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On Friday, June 14th the Goo Goo Dolls and Train along with opening act Allen Stone performed at the North Island Credit Union Amphitheater in Chula Visa, CA. I thought their performances were filled with positivity, high energy and great musical talent. After Allen Stone’s performance, which was a great way to start off the evening, the Goo Goo Dolls took their place on the stage. They are an American Rock band that formed in New...

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Toy Story 4 – adds a whole new meaning to the well-known, phrase “To Infinity and Beyond”… it extends lighthearted humor with an emotional touch that has been a hallmark of the Toy Story franchise.  It’s full of blissful animation and delivers delight when it sticks to Pixar/Disney’s way of telling a story to provide a classic, heartfelt, humorous film with the well-known characters, Woody, Buzz Lightyearand the other lovable magical...

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Who needs Magic Mike when you got Jonathan, Danny, Donnie, Joey & Jordan Knight! New Kids on The Block were back for the 3rdtime, (thanks to their consistent two-year pattern history within the last six years), at SDSU’s Viejas Arena on Thursday, May 24, 2019. We got a chance to travel back in time by celebrating their 30thanniversary on the Mixtape Tour featuring special guest Debbie Gibson, Tiffany, Salt-N-Pepa and Naughty By...

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It’s been hard to gauge the level of anticipation for Disney’s recent streak of live-action adaptations. While many reboot attempts such as the recent Dumbo have seen lackluster reception from both critics and audiences, so far none have resulted in a complete box office disaster. So as far as Disney is concerned, there is a legitimate audience for these movies. So whether the truth of the studio’s live-action adaptations up to and...

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I have a confession to make. This is really hard for me, but I think it needs to be said. After all, it’s 2019. Things are different. And even though I know I’ll get a lot of hate for this, I think it’s time for me to just come out and say it. I like action movies. There, I said it. Hopefully my mom will still hug me and my dad can look me in the eye. But part of the reason I say this is because of Keanu Reeves and the John...

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2019 | THE 4U: THE MUSIC OF PRINCE WITH SYMPHONY The 4U: The Music of Prince with Symphony | Friday – May 10, 2019 | San Diego, CA – More Images By: @TheNoelStudios The 4U: The Music of Prince with Symphony tour stopped at Jacobs Music Center’s Copley Symphony Hall in San Diegoon Friday, May 10, 2019. Each show featured a live band with world class musicians and vocalists who performed alongside the orchestra. View this post on...

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We live in such a bizarre time in cinematic history. While there may be some fatigue with the consistent slate of sequels, reboots, franchise favorites, and adaptations, it certainly isn’t reflected in the box office, which continues to break records every year. At the same time, some of the ideas for new films that make headlines as they enter development seem to get bigger and weirder every year. That being said, a...

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If you are like me and looking for a romantic and suspenseful film with a moral, redemptive narrative, then this movie is definitely a must watch. Staring an ensemble cast of A-list actors – Keira Knightley, Jason Clarke, Alexander Skarsgard, and Flora Thiemann – The Aftermath takes place in the wake of World War II where an English woman, Rachael Morgan (Knightley), is reunited with her English husband, Lewis Morgan (Clarke), in a...

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If you’re like me, the release of Captain Marvel in theaters was the first thing you marked on your calendar after getting home from watching Avengers: Infinity War last spring. Even the biggest fans of Marvel Comics have had a list of questions circling their head ever since they saw that red and blue logo light up on Nick Fury’s pager as it hit the ground. But the question that I’ve been focusing on most recently is broader than the...

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Avengers: Endgame Review By Jake Hardison It’s been eleven years since Tony Stark escaped a cave, told the world he was Iron Man, and proved he had a heart. It was arguably one of the biggest moments in pop culture history and easily the biggest moment superhero movie history up to that point. And little did we know that the movie event of that decade would start a story that would come to a conclusion in the movie event of this...

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