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Kratos Makes His Return in “God of War”

Promotional image showing Kratos and Atreus from God of War

According to Metacritic, “God of War” received 39 perfect scores from critics across the globe and was ranked as #1 in three categories: Best PS4 Game of 2018, Most Discussed PS4 Game of 2018 and the Most Shared PS4 Game of 2018.

The Fly Trap

Gingerbread waffles at The Fly Trap

Despite the name, once you have had a taste of their B-L-A-T+C, you won’t be able to resist The Fly Trap.

“On My Block”

Picture of characters from “On My Block” courtesy Netflix

“On My Block” is a comedic Netflix series about a group of teenage friends who are just starting high school in the inner city of South Central Los Angeles.

“A Series of Unfortunate Events” Season 2 is a Vivaciously Fruitful Display

Scene from “Series of Unfortunate Events” season 2 courtesy Netflix

“A Series of Unfortunate Events” season two continues to detail the horrible lives of the three Baudelaire children, and gives viewers a look into the shroud of darkness that is a childhood without proper care.

Sisterhood of Traveling Pies

Bri Meilbeck (white t-shirt) and co-workers at Sister Pie bakery.

In West Village, on Detroit’s east side, a little bakery has been causing quite a big stir. Sister Pie celebrates three years this month at its corner storefront on Kercheval Avenue.

The Many Flavors of Flowers of Vietnam

Korean fried caramel chicken wings at Flowers of Vietnam in Detroit

Located in the heart of Mexican Town in southwest Detroit, Flowers of Vietnam is a small restaurant that occupies the old Vernor Coney Island. The original Coney neon sign is still blazing in the window.

Marche du Nain Rouge

A man marching with the mache du nain holding a sign that says Detroit heart Nain

On March 25 in Detroit at Second and Canfield, the Nain Rouge – “red dwarf” – taunted the crowd by proclaiming, “I’m on a continuous loop of despair.

Getting to the Heart of “Annihilation”

Lighthouse scene from “Annihilation”

“Annihilation,” based on the 2014 novel by Jeff VanderMeer, directed and written for the screen by Alex Garland, and starring Natalie Portman as cellular biologist and former soldier, Lena, seeks to make the abstract cinematic.

“Tomb Raider:” Decent Movie, Better Game

Alicia Vikander as Lara Croft in “Tomb-Raider” holding a bow and arrow

Tomb Raider is a franchise that has been around since its debut on the Sony Playstation in 1996. With a current total of 17 video games and the release of the third movie on March 16, the franchise has undergone quite the change.

Subject: “Love, Simon”

Poster ad for Love, Simon courtesy 20th Century Fox

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