Senior Zoe Brian introduces you to the most adorable blog currently on the web, “Maddie On Things.” Check out all 50 states through the eyes of an exceptionally well-balanced coonhound as she travels with her documentarian companion.
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Staffer and frequent flu-haver Zoe Brian lets you in on the best flicks to watch when home sick.
Senior and Gift Giver Extraordinaire Zoe Brian gives you some ideas for presents during the upcoming holiday season.
Directed by horror king Brian De Palma, this week’s Vintage Pick is “Carrie” from 1976. Based on the novel by Master of Fright Stephen King, this supernatural flick is every prom-goer’s worst nightmare.
This animated flick includes heartache, danger and the unbreakable bond between boy and dog, all tied up in a black and white bow.
Tired of living in Kansas? Take a vacation to Paris circa the 1920’s in Alan Rudolph’s artistic masterpiece “The Moderns.”
New film “Premium Rush” delivers a humorous yet exciting trek through New York City streets, espionage and love triangles, all culminating in an action flick that is sure to stay relevant for years to come.
“The Hunger Games” companion album “The Hunger Games (Songs From District 12 and Beyond)” proves to be as stunning as the film and books as it displays a wide array of artists and a skillful use of songwriting.
Staffer Zoe Brian is tired of all the trite countdowns pervading the television airways.
Zack Snyder’s latest blockbuster pops with stylized action and wild visuals but puts storytelling and substance in the backseat.
Zoe Brian reacts to the disastrous earthquake and tsunami in Japan.