A Night of Redemption: Industrial Music Saves its Soul By John Vettese May 1999: A piss-poor show at the Theater of Living Arts featuring industrial faves Frontline Assembly, Switchblade Symphony, and Spahn Ranch causes me
ARDEN OPENS SEASON WITH CANDIDA By Melody Tash The Arden Theater Company opened its 2000-2001 season this past Tuesday with George Bernard Shaw’s verbose, witty play, Candida. The story of a vivacious woman who is
John Grisham’s The Testament Publication Date: 1999 John Grisham’s most recent book, The Testament, has an extra element of adventure. Unlike most of his previous books, there are no Mafia members lurking around every corner,
https://www.washingtonpost.com/intern Summer just ended and school is back in swing. Have you thought about what you want to do next summer? If you’re searching for an internship at The Washington Post, you’d better think fast.
Everyone should know that sleeping is essential to a healthy mind and body. So why aren’t more people taking precautionary measures to ensure they get a good night’s rest? We’re college students. Everyone knows that
Belle and Sebastian Fold Your Hands Child, You Walk Like a Peasant (Matador) When I first popped in this disc it seemed familiar: “I Fought in a War” is classic, lethargic-to-emphatic Belle and Sebastian, the
Temple starts its Big East football season this year with its best starting record since 1987. The 3-1 Owls begin their conference campaign against West Virginia tonight at Franklin Field. The Owls, who went 2-5