Arts & Culture

Top entertainment to be spooked by

TV 1. “The Walking Dead” (AMC) Although “The Walking Dead” is a serious television drama centered on a zombie apocalypse, this show is mostly about human relationships and how people would act...


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Costume predictions: what you'll probably see on the streets this year

This year could be described as one big, colorful collage of potential Halloween costumes. From over-the-top outfits to unexplainable behavior, summer Marvel blockbusters, two weddings dubbed “the wedding of the century” and...


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Looking for something to do: Week of Oct. 18, 2011

Tuesday, Oct. 18 Men’s Soccer Show some Binghamton University pride and come out to support our men’s soccer team as it plays Colgate at 7 p.m. Location: Bearcats Sports Complex Price: Free...


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Rave concert for cancer awareness needs funding

Tau Epsilon Phi and Colleges Against Cancer are working together to hold a benefit concert for the American Cancer Society. Their goal — to raise $10,000. ...


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Facebook vs. Google+: a battle of social media websites

With Google+ on the scene, will Facebook continue to dominate? ...


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What Pottermore has done to reading

Pottermore aims to supplement the Harry Potter books with an interactivity that makes the stories more engaging. ...


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Steve Jobs: Innovator and creator

It may seem redundant to list Steve Jobs' accomplishments, but they have greatly affected our daily lives. ...


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Receive music lessons through Skype

A recently launched website called the Virtual Music School allows aspiring and current musicians to take instrument lessons on the Internet via Skype, a free and downloadable video-chatting service. ...


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Technology in the 21st century: What has it done to our society?

The internet has drastically changed our society. ...


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Kindle vs. Nook: Which e-reader reigns supreme?

For those of you out there contemplating buying an e-reader, Release writers Tessa Millman and Emily Gandolfo got together to discuss the pros and cons of Amazon's Kindle and Barnes & Nobles' ...