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Zoolander 2 Announced to Release in 2016

Zoolander 2 Announced to Release in 2016

John Principio, Entertainment Editor
March 10, 2015
Filed under Anything That's Rock N' Roll, Entertainment, Featured Entertainment, Movies and Television

While millions of people tuned into the coveted Paris Fashion Week this March, there were two runway-walkers who may have stolen the spotlight and the story of the entire event. Clad in pieces from Valentino Garavani’s 2015 fall collection, Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller) and fellow male model Hansel...

American Sniper: The Truth Behind ‘The Legend’

American Sniper: The Truth Behind ‘The Legend’

John Principio, Entertainment Editor
February 3, 2015
Filed under Featured Entertainment, Movies and Television

*Spoiler Alert* Over the past few weeks, box offices around the world have been booming with sales due to the release of American Sniper late in 2014. While the film is riveting, thrilling, and at times heart wrenching, it is also exaggerated and misleading. The film captures the life of Navy...

Friends Seek Lyrical Success In Band ‘ODC’

Friends Seek Lyrical Success In Band ‘ODC’

Maritza Velasco, Impact Staff
December 11, 2014
Filed under Featured Entertainment, Music

Two dedicated young men who share an interest in music took it upon themselves to create a hip-hip duo around the foundation of their friendship, so solid and promising that it has taken them from their hometown of Fayetteville, North Carolina to their new home for the next four years at Mercy College. Ricky...

Feasting On The Value Of Hudson Valley Restaurant Week

Feasting On The Value Of Hudson Valley Restaurant Week

John Principio, Impact Staff
November 12, 2014
Filed under Featured Entertainment

It’s that time of year, leaves are beginning to crisp and fall, pumpkin spiced lattes are once again putting our local baristas in the weeds and everyone seems to be thinking of food. While much of this food hype comes from the approaching Thanksgiving holiday, Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is also...

The House I Live In

The House I Live In

What Has The War On Drugs Cost Us?

Michael Perrota, Advisor
September 9, 2012
Filed under Featured Entertainment

What has the war on drugs really cost us? Is it worth it? This new documentary, from the maker of the killer flick "Why We Fight," seems to be a real eye opener. While plans began to combat substance abuse as far back as 1914, it was President Richard  Nixon that really coined the phrase "War on...

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