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I spent most of my adolescence on a stage.
Dear Mr. West,
I’ve always lived under the impression that outside of my family, I can count my ride-or-dies on one hand. And I’ve also lived under the impression that if I can count any at all, I must be a pretty lucky duck.
Weekly Weekend features entertainment reviews and pop culture commentary and is hosted by Weekend's editor, Greg Gottfried. This week's guests include Jesse Pasternack, Ben Wittenstein and producer, Leah Johnson. Music credit: "Good Enough" by CuzOH
It’s hard for me to give an A-rating to an episode I feel like I’ve seen before.
Self-taught baker, Karlie Story, makes extravagant cakes for Sugar & Spice. See related story.
After more than 50 years, Larry Isom receives certificate of completion for ROTC requirements. See related story. Photos by Katelyn Rowe. Production by Leah Johnson. Music "Little Dipper" by Podington Bear.
Out in the Open features discussions and debates on hot topics and pressing issues in current events. The show is hosted by the Opinion editor, Madison Hogan, and stars columnists from the newspaper's Editorial Board. Columnists featured in this episode are Tristan Fitzpatrick and Matthew Cinkoske. Produced by Leah Johnson.
Weekly Weekend features entertainment reviews and pop culture commentary and is hosted by Weekend's editor, Greg Gottfried. This week's guests include Jesse Pasternack, Ben Wittenstein and producer, Leah Johnson.
Weekly Weekend features entertainment reviews and pop culture commentary and is hosted by Weekend's editor, Greg Gottfried. This week's guests include Jesse Pasternack and Ben Wittenstein. Produced by Leah Johnson. Intro music “Bit Rio” by Podington Bear.
See related story: "Brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon support mentor through cancer battle"
Tibetan monks participate in a fire ceremony at Unity of Bloomington. See related story.
“Dope” is the coming of age film black millennials have been waiting for.
I’m leaving a cafe in Tokyo when I get the news that Chance the Rapper has released his newest project. And my international data is turned off, so I can’t stream it via Spotify. And the hotel is a good 30 minutes away on foot, so I’m left with no recourse but to talk about how long-awaited this album is with a fellow fan.
‘The Age of Adaline’