by kate ferrell, outgoing arts & entertainment editor Monopoly. It’s a game of strategy, chance, luck and wit. If you haven’t played it, I implore you to grab a group of three or so strangers and a board and explore … Continue reading Monopoly: More than a game
By Whinn A. Toney DISCLAIMER: THIS PIECE IS SATIRE, WRITTEN FOR OUR APRIL FOOL’S EDITION, AND IT IS NOT BASED ON TRUE EVENTS. In the newest attempt at stunt casting, renowned Broadway musical Hamilton has decided to bring in former Alaska governor Sarah Palin to play the titular role of Alexander Hamilton. Once the talk of the Broadway scene, Hamilton has seen a recent decline in ticket sales following their mandatory vaccine and mask policy. The show’s earlier target audience had been more liberal-leaning, but as leftists remain in their households to protect the public from possible exposure, conservatives have … Continue reading Palin set to make Broadway debut
Check out a few of the upcoming events the Queen City has to offer you By Kate Ferrell, A&E Page Editor Cincinnati is a bustling hub of activity, culture and people. With fall just around the corner, Cincinnati is pulling out all of the stops to keep the people entertained and coming back for more. If you’re looking for something fun to do on your weekends and to take a break from the stress of life and academics, you might want to check out some of these events coming to our very own Queen City. The Krohn Conservatory Butterfly Show … Continue reading Some Cincinnati events you won’t want to miss
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