Digging for Fire

August 28, 2015

By Taylor C. Berrier The reality faced in Digging for Fire is that of something very surreal and yet full of harsh truths that we as society have come to expect out of bonds we […]

Politics: Stuck in the Middle with You

August 27, 2015

By Chris Sick By the time this sees print, the media will be gearing up for the second Republican presidential primary debate of a mind-boggling 11 already scheduled. Writing now, against an early August deadline, […]

The Tribulations of Being a Neil Young Fan

August 27, 2015

By Peter Gerstenzang Being a Neil Young fan is one of life’s most painfully ambivalent experiences. Like being told that Sean Hannity has just fatally crashed his car into the side of your house. Neil’s […]

The Bots at Gexa

August 26, 2015

By Taylor C. Berrier After a successful 2014 year on tour, including stops at Bonnaroo, Coachella, and FunFunFun Fest, the Bots landed themselves a tour spot along with the Deftones and Incubus. Finally, they were […]

No Escape Review

August 25, 2015

By Paul Esquivel When I first saw the trailer for No Escape I thought it looked like Locked-up Abroad: The Movie, and if anything, would be a cautionary tale of why not to leave the […]

Catching Up with Simeon Rice

August 25, 2015

By Taylor Berrier For those who don’t know, Simeon Rice grew up playing football, or some might say grew up through playing football, and being the relatively young man that he still was by the […]

Texas Rangers Chasing Astros

August 25, 2015

By Alex Al-Kazzaz The Rangers have wrapped up their series in Detroit against the Tigers. Winning eight of their last ten games, the Rangers are now 64-59, and just 3.5 games behind the Houston Astros for […]

Thoughts on from Cowboys vs 49ers game

August 24, 2015

By Alex Al-Kazzaz Last night in Santa Clara, Calif., the Dallas Cowboys squared off against the San Francisco 49ers. Just like the San Diego game, it wasn’t about watching the main starters on the Cowboys […]

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