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Whitford crowned Miss Tech 2011

by Zach Beaird, STAFF REPORTER Elizabeth Whitford took the crown at the 54th annual Miss Tech pageant held Jan.11 at the Howard Center for the Performing Arts. The Union Board…

The Vidrines warm the cool crowd at Sundown concert

by Robert Wilson, Entertainment Editor With custom suits, punk roots and a manic performance style, the Vidrines appeared at the Sundown Tavern Saturday night to provide quality entertainment for the…

Supergroup band succeeds

by Robert Wilson, Entertainment Editor Considering the diverse track records, combining members of metal legends Anthrax, disbanded pop-masters Fall Out Boy and metalcore group Every Time I Die may seem…

Disney music fills Howard with childhood memories

by Sherelle Black, Staff Reporter Nostalgic sounds filled Howard Auditorium, Center for the Performing Arts, as Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America Inc. and Sigma Alpha Iota performed songs…

Edmondson performs, receives rave reviews

by Naomi Allison, Staff Reporter When country crooner Bleu Edmondson first stepped onto the stage at Dawghouse Sports Bar and Grill dressed in a bright red hat, black Adidas jacket,…

The Band Perry revealed

by Amy Olita, Editor Brothers Reid and Neil Perry, two-thirds of The Band Perry, gave me an insider’s guide to the group’s creative process and their newly released self-titled album. …

‘Passion Play’ pleases through pages

by Kathleen Duncan, Senior News Editor I wasn’t expecting much when I picked up Beth Bernobich’s debut novel and first in her series, “Passion Play,” last week. I finished it…

‘Due Date’ stars fail to hide film’s flaws

by Robert Wilson, Associate Managing Editor Following in the same vein as Steve Martin and John Candy’s buddy-comedy “Planes, Trains, and Automobiles” and the classic pairing of David Spade and…

Cowboy Mouth fails to live up to hype

by Kelly Belton, News Editor It wasn’t a full house Friday night as Cowboy Mouth took the stage at 3 Docs, but it was by no means empty as Rustonians…

‘Richard III’ captivates audiences

by Naomi Allison, Staff Reporter Though the School of Performing Art’s presentation of Shakespeare’s “Richard III” is difficult to follow, its elaborately designed costumes, ghost-laden nightmares, disturbing references to incest,…