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Carlton Mcgrone

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Netflix’s ‘Insatiable’ is surprisingly stellar

Despite the large amount of negative press the show received before its release, “Insatiable” may throw Debby Ryan into the role she was always...

Fantasy lovers will approve of ‘The Dragon Prince’

“The Dragon Prince,” the spiritual successor to the massively popular “Avatar: The Last Airbender,” finally hit Netflix after months of buildup. Not only does...

‘Sweetener’ may be Ariana Grande’s finest album

Appearing just after her more steamy, sensual album “Dangerous Woman,” the rising star Ariana Grande slows down her good vibes in order to throw...

‘Infinity War’ is the first true comic book film

Marvel has yet again somehow pulled off the impossible. As stated in almost every other Marvel review from the Printz, MCU fans often feel...

Father-son relationship explored in ‘God of War’

Killing Norse gods, vanquishing ice giants and learning to be a better father are some of the many facets that players will experience in...

‘Top Pop, Vol. 1’ will make you an a cappella fan

Short, sweet and packed with the latest pop hits, Pentatonix’s newest album “Top Pop Vol. 1” not only made me a bigger fan of...

Cardi B bares all of her naked truths in ‘Invasion of Privacy’

With its interesting use of beats, dynamic rhythms and head-bobbing rhyming patterns, there are few weak tracks on “Invasion of Privacy.” The lyrics are...

‘A Quiet Place’ tells of a family’s struggle to survive

In the past few years, a very select few of outlandish horror films manage to amaze audiences as true representations of the horror genre....

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Bias against Markle divides the royal family

Duchess Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s decision to leave their positions as senior members of the royal family is unquestionably tied to racism.

Cassettes gain popularity in Hattiesburg

Picture this: it’s the middle of summer break. You and your friends hop on your bikes and ride to the mall. You grab an Orange Julius and head for the arcade, but suddenly stop when a music store’s sign catches your eye: “There’s a revolution.”
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