Emme Levenson Sports Editor Ahh, its finally fall. It’s time to ditch the swimsuits and flip flops and replace them with flannels and boots. In Richmond and the surrounding areas there are many fun things to do in the fall. Especially with Halloween coming up, here are a few fun ideas for fall activities. Golf … Continue reading Fall Activities in RVA
Grace Powers A & E Editor Restaurant: Kona Grill Price: $$ Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Though people normally associate sushi with cheap Kroger rolls or a fancy hibachi feast, Kona Grill provides a middle ground for a sit-down sushi meal. Located in West Broad Village, this restaurant serves a varied cuisine from salads to steaks and—of course—sushi. There … Continue reading Calling All Sushi Lovers
Cole Ryland Staff Writer Every cloud has a silver lining, and for the residents of Disney World’s “Magic Kingdom” motel, those residual linings of hope and solace are all that is left for them. In Sean Baker’s film “The Florida Project,” single mother Halley, her daughter Mooney, her three mischievous delinquent friends, and the … Continue reading Through the Brutal Looking Glass of “The Florida Project”
Laney Van Lenten Staff Writer Let me start by saying that I am a huge Taylor Swift fan. I have all her albums and am seeing her in concert on July 10th. That being said, her latest music video was probably the worst thing I’ve ever seen. I love music videos, and I think they … Continue reading Delicate Music Video is a Disgrace
Tyler Hendricks Online Editor-in-Chief Everybody loves a good trip to that new major box office movie. However, the price may keep you at bay. With ticket prices skyrocketing, it’s no surprise that ticket sales at theaters are down. MoviePass is a new monthly subscription service where for $9.95 a month, you can see one movie … Continue reading You Shall MoviePass!
Maggie Flournoy Staff Writer As you step foot inside of Kung Fu Tea, cheerful conversation is met with a distinguishable popping sound as customers break the seal on their tea with sharp-ended straws. The mood of the restaurant is vibrant, with College-aged students sitting at large tables playing card games. Each sips on a tea … Continue reading A Tea-Riffic Experience at Kung Fu Tea
Megan Kelleher Center Spread Editor I’m in love with Ray. Ray’s Italian Ice, to be exact. The decadent, creamy base of vanilla custard, layered with abundant crushed Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, creates a flavorful masterpiece that my palate cannot pass up. The Rockslide’s goodness is sublime, and worth every penny of its $3.95 price. Ray’s … Continue reading A Love Affair With Ray’s Italian Ice