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Brazil Reviews Chico : Gordo Burrito

Brazil Reviews Chico : Gordo Burrito

Join Nathan and his friends as they explore the best and worst of what Chico has to offer—everything from food trucks to sit down restaurants, and everything in between.
Nathan Azevedo Espindula, Editor and Chief May 9, 2024

Gordo Burrito is a very well-known food truck in Chico. Located at 598 CA-32, the Mexican food truck boasts a lot of options, most of which come at a price far below all of its competitors. Today's food...

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Charlie Crockett is a $10 cowboy

Nathan Azevedo Espindula, Editor and Chief April 29, 2024

The country music scene is evolving at such a pace that’s hard to keep up. Amidst this transformative era, Charlie Crockett is making his mark and creating a name for himself. His latest album, “$10...

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“Guts” by Olivia Rodrigo Review

Nostalgic, but with an adult twist.
Simon West, guest contributor April 28, 2024

Guts is an album written and sung by Olivia Rodrigo that is creative and fun, while also real in an important way. This album was released in September 2023, about two and a half years after Rodrigo’s...

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“Which Witch”-Florence and The Machine 

Despite complicated lyrics, the song is easy to enjoy.
Jayden Stuart, guest contributor April 27, 2024

"Which Witch" is a song that tells the story about a witch in The Salem Witch Trials who is in love with someone but then an accident occurs causing the witch's lover to die. She is then accused of causing...

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Reading “The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto” by Mitch Album

The narrator is music, acting as if music is capable of thought and word.
Mallory Bernson, guest contributor April 27, 2024

When listening to music, what do you feel? What do you think? What if you could have a conversation with music? When reading Mitch Albom's book "The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto" you have that opportunity. I've...

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Eternal Classic: Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham

This film delves into the pressures of patriarchal pressures and the conflicts created by choosing love over societal norms.
Armanjit Kaur, guest contributor April 24, 2024

‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham’ (2001) a timeless Bollywood classic, directed by Karan Johar and produced by Yash Johar, resides in the hearts of anyone who watches it. Starring Shah Rukh Khan as the...

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Fluminese vs Vasco at the historic Matacana stadium 
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Beyond the Top Five: A Journey into the Heart of Brazilian Football

from passionate fans to questionable on-field antics, discover what makes the Brasileirão a must-watch for any soccer enthusiast
Nathan Azevedo Espindula, Editor and Chief April 17, 2024

Football, or soccer as some may call it, is without a doubt the biggest sport in the world. Not only is it by far the most watched sport, but many would argue it is the most entertaining as well.  From...

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He’s Back To Eat: Jeepers Creepers (2001) Review

Gory, terrifying and suspenseful all at once.
Joseph Cervantez Gonzalez, Staff Writer April 15, 2024

Every 23rd spring, the creeper comes out to feast. Has it been has 23 years since he last ate? Jeepers Creepers is one of most iconic scary movies. Its eerie feel makes you cling to the edge of your...

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Ken Carson

More Chaos Brought To You By Ken Carson

Ken Carson has answered your prayers.
Jackson Hutler, Faculty Advisor April 13, 2024

It is finally happening (maybe).   The artist behind “A Great Chaos,” Ken Carson, has been teasing quite a few snippets of new music as of late, foreshadowing what his deluxe album will...

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“Lisa Frankenstein”: Bringing the Cult Classic Genre Back From the Dead

The film is a dark and memorizing dream sequence, characterized by witty, reference-packed dialogue and twisted humor.
Alani Ethelbah, guest contributor April 2, 2024

"Lisa Frankenstein," a movie adored by audiences and scorned by critics, has all the makings of a perfect cult classic movie. It’s a romance horror comedy that follows Lisa Swallows (Kathyrn Newton),...

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LOS ANGELES - MARCH 14: Actor / Singer Drake Bell arrives for the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards on March 14, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Glenn Francis/Pacific Pro Digital Photography)


Quiet On the Set

The new docuseries reveals the trauma of some of their favorite Nickelodeon stars.
Andrew Vojta, Staff Writer April 1, 2024

“Quiet on Set” is a newly released docuseries detailing the life behind the child actors who worked for the "golden years" of Nickelodeon (1990'1-early 2000's), and the accusations of a hostile work...

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Finding Eternal Sunshine (Eternal Sunshine Review)

Joseph Cervantez Gonzalez, Staff Writer March 10, 2024

After three years and a leaked song going viral Grande has come back with her newest album titled ‘Eternal Sunshine’ named after the 2004 film with the same title, starring Jim Carrey. The album's...

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