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“Frankenstein” comes to the Backdoor Playhouse

Jacob Alexander, playing Young Victor, recites lines while holding an unconscious Michaela Crawford, playing Elizabeth. Photo by Rebecca Franey. Frankenstein is brought back to life through a new lens that delves deeper into the philosophical question of creation. Tech Players perform the fall production “Playing with Fire (After Frankenstein)” by […]

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Review: Bob’s Burgers season 9

Bob’s Burgers is back and funnier than ever for its ninth season. The Emmy-winning show premiered in 2011 and continues to enchant with its witty banter, colorful characters and musical flavor. The show follows the Belcher family, including parents Bob and Linda and their three children Tina, Gene and Louise. […]

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Amazon’s “Jack Ryan” hits more than misses

Amazon Video’s new original series, “Jack Ryan” premiered on Aug. 31 to subscribers. The TV show is loosely based on Tom Clancy’s series of the same name. “Jack Ryan” features John Krasinski of “The Office“ fame as the title character, a CIA intelligence analyst assigned to investigate suspicious financial transactions […]

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Review: Bojack Horseman Season 5

On Sept. 14, Season 5 of the infamous cartoon show Bojack Horseman released on Netflix. With it came the existential crises, life questioning revelations, cheeky wordplay, and scathing pop culture criticisms one can expect from a Bojack Horseman season.       The series, which premiered on Netflix in 2014, tackles adult themes […]

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No bitter notes in sweetener

Pop star Ariana Grande.  Photo by DeviantArt user LegendaryRonin. Ariana Grande is one of the luckiest women in the world. There’s the insane vocal talent, a successful acting and musical career, and of course, the famous ponytail I could only dream of replicating – all of this is something that […]

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‘Scrubs’ gets love from me

If you know me, you would know I love a good workplace comedy. Especially, if you judge me based on the embarrassing amounts of time I have re-watched “Parks and Recreation.” However, there is one work environment sitcom that I turn to often that is often forgotten. That show is […]

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Big love, big impact

The TTU Department of English and the APO Dramatic Honor society presented the 28th Annual Dorothy Printz Pennebaker Memorial spring production of “Big Love” by Charles Mee from April 5-April 14. Directed by Professor Mark Harry Creter, “Big Love”  is a modern take on “The Suppliants” by Aeschylus. The plot […]

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Omni-con brings nerd culture to Tech

Isaac Wright | Contributor A mix of students and community members gathered in the Millard Oakley STEM center to attend Omni-Con, a pop culture convention organized by Alpha Psi Phi, on March 24. Like most pop culture conventions, Omni-Con hosted a variety of vendors who brought art and crafts themed […]

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‘Survivor’ is still surviving

Imagine the summer of 2000 and sitting down in front of your television screen to watch a show about a group of strangers living on an island and voting each other off so that the sole survivor would win one million dollars. 2000 seems so far away now, here in […]