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We Will Wait: Mumford & Sons Taking “Indefinite” Hiatus

It’s true: the Bluegrass rockers are calling time out. Mumford & Sons recently announced their intent to rest before the last stop on their extensive Babel tour in Bonner Springs, Kansas. Keyboardist Ben Lovett spoke with Rolling Stone, saying, “There won’t be any Mumford & Sons activities for the foreseeable future…We have no idea [how long]. We just know we’re going to take a considerable amount of time off.” ...

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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Pilot Review

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is the latest addition to the Marvel cinematic universe, except it takes place on television. On Tuesday night the pilot of the show aired for the first time and was welcomed by millions of viewers, breaking records for ABC and TV across the board. The real question on most peoples mind before, during, and even after the shows airing is whether or not it will work out and be a good addition to the universe already built by Paramount and Disney. It really seemed as though fan reaction ranged from very mixed about it being a show to being upset(or just unaware) that they would be bringing back Clark Gregg’s Agent Coulson to life. It was hard to come by a positive outlook on the idea as a whole, given that some of the trailers and TV spots seemed not only cheesy but horribly written and acted. Alas, there was a glimmer of hope that was Joss Wheadon who, now pretty much being the godfather of all things Avengers, directed and helped write the pilot. Was he enough to save the show from anything? Well, kind of. ...

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Insidious Chapter 2 – Where Is God?

This won't be your typical movie review. The first half will be dedicated to points one and two. The latter half to point three. It's especially important, as Christians, to examine movies that feature an afterlife, demons and ghosts because it only goes to prove the idea of what we believe: spiritual warfare is real. ...

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Catching up with The Advocates

With the recent Lab Band auditions, The Advocates are currently enjoying another term as a Greenville College Lab band. The Papyrus got a chance to sit down with the funk-rock band's vocalist/guitarist Austin Fredrich to chat about the band. ...

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Emery to leave Tooth and Nail Records, start own Bad Christian Music label

A band of Christians, Emery is taking on a slew of new opportunities that could lead to a movement in the Christian community. Already known for challenging music listeners and blog readers alike, band members Toby Morrell, Matt Carter, Josh Head, and Dave Powell are increasing their notoriety by stepping away from long-time label Tooth and Nail Records and starting their own, dubbed Bad Christian Music. This label will represent not only Emery, but side project Matt and Toby. Other artists have yet to be announced. ...

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Doyle and Christie

Written by Madeline Kohlberg; Media by Austin Stephens Poison is inescapable in this world. It can be found in our homes, our food, our medicine, and in the very air that we breathe. It can cure us of our diseases as easily as kill us. Today, poisoners work amongst us every day of the week, performing experiments with the goal of benefiting humanity. Yet, it is not on these miracle workers that we tend to g ...

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Summer Blockbuster: The Bad

Written by Tyler Lamb. Media by Austin Stephens. Now out of all the movies I saw this summer, not all of them were that good. This will continue the list of what I saw with what was mediocre to just plain bad. Try and avoid most of these at all cost. Iron Man 3: I already reviewed this. Judging by the comments on my review, I missed a line that explained something I ranted about. Oh well, I made a mistake. ...

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Console War Gripes

Once upon a time a man invented the internet. Everybody thought that the internet was going to be this wonderful place of discovery, a place that people would come together and solve the worlds problems. Sadly, that future never came. The purpose of the internet is seemingly to breed trolls and create debating grounds, if you can even call them debates. And lately there is one debate that has ruled the front page of the internet. The console wars. ...

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Summertime Blockbuster: The Good Stuff

The summer tends to be a barrage of movies, both big budget and low. Sometimes it gets a tad bit overwhelming for avid moviegoers like myself to see them all. At the end of the few month fiasco, most seem to ask the question of what was the best. Here is a list of the movies that released this summer that I saw and thought to be the best it had to offer. They are ordered by release date, not by rank. So without further ado, here is the good of the summer. ...

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To Infinity and Beyond!

When Avalanche Software and Disney Interactive released Toy Story 3: The Video Game in 2010, expectations were low. Actually, that’s an overstatement. There simply were no expectations. It’s long been known among gamers that, much like game-to-film transitions, film-to-game transitions are almost always abysmal. When those who were brave enough to try out the new Toy Story game got to actually playing it, though, they found themselves enjoying one of the most inventive, purely enjoyable gaming experiences of that year – the rare movie game that was successful, largely because Avalance felt no need to rehash the story people surely already saw in the film and instead gifted the world with a creation known, quite fittingly, as the “Toy Box.” ...

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