The Cardinal Times

Review: A new star is born: Lady Gaga’s acting career

Anna Loy

November 30, 2018

Filed under Movie Reviews, Opinion, Reviews

Bradley Cooper’s newest project, “A Star is Born” is a beautiful yet tragic story that explores the price of celebrity and the toll it takes on your mental health. The story follows the relationship between Jackson Maine, a washed...

Review: Billie Eilish- no copycat

Hannah Mangold

November 30, 2018

Filed under Music Reviews, Opinion, Reviews

Lilac-haired, 16-year-old Billie Eilish is Webster’s definition of a paradox. While her angelic voice serenades her heartfelt ballads, the allusion to violence throughout her baleful productions suggests that hell takes form i...

Review: The Frights are becoming normal

Mak Johnson

November 30, 2018

Filed under Music Reviews, Opinion, Reviews

The Frights, an American band formed in 2012, has just released their new album “Hypochondriac” on Aug. 24th, 2018. The band has three members: Mikey Carnevale (vocals/guitar), Richard Dotson (bass), and Marc Finn (drums)....

Wonderful atmosphere with a side of delicious food

Mathile Scheffler

February 2, 2018

Filed under Features, Food Reviews, Reviews

On the busy corner of 12th and Washington sits Cheryl’s on 12th, a charming restaurant that is sure to satisfy. With a welcoming exterior and doors that are open to everyone, the restaurant seems to invite diners in to enjoy no...

Review: The Good Doctor

Review: The Good Doctor

January 25, 2018

“Wu Tang Clan: The Saga Continues”: A stain on the Wu-Tang name

Archie Barnes

January 18, 2018

Filed under Features, Music Reviews, Opinion, Reviews

When Wu-Tang Clan released “Enter the Wu-Tang (36 chambers)” in 1993, they shocked the world. With Method Man’s rhymes, RZA’s beats, and ODB’s flow, it sounded like nothing anyone had heard before. It was incredible,...

“Battle of the Sexes”: A Hillary Clinton Movie in a Donald Trump World

Evan Reynolds

January 18, 2018

Filed under Features, Movie Reviews, Opinion, Reviews

The year is 1973. A highly publicized tennis match, “The Battle of the Sexes,” is aired between incendiary sexist has-been Bobby Riggs and young up-and-comer Billie Jean King. The media circus of blatant chauvinism surrounding th...