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Tuesday, March 28, 2023


Adam Paris

Spring marks the advent of good games in 2014

I have a confession to make: I still haven’t bought a NextGen console. You’re probably thinking, “Why the hell should I believe anything this guy says when he’s not even in the current generation!” Totally fair, but to be honest, any game that people may come close to deeming a “system seller” isn’t going to be released until 2014.

Jonah Beleckis

Column: How the mighty Manchester United have fallen

There were perhaps no bigger shoes to fill than those of Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United, who is arguably the greatest coach/manager of all time in any sport. In about 26 years as club manager, he won five FA Cups, four League Cups, two Champions League titles and an astounding 13 English Premier League championships.

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How to spot a Chad at your local concert

A number of weeks ago, I wrote about an amateur videographer named Chad. Chad is the bane of my existence for a plethora of reasons. However, in my last column, I stuck to his videography skills—or lack thereof. This time, I am here to talk about Chad, the (personal) space invader.

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It’s time to credit ‘fake’ acting jobs

So I don’t write a lot about acting, pretty simply because I’m a person who wants to make movies and so I think about movies more through the lens of people who produce the films, and not those who perform in them. Which is dumb, because actors are as big a part of a movie as the director or editor. So I’m going to fix it.

Jack Baer

Column: Ohio State deserves their No. 2 ranking

That Alabama-Auburn game was awesome, quite possibly the greatest ending to a game of that significance we’ll see in our lifetime. But once the adrenaline had faded away, the question began to creep in. “Does Auburn jump Ohio State?”

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Often a story goes beyond the big screen

Gather ‘round folks, and I shall spin you a yarn. It’s a mighty tale that I’ve to tell. A tale of men. A tale of movies. A tale standing taller than the mightiest oak in the forest. A legend, more accurately—a legend about roller disco.


Writing well with the right techniques

William Faulkner once said, “Let the writer take up surgery or bricklaying if he is interested in technique. There is no mechanical way to get the writing done, no shortcut.” I can imagine surgeons and bricklayers taking umbrage against such a remark, since there is probably no shortcut to get the surgery done and no shortcut to get the bricklaying done.

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