A new life for zombie games

"Dying Light" uses a clumsy yet innovative combat system to build a terrifying world.

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A new life for zombie games

“Dying Light” is a game that really makes the player work to survive. Armed with only a small arsenal of primarily melee weapons that do very little against…

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Sitting down with Luray
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Sitting down with Luray

On October 24, the “banjo-inspired indie-rock band” Luray performed at the Ottobar for the Baltimore Folk Fest. Lead-singer Shannon Carey spoke to me about her roots, working with family…

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“Night of the Living Dead” lives up to the challenge
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“Night of the Living Dead” lives up to the challenge

Arguably one of the biggest influences on modern horror outside of “The Exorcist” is zombie fiction. As a theme, zombies have transcended almost every genre: action, black comedy,…

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The extremes and things in between
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The extremes and things in between

“An Unquiet Mind” by Kay Redfield Jamison is an autobiography centered around her manic-depressive disorder. First of all, forced autobiographies are always boring — who wants to read about…

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Selena Gomez must really want to be a pop star

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Selena Gomez must really want to be a pop star

“Revival” is Selena Gomez’s second solo album after she released her debut album two years ago. Though she releases her albums like “Keeping up with the Kardashians” episodes, her…

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Sitting down with Mulan
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Sitting down with Mulan

Last week, Danielle Leong, a Disney on Ice performer who portrays the character Mulan, talked to me about her career as a figure skater, her time with Disney…

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