
December 1, 2016
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The particularly vitriolic nature of the recent presidential election has led some to find themselves looking back on the 2012 election with nostalgia. Back then there were no scandals involving emails or sexual assault, just two candidates with character and previous experience in government. This is,...

No New Body, But iPhone 7 Sports Some Positive Changes

Justin DePrado, Staff Reporter
November 29, 2016
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Cellphones have been around for 40 years now -- from the Nokia to the Blackberry to the iPhone. Apple came out with their flagship iPhone this past October with great success in the market. The iPhone 7 was supposed to have a new body and new features on the body, but this did not end up happening. ...

‘Magnificent Seven’ Surprisingly Good

Josh Willis, Staff Reporter
October 18, 2016
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Looking for a movie with classic style and modern effects? If so, "The Magnificent Seven" is a good fit. The movie, a remake of the 1960 film with Antoine Fuqua directing, is a western with a group of bounty hunters and outlaws hired by a woman to take a town back after it is overrun by corrup...

Highland Morning Provides Tasty Breakfast Fare

Michael Webb, Staff Reporter
September 27, 2016
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The aroma of grilled cheese and tomato soup that formerly lingered outside the building has been overtaken by the savory smell of blueberry pancakes, biscuits and gravy, and meat-filled omelets. Highland Morning, the newest breakfast diner in St. Matthews, is an independently owned restaurant...

‘Dark Souls 3’ a Daunting but Rewarding Experience

Robert Davis, Editor
May 18, 2016
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There are many words to describe the Dark Souls series -- engaging, fun, unique -- but the chief word is difficult. The Dark Souls series has always been advertised as hard, even titling the first game "Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition." This series is not recommended for the faint of heart. ...

No Joke, Addictive ‘Infinite Jest’ Mesmerizes

Connor Rafferty, Staff Reporter
May 17, 2016
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                                                                                                                    “A brain that can come up with (“Infinite Jest”) is not a normal brain." Trinity English teacher Mr. Matt Mannin...

Did ‘Mockingjay’ Make a Mockery of ‘The Hunger Games’?

Hunter Mulloy, Staff Reporter
May 16, 2016
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Though it's been on DVD since late March, I've just gotten around to seeing the last installment of Suzanne Collins' "The Hunger Games" trilogy. "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 2" just did not bring the excitement found early in the series. Compared to the first film, this one isn't on the...

It’s No Wonder, Strong Battle Scenes Rescue ‘Batman vs Superman’

Michael Hellinger, Staff Reporter
May 13, 2016
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Bruce Wayne, billionaire playboy by day, crime fighting superhero by night. Kal-El, simple reporter Clark Kent by day, Superman forever. Two of the most well-known and beloved superheroes duke it out in an all-out battle royal. "Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice," the sequel to the 2013 movie "Man...

Gospel Influence Adds Significance to Kanye’s ‘The Life of Pablo’

Ryan Cywinski, Editor
April 12, 2016
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Perhaps Kanye West’s most hyped album to date, “The Life of Pablo” also underwent a number of name changes. When the album initially began production, it began under the title “So Help Me God.” Kanye went on to change the name to “SWISH” and then changed again to “Waves.” Obviously...

The Bleak, Enigmatic ‘Spiderland’ Turns 25

Connor Rafferty, Staff Reporter
March 14, 2016
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This year marks the 25th anniversary of the release of the enigmatic album "Spiderland."  Louisville’s own Slint formed 30 years ago this year. They broke up in 1991, leaving us with two albums (and releasing a post-breakup EP in 1994). The original lineup consisted of bassist Ethan Buckler,...

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