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Benson discusses new Comedy Central series

by Robert Wilson, Associate Managing Editor Comedian Doug Benson gave an interview about his career and new Comedy Central series “The Benson Interruption,” which premieres at midnight Friday. From San…

‘Fable III’ follows far behind prequel

by Taylor Stephens, Managing Editor As previous “Fables” before it, “Fable III” introduces the main character as the Hero of Albion, but new to the games is the fact that…

Newest in Duncan series disappoints

Iris Johansen’s latest Eve Duncan thriller, “Chasing the Night,” is exactly what I was expecting it to be: well-written, suspenseful and full of “Oh no!” moments. It also had the…

Swift spills soul in ‘Speak Now’

by Amy Olita Taylor Swift’s third album vocalizes two years of her growth into a woman; her stories of love, heartache, hatred, jealousy and remorse that she experienced since the…

Sequel proves to be worth the wait

by Taylor Stephens Though “Paranormal Activity 2” does not quite reach the same level of shock value or suspense building as the first film, it is almost a perfect sequel…

Band digs deep with prog-rock

by Robert Wilson Progressive-rock quartet Tetrafusion, comprised of North Louisiana college students, released their second album, “Altered State,” Oct. 12. Bassist Mark Michell said the band, also featuring lead vocalist/keyboardist…

‘Worship the music’ at Voodoo

by Robert Wilson Three days, six stages and more than 100 artists. For Halloween weekend, New Orleans City Park will host some of the world’s biggest musical acts, including headliners…

Music Review

  Unknown Component, the independent one-man project of Iowa City singer/songwriter Keith Lynch, released his eighth album, “The Infinite Definitive,” Oct. 12.  According to a press release, Lynch is a…

MOVIE REVIEW

by Kathleen Duncan Horror Master Wes Craven has a bright future ahead of him in comedy, maybe not stand-up but definitely in the movie genre. He earned his title for…

Ensemble encompasses world music

by Naomi Allison The Louisiana Tech Concert Association presented the Percussion Ensemble Cincinnati, a three-member group from the College-Conservatory of Music in the University of Cincinnati, Oct. 5 in Howard…