Category: Arts

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Album Review: Shamir by Shamir

SHAMIR Shamir Self-Released Score: B Say what you will about Shamir Bailey — or his preferred stage name, Shamir — but he has a style that feels like it’s distinctly his. This self-titled album...

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A book a day: 7 books to read this week

By Emily Marsten, Contributor As we make the transition from outdoor adventures to being cooped up inside, what better way to spend your time than taking an adventure through a book! Get lost in...

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Charlie’s Place: A short story feature

Pablo Picasso once said, “The purpose of art is to wash the dust of daily life off our souls.” COVID-19 has flipped our worlds upside down — making daily life look more and more like the same day, every day. Picasso would agree that we need art and creativity to fuel our souls now more than ever. In response to this need, The Reflector is featuring the short story, Charlie’s Place. Charlie’s Place inspires readers to use their imaginations and delve into their creativity, at any and every age. If you’ve been in a COVID-19 slump, we invite you to unwind and immerse yourself in the thrilling adventures of Charline Pin.

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Album Review: Heaven and Hell by Ava Max

Heaven and Hell Ava Max Atlantic Records Score: B+ American Dance-pop and “Sweet But Psycho” singer Ava Max has released her debut album, Heaven and Hell. Containing 15 songs and an overall 44 minutes...

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Album Review: Alicia by Alicia Keys

ALICIA Alicia Keys RCA Records Score: A After four years, R&B and soul artist Alicia Keys has released a new self-titled album, ALICIA. With 15 songs and an overall playtime of 54 minutes, the...