by Aaron Bilal
The Uncharted franchise began in 2007 with Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune. It was a sleeper-hit PlayStation exclusive video game created by the studio Naughty Dog, who had already been known for such games as Jak and Daxter, and Crash Bandicoot.… Click here to continue reading!
COVID-19 has taken the world by storm. Its presence has suddenly and abruptly disturbed many facets of everyday life. One of the aspects affected is the movie business, with many films delayed from release. For example, the latest Fast & Furious film was scheduled for release this May, but due to the virus, it’s been pushed nearly a year to April of 2021.… Click here to continue reading!
by Johanna Crawford
Robert (Bob) Iger was the CEO of Disney for 15 years, succeeding Michael Eisner in the position in 2005. He’s overseen Disney’s revenue growth from $48.4 billion to $257 billion in 13 years, and he was responsible for Disney’s most famous acquisitions, including Pixar, Marvel, and Star Wars, aka Lucasfilm LTD.… Click here to continue reading!
releasing “Momentary Bliss (feat. slowthai and Slaves) and four other 30 to 60
second interludes called “Machine Bitez,” Gorillaz released episode two of Song
Machine, “Désolé (feat. Fatoumata Diawara),” a calm and groovy piece that was put together and produced
flawlessly.… Click here to continue reading!
Local music is fundamental to our community. The art that local musicians put out into Chicago defines our city! They tell our stories and it is vital that we support them. Below are some ways that you can help your favorite local musicians thrive and reach new heights!… Click here to continue reading!
by Kristin Roy
The Yellow Brick
Road isn’t only found in Oz, but also within some of our favorite songs from Pink
Floyd. Known for their extended compositions and elaborate live shows, Pink
Floyd, formed in London before moving over to the U.S.,… Click here to continue reading!
by Maddy O’Connell
it Rains, it Pours” by Luke Combs couldn’t be more fitting right now as we
try and fight the coronavirus that’s fighting back just as hard.
this outbreak that’s preventing us from doing pretty much anything, I’m feeling
pretty down about how I might not experience any summer concerts this year.… Click here to continue reading!
by Fredlyn Pierre Louis
Anyone who’s ever dated knows that not every date is a love connection. Sometimes, you’re just not clicking with each other, and you both know it’s best to cut your losses and move on. Sometimes, though, a really bad date can be hard to get out of, and you have to use more extreme measures.… Click here to continue reading!
by Kristin Roy
With the recent
50th anniversary of Woodstock, FM89 looks back on one of our favorites from
that very weekend in the summer of love. Woodstock Music Festival was held at Max
Yasgur’s dairy farm from August 15th through 18th in
1969, and it was advertised as “an Aquarian Exposition: 3 days of Peace &
Music,” and it really was.… Click here to continue reading!
by Jette-Mari Anni
Last Thursday afternoon, North Central College President Troy Hammond sent out an email announcing all classes would move to online only, and students were advised to move out of their dorms to protect our community from COVID-19. The whole week, professors had started each class with updates on what information they’ve been given and what they predicted to happen in the next couple of days.… Click here to continue reading!