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Review: “Enola Holmes” is a delightful experience that will leave viewers eagerly awaiting the next mystery

Review: “Enola Holmes” is a delightful experience that will leave viewers eagerly awaiting the next mystery
November 8, 2020
“Enola Holmes” is genuinely delightful and sure to be a favorite on my watchlist for the foreseeable future. With such amazing actors, timely themes and compelling characters, it’s the perfect film to check out and fall in love with.

Review: “Locke & Key” is another hit for Netflix

Review: “Locke & Key” is another hit for Netflix
March 31, 2020
With many twists and turns, intriguing characters, a compelling plot and stellar exploration of themes, “Locke & Key” should be your next Netflix binge watch.

“Love Is Blind”: The show we didn’t think we needed

“Love Is Blind”: The show we didn’t think we needed
March 25, 2020
Would you be able to fall in love with someone and commit to them, without seeing them? Netflix’s newest hit show, “Love Is Blind,” gave the term “blind date” a whole new meaning and pushed the boundaries of finding love.

“PlayStation Vue” offers convenient and affordable television service

The
March 30, 2016

PlayStation just launched a new service that could change the way we “Vue” television. “PlayStation Vue” launched to select markets in places like New York and Chicago in 2015. On March...

ESPN finds news home right here at Mercer

EMILY FARLOW / EDITOR IN CHIEF
August 27, 2014

WMUB, Mercer University’s television station, is streaming now on Cox Channel 112, but the content is neither local nor live coverage… yet. In April, former State Sen. Cecil P. Staton Jr. and neurosurgeon...

Get your Guido on with Kathleen

Get your Guido on with Kathleen
February 9, 2011

All I can say about “The Jersey Shore” is “Why?” I wish that could be the entire article because I feel it encompasses my entire article perfectly. I just do not understand the mass appeal of...

The four best things of 2010

February 2, 2011

I know that best of lists are kind of a year-end tradition. Pitchfork, The AV Club, and virtually every other pop culture critic in the world likes to post a list at the end of the year, recapping their...

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