February 22, 2013
Filed under A&E, Food Reviews
For most college students, coffee is a staple used to get through the day. School coffee is convenient but never tastes as good as it should.
Some local shops take only a couple minutes to drive to, and are worth it for a latte that doesn’t taste like coffee-flavored water.
The Two Teaspoons Café... Read more »
February 7, 2012
Filed under Feature
The 12 week grueling competition came to an end on Dec. 10 as four finalists took to the stage at Black Bear Frozen Yogurt shop, each playing their hearts out for a shot at the $1,000 grand prize.
Narrowed down from 12 semi-finalists, Otis B. Driftwood, Crush the Empire, Cell Phone Parking Lot, and Island Bound went head-to-head... Read more »
December 28, 2011
Filed under A&E, Feature, News
Formed a mere nine months ago, local music group Cell Phone Parking Lot was sent through to the semi-finals with a sound completely different than former contestants.
Playing for their second time on Oct. 25, a band of three teenagers grace the stage at Black Bear Frozen Yogurt with a humble ... Read more »
December 19, 2011
Filed under Music Reviews
“Crush the Empire.” Yes, for all you Star Wars lovers out there this is indeed a reference. “Crush the Empire” is a 3-piece band from a generation that grew in that era we love to call the 90’s.
Although the band is a new project only just a few months, old members aren’t new to the music scene at all. Vocalist... Read more »