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‘Klaus’ a heartwarming family film any time of year

Want to capture the magic of Christmas during quarantine? This flick will help
Angel Cazares, Staff Writer May 20, 2020
Santa Claus is a story that has been retold countless times and yet captures the spirit and message that has grown with moviegoers throughout the years. This is no different from Netflix's 2019 “Klaus” animated film, available year-round.
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Rainn Wilson as Dwight Schrute

12 MORE shows to find yourself in another world from quarantine

Looking for adventure, comedy, animation or documentaries? We've got you covered
Isaac Limon, Multimedia Editor May 15, 2020
In the latest News You Can Use, multimedia editor Isaac Limon is back with another list of binge-worthy shows.
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Viola Davis in “How to Get Away with Murder

12 shows to find yourself in another world from quarantine

Check out these binge-worthy shows
Isaac Limon, Multimedia Editor May 6, 2020
In the latest News You Can Use, multimedia editor Isaac Limon gives you plenty to watch on the small screen.
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Star Wars Day - starwars.com

7 ways to celebrate ‘May the 4th’

Restrictions don’t have to cancel your Star Wars Day celebration
Angel Cazares, Staff Writer May 1, 2020
In the latest News You Can Use, staff writer Angel Cazares helps you connect with your inner Star Wars fan.
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Train to Busan

REVIEW: “Train To Busan” a ride of a lifetime

South Korean film is thrilling, zombie-packed
Angel Cazares, Staff Writer April 29, 2020
Horror movies have had a trend of overproducing certain ideas. “Train to Busan” was the exception.
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Kingdom Hearts 3

REVIEW: Kingdom Hearts 3

This video game is ideal for Disney and action fans under stay-at-home orders
Angel Cazares, Staff Writer April 24, 2020
The player tries to find his friends and fight back the darkness that is destroying worlds in the finale of the Kingdom Hearts saga. 
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6 movies to watch from home

Streaming services aren't the only resource for movies -- check out the library for a catalog of great flicks
Angel Cazares, Staff Writer April 21, 2020
In the latest News You Can Use, staff writer Angel Cazares recommends movies to break up the long days at home.
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REVIEW: ‘The Invisible Man’ a must-see thriller

A haunting modern horror that proves the terror of abuse and obsession is streaming now
Uyen Pham, Staff Writer April 2, 2020
I had a chance to watch “The Invisible Man" recently and left the theater feeling terrified. Editor's note: This review contains spoilers for "The Invisible Man."
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Books in front of a closed door

8 books to (spring) break away from quarantine

As quarantine continues for City College students, reading can be a great escape
Melisa Cabello-Cuahutle, Managing Editor March 30, 2020
In this edition of News You Can Use, managing editor Melisa Cabello-Cuahutle shares her favorite books to read over spring break at home.
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REVIEW: Sonic: The Hedgehog dominates

The popular game was adapted to a movie with Ben Schwartz and Jim Carrey
Mikal Garcia, Staff Writter March 9, 2020
I've just recently seen "Sonic: The Hedgehog" and I must say I was pleasantly surprised. In most situations, game-based movie adaptations are unsuccessful in the box office and fall flat with the audience.
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West African Percussion Performers

African percussion concert brings the beat to City College

City Music, World Cultures bring acclaimed musicians to share how music has evolved
Alex Gomez, Staff Writer March 8, 2020
Acclaimed musician Adama Bilorou, along with peers Monette Marino and Nasira Keita, shared a traditional West African percussion performance at City College last Wednesday night.
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The Reflection

REVIEW: ‘Effortless’ production a success at City College festival

The Festival of New Plays runs through Sunday, March 14 at the Black Box Theater
Sophia Traylor, Staff Writer March 7, 2020
The Festival of New Plays introduced seven one-act plays written and performed by City College students. The challenge was to condense a solid one-act play into 10 minutes, a mission that sounds difficult but as an audience member was done well and appeared effortless.
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