By Kevin Thomas
1.5 out 5 stars (one of the worst I’ve seen this year)
Rampage is one of the most bizarrely terrible movies I’ve seen this year. Taking its “story” from the always successful-source of a video game, this film collapses on impact due to insultingly underdeveloped characters, less-than-half-baked ideas, and a cast full of people who look either confused or bored throughout (excluding an appropriately hammy Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who understands the malarkey he’s in). I don’t often leave for the restroom without qualms on missing vital pieces of plot info, but Rampage was an exception. I knew where it was going, and it wasn’t anywhere good. Continue reading Dwayne Johnson’s Newest Will Leave Audiences in a Rampage
By Kevin Thomas
The business world is a hard place to break into for millennials. I always questioned how new or smaller businesses were supposed to get their foot in the door with so many big companies in place. Imagine my surprise upon attending the Black Business Mixer Atlanta, a bi-monthly get-together of new and burgeoning businesses meet and network with one another so they may learn how to better their own business ventures and help new ones thrive. A more hopeful sight could not be seen. Continue reading The Black Business Mixer from the view of a Millennial
By Deke Lloyd
UMBC stands for the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. It’s a small university less than 10 miles from downtown Baltimore, with a little over 13,500 students attending. Before Friday, this little known university was looking for their first win in the NCAA Basketball Tournament, but made history after it was over.
UMBC’s mascot is the Retriever, like the breed of dog, and the basketball team lived up to the underdog moniker to even get into the big dance. The Retrievers play in the American East Basketball conference, which is a small conference with only one way to get into the NCAA Tournament, and that is to win the American East Basketball Tournament. UMBC advanced to the finals against Vermont, who was riding a 15 game winning streak coming into the game and the favorites to clinch the automatic bid. Continue reading UMBC’s buzzer beater heats up NCAA tournament