The Mosaic Center asks ‘what’s the tea on LGBTQ rights?’
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The Mosaic Center asks ‘what’s the tea on LGBTQ rights?’

The UMBC Mosaic Center for Culture and Diversity holds a variety of events throughout the semester. Dedicated to “creating an environment that supports cross-cultural education and collaboration at…

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Local carry-out Asian Taste keeps underground culture alive
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Local carry-out Asian Taste keeps underground culture alive

Nestled in between the storefronts of the family-owned antique stores and bars chock-full of hipsters celebrating happy hour stands Asian Taste, one of Hampden’s best kept secrets. To…

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“Tallulah” breaks apart the perfect family façade
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“Tallulah” breaks apart the perfect family façade

Netflix original film “Tallulah” follows the story of Tallulah (Ellen Page), a young girl without a home or family who finds herself adopting motherhood when she kidnaps the…

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WRLD on Drugs may be forgettable, but still worth a listen
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WRLD on Drugs may be forgettable, but still worth a listen

This past week, the unexpected duo of rap stars Future and Juice WRLD surprised fans with the release of their collaborative album, “WRLD On Drugs.“ Fans immediately recognized the…

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“The Night My Mother Killed My Father”: A Comedy and A Commentary
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“The Night My Mother Killed My Father”: A Comedy and A Commentary

“The Night My Mother Killed My Father” (Spain 2016) directed by Inés París, is a comedic film focused on Isabel París, an aspiring actress who wants to be…

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6 Balloons touches on real issues
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6 Balloons touches on real issues

“6 Balloons” is a Netflix original film starring Abbi Jacobson and Dave Franco, focusing on the very important issue of substance abuse and addiction. In the film, Seth…

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