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Restaurant review: South Side Walnut Cafe

Alex Flynn | Oct 10 2011 | in Arts & Culture

The South Side Walnut Cafe is a great place to go if you're in the mood for a warm, comforting meal—it’s constantly busy and swarming with peo...

Zooey Deschanel shines in New Girl

Ella Jenak | Oct 10 2011 | in Arts & Culture

In the new Fox comedy “New Girl,” Zooey Deschanel shines as the awkward and inept Jess, a girl who moves in with an eclectic trio of guys she find...

Paragraphic: St. Vincent at the Boulder Theater

Eli Boonin-Vail and Sam Rock | Oct 9 2011 | in Arts & Culture

Paragraphic is a recurring segment written by Entertainment Editor Sam Rock and Print Editor-In-Chief Eli Boonin-Vail. The two trade paragraphs i...

Extravaganza gives voice to fine arts department

Eli Boonin-Vail | Oct 5 2011 | in Arts & Culture

Every year for as long back as anyone in the department can remember, Fairview High School's fine arts program has put on a communal concert t...

Moneyball: a 21st century baseball movie

Eli Boonin-Vail | Oct 3 2011 | in Arts & Culture

Let it be said that Moneyball requires of its viewers a pretty intimate knowledge of baseball. Most will be able to enjoy and take in the universa...

Podcast Review: WYNC's Radiolab

Katie Steen | Oct 1 2011 | in Arts & Culture

If you are bored of listening to “Party Rock Anthem” on repeat while you exercise or you are taking your iPod headphones off and feeling less educ...

Album review: Blink-182 – Neighborhoods

Sam Rock | Sep 29 2011 | in Arts & Culture

“Neighborhoods” is Blink-182’s first album since their 2005 break-up/indefinite hiatus thing (no one really knows what to call i...

Kelsie Jeffords: second most talented girl in America

Caroline Kruger and Piper Salvator | Sep 28 2011 | in Arts & Culture

Over 14 million viewers religiously follow America’s Got Talent. Who knew that the second most talented girl in America attends our very own schoo...

Bonkers for Books! — One Day

Katie Steen and Ella Jenak | Sep 27 2011 | in Arts & Culture

“Bonkers for Books!” is a recurring feature by Royal Banner reporters Katie Steen and Ella Jenak about novels that have been adapted into movies. ...