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by Kaitlyn Karlstein On Thursday, March 22, Panic! At the Disco played a pop-up show at the Stone Pony in Asbury Park. As a huge fan of Panic, I knew the day before there was a show happening somewhere in Asbury due to an Instagram video Brendon Urie posted. At noon on the 22nd, Panic’s […]

by: Kaitlyn Karlstein On Friday, March 23, Matt and Kim started off their comeback tour at Starland Ballroom. After a year of being unable to tour because Kim had torn her ACL and meniscus during their last show, the couple were more than ecstatic to be back! The night started off with Twinkids; a duo […]

Jake Pentecost, son of Stacker Pentecost, reunites with Mako Mori to lead a new generation of Jaeger pilots, including rival Lambert and 15-year-old hacker Amara, against a new Kaiju threat. Starring John Boyega, Charlie Day, Scott Eastwood and more. Directed by Steven S. DeKnight. Pacific Rim: Uprising is Rated PG-13

Interview with Karl Nussbaum discussing The National School Walkout: A Mass Student Protests Against Gun Violence.

By: Kaitlyn Karlstein If you are looking for an album of sad songs to help you through a break up, look no further. Soccer Mommy’s album, Clean, is collectively the saddest album I have ever heard in my life. Sophie Allison is only 20 years old, but the pain that comes through in her songs […]

By: Thomas Neira While the movie industry has been anticipating the release of Black Panther, the latest installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, music fans have equally been excited for its soundtrack. Black Panther: The Album was put together by Kendrick Lamar and his label Top Dawg Entertainment, and features many of Lamar’s fellow artists […]

By: Jeremy Wall People from all over flooded into Montclair Public Library’s auditorium yesterday to hear former USA TODAY Editor in Chief and Chief Content Officer Joanne Lipman speak.  Interviewed by her former manager TIME magazine Editor in Chief Edward Felsenthal,  about 80 people stopped by to receive a signed copy of Joanne Lipman’s new […]

by Kaitlyn Karlstein Starcrawler is a band of young rockers aging from late teens to early twenties, but their music is old school rock. Their self-titled album released in January and is a banger. It is a sound you didn’t know you needed in your life. The music is hard rock and upbeat where the lead […]

By: Thomas Neira Justin Timberlake follows up his 2013 hit album The 20/20 Experience nearly five years later with 2018’s Man of the Woods. However, those that are looking for more of the same of what made Timberlake’s last album so great will surely be disappointed. Timberlake tries to change his sound from The 20/20 Experience’s […]

By: Kyle Phipps   A 20 year old Brooklyn-based rapper by the name of Jay Critch is one of the hottest up and coming artist out now. He started releasing music in 2016 on Soundcloud and since then he’s been on the map. Jay Critch showed off his talent this past Saturday night (2-10-18) in […]

Black Panther follows the story of T’Challa, who after the death of his father, the King of Wakanda, returns home to the isolated, technologically advanced African nation to succeed to the throne and take his rightful place as king. Starring Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Martin Freeman, Sterling K. Brown, Angela Bassett, Forest […]

Porches most recent LP titled The House is the perfect soundtrack to a chill evening spent just where the name intends. If you can picture lying in bed late at night with the lights dimmed and the volume turned up, then you can enjoy a track like “Now the Water” which takes on the pleasingly […]

Isadora Williams, a Food & Nutrition major with a concentration in Dietetics at Montclair State University is representing her family’s nation of Brazil in the 2018 Pyeongchang Games. For more insight into Isadora’s story, check out this article in The Montclarion by student Anthony Gabbianelli.

The Morning Buzz’s Christian Curatola and Jacquie Moore talk to student Avery Vazac about her piece on the trials and tribulations within the Dance department on Montclair State, as well as evolving with progress and accommodating space.

By Connor Faleski In an attempt to lessen the amount of words you have to read and shorten the amount of time I have to talk about this album, I’m just going to let you know right out of the gate that Colors is bad. What Beck has done with this album, which is something […]