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Coldplay ‘lights’ up FedEx field

IT WAS A SKY FULL OF STARS AND FIREWORKS AT COLDPLAY’S CONCERT  By Dinanda Pramesti, Lifestyle Editor Going to concerts always seems to happen for me during the summer, specifically in August. It happened this year, when I got early…

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Dinner and a movie

Good food and movie picks for a good night out on the town BY BASMA HUMADI   Dinner: HalfSmoke With milkshakes, Monopoly and “Chipotle-style” assembly line sausages, HalfSmoke takes the title for being the coolest place around the block. Though…

Music Spotlight: Volcano by Temples

Psychedelic BY JAMES STEMPLE, STAFF WRITER   Prepare to take a trip through pulsing colors with British psychedelic rock band Temples through their newest album, “Volcano,” which was released by Heavenly Records March 3 of this year. Formed in Kettering,…

Review: ‘Night Sky with Exit Wounds’

A recap of one of the best poetry books published in 2016   BY KELLY FOSTER, ASSISTANT CULTURE EDITOR In the past year of poetry, there have been multitudes of well-crafted poems coming from a diverse background of poets, more…

REVIEW: The allure of “La La Land”

BY BASMA HUMADI (Editor’s Note: This article contains spoilers for those who have not yet seen the film.) “La La Land” swept away the Golden Globes this year by winning all seven awards it was nominated for, setting the record…

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“Go Set a Watchman” Staff Writer Review

Andrew Davis, Staff Writer Since its publication in 1960 “To Kill a Mockingbird” has been celebrated as one of the most iconic and culturally relevant pieces of American literature. Harper Lee’s honest portrayal of 20th century social issues and racial…

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Founding Farmers: Fresh food, but stale staff?

Connor Smith, staff writer. Tucked into a commercial building in Tysons Corner sits a brand new location for one of D.C.’s most talked about restaurants, Founding Farmers. They are a fresh to table, LEED Gold certified restaurant with a focus…