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“The Post” Challenges the Status Quo

Picture featuring the two main charactersof the movie The Post

Government accountability, freedom of the press and equal rights for women make Steven Spielberg’s 2018 Academy Award nominated film, “The Post,” as relevant today as its true events were in 1971.

Marvel’s “Iron Fist”

Iron Fist poster for Netflix series

Starting in 2015 with the Netflix series “Daredevil,” Marvel Studios has been producing shows on the streaming service that revolve around different characters in the Marvel Universe outside of “The Avengers” movies.

Green Day Revolution Radio Tour

Monday, March 27, Green Day performed at the Joe Louis Arena for the Revolution Radio Tour. The album “Revolution Radio” was released October 7, 2016, as a concept album giving some insight on the band’s political views.

Kuzzo’s: Not Your Usual Chicken and Waffles

Few new hip restaurants in Detroit offer cuisine that truly reflects the community in which it operates. It is even more rare to find such a restaurant that so boldly depicts the love and urgency of family.

Russell St. Deli: Soups, Sanctuary, and More

On a typical Saturday morning, Russell Street Deli often has a line outside the door. After eating there for lunch, it is easy to see why. Not only are the sandwiches attractive to look at, but their appearance matches their taste.

“Indo-Pak” Just Around the Corner

Tandoori Corner, located in Canton, boasts a variety of homemade fusion Indian-Pakistani cuisine. The small hole in the wall was opened two years ago by owner, Aisha, and her husband.

Crepes and Poutine at “La Fork” in Dearborn

The only restaurant that serves poutines, a famous Canadian dish, opened in Dearborn last spring.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Makes its Debut on Xbox One

Image of the Battlegrounds game

Originally released as a beta in March 2017 on the PC, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds previewed for Xbox One on Dec. 12. A month later, the Xbox One version has already sold over three-million copies. It was developed by Brendan Greene.

“Bright” Shines Light on Social Divisions

The poster of the Netflix film "Bright" Featuring Will Smith and Joel Edgerton

The Netflix original film “Bright,” directed by David Ayer, stars Will Smith and Joel Edgerton. In the first three days of its release in the U.S. last December just before the holidays, there were over 11 million TV streams.

If I Can Live Through This Album, I Can Do Anything

A picture of the Fall Out Boy Band

Known for lengthy song titles and incomprehensible lyrics, Fall Out Boy has always been the band of many wonders. When they began in the early 2000s as a small band from Chicago, they never dreamed they would be as big as they are now.

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