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“The Mandalorian”: TV show review

On Oct. 30, the second season of “The Mandalorian” was released on Disney+. The show follows the Mandalorian, a bounty hunter, as he travels the galaxy with The Child, a 50-year-old alien baby. Even if one hasn’t seen the “Star Wars” movies, “The Mandalorian” is still an enjoyable show because of its writing, visual effects […]

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An insider’s look into the world of beauty editing with Vogue’s Celia Ellenberg

The Knight News kicked off it’s highly anticipated virtual speaker series with esteemed guest Celia Ellenberg, beauty director of Vogue. On Wednesday, October 21st, Ellenberg appeared on zoom with a warm smile and was more than willing to share her vast knowledge and experience of being in the beauty industry for 15+ years.  Ellenberg grew […]

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Dickinson’s complex & witty characters mirror the pressures of being a Gen Z’er

Slammed tables, secret love affairs, lucid realities, 21st-century slang: “Dickinson” offers all of these thrills and more. Complex and witty but filled with wild dreams, the show’s actors do not fail to deliver performances that are raw and relatable. Emily Dickinson, portrayed by Hailee Steinfeld, is a character that demonstrates the complexity of being a […]

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Music album review: Nectar

If George Miller had retired from the public after discontinuing his boundary-pushing Youtube persona Filthy Frank three years ago, he would already be remembered as one of the most idiosyncratic figures ever to grace the platform. Instead, in his return as Joji, he has pulled off one of the most improbable pop culture career changes […]

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“The Witches” film review: a remake of the 1990 classic; how does it compare?

On October 22, “The Witches” made its debut on HBO Max. Adapted from the famous Roald Dahl book, “The Witches” follows an orphaned boy who moves into his grandmother’s house, only to discover that witches exist. While there is already a classic 1990 adaptation of the movie that exists, the 2020 version is an enjoyable […]

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MUSIC REVIEW: BOB DYLAN’S ROUGH AND ROWDY WAYS

One of the many things that define Bob Dylan is the frequency of which his public persona changes. At various times, he has assumed the roles of philosophizing folk hero, bluesy beat poet and sentimental country crooner. On “Rough and Rowdy Ways,” Dylan’s latest album that was released this past June, he has quite comfortably […]

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Disney’s New Mulan: How does it compare to the original film?

The live-action Disney film Mulan, originally supposed to be released April 2020, was instead pushed back to stream on Disney Plus beginning this past September due to the pandemic. The film was mainly just a rumor for many years before it was set for production with a lot of the original material from the film […]

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