Thomas Fiss, who celebrated his 25th birthday yesterday, is a former Capitol Records recording artist who used to be a member of the boy band Varsity Fanclub. After a short while, he left the band to pursue an independent solo act.
A new Christian movie explores themes of family and the meaning of true bravery.
Sweet Papaya may just be your best friend.
In the hopes of presenting a more interesting review, Rob Saffeels and Meredith Smith went to see a movie together and now offer their guy/girl opinions of the film.
This movie should have been more than eye-candy. With it’s simple plot and half-and-half acting talents, I found the film overall to be a touch flat and somewhat full of itself. The enchanted feel that should have been there, as It was in the splendid 1951 Disney classic, was lost amongst all the glimmer and glitz.
Debating the anti-war and pro-nature themes of the film, two Corban students sound off on what makes “Avatar” great – and not so great.
Richard Kely, director of ‘Donnie Darko, brings another strange tale to the movie screen in ‘The Box’.
Shot in the rough and tumble cinematography of boyhood, “Wild Things” follows Max as he uses his imagination to navigate the thorny realities of loneliness and love.
“Slumdog Millionaire” is a film with heart – beating, straining, breaking heart. Wrong choices fill the plotline, but they are necessary for the audience to understand what it takes to live and thrive when the whole world is against you. What does it mean to really live?
Okay, so Asian restaurants seem like they’ve taken over the food industry a bit. You have your typical Thai place, your Sushi joint, and your local Chinese restaurant. They seem to be on every block in Salem, but only one place serves multiple kinds of Asian cuisine – Soba Asian Bistro in downtown Salem. The […]