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By Michael BaldEntertainment Editor Graphic by Molly Swisher So, I guess it’s safe to say mainstream movies are officially gone from theatres the rest of the year, leaving audiences at the mercy of streaming services to keep us going until the 2020 crisis is over. However, like

“Dune” is the live action adaptation of the book  series of the same name by author Frank Herbert  and is scheduled to release on Dec.18. The film  is directed by French-Canadian filmmaker Denis  Villuneve whose previous works include “Blade  Runner 2049,” “Arrival” and “Prisoners.”   “Dune” is

Graphic by Michael Bald  The “New Mutants,” or The Little Engine that Couldn’t, is the new film from the X-Men universe that’s been delayed for three years due to behind-the-scenes drama and production nightmares. Now that it’s out, it’s safe to say this project should’ve been

 Featured graphic by Mary Mone With the pandemic having a mass effect on the entertainment industry, many studios and projects had to shut down or delay releases. However, studios are now starting to come back with long-awaited projects fans have been anticipating. The past couple weeks,

 Graphic by Michael Bald The streaming service industry has been booming since the start of the pandemic. It has given new services a chance in the spotlight, some offering original movies and TV shows.  NBC’s Peacock is one of the new streaming services that launched on April

Tyler Junior College is heading toward the completion of the Rogers Palmer Performing Arts Center come January 2021. Building construction launched in April 2018. Photos by Michael Bald The front entrance will hold the new plaza and fountain for the center.  “We’ve replaced the old duck pond with

Who would’ve thought that the animal safari you took as a kid was ruled by narcissistic, ego-driven, murder hungry, cult-like leaders? “Tiger King” took Netflix and the internet by storm since the quarantine with its bizarre but true story of a man named Joe Exotic and

Tyler Junior College is providing Wi-Fi for those who do not have good access to it by providing Wi-Fi in parking lots S4, F3, F4 and F5 for students to work in their cars. “TJC is very aware of the hardship these recent events have put