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How Quick Bright Things Come to Confusion! Some Thoughts on the Furman Playhouse Production of “Romeo and Juliet.”

By Nick Radel, Contributor

It might not be too far wrong to say that William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” is the greatest love story in the English language. 694 more words

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Bex Juice Bar and Café

By Catherine McLaughlin, Contributor

Growing up, the Simon family had a running joke that one of their daughters would one day open a store. Becky Simon had never taken this idea seriously until stepping into a juice bar on a family trip to the Cayman Islands. 480 more words

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International Dance Festival

By Molly Brice, Contributor

The sixth annual International Dance Festival transcended the confines of McAlister Auditorium through its celebration of global songs and dance, spanning from South America to South Korea, Thurs. 457 more words

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Logan Review

By Murphy Kenefick, Columnist

Seventeen years after debuting the Wolverine character in Bryan Singer’s “X-Men,” Hugh Jackman returns to the role for the final time in “Logan,” a new spin on an otherwise fatigued franchise. 525 more words

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“The Art of Dr. Seuss” Exhibit Reveals Full Depth of Beloved Author’s Talent

I came to “The Art of Dr. Seuss,” a traveling exhibition of Theodor Geisel’s life and work (“Dr. Seuss” was Geisel’s nom de plume) currently ensconced in the Upcountry History Museum, hoping to find the answer to a question that was troubling me. 801 more words

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“Love” Season 2 Review

By Murphy Kenefick, Columnist

At this point in the streaming business, Netflix is working its way towards a monopoly. There seems to be a new season or series of original content every week—so much so that it’s almost impossible to consume it all. 503 more words

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