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VISIONS film festival celebrates undergrad success

Juliane Bullard | Assistant Layout Editor March 31, 2011

UNCW's film department is hosting the VISIONS film festival and conference this Friday, April 1 in Lumina Theater with free admission for the general public. The festival will showcase international talent...

The Budget Epicureans Review: Flaming Amy’s Bowl

Jeremy Smyczek | Staff Writer March 31, 2011

Each week, the Budget Epicureans select an eatery or take-out establishment, in search of quality and value. Bonus points are awarded for healthy options.Given its phenomenal popularity despite a horrid...

Annual Azalea Festival continues tradition of southern entertainment

Gillian Perry | Assistant Lifestyles Editor March 23, 2011

 Southern tradition and entertainment are the basis of the North Carolina Azalea Festival. This year is the 64th annual festival, and one can expect five days full of that traditional fun which includes...

The Budget Epicureans Review: The Pirates Table Seafood Restaurant

Jeremy Smyczek | Staff Writer March 23, 2011

Each week, the Budget Epicureans select an eatery or take-out establishment, in search of quality and value. Bonus points are awarded for healthy options.Despite the criticism deep-fried foods receive...

A Clean Sort of Grunge: review of the Flannel Rebellion at Wild Wing Café

Jeremy Smyczek | Staff Writer March 23, 2011

Along with the usual suspects like grey hair and a softening midsection, one knows that he has been alive for a little while when the music of his teen years is rediscovered by a new generation, rebranded...

Indie duos Cults and Sleigh Bells coming soon to NC

Pernille Larsen | Staff Writer March 9, 2011

You've heard it ad nauseam. Boy meets girl — preferably in Brooklyn — they form a band, post their songs on the web, fall into a digital vortex of hysterical hype and finally become the faces that...

REVIEW: ‘Rango’ is an instant animated western classic

Chris Harris | Staff Writer March 9, 2011

With Pixar studios holding a monopoly on great animated movies, it was beginning to seem that no other animation studio would be able to compete. Fortunately, Gore Verbinski's 3-D animation venture "Rango"...

Failing to Make us Sad: A Review of UNCW Presents Yasmin Levy

Jeremy Smyczek | Staff Writer March 9, 2011

Israeli-born singer-songwriter Yasmin Levy wants to make her listeners cry, but in a good way. That's the impression that she gave during her Feb. 28 appearance at Keenan Auditorium as part of the UNCW...

REVIEW: Lykke Li serves soulful torch songs on sophomore album

Pernille Larsen | Staff Writer March 9, 2011

Four years have passed since the Swedish indie pop singer, Lykke Li, released her debut album. By the sounds of her new record "Wounded Rhymes," she has done a lot of growing and breaking up since. In...

Edith Pearlman’s ‘Binocular Vision’ draws fans to reading

Juliane Bullard | Assistant Layout Editor March 9, 2011

Edith Pearlman's engaging personality shined last Thursday night as she read selected pieces from her anthology of short stories, collectively titled "Binocular Vision." The collection is a product of...

The Budget Epicureans Review: Elizabeth’s Pizza

Jeremy Smyczek | Staff Writer March 9, 2011

Each week, the Budget Epicureans select an eatery, take-out establishment or recipe, searching for quality and value. Bonus points are awarded for healthy options.Elizabeth's Pizza on Market Street has...

Professor creates three-dimensional exhibit in Cultural Arts Building gallery

Gillian Perry | Assistant Lifestyles Editor March 2, 2011

As you walk into the art gallery in the Cultural Arts Building, it may take a moment to notice the exhibit itself. But looking up, one will notice lines of yellow monofilament stretched across the gallery...

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