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HBO Releases Crime Drama ‘Mare of Easttown’

While the premise of a detective trying to solve a murder during personal crises may seem cliché, the HBO original miniseries “Mare of Easttown,”...

‘WandaVision’ Wraps up With Exciting Finale Episode

All episodes of the new Marvel show "WandaVision" are now available for streaming on Disney+. The last episode, appropriately titled "The Series Finale," answered...

UCI Dance Gives Inspiring Virtual Performance

"Dance Visions," the UCI Dance Department's annual faculty-run show, was held virtually from Feb. 25 to Feb. 27. Audience members were treated with eight...

‘The Little Things’ Leaves Big Impact

“The Little Things,” a crime film written and directed by John Lee Hancock, premiered on Jan. 29 on HBO Max, where it will be...

Disney+ With Its Head In The Clouds

From “Onward” to “Mulan,” and now, “Clouds,” Disney+ continues to supply its viewers with new material to fill the long hours of quarantine. This...

Getting To Know This Year’s Graduating UCI MFA Actors

The UCI MFA Acting program has inspired students to go further in their artistic...

Twenty One Pilots’ New Single Is Inspired By Social Distancing

With the implementation of the nationwide lockdown, artists have been quickly creating impromptu music and releasing it without too much refinement. Whether it stems...

Neil Simon’s “Lost in Yonkers” Finds Its Way Into Audience’s Hearts

The Costa Mesa Playhouse started the year off right with a production of Neil Simon’s “Lost in Yonkers.” The story takes place in Yonkers, New York in 1942, depicting the dilemmas of a dysfunctional family during World War II.

The Lesson Behind Cretton’s “Just Mercy”

Walter McMillian was arrested for the murder of an 18-year-old girl and was immediately sent to Alabama’s death row before his trial in 1987. When he finally received a trial, it took less than two days to convict him and officially sentence him. Without the dedication of lawyer Bryan Stevenson, his story would have ended there. Now, it has been adapted into a legal drama film.

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