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Review: ‘The New Mutants’ is rubbish, not surprising

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...

Review: Christopher Nolan’s ‘Tenet’ will stun audiences

 Featured photo courtesy of TheVerge.com Has the COVID state of entertainment left you wanting? Are you tired of the small-scale reality shows like “90 Day...

NEW IN DC COMICS

 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...

Streaming services unveiled since the pandemic started

 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...

To be or not to be? Performing arts changes during fall semester

 TJC Theatre adapts to COVID-19 Photos by Jessica King Tyler Junior College’s performing arts programs, like all programs and classes, are having to think outside the...

“Tiger King” is a must-watch in quarantine

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...

What to binge during quarantine

With students held in self-quarantine, many are left to entertain themselves with the things available in their households. Since the invention of streaming services,...

Entertainment industry not immune to the Coronavirus

Due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus, many companies and people across the world have been affected. The entertainment industry in particular has taken a massive...

Cityfest: Event brings hundreds to downtown Tyler

 CityFest East Texas festival was a free event that featured music performances, an action sport demo, food trucks and vendors. The event also had...

Review: ‘JOKER’ movie exceeds expectations

 Ever since its debut at the Venice Film Festival “Joker” has been considered a modern masterpiece by many people who watched it. Many where...

Review: The World of Khaos delivers scares and thrills

 With Halloween creeping around the corner, students who are not afraid of a good scare should consider the World of Khaos in Tyler.  The World...

Theatre department to premiere ‘Anatomy of Gray’

 The TJC Theatre Department will debut its first play of the semester, “Anatomy of Gray,” at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 2-5 at the Jean...

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