The three closest bowling alleys to East prove to live up to standards of staffer and high school bowler Mike Thibodeau
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“Brain on Fire”, a chilling memoir by journalist Susannah Cahalan, manages to both frighten and enthrall with the story of her journey through mental illness
Midtown coffee joint, Oddly Correct Coffee Bar, takes a unique and refreshing approach to a typical drink shop
“Delivery Man”, a remake of the Canadian movie “Starbuck”, proves to not be up to par with the original movie.
Chuy’s Mexican restaurant, which is originally in Texas, opens up on the Plaza.
This Holy Land Cafe may look shabby on the outside, but it offers a taste of Middle Eastern food that is nothing short of authentic.
Taco Republic is a new restaurant that sells street tacos right across from Oklahoma Joe’s. The inviting atmosphere and delicious food makes this restaurant a definite treat.
Staffer reviews new “Romeo and Juliet” rendition which proves to be a more enjoyable, traditional take on the classic love story with many recognizable cast members delivering memorable performances.
Vampire Weekend concert exceeds staffer Morgan Krakow’s expectations with a great performance. Vampire Weekend performed at The Midland Theatre on Tuesday, Oct. 8.
In his debut feature “Don Jon”, Joseph Gordon-Levitt tackles the issue of addiction, not to pills or booze, but to the adult videos and endless self-pleasure that comes with it. And somehow stacked precariously on top of the sticky feeling of this comedy, he gives us an apt social commentary.
The latest Apple software, iOS7, was hyped by many technology moguls before its release. However, staffer Phoebe Aguiar finds the slow, cramped layout to be awkward, hard to use and less than she expected.
Cupcakes aren’t just for kids anymore! See what staffer has to say about the cupcake shop on the Plaza, Cupcake A La Mode.