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[TV REVIEW] Rutherford Falls balances hilarity with depth of Native American characters

Mimi Huelster, RubicOnline May 11, 2021
“I feel like Native people have always known that we’re funny,” Teller Ornelas said in an interview with Glamour.

[DOCUMENTARY REVIEW] A devastating plague, and the activists who fought against it

Lara Cayci, RubicOnline May 5, 2021
How to Survive a Plague conveys the desperation, fear, and determination of the gay community during the peak of the AIDS epidemic.
Although “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” is hardly fresh, it makes for a very compelling relistening experience. It is a clear reminder that Swift has always been a master of storytelling and catchy melodies. The upcoming re-recordings are something to look out for.

“Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” is nostalgic for old listeners, fresh for newcomers

Maren Ostrem, Managing Editor May 2, 2021
Swift had an incredibly busy year, releasing “evermore” on December 11, 2020, less than five months after releasing “folklore.” While “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” may not sound like a cause for excitement, seeing as it’s a re-recording of an album that came out 13 years ago, the re-recording has caused quite the stir.

Despite COVID-19 restrictions, US One Acts bring people together

Lucia Granja, RubicOnline April 17, 2021
This year, One Act directors told stories of DMVs, murder, cannibalism, and Greek gods. Considering COVID-19 restrictions, these short plays were no small feat to organize.
James Lebrecht and Nicole Newnham's Crip Camp is a beautifully composed documentary about the Disabilities Rights Movement.

[DOCUMENTARY REVIEW] “Crip Camp” details the fight to humanize people with disabilities and how it made the world a better place

Jonas Bray, Photojournalist April 17, 2021
"Crip Camp" is a must-see documentary about the disability revolution that occurred in the 70's and 80's.
The last remaining Blockbuster is in Bend, Oregon. The Last Blockbuster follows store manager Sandi Harding and her “Blockbuster family” as she runs the store.

[MOVIE REVIEW] Make it a Blockbuster night… on Netflix

Liv Larsen, RubicOnline March 19, 2021
A documentary chronicling the meteoric rise and even faster fall of the franchise that once had over 9,000 locations across the country, The Last Blockbuster is bittersweet but full of heart.
Mixing the baked feta and tomatoes is arguably the best part; they come out beautifully roasted and steaming. The feta is still in a block form, but once you start combining the cheese and tomatoes with a fork, it melts with the herbs into a beautiful, creamy dish.

[FOOD REVIEW] Viral TikTok Feta Tomato Pasta lives up to hype

Lucia Granja, RubicOnline March 17, 2021
I would recommend this recipe to everyone, except those with lactose intolerance, tomato allergy, olive oil allergy, garlic allergy, basil allergy, or perhaps an allergy to really good food.
Wanda and Vision in a 1950s sitcom from the first episode of WandaVision.

[TV REVIEW] WandaVision strengthens Marvel Cinematic Universe

Annika Rock, RubicOnline March 12, 2021
WandaVision is the first MCU TV show ever and it has become a great success.
The first scary hours was an EP that contained the iconic

Drake’s three-track EP, Scary Hours 2, is scarily good

Lynn Reynolds, RubicOnline March 8, 2021
Drake came back on Friday, March 5, with a boastful and flex-ful EP, proving to many that he still maintains his spot at top of the rap game.
Overall, To All the Boys: Always and Forever is a well-crafted ending to Lara Jean and Peter’s story. It was heartwarming to watch, and a great way to spend a relaxing evening.  If you’re looking for a teenage romance to lift your spirits, To All the Boys: Always and Forever is for you.

[MOVIE REVIEW] To All the Boys: Always and Forever leaves audiences with ambiguous happily ever after

Eliana Mann, Staff Writer February 26, 2021
Condor and Centineo’s chemistry is yet again prominent in the third installment of this series. In any given scene they were in together, there was bound to be an adorable couple moment. Sure, sometimes they were cheesy, but they added to the film’s charm.
Valentine's themed treats are available through Feb. 23, but don't go in expecting to fall in love with the seasonal offerings.

[FOOD REVIEW] Dunkin’s Valentine’s Day specials will leave you heartbroken

Ali Browne, Staff Writer February 21, 2021
Prove me wrong by stopping at Dunkin' before the February specials go away on Feb. 23, or maybe resolve to get a Shamrock shake at McDonald's instead.
Through their parent’s problems, Moonee along with her friends seem to find a light in the darkness.

[FILM REVIEW] The Florida Project finds light in darkness

Anna Krebsbach, Staff Writer December 19, 2020
The Florida Project conveys a life that people forget exists: a life where not everything is given, and breakfast may or may not be available.
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