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Mace & Crown | November 21, 2017

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Arts & Entertainment Archives * Page 39 of 44 * Mace & Crown

Grab your popcorn: “John Wick”

November 5, 2014 |

“John Wick” is a retired assassin forced to return to killing after he crosses path with members of a Russian mob. Wick, played by Keanu Reeves, is a tactical, merciless killer who is out to punish those … Read More

Haunted Halls in Powhatan

October 29, 2014 |

By Natalie Sole Contributing Writer

ODU’s “Resident Evil” themed Haunted Halls took place at Powhatan Apartments on Oct. 24 and 25. Admittance was one non-perishable food item, which  was collected and then donated to the Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia.

Students were led … Read More

Grab your popcorn: “Fury”

October 29, 2014 |

By Julius Ayo Contributing Writer

“Fury,” an aptly named film from director David Ayer, is a gritty, heart-pounding action and psychological drama that fell for the typical tropes and clichés of Hollywood war flicks.

The title, “Fury,” describes the energy of the … Read More

Krendl brings Illusion to ODU

October 29, 2014 |

By Antonisha Kelley Contributing Writer


Paul Krendl, an illusionist, spun magic in the North Café on Oct. 25 as the headliner for Cirque du ODU.

The room was dark, the stage set with lights and pop music echoed in the background as … Read More

Sci-Fi Movies

October 22, 2014 |

The genre of science fiction films has been around for many years. From the widely believed first sci-fi film of 1902, “A Trip to the Moon,” to now, this is a genre that is here to stay.

These films make the … Read More

Dinner with Dakaboom

October 22, 2014 |

After a refreshing fall break, SAC hosted “Dinner With Dakaboom” in the North Café. The event brought together a small group of students to enjoy free music, comedy and fine dining.

After meeting in high school in Northern California, Paul Pegla … Read More


October 22, 2014 |

On Oct. 18 ODU OUT, a LGBTQ student alliance, hosted PrideFest 2014 in the middle of the quads. October is the national month for the LGBTQ community and the event was a day of colors, music and sun.

The event saw … Read More

El Beso de La Abeja: The Kiss of the Bee

October 22, 2014 |

“El Beso de La Abeja,” or “The Kiss of The Bee,” presented by the Latin Ballet of Virginia, brought a splash of color to the Old Dominion University Theater on Oct. 16.

Red, yellow, green and blue fabrics sprawled across the … Read More

Fall Book Releases 2014

October 22, 2014 |

It always seems like fall is the season where all of the new books are being released. I don’t know about you, but I’m pretty excited about some of these books.

Heir of Fire” by Sarah J. Mass

“Heir of Fire” is … Read More

Behind The Mic at ODU

October 22, 2014 |

Jar-El and T.Cooke, the relatable rappers

PairoDiceFlow, an energetic group of rappers, are taking on everything, with no intentions of slowing down. The three men in the group are diverse as musicians, and unify through bringing different aspects of music to … Read More

Jeff Henderson speaks on purpose at ODU

October 15, 2014 |

On Oct.7, Jeff Henderson, award-winning chef, public speaker and author, gave a lecture about his life and other rousing topics at the 37th annual Literary Festival. Henderson spoke about his rough upbringing and how he made it through it all … Read More

Get Crafted

October 15, 2014 |

To kick off Norfolk’s Visual Arts Week, Handmade Hampton Roads organized the first of many Indie Arts and Craft Market gatherings simply dubbed “Crafted.” One of Norfolk’s premier breweries, O’Connor’s, served as the event location on Oct. 11.

Handmade Hampton Roads … Read More

Dark and disturbing films

October 15, 2014 |

Whether or not we want to admit it, most people are entertained by the dark and disturbing. When it comes to cinema, these films evoke taboos and screenwriters and directors don’t have to follow certain guidelines with this genre – … Read More

Gone Girl gets crazy

October 15, 2014 |


If you’re engaged, or have at least entertained the thought of marriage, then you probably shouldn’t watch this movie. You have been warned.

“Gone Girl”, the latest offering to come from the great David Fincher starts off eerily calm. The … Read More