Without documentaries, tons of historical footage would be lost. We’d be unable to see the impact of wars, natural disasters, and human greed. We’d never be exposed to various cultures oceans away. Without documentaries, we would lose a large part of our reality.
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'Freedom’s Goblin' shows that 10 LPs in, Segall is certainly not resting on his laurels. Though his forays into different genres are inefficient and haphazard, the fact that he so boldly attempts them is admirable enough. What’s less admirable is how long the record is, and how it seems to lose drive and focus, something that could have been negated through better organization or even splitting up the LP into more than one record. The true majesty of the record shines through with its dedicated theme of highlighting his love and appreciation for his weathered yet understanding wife Denee.
This episode is very well done and is engaging the whole time with plenty of explanation and plot development happening. Andrew’s character is unraveling, and we are left with this question of whether he will be caught or not. The background on Lee and Marilyn is done well, using flashbacks. It’s a darker episode, probably the darkest so far. It’s very moving and worth the watch.
We finally have our first look at the new Han Solo film, with not one but two different film teases in two days.
Lost Sphear is a nostalgic callback to the “golden days” of JRPGs that actually succeeds in bringing back the good times while not using them as a crutch. While the music and visuals may leave a bit to be desired, the story and gameplay perfectly emulate the style of Super Nintendo RPGs. While the $50 price point is probably too steep for a game like this, it’s easily one of the best JRPGs to be released, especially on PC. While veterans may not find anything new, it’ll still give enough good feelings and interesting fights to be worth a purchase.
'The House' by Porches falls short in so many ways. From the invasion into the synth-pop world to the horribly unfitting vocals, virtually everything on this album is a disappointment. With luck though, Aaron Maine and co. will learn from this colossal waste of time and build something with greater depth and refinement in the future.
Post Traumatic is not a bad EP for what it is. It isn’t supposed to be some debut record, nor is it supposed to be the start of a new brand. Its only purpose is to try and give Shinoda, as well as the fans, some form of closure. While instrumentally it can be lacking in the beginning, lyrically it’s outstanding and doesn’t hold back from being honest and personal.
“Manhunt” provides information that helps us to better understand the characters of 'The Assassination of Gianni Versace'. There are secrets and lies between the family members and the press, and the setting for the episode shows a good representation of the late '90s. Andrew’s motives remain unclear because of his constant lying but this keeps the viewers wanting more. This episode is as entertaining as the first and fairly represents the Versace family and their struggles.
But there is so much more to Arthur than meme-ability. While that certainly adds to the show’s appeal, there’s much within the content of the show itself that we all should stop and appreciate for a moment.
Rick Fox has managed to pull together a roster that not only seems to gel together well as a unit, have good communication, high class talent, and a great team environment. Echo Fox is finally winning games consistently, which is great, but what matters is that they aren’t just winning.
Garrett Looker is a junior journalism major and writes "Finding Beneficence" for the Daily News. His views do not necessarily agree with those of the newspaper. Write to Garrett at email@example.com.
I would like to open this letter by saying I know that not all of you are bad. I know many of you represent the pillars of Greek Life: scholarship, leadership, service, and brotherhood.
Through President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address Tuesday night, there was no divisive rhetoric, only a message of hope. The president presented moments in which we could all come together as proud Americans — moments and stories that transcend party lines.
Together is a word that Donald Trump now seems to love. Over and over in his State of the Union speech he used that word.
The first week of the spring split is always an explosive one. New teams have entered and are battling it out with the former kings.
Though the first episode of ‘My Next Guest Needs No Introduction’ will please those who desperately miss the sound of Obama’s voice, the episode doesn’t have much substance apart from the people involved. Letterman and Obama have a likable dynamic that makes it fun to watch at surface level, but the interview lacks a level of importance that could have really made Obama’s reappearance into something noteworthy.
The first episode of 'The Assassination of Gianni Versace' stays true to the facts and original story. The characters were cast well and the dialogue was just as good. The story of the show sticks out and prevents it from getting lost in the crowd of other TV shows. The episode was well-written to provide justice for the victims affected by the tragedy, but also provides knowledge for those who are unfamiliar with the assassination of Gianni Versace. The show provides a personality that you couldn't just get from reading a book about Versace and explains more in-depth how his company continued to thrive after his death. It also provides a closer look at how this tragedy affected the victims personally.
Logan didn’t take much of a hit from posting this video, and in the long run, this may have even benefitted his career and brought more people to his content. Meanwhile, other creators who have covered this story are still being hit with demonetization. Which brings us to yesterday, when Logan Paul returned to YouTube.
I was tattooed for the first time on April 13, 2017. I was 17 years old, and I had just left my grandmother’s funeral.
People often ask me, “why are you pro-life? Why are you going on this march? Why are you against a woman’s right to choose?” These are huge questions, to which I have no simple answer.