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Quantico brings fresh storyline to TV

October 12

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BY DESTINE KYUBWA [email protected] ABC’S hit new series Quantico, released on Sept. 27. Despite being out of the world of ShondaLand, this show absolutely proves to measure up to many of her compelling, compelling dramas. They’re very few characters that play a big role in the main plot. Based on watching the previews, I assumed it would be a decent show...

French macarons reign supreme at Estelles

October 12

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BY MARINA EFSTATHIU [email protected] It may be out of the way, but Estelles Patisserie in downtown Sacramento is worth the 30 minute drive. While they offer a variety of sweet treats and lunch options, they do offer one thing that you can’t find in Roseville - French macarons. If you are not familiar with it, a macaron is a sweet meringue based cookie tha...

AHS Hotel a step up from previous season

October 12

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BY CLAIRE OERTLY [email protected] American Horror Story, a television show on FX, recently came out with its fifth season; Hotel. The show has been highly anticipated by fans and one of the new characters, Lady Gaga, helped create more publicity for its release. Each season tells a new story and the actors and actresses switch to new characters. All the actor...

TOP 3

October 12

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Netflix Original Shows OITNB A privileged woman is forced to put her life on hold when things from her past come forward and send her to prison. It is, by far, the most popular Netflix series and – for good reason. Orange is the New Black has great representation of all types of people and a well written story line. With the release of its third season it is clear that O...

CARACAL

October 12

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BY JOSH SOLSO [email protected] A must listen, Disclosure delivers everything you would expect and more within their new album Caracal. With collaborations with such artists as The Weeknd, Sam Smith and Miguel, this electronic duo perfectly illustrated their talent to create music in just their second studio album released. Heavily characterized by low, synthesized beats...

Until Dawn brings new aspect of fear

September 21

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BY SOPHIE COOK [email protected] The new big title realease of Until Dawn is a cinematic horror story exclusive to Sony’s PS4 that brings drama, raging teenage hormones, suspense and cringe worthy dialogue. At first glance, this game appears to be the cliche, teen slasher story we’ve all seen in movies before. After playing it however, I would argue it is in fa...

Honeymoon gets fans excited for a new tour

September 21

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BY VICTORIA WILKINSON [email protected] Lana Del Rey released her album Honeymoon last Friday with 14 dark and ballad-like tracks. Del Rey had been advertising this album since her previous Endless Summer tour. She even created a Honeymoon Hotline. The hotline is a phone number you can call where Del Rey talks about the album then gives you options to list...

Visit doesn’t live up to horror fan expectations

September 21

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BY GABI HUTSON [email protected] Director M. Night Shyamalan released his new movie The Visit on Sept. 11. The plot of the movie revolves around two children named Becca and Tyler visiting their grandparents, Doris and John, for the first time while their Mom goes on a cruise with her new boyfriend. Becca decides to take the opportunity to film her and her broth...

Travi$ Scott collaborates on, speaks out with new release

September 21

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BY CLAIRE OERTLY [email protected] Travi$ Scott’s new album, Rodeo, mixes multiple genres of music into one great album. He has many famous stars featured on his album, helping the songs sound better, as well as gain variety and publicity for the album in general. Leading up to Rodeo, Scott produced an album called Days Before Rodeo, anticipating fans for his...

FALL PREMIERE WEEK

September 21

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As the annual influx of show premieres and season returns begins this fall season, Eye of the Tiger’s entertainment staff took a look at some of the bigger offerings. Here are the shows that engage, interest and surprise us the most. SCREAM QUEENS BY AMY ADAMSON [email protected] Two decades after a mysterious death at Wallace University in the sorority Kappa H...