• 5 Artists We Are Excited to See at Lollapalooza 2016

    By Jose Burgos | Posted July 26, 2016


      Cage the Elephant at Lollapalooza 2014 | Photo: The Odyssey Online   This year, the annual Chicago music festival Lollapalooza will be be held from July 28 – 31 at Grant Park downtown. This year, the festival will be celebrating its 25th year anniversary since its founding in 1991 by Jane’s Addiction singer, Perry [...]

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  • Review: I Finally Got My Own Movie

    By Matt Jakubowski | Posted April 21, 2016


      “Deadpool” was released on Feb 12 and it was everything it needed to be to make Deadpool fans happy. Ryan Reynolds waited many years to play the role of Deadpool in a standalone movie and he finally did it. The biggest problem with making a Deadpool movie was making sure the complex comic character [...]

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  • Review: I’m in Control

    By Matt Jakubowski | Posted February 17, 2016


    In a game where you are limited in what you can do, it’s hard to find it highly enjoyable. That’s not the case for “The Stanley Parable.” Although choices are limited, it still makes for an exceptionally interesting and fun game.   “The Stanley Parable” is an interactive narrative in which you play as a [...]

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  • Review: “Dystopia” Brings Return to the Old Days

    By Matt Jakubowski | Posted February 17, 2016


    Megadeth is back to claim the title of “Heavy Metal Titans.” Their newest and 15th studio album “Dystopia,” brings back feelings of their old thrash days. There was a lot of drama circulating the band over the last few months with the sudden departure of Shawn Drover and Chris Broderick.   Fans wondered if there [...]

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  • The Secret Behind the Zamboni Driver

    By Matt Jakubowski | Posted February 4, 2016


    The Chicago winter has finally arrived. Cold temperatures, snow, ice—all the things people love about winter. It seems as though winter is starting later and later every year, and for people like me, it’s a bad thing.   I have loved winter ever since I was young. The cold never bothered me and I always [...]

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  • Review: The Force Has Awoken

    By Matt Jakubowski | Posted February 4, 2016


    It’s no surprise that the release of the first “Star Wars” movie in 10 years had many people skeptical. For many, the new movie would either be really good or really bad. The original trilogy of “A New Hope,” “The Empire Strikes Back” and “Return of the Jedi” was revolutionary for its time. The second [...]

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  • Bernie Sanders, Socialism and Class Struggle in the United States

    By Zahid Alvarez | Posted February 1, 2016


    Originally posted on Sept. 21 —   A specter is haunting America—the specter of socialism.   It has been 23 years since the fall of the Soviet Union, and America faces the prospect of a Socialist becoming President. In a post-Cold War world marked by environmental cataclysm, economic and political instability, and economic inequality at [...]

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  • Feminism: A Socialist Perspective

    By Zahid Alvarez | Posted January 1, 2016

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    When asked who he would like to see be elected president in 2016 on an episode of “Ellen,” pop singer Pharrell Williams said he would like to see Hillary Clinton become the first women president in the country’s history. “It’s time for a woman to be in there,” Williams said. “Women think about things in [...]

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