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Old Crow member plays V-Club

Old Crow member plays V-Club

Kelsie Lively, Reporter

February 25, 2015

Gill Landry graced the stage of the V-Club Tuesday along with Justin Townes Earle. Landry, the band Old Crow Medicine show and Earle, son of legendary folk and country singer Steve Earle, showcased their sing-songwriter styles. Coming from a non-musical family, Landry said he found his passion for musi...

V-Club Weekend Wrap-Up

Kelsie Lively, Reporter

February 23, 2015

Four country music artists performed this weekend at the V-Club. Singer-songwriter Chris Knight, accompanied by one guitarist, stayed true to his laid back style Friday. Knight performed songs from his most recent album, Little Victories. Sasha Colette and The Magnolias also performed Friday. Colet...

Nutritional namaste

Nutritional namaste

Kelsie Lively, Reporter

February 18, 2015

Owner and founder of Brown Dog Yoga Katrina Mailloux shared the importance of eating mindfully during her presentation at Huntington’s Kitchen. “The Yoga of Eating” draws on research done by Susan Albers, Cleveland Clinic Family Health Center psychologist, “The Mindful Eating Marathon.” The...

Academy Awards predictions

Codi Mohr, Executive Editor

February 18, 2015

The 2015 Academy Awards have been called unpredictable on several levels this season. Though the acting categories seem to be locked, the film categories are much more ambiguous. With no real front-runner, it’s anybody’s game for Best Picture and most of the other film categories. Regardless,...

Calling all Grown Ass Folks

Calling all Grown Ass Folks

Karima Neghmouche, Reporter

February 13, 2015

Grown Ass Folks is a combination of music where disco, funk and house collide to make a soundtrack for sophisticated men and women to dance their asses off. At least, that’s how DJ Jesse Clark describes his music.  “I realized that playing just one style of music is boring and that people like to p...

Meet an INTO Marshall Student: Arkar Htut

Meet an INTO Marshall Student: Arkar Htut

Jared Casto, Contributor

February 12, 2015

Arkar Htut is a freshman INTO student from Burma working towards his undergraduate degree in the College of Business. Although he admits adapting to American culture was a struggle at first, he believes that he is gradually finding his way. Htut has enjoyed the technology offered in America and is particularly...

Another Kanye think piece: Stop overthinking Kanye

Codi Mohr, Executive Editor

February 11, 2015

I’m not going to talk about Beyoncé. There is nothing more to say than what has already been said. She deserved to take home the award for Album of the Year, but the National Academy of Recording Sciences, which tends to gravitate toward the old-school studio way of production, chose another equal...

Piercing shop lives up to prestigious expectations

Karima Neghmouche, Reporter

February 11, 2015

Prestige Piercing, a piercing and fine body jewelry studio, is located a few blocks from Marshall University’s campus, making it a popular place for students. Anthony Watts, owner of Prestige Piercing, found his inspiration for piercing in high school. “When I was in high school, I really wanted stretched e...

Education. Experience. Adventure.

Education. Experience. Adventure.

Karima Neghmouche, Reporter

February 10, 2015

People travel for experience, some travel to further their education, some travel for adventure and some travel for a mix of all three. Marshall University student Stacy Hacker is going for all three. Hacker is following one of her dreams in June and traveling to India alone. Hacker, an early childhoo...

One-man band brings folk style to Black Sheep

One-man band brings folk style to Black Sheep

Kelsie Lively, Reporter

February 9, 2015

My Brother The Bear played a two-hour set Saturday at Black Sheep Burrito and Brews. Daniel Bayer, sole member of the band, sat at the front of the restaurant with a guitar and a harmonica and played a mixture of originals and covers. The music reflected his folk musical style. Bayer previously played at...

Cellar Door offers upscale hideout

Karima Neghmouche, Reporter

February 9, 2015

The Cellar Door, a new bar in Huntington, is known for its tapas, cocktails, wine and imports. The bar is located on Third Avenue, under Le Bistro. Cellar Door Manager Chris Bolen said they wanted to create a place for shared experiences and found their inspiration for Cellar Door during their travels....

From Finland to Huntington via couch

From Finland to Huntington via couch

Caitlin Fowlkes, Reporter

February 6, 2015

Toto Kemppainen, originally from Finland, is a physical education major in the Marshall University exchange program. Kemppainen’s family traveled from Finland to Miami, Florida, to celebrate his father’s 50th birthday before the semester started. He planned on taking a Greyhound bus to Huntington...