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The Curious Case of the New York Cosmos: The Second Act

The Curious Case of the New York Cosmos: The Second Act

Steven Keehner, Impact Staff

March 15, 2018


Filed under Tales of an American Redhead

As Yogi Berra once said, "It ain't over till it's over." For the second iteration of the New York Cosmos, it may have been doomed from the beginning. In the second of two parts, I look at the resurrection of a once mighty team.

The Curious Case of the New York Cosmos: The First Act

The Curious Case of the New York Cosmos: The First Act

Steven Keehner, Impact Staff

March 14, 2018


Filed under Tales of an American Redhead

Before America had Major League Soccer and Real Madrid created The Galácticos, New York was where all the soccer stars aligned. In the first of two parts, I look at the death and rebirth of America's greatest soccer club.

Why Are Job Interviews So Scary?

Why Are Job Interviews So Scary?

Kristin Millard, Impact Staff

March 12, 2018


Filed under Moon Beam

For us college seniors and career changers, the concept of a job interview is one of the most anxiety-inducing hurdles to jump over. Here are some things to remember in order to calm your nerves and ace that interview, doing it your way!

Meet the Film that Inspired “The Shape of Water”

Meet the Film that Inspired “The Shape of Water”

Michael Dunnings, Staff Writer

March 9, 2018


Filed under Musings of Miska

By winning the Oscar for best picture, The Shape of Water (2017) has become one of a select few instances, only the second to be exact, when a fantasy genre has taken home the top honor. Fantasy, along with genre’s such as horror, science fiction, and comedy are usually looked upon as cinema’s...

Strength, Kindness, and Frank Sinatra

Strength, Kindness, and Frank Sinatra

Liv Meier, Associate Editor

March 8, 2018


Filed under Blonde & Brains

The other day, my father found one of my grandma’s favorite CDs with a little note attached to it listing her favorite song. It was Frank Sinatra’s album from 1973, Ol’ Blue Eyes is Back, and she picked out the song “Let Me Try Again” with an additional part written in her lovely script handwrit...

Crater Lake

Crater Lake

Caroline Newman, Impact Staff

March 8, 2018


Filed under Oregon My Oregon

Ever seen something so jaw dropping it takes your breath away? Ever experience just what Mother Nature can do? Crater Lake is all land made and is breathtaking. Crater Lake is classified as a caldera lake, a lake that is formed when a volcano erupts and collapses in on itself, leaving a crater behind,...

Lights Brings ‘Skin&Earth’ to Life at Irving Plaza

Lights Brings ‘Skin&Earth’ to Life at Irving Plaza

Kristin Millard, Impact Staff

March 5, 2018


Filed under Moon Beam

Canadian native and rising pop sensation Lights Bokan owned the stage on the New York leg of her We Were Here Tour, in support of the concept album and comic book Skin&Earth.

Question(s) of a Lifetime – Part Two

Question(s) of a Lifetime – Part Two

Steven Keehner, Impact Staff

March 4, 2018


Filed under Tales of an American Redhead

Life has given us many difficult questions; some, will never be answered. Here are some that can.

Realizing It’s Over and That’s Okay

Realizing It’s Over and That’s Okay

Danielle Sarasky, Staff Writer

March 1, 2018


Filed under The Broadway Brat

It's crazy to think one day you wake up and you are no longer an athlete. For some it's over before high school, and for others, if you are lucky enough to play in college, it's after high school. I was lucky. I got to play the sport I love for 14 long years. Volleyball wasn't always my passion. If you...

Today’s Younger Generations Need a True Jackson VP

Today’s Younger Generations Need a True Jackson VP

Matt Reich, Associate Editor

February 28, 2018


Filed under Matt Says It

Zoey 101, Drake & Josh, iCarly and several other TV shows on TV channels like Nickelodeon were the shows of my years growing up. It was those types of shows that hit the mark just right. The characters were just entering high school, but were still relatable to kids between fourth and ninth grade. Th...

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