NBC’s new drama, Dracula, brings vampires back to their roots.
Vampires have been a touchy subject in media. From Anne Rice’s “Interview with a Vampire” to Stephanie Meyer’s “Twilight,” these blood sucking creatures’ mythologies are changing non-stop.
“Dracula,” NBC’s new drama, is bringing back why we love these creatures of the night.
There’s no plot twist, no new vampire breed, nor “good vampires,” just the blood sucking Dracula we’ve all missed. Continue reading Vampires and business
Thor: The Dark World. A godlike sequel.
With all of these men in capes flying to the big screen lately, it’s easy to dismiss all of these superhero movies as white noise.
“Thor: The Dark World” breaks this barrier in only the way Marvel Studios can deliver. In a phrase: “Thor: The Dark World” brings the hammer down!
Thor is back and mightier than ever. Breaking the bank with the box office sum of $479.8 million worldwide, the thunder god is now one of the largest grossing movies of the year. Continue reading By the power of Mjolnir!
How too no if your an coconspirator.
You’re first clue… you didn’t no I were totilly useing spelling and grammatical errors right now.
Was that as painful for you as it was for me?
As I scroll through the feeds on Twitter and Facebook I am astounded at the misuse of your, you’re, know, no, to, too, there, and their. Continue reading Is social media killing the English language?
Rise and fall of artistry
What is the one thing music and politics have in common?
Try talking about either with another person who doesn’t share the same opinion as you: a vocal or physical bloodbath is bound to ensue.
And not to turn this into a pseudo-opinionated proto-rant of personal taste, but there is one undeniable truth in today’s music industry: artistry and passion are all but dead and buried. Continue reading The day the music died
Miss Marvel NOW
A new Miss Marvel has been chosen! Carol Danvers left the mantel of Miss Marvel behind in 2012 to become Captain Marvel in her own solo book. Since then, there has been no acting Miss Marvel in the marvel universe until now.
The book is set to premier February 2014, and will be penned by G. Willow Wilson with former “runaways” artist Adrian Alphona. Continue reading Yelling about comics
St. Clair County Community of Mental Health performs “Miracle on 34th Street”
The twelfth annual Community Mental Health (CMH) Christmas play brought almost a full house to SC4’s Fine Arts Theatre last Saturday, Nov. 9.
Friends and family of the CMH players laughed and rejoiced as their loved ones on stage acted out scenes from Mountain Community Theatre’s adaptation of “Miracle on 34th Street.” Continue reading Miracle on Erie Street
Great prices, fantastic flavor!
If finger-licking, mouth-watering, southern-style BBQ, not too hot, not too cold, but just right, is what your taste buds are tingling for, then look no farther than Two Belly’s BBQ!
Only a few weeks into business and this cozy taste of home has already had so many customers, they have sold out of their delicious main dishes on more than one occasion. One look at the menu and one does not have to wonder why. Continue reading Two Belly’s gets five stars
Meet Byron. He is a 7 month old large black male cat. He is exceptionally friendly, and is not shy about crawling in your lap to be loved.
Carol, a Blue Water Area Humane Society volunteer, hand raised Byron starting at 2 weeks old, making him very used to human contact and other animals. Continue reading Pet of the issue – Byron
Phi Theta Kappa to host blood drive
Phi Theta Kappa honors society will host a blood drive for the American Red Cross on November 25th and 26th from 10:00 a.m.-3:45 p.m. in the college center café. Students are encouraged to schedule an appointment online here.
According to Martha Kurtz, Red Cross spokesperson of Detroit the organization’s biggest challenge is getting donors. “I’m hoping the students and staff, come out and donate. Each donation could save three lives,” said Kurtz. Continue reading Blood: it’s in you to give…well kind of
Despite Protest, the Tobacco Ban is passed
Some looked for a compromise, some an outright ban. Whatever they wanted, the policy is changing, and soon.
On Nov. 14, the Board of Trustee met and voted on a Campus wide tobacco ban. It passed, 5-1, with only the chair, John D. Adair, voting against.
So what does this mean for students at SC4? Continue reading New policy on tobacco