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“My Search for the Best Bud”

In a city with more than 150 medicinal marijuana dispensaries, finding a store that has integrity and customer service can be daunting. Luckily, I have done the work for you.

Geostorm: The Movie

Geostorm Movie Poster

Co- written, produced, and directed by Dean Devlin in his directorial debut, “Geostorm” was released into theaters on Oct. 20.

“Life is Strange: Before the Storm” Episode Two

“Life is Strange: Before the Storm” Episode Two

As the old saying goes, desperate times call for desperate measures. When the world is crashing down around you, do you run or do you find a place to stay safe? What do you cling to? Who do you go to?

Andrew Tyson and the Dearborn Symphony

Portrait of Andrew Tyson

On Oct. 6, the Dearborn Symphony Orchestra kicked off its 56th season with a concert at the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center, featuring special guest, pianist Andrew Tyson.

Only Lovers Will Survive in St. Vincent’s Glamorous, Miserable “MASSEDUCTION”

Though Annie Clark released her first album, “Marry Me,” under the moniker St. Vincent ten years ago, it wasn’t until her fourth album that she started receiving national attention. The self-titled, “St.

“Riverdale”: The Town With Pep

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A town with murders hanging in the air. A killer on the loose ready to strike again. A young man afraid of someone harming his family again. A troubled teen trying to decide if he wants to follow the path of his father.

“Wonder Woman”

If bound by that golden lasso of truth, I’d have to admit that DC Comic’s new Wonder Woman blockbuster has captured the delight of this Marvel movie fan, and quite possibly its audience entirely.

“Dead Men Tell No Tales”

After nearly six years since they last graced the big screen, Captain Jack Sparrow and his band of buccaneers are back with “Dead Men Tell No Tales”, the fifth instalment of Disney’s Pirates of The Caribbean “Dead Men Tell No Tales” has a storyline whi

Fun with the Undead in “iZombie”

Working in a morgue is not an easy or pleasing job. Working in a morgue while being a zombie? Seems like it would be heaven. But what if every brain you consumed caused you to take on the personality and memories of the victim?

“Mass Effect: Andromeda” is a beautiful disappointment

Since the release of “Baldur’s Gate” in 1998, video game developer BioWare has been synonymous with story-driven role-playing games.

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