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Mace & Crown | January 19, 2018

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Arts & Entertainment Archives * Page 35 of 44 * Mace & Crown

Vegan Challenge: 5 Vegan Meals, 5 Days, $5 each

September 12, 2015 | 1

By Megan Snyder Contributing Writer

The stark reality of vegan eating as it exists now is that cheap, fast, and clean meals on the go are hard to come by. Or is it that … Read More

Monarch Style: Jazmine Mullen

September 12, 2015 |

By Clare Benedetto Contributing Writer

Major: Public Relations Year: Junior Spotted: BAL

Jazmine’s style often catches the eye when she walks into the classroom. While many students might be seen wearing jeans or sweats to … Read More

Future Retroism: Mad Maxed Out

September 12, 2015 |

By George Plank Staff Writer

Audiences were dazzled by “Mad Max: Fury Road” and it was quickly considered by many to be the summer film of 2015, grossing over 150 million in the United … Read More

Soulstress Andra Day Delivers Debut Album

September 12, 2015 |

By Dejonna Mayo Contributing Writer

Andra Day’s debut album “Cheers to the Fall,” released August 28, was a rejuvenating spark to the senses that took approximately 14 years to complete.

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Disturbed Unleashes “Immortalized” after a Five-Year Absence

September 4, 2015 |

Adam Flores Contributing Writer

Chicago’s masters of metal, Disturbed, have unleashed another sonic assault on the senses with “Immortalized,” the group’s sixth studio album. Released on August 21, this is the band’s first compilation … Read More

ODU’s Doug Finesse talks Music with the Mace

September 4, 2015 |

Larenz Johnson Contributing Writer

Doug Davis, 20, a student and artist on campus, is creating his own style of music. Born in New Jersey, he later moved to Prince George, Virginia and now attends … Read More

Former Mae Guitarist Thrills with New Band DEMONS

September 4, 2015 |

Shannon Jay Contributing Writer

Lead singer, guitarist, and mastermind Zach Gehring comes from the backdrop of local pop punk heroes Mae to front his new, harder project, DEMONS. Gehring’s new lineup is far from the … Read More

Atlanta trap trio Migos release debut album

August 31, 2015 |

By Larenz Johnson Contributing Writer

From a closet to an actual studio, the debut album by Atlanta-based super group Migos, “Yung Rich Nation” has them sticking to the roots that made them a household … Read More

Of Montreal enchants crowd at Norfolk’s Work|Release

August 31, 2015 |

By Shannon Jay Contributing Writer

I arrived to the sold-out Of Montreal show alone, right at the tail end of up-and-coming opener Mothers. Work | Release, the historic Texaco building turned art gallery/bar in … Read More

Five Restaurants to Satisfy Your Hunger Near ODU

August 28, 2015 |

By Amy Poulter Arts & Entertainment Editor

Perhaps one of the hardest transitions of dorm life is forfeiting delicious home-cooked meals and replacing them with cafeteria trays, fast food and cups of noodles. Fortunately, … Read More

First Annual Landmark Music Festival Unites Artists For One Cause

August 28, 2015 |

By Jason Kazi Advertising Manager

From Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech to President Barack Obama’s first and second inaugurations, the National Mall in Washington D.C. has been home to key … Read More

Innovation, Culture and Sports to Unite at Virginia Beach Festival

August 28, 2015 |

By Jason Kazi Advertising Manager

What do you get when you combine a showcase of local young entrepreneurs, regional films, national and local musical acts, along with skateboarding and BMX competitions? ICE 757!

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Fantastic Meals and Food Advice for Freshman Foodies

August 28, 2015 |

By Jason Kazi Advertising Manager

When you visited campus for orientation or preview, you may have noticed that healthy dining alternatives within walking distance of campus are few and far in between. Those options … Read More

Australian Brothers of Atlas Genius release “Inanimate Objects”

August 27, 2015 |

By Adam Flores Contributing Writer

One of Australia’s latest musical imports is Atlas Genius and their sophomore offering, “Inanimate Objects,” hit record stores and digital music download services on August 28. This is a follow-up to … Read More

Atmosphere at the NorVa

May 16, 2015 |

I have to begin this by saying that Atmosphere is one of my all-time favorite bands/artists/groups. So, of course my biggest complaint about their May 10 show at the NorVa was that it didn’t last for several days.

The show was stellar. … Read More

Young Local’s Burning Passion for Music Inspires LAVA Music Festival

May 15, 2015 |

By: Veronica Singer Senior Writer

“You don’t like Kanye?” asked Josh Coplon, sipping his iced coffee outside of Borjo Coffeehouse. I smiled awkwardly and shook my head as confirmation.

“He is like the most innovative musician ever. You can quote me on … Read More