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“Brockmire” is baseball’s favorite degenerate

Tom O’Leary

May 10, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies

Often overlooked because it airs on IFC, season two of “Brockmire” arrived on April 25, and it continues to be one of the most hilarious and underrated television series’ currently on air. “Brockmire” follows the outrageous and debauchery-filled life of Jim Brockmire, an iconic Major League...

Burger Barn boasts exceptional quality

Burger Barn boasts exceptional quality

Story and photo by Adriana Eldred

May 10, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Food

A good hamburger can be enjoyed in a variety of ways, locations, and with different ingredients. Some may argue the best is with an open grill, amongst friends, seated outdoors during the summer time. If you’ve found yourself craving just that, minus the prep work, then Burger Barn is the place...

“Swiss Army Man” is a real gas

“Swiss Army Man” is a real gas

Agathe Fredette

May 10, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies

Sometimes there are films with premises so utterly strange, that you cannot quite believe it actually exists without clear proof. “Swiss Army Man” is one of those films. Disarmingly bizarre and delightfully otherworldly, this is a film you simply have to see to believe. This is director and writer...

Ahli Baba: perfect for late night munchies

Ahli Baba: perfect for late night munchies

Kylie Brown

May 10, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Food

Located on Main Street in Burlington, Ahli Baba’s Kabob Shop is the place to be if it’s 2 a.m. and you have a drunken craving for some affordable Mediterranean food. Two steps away from the Flynn Center is this quirky and simple restaurant. The actual dining area seats up to 10 comfortably. If...

Growing up dyslexic

Growing up dyslexic

Patrick Bell

April 26, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Stage

On March 27, JSC welcomed Lida Winfield to Dibden to put on her dance performance, “In Search Of Air: Growing Up Dyslexic.” She was born with dyslexia and had trouble coping with everyday life, especially at school. She wasn’t able to read until she was in her early 20s, leading to her mother...

A Single Pebble rocks: a wonderful and unimposing gem

A Single Pebble rocks: a wonderful and unimposing gem

Agathe Fredette

April 26, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Food

All too often, the only option for Chinese food to be found in Vermont is the typical, Americanized, take-out-style Chinese. However, A Single Pebble is a Chinese restaurant that prides itself on bringing authentic and creative Chinese cuisine to the streets of Burlington, Vermont. I have been dining...

“Lotta Sea Lice,” give it a try

Patrick Bell

April 26, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

“Lotta Sea Lice” by Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile is the first album that they have released as a duo. This album was released in 2017 on Milk! Records, Barnett’s label, and Matador Records, Vile’s label. For those who don’t know, Barnett and Vile are indie rock artists known worldwide...

“Far Cry 5” exceeds expectations

“Far Cry 5” exceeds expectations

Tom O'Leary

April 26, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Games

On March 27, 2018, videogame developers Ubisoft Montreal and Toronto released the latest installment in their “Far Cry” series for Playstation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows. Similar to the previous iterations, “Far Cry 5” is an open-world action-adventure first-person shooter game. Taking...

Brunchin’ boozy: Honey Road’s take on a classic pastime

Brunchin’ boozy: Honey Road’s take on a classic pastime

Hannah Stearns

March 29, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Food

There are plenty of places to have brunch, but where in Vermont can you get crab brik benedict, tahini French toast and shakshuka? More importantly, where can you get Mediterranean-inspired food done right? Honey Road restaurant in Burlington delivers Mediterranean and Middle Eastern dishes on a level...

Game over, man!

Game over, man!

Tom O'Leary

March 29, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies

When Netflix announced in 2016 that they had signed a film deal with the creators and stars of the Comedy Central series “Workaholics,” one of my all-time favorite shows, I was instantly intrigued. So, when it was finally released at midnight on March 23, I watched it immediately. The movie, entitled...

“Kung Fury” packs a parodic punch

“Kung Fury” packs a parodic punch

Adriana Eldred

March 29, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies

If you would like to experience every cop or action movie ever made in the 80s all at the same time, “Kung Fury” is the movie to see. Complete with half-thought-out one-liners muttered during ironic events, a David Hasselhoff theme song, over -elongated and cheesy fight scenes, ripped denim and aversion...

Netflix’s most binge-worthy show yet

Netflix’s most binge-worthy show yet

Thomas O’Leary

March 15, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies

As a connoisseur of the true crime genre, I was immediately enticed with Netflix’s surprise release of their new original series “Mindhunter,” on Oct. 13, 2017. It has been lauded as the streaming services “most binge-worthy show yet,” a statement which I passionately agree with as I consumed...

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