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‘Come Out and Play’ fails to justify its existence

April 29, 20150

In an impressive feat, “Come Out and Play” manages to destroy viewers’ sympathy and investment within the first 15 minutes.…

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Juried Art Show hits Student Union Art Gallery

April 21, 20150

UAA’s Student Union Gallery opened its doors to the public April 15 for an opening reception featuring pieces by UAA…

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Garfunkel and Oates hit UAA April 24

April 21, 20150

Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci, better known as Garfunkel and Oates will be performing at 7:30 p.m. April 24 at…

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‘Mortal Kombat X’ is brilliant and desperate

April 21, 20150

Within the last four years, NetherRealm Studios has become one of the most prolific fighting game developers in the industry.…

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Even in ‘The Painting,’ the world is divided

April 21, 20150

If central metaphor of “The Painting” is too on-the-nose for some, it’s well deserved. The movie makes no qualms about…

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‘Anchorage Is’ provides a colorful portrait of Anchorage’s 100 years as a city

April 21, 20150

Over the past few weeks, “Anchorage Is” has been playing weekend after weekend at the Bear Tooth Theatrepub. It was…

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“Anchorage Is” provides a colorful portrait of Anchorage’s 100 years as a city

April 16, 20150

Over the past few weeks “Anchorage Is” has been playing weekend after weekend at The Bear Tooth Theatrepub. It was…

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Glee Club says goodbye to powerhouse voices

April 16, 20150

The motto of UAA Glee Club is “Voice, Beat, Heart,” which is exactly what the Glee students brought to the…

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Jay-Z starts another successful company

April 14, 20150

The modern-day music business can be seen as more industry driven, leaving executives to make decisions on what the public…

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Anchorage gears up for steampunk convention

April 14, 20150

The Alaska Steamposium Association is hosting the first Alaskan Steamposium on April 18 and 19. It will be submerged in…

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Education and gaming: Serious Fun offers a new look at games

April 14, 20150

Games have a massive amount of potential for storytelling, immersion, fun, frights, tears — but what about education? Serious Fun,…

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Lacey Roop hosts poetry reading and writing workshop

April 14, 20150

Lacey Roop, nationally known spoken word artist and author of her poetry book, “And Then Came the Flood,” came to…

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‘Pillars of Eternity’ is a worthy throwback

April 14, 20150

It seems as if the computer role-play game, or cRPG, genre is having a renaissance. Games like “Wasteland 2” and…

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‘Miss Violence’ is quiet, too quiet

April 14, 20150

Calling the group of people in “Miss Violence” a family is like calling prisoners of war safe because they have…

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