Comedy and controversy mingle in ‘Sausage Party’

Colin Kamphuis

September 8, 2016

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Childish humor, drugs and sex make “Sausage Party” a typical irreverent comedy. Seth Rogen’s depraved animation, “Sausage Party,” tells the story of anthropomorphic food in a grocery store. The groceries consider s...

Indie rock band discusses how to be human

September 4, 2016

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An indie quartet from Oxford, England has succeeded in creating an album that transforms somber and banal life experiences into groovy, harmonious songs. Glass Animals’ second album, “How to be a Human Being,” is a conce...

Fun in the sun

Fun in the sun

May 4, 2016

Electronic duo creates electric atmosphere

Allie Osorno

April 22, 2016

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Higher Ground overflowed with love and EDM April 10. Big Gigantic, the EDM power duo consisting of Dominic Lalli and Jeremy Salken, took the stage on their most recent visit to Burlington. The sold out show left a ticket l...

Country biopic fails to impress

April 15, 2016

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Even without any prior knowledge of country music, this film is sure to disappoint.“I Saw the Light” is a biographical film depicting the rise and fall of the legendary musician Hank Williams.Williams overcame a number of c...