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College Cooking: lasagna

May 24, 2020 0

Lasagna might be the most classic comfort food. It’s not as hard to make as you’d think, and it’s extremely rewarding. It is very time consuming though – the whole […]

Mediterranean Grill restaurant review

May 17, 2020 0

See this as an incentive to help the foodservice industry: in times like these, we deserve to treat ourselves, and I believe that south-east Mediterranean food is a great choice […]

Himitsu Teriyaki: always a good idea

April 26, 2020 0

Of all the businesses adversely affected by the coronavirus, few are doing more to persist than our local food eateries. You don’t need me to spell out exactly how a […]

Chris D’Elia drops new Netflix special

April 26, 2020 0

Chris D’Elia’s fourth comedy special “No Pain” is one to be admired. The self-proclaimed New Jerseyan (really a Californian) has cemented himself atop the stand-up comedy game with this life-affirming, […]

Brighten up your life with origami flowers

April 19, 2020 0

Simple Origami Flowers to Make During Quarantine With an unprecedented quarantine on our hands, staying inside and avoiding contact with others is essential to reduce the spread of infection across […]

How to stay active during pandemic season

April 19, 2020 0

If you’ve been living under a rock, stay there! Washington State has administered social-distancing protections in order to combat the spread of COVID-19. Staying indoors is not only a preventative […]

Persona 5 Royal get 10 stars

April 19, 2020 0

It has been a big year for Japanese Role-Playing Games, with DragonQuest XI and the Final Fantasy 7 remake making big splashes in the gaming community. What went generally underappreciated […]

Thundercat: “It Is What It Is”

April 12, 2020 0

In the last few years Stephen “Thundercat” Bruner has become one of the best kept secrets in music. From Donald Glover to Travis Scott, the LA-native has been a go-to […]

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