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Cornered! A Weekly CD Review.

Pounding drums. Raucous guitar. Gut-busting bass. Tight vocals. There are some things that are automatically connected to high-quality hard rock. The Spanish language typically isn't...

DVD Vault Bids a Fond Farewell

Welcome back, versatile disc lovers, to this very last installment of The DVD Vault. As this school year draws to a close, I find myself more and mor

UCI Engineers Take the Stage

A fact frequently forgotten, but unalterably true, is that everything had to be invented. This copy of the New U in your hand is made possible by the

E3: Electronic Entertainment Expo

I usually avoid driving in downtown Los Angeles at all costs. I guess I've been softened by luxurious Orange County streets. There are exceptions that

‘Unleashed’ Leashes Kung Fu

Jet Li is a Buddhist. Normally, the personal lives of actors aren't the domain of critics

Star Wars – Revenge of the Sith

As the curtain rose above a packed house at the Westwood Village Theater, a lump rose in my throat. For my entire life there had been 'Star Wars,' but

STAR WARS – Feeling the Force

On May 25, 1977 the world changed. It wasn't a major change, to be sure; not the splitting of the atom or the discovery of penicillin or the launching

‘The Kingdom’ Does Not Reign In Theaters

Consider a Ming vase. Beautiful, intricate, finely detailed, lovingly crafted, an example of technical artistry at its peak. Yet, for all of this,

Hitchhike Through the Galaxy and By All Means

It's hard not to love a movie that begins with a song-and-dance routine with all the world's dolphins intoning, 'So long, and thanks for all the fish.

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