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Ninja Sushi relocation slices competition

April 11, 2016


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BY KYLIE IRWIN [email protected] Ninja Sushi and Teriyaki is a locally owned restaurant and bar owned by sushi master, Chef Steve. I walked into the restaurant and was immediately greeted and seated by the friendly, inviting staff. The restaurant offers a fun and family-friendly environment. Each...

Snyder underwhelms fans

April 11, 2016


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Batman v Superman disappoints BY PRESTON WALTER [email protected] The movie which all comic fans had been waiting for finally hit theaters on March 24 – Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. The story follows Batman, played by Ben Affleck, and Superman, played by Henry Cavill. The two and a ha...

FASHION: Distance from status quo shows originality

April 11, 2016


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SENIOR TIANNA CHING BY GABI HUTSON [email protected] How would you describe your style or aesthetic? It’s sort of funny because I think half my style is kind of just like not really caring with old grandpa sweaters all the time, and then other times I do really like getting dressed up and ...

Lukas Graham more than just “7 Years”

April 11, 2016


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BY JOHNNY MULLIGAN [email protected] After seeing "7 Years" rise to number two on Billboard’s Hot 100, I was curious to hear more from this unknown band and was pleasantly surprised to find songs even better than "7 Years" on their album Lukas Graham or The Blue Album. Starting in Denmark...

FASHION: Rap culture inspires clean style

March 14, 2016


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JUNIOR EJ SUSBILLA BY GABI HUTSON [email protected] What inspires the way you dress? Just how I feel in the morning, like when I wake up and look in my closet. I pick whatever I want, how I’m feeling. Like today it was kind of gloomy so I put a black sweater on and some black pants on...

Lamar’s album blends old freestyle with bold lyrics

March 14, 2016


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BY PRESTON WALTER [email protected] On March 3, Kendrick Lamar dropped a surprise album titled Untitled Unmastered on iTunes, Spotify, Tidal and Google Play Music. This album, which marks Lamar’s 5th studio album, is a compilation of all his untitled songs that never reached his album...

Roseville Umai improves upon Natomas

March 14, 2016


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BY JAYDYNN SANTOS [email protected] Umai Savory Hot Dogs, which began in San Jose, now has two locations in the Sacramento area. One in Roseville and a new one in Natomas. Umai Dog is an Asian fusion hot dog restaurant that serves over 25 unique flavors, and customers can even build their...

10 Cloverfield Lane rivals predecessor

March 14, 2016


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BY GABI HUTSON [email protected] The spiritual successor to Cloverfield, 10 Cloverfield Lane, upholds the intensity of its predecessor – to an extent. Technically, it’s a sequel to the 2008 sci-fi flick Cloverfield, but it is more of a "spiritual sequel," which is a new addition to the ...

Zootopia restores old Disney spark

March 14, 2016


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BY KYLIE IRWIN AND JAYDYNN SANTOS [email protected] Zootopia, Disney’s newest film, offers a youthful experience with a hint of reality. It would be easy to assume this movie was going to be just another corny, predictable movie, however that is not the case. Disney has done it ag...

Japanese flavors arrive

March 14, 2016


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Daiso touts Japanese convenience BY MARC CHAPPELLE [email protected] Daiso gives me a reason to go to the Galleria. Before the Japanese one-dollar-fifty store migrated from the bay to the suburbs, my Galleria shopping experience extended only as far as tropical fruit smoothies (judge me) from the Or...

The Life of Pablo mixes West’s past

February 22, 2016


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Rapper Kanye West released his long-awaited studio album, The Life of Pablo exclusively to TIdal, the subscription-based music-streaming service. It’s an intentionally messy album of many different styles, feelings and artists. There are parts of this album that make you feel like you’re in church,...

Black artists bring needed attention to cultural issues

February 22, 2016


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BY TARAH JOHNSON [email protected] This year’s Black History Month has completely opened up the stage for African-American artists, with big stars like Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar producing more and more works of black excellence. Both of these prestigious artists have made their marks on ...