Westbrook Enters In the History Books

On April 9, 2017 the people of Colorado witnesses a piece of history that is uncertain ever be broke again. Russel Westbrook Guard for Oklahoma City Thunder broke the long standing record for the most triple doubles in a single season with 42 triple doubles. Thunder vs Denver Nuggets was a highly anticipated game that it was a win or elimination from playoffs with the Denver Nuggets. Denver Nuggets came into this game with a lot of pressure of not being able to go to the playoffs if they … [Continue Reading...]

Sacramento Local Bands & Shows

Lately, there hasn't been an influx of recognition for local bands. Support the young and locals! Here are a couple of rad upcoming bands in the Sacramento area: Rosemother soundcloud.com/rosemotherr | instagram.com/rosemother Rosemother is a fun loving Sacramento band. The band is fronted by Haley Junker on the vocals/keyboard/guitar, Carson Junker on the drums, Maddie Edel on the guitar, and new addition Avery Mcpherson on the bass. They incorporate aspects of indie, synth and psychedelic … [Continue Reading...]

Twombly, Twombly!!!

  I recently visited the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. This is one of the exhibitions that caught my eye. Cy Twombly was an American artist, who belonged to the same generation as Robert Rauschenburg. He was a painter, sculptor, and photographer. He was born in 1928, died in 2011. In 1954, Twombly served as a cryptographer for the U.S. Army. In 1957, Twombly moved to Rome, where he spent the rest of his life. His work was mostly Abstract Expressionism.   Cy Twombly, Second … [Continue Reading...]

Album Review: Satan’s graffiti or God’s art?

Black Lips' new album is just like any other album they've released in the past 15 years, exciting and very different than any other release out there right now. In Satan's graffiti or God's art?, they've introduced a full time saxophonist Zumi Rosow, while two long-time members, Joe Bradley and Ian St. Pé, left the band. Black Lips' sound has been altered since the original drummer and long time guitarist have left, but their reckless and eclectic sound has shown itself in this album as … [Continue Reading...]

Surviving The Devil’s Anvil: Staying Motivated & Healthy Until Graduation

As of April 12th, 2017, spring graduates are just about a month away from graduating from Sac State and either entering entering the job market or heading to graduate school. It seems like just yesterday, we were entering our freshman year here at Sac State or just transferring from our community college. Now, we’re just about to call ourselves alumni of this great university.   But don’t get too ahead of yourself, fellow graduate as we got a almost a month or so left to survive. That … [Continue Reading...]

Westbrook Enters In the History Books

On April 9, 2017 the people of Colorado witnesses a piece of history that is uncertain ever be broke again. Russel Westbrook Guard for Oklahoma City Thunder broke the long standing record for the most triple doubles in a single season with 42 triple doubles. Thunder vs Denver Nuggets was a highly anticipated game that it was a win or elimination from playoffs with the Denver Nuggets. Denver Nuggets came into this game with a lot of pressure of not being able to go to the playoffs if they … [Continue Reading...]

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Westbrook Enters In the History Books

On April 9, 2017 the people of Colorado witnesses a piece of history that is uncertain ever be broke again. Russel Westbrook Guard for Oklahoma City Thunder broke the long standing record for the most triple doubles in a single season with 42 triple doubles. Thunder vs Denver Nuggets was a highly anticipated game that it was a win or elimination from … [Read More...]

REVIEWS

All In My Mind And All Of The Time: Spoon – Hot Thoughts Review

There have been a number of popular indie rock bands that have been lovingly (or deridingly depending on who you talk to) labeled “dad rock” - a title given to older bands who put out a consistent stream of quality albums that are dependably good … [Read More...]

Follow Me Into Sweet Fields of Blue: a Tennis Review

Tennis came back last month with there latest album Yours, Conditionally. After a months out at sea, facing nature and the isolation of the vast ocean they're back at it making dreamy surf pop. The duo had worked together with Urban Outfitters as … [Read More...]

The Case To Renew Timeless

When it comes to shows on television, I'm not usually the one who is caught up on all the seasons, especially when it comes to the hour-long shows that require hours of commitment and time to fully enjoy.   While many of my friends were … [Read More...]

Demon Hunter “Outlive”

"Tragedy should be utilized as a source of strength." - Dalai Lama XIV For the band Demon Hunter, the above-mentioned quote defines the message behind their eighth studio album, "Outlive". In the three years between their last album, … [Read More...]