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“Invisible Man” Fades Into the Background

Matt Dillon, Staff Writer

March 11, 2020

“The Invisible Man” captures the source material’s personal sense of paranoia competently but otherwise misses much of what made Wells’ story such an enduring classic.

Shopping and Supporting The Cure

Cure Thrift Shop has a number of name brand clothing for a steal. (Courtesy of Katie Schulte/ The Fordham Ram)

Katie Schulte, Contributing Writer

March 11, 2020

I’ve found everything from SoulCycle and Lululemon gear to Zara and J. Crew sweaters, and even Alexander Wang and Prada pieces.

Learning from Nahko Bear

Nahko Bear performs in the group Nahko and Medicine for the People. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Joergen Ostensen, Projects Editor

March 11, 2020

Nahko, whose ancestry is Puerto Rican, Filipino and Apache, was adopted and raised by white parents, never meeting his birth mother until he was in his 20s.

Ozzy Osbourne’s “Ordinary Man” Is Extraordinary

Ozzy Osbourne's latest album,

Noah Osborne, Staff Writer

March 11, 2020

His 12th studio album “Ordinary Man” serves as a testament that after nearly five decades, Osbourne truly is an iron man.

SoHo’s Balthazar Is Perfection From Start to Finish

Balthazar features a diverse and delicious menu. (Courtesy of Alexandra Lange/ The Fordham Ram)

Alexandra Lange, Staff Writer

March 11, 2020

With egg specials like the ratatouille omelette, classic fish options like trout and salmon and sweet breakfast treats like French toast and waffles;, Balthazar has something for you no matter your taste preferences.

Leaks and Labels Can’t Hold Lil Uzi Vert Back: “Eternal Atake” Is a Thundering Victory

Lil Uzi Vert returns with his widely-anticipated album,

Sam Hadelman, Staff Writer

March 11, 2020

The record is intimate, versatile and intriguing, all while exceeding impossible expectations.

Pilot Pete’s Turbulent Season of “The Bachelor”

This season of  “The Bachelor” features pilot Peter (Pete)  Weber. S a pioneer in abortion rights, passed away at the age of 69. 69.n HBO’s new seven-part limited series “Big Little Lies.” (Courtesy of Facebook)

Taylor Mascetta, Contributing Writer

March 4, 2020

Remarkably, Weber’s season may actually be the most over-the-top, crazy and absolutely diabolic one ever.

“The Circle” Plays At Our Desire To Connect

“The Circle,” a Netflix original reality TV show explores the way people connect and interact online. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Kelly Christ, Opinion Editor

March 4, 2020

There are nuanced levels to all technology use, and “The Circle” reminds us that we all have the same concerns about how we appear online.

“The Cordillera of Dreams” Explores Heartbreak of Political Trauma

“The Cordillera of Dreams” narrates a war waged in the Andes mountains. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Alex Dickison, Staff Writer

March 4, 2020

A deep mournfulness forms a tangible layer over the whole of the film, serving as a sad foil to the urgency of its politics.

Ocean Vuong’s “On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous”

Ocean Vuong’s “On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous.” (Courtesy of Facebook)

Mason Rowlee, Columnist

March 4, 2020

Although the novel is short, its impact on readers is tremendous.

Lil Baby’s Vulnerabilities Shine on “My Turn”

Lil Baby released his album “My Turn” on Feb. 28 after a year long break.  (Courtesy of Facebook)

Alexandra Lange, Staff Writer

March 4, 2020

Continuing to push his limits as a rapper, Lil Baby opens up and shows his vulnerable side on the album, particularly on “Emotionally Scarred” and “Can’t Explain.”

The Fashion Industry Evolves With The Times

Social media, especially sites such as instagram, has helped to popularize street ware, a style trend characterized by brands such as Supreme, Off-White and Balenciaga. (Courtesy of Facebook)

Max Quintas

March 4, 2020

What is considered ‘fashionable’ isn’t so black and white anymore, because people outside of the industry can grow a following online and promote their own idea of what stylish apparel looks like.

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