The Maryland Renaissance Festival on a stick

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The Maryland Renaissance Festival on a stick

The Maryland Renaissance Festival is in town, and after my experience, I highly recommend that all UMBC students go before it closes for the year on October 25.…

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Legendary fable makes legendary game
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Legendary fable makes legendary game

While it is not rare for a video game to attempt to educate its audience on various historical events, it is slightly more unusual for a game to…

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Sitting down for lunch at Ekiben

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Sitting down for lunch at Ekiben

It was Saturday morning at the Fell’s Point Market, and I was eating Thai chicken meatballs over rice with mango-papaya slaw. The source of this unique dish is Ekiben, an…

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A game of choice and consequence

Until Dawn offers a new perspective on the horror genre.

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A game of choice and consequence

The horror genre of video games is nothing new. Since their invention, video games have been pushing the boundaries of what is and is not scary. Slightly less…

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The caped crusader falls short
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The caped crusader falls short

With the conclusion of the Dark Knight trilogy and the upcoming release of “Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice,” it is important to look back on the film that made superhero…

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Trebel spells trouble for music streaming services

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Trebel spells trouble for music streaming services

       Pandora, Spotify, Rdio, Google Music and Apple Music all want to stream your music whenever, with a monthly subscription fee. Trebel Music aims to challenge…

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