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CoolGreenGames – how digital games impact the environment

CoolGreenGames – how digital games impact the environment

(Photo courtesy of Wikipedia) The Atari Game Dump is one of the most infamous examples of physical games being disposed of en masse. Riley Fontana Connector Editor Physical games are being traded in for digital downloads more and more each year, especially as more consoles get released. How does gaming affect the environment and is

“Pokémon: Scarlet & Violet” is an unfortunate jewel

(Photo courtesy of Nintendo Life) “Scarlet & Violet” is facing a bit of mixed reception over its frustrating performance issues. Jordan Harrington Connector Editor “Pokémon Scarlet” and “Pokémon Violet” have released as of November 18th. In fact, within the first three days of release, it became one of Nintendo’s best selling games of all time,

Måneskin in Boston – concert review

(Photo courtesy of Vogue) Måneskin’s success has brought about the world tour they find themselves on right now. Kali Patterson Connector Editor Despite having been around since 2016, Måneskin are only on their first worldwide tour. After discovering fame through the “X Factor” and “Eurovision”, the Italian rock quartet have grown a fanbase that warrants

“Andor” is Disney’s best Star Wars effort yet

(Photo courtesy of StarWars.com) “Andor” explores the titular character in the early days of fighting the Galactic Empire. Maxwell Valin Connector Editor To say that the quality of Disney’s output in the Star Wars franchise has been spotty since their acquisition of the brand a decade ago would be nothing short of an understatement. While

“American Horror Story: NYC” is a leather-clad disaster

(Photo courtesy of Rotten Tomatoes) “AHS: NYC” is a colossal failure. Riley Fontana Connector Editor The creators of “American Horror Story” have given fans everything – haunted houses, aliens, and even killer clowns – but in “AHS: NYC”, they give viewers nothing. The past few seasons of “American Horror Story” have progressively been getting worse,

Marvel Studios’ Phase 4 is an unmitigated disaster

(Photo courtesy of Variety) Phase 4 came to a conclusion this fall with “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”. Maxwell Valin Connector Editor The Marvel Cinematic Universe is, in concept, a series of films and shows that work together across different individual series in order to tell a large, cohesive, and interconnected story. In its first 10

Frankford Fitler Conquer Rockwood Music Hall in First NYC Show

(Photo courtesy of SoundCloud) Frankford Fitler’s latest show in NYC is a big step in making their name known. Kali Patterson Connector Editor Philadelphia-based rock trio Frankford Fitler have a bright future ahead of themselves. The band consists of Tyler Cole performing as lead guitar and vocalist, Randy Willson on drums, and Kenzy Straub on

Ranking the Grammys’ 2023 album of the year nominees

(Photo courtesy of Billboard) The nominees for album of the year have caused much discussion around the internet. Troy Lafond Connector Editor   Mary J Blige – “Good Morning Gorgeous”  “Good Morning Gorgeous” is the biggest surprise of this year’s slate. While Mary J. Blige has transcended into icon status, this album sees her on