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April 1, 2020

How to Keep Yourself Entertained Through the Quarantine

Blake Vickers 4:30pm April 1, 2020 4/1/20

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Look, we’re in a pretty rough situation right now. There’s a mysterious and lethal virus hitting the entire world, and by all accounts, weren’t prepared for it. A lot of you are probably like me, trapped at home with very little to do and a quickly dwindling supply of money and basic necessities. But just…

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March 19, 2020

How to support Kentucky musicians during whatever this is

Tyler Young 3:40pm March 19, 2020 3/19/20

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Justin Wells at the barn

On Tuesday, Gov. Andy Beshear followed CDC guidelines and ordered all “public-facing” businesses in the state to close. These included theaters and concert venues, basically anywhere that people congregate and don’t offer essential services. While a bummer for those of us who are considering scheduling a colonoscopy just for the social interaction, it’s a huge…

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March 18, 2020

Board Games For When You’re Social Distancing

Richmond Bramblet 11:30am March 18, 2020 3/18/20 Comments Disabled

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Look, the idea of being confined to your home for 14 or more days might not be the most exciting thing in the world. Even if you are healthy, the risk of going out probably isn’t worth it in the long run. So… if you’re stuck in the house with your family, why not have…

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March 11, 2020

Kentucky artists to check out while you party in Nashville

Tyler Young 9:00am March 11, 2020 3/11/20 Comments Disabled

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So you’re headed to the SEC Tournament this weekend to rub shoulders with enough Wildcat supporters to fill Bridgestone Arena three times over. (Note: Due to concerns surrounding the coronavirus, please do not actually rub shoulders.) Once you’ve bought your tickets from a Tennessee fan on Thursday afternoon, you’ll have plenty of time to kill…

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March 2, 2020

“PARASITE” DIRECTOR BONG JOON HO HAS MADE SOME RAD MOVIES

Blake Vickers 10:59am March 2, 2020 3/2/20 Comments Disabled

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Hey Funkhouser fans, it’s me, the guy who wrote that “Stranger Things” story you probably hated. (Though I wouldn’t really know. I don’t read the comments, because I’m a coward. Chris just told me they were rough.) So anyway, I’ve returned from a school/internship related exile to talk about someone special. A person of eccentric genius and…

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February 4, 2020

Funkhouser’s 2020 Sundance Film Festival Report

C.M. Tomlin 3:57pm February 4, 2020 2/4/20

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Not a Jason Statham nor Tyler Perry were in sight at Park City’s 2020 installment of the Sundance Film  Festival. Not that there’s not a place for the Stathams and Perrys in the film world — it’s just that this generally isn’t that sort of crowd. Sundance is a cinema-lover’s Nirvana, with films screened at…

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January 1, 2020

The Top 10 Movies of the Decade

John Reecer 1:00pm January 1, 2020 1/1/20

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Inception

I fell in love with movies over this past decade. I genuinely love going to the theatre with my friends and family. Movies as a whole, mean a lot to me. Call that “nerdy” or “strange” if you want. That’s fine with me. However, as we finally hit the end of the decade I couldn’t…

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December 24, 2019

Planning the Perfect Holiday Party

Eli Farrer 1:39pm December 24, 2019 12/24/19

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Hey! Do you want to host an amazing holiday party that would make Martha Stewart jealous? Of course you do. Here’s a step by step guide… Create Buzz Send out invitations that are equal parts festive and suspiciously vague. You want there to be an air of mystery surrounding your holiday party that one could…

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November 19, 2019

The A Block E7: Hello to our No. 1 Fan!

KSR 5:30pm November 19, 2019 11/19/19 Comments Disabled

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The A Block team is on the road from Continental Sewing ahead of the holiday season. The gang shares some sewing secrets and touches on a variety of topics, like… — J-Lo’s unbelievably large candle budget. — A highly recommended docu-series. — Advice for the Royal Family. — Taylor Swift vs. Big Machine Records —…

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November 11, 2019

The A Block E6: The Sale Ends Today!

KSR 5:00pm November 11, 2019 11/11/19 Comments Disabled

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The entire gang is finally back together. Hayley, Jacqueline and Claire catch up with another exciting edition of The A Block by touching on a variety of topics, from baby turtles to Christmas decorations. Highlights: — Winter, GO AWAY! — Oh no, not a Tennessee fan. — A very important debate on La Croix. —…

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August 13, 2019

Hobbs & Shaw Review

Blake Vickers 11:55am August 13, 2019 8/13/19

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In this day and age, it’s not often that we get a big budget action film that doesn’t include a superhero. Thankfully, films like John Wick and The Equalizer have gained a healthy enough of an audience to warrant sequels. And while these gritty and smaller films scratch a certain itch in the most satisfying…

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August 8, 2019

The Funkhouser Situation E62: Once Upon a Time on the Funkhouser Situation

KSR 5:00pm August 8, 2019 8/8/19

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Are you ready for some Funkhouser? Lee Cruse and Chris Tomlin return for another action-packed episode of The Funkhouser Situation. Before they end with a show-stopping spoiler-filled review of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, KSR’s terrific tandem talks about… — There’s a new Spider-Man and a couple of characters stick out. — BIG news…

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August 7, 2019

The Boys Season 1 Review

Blake Vickers 3:45pm August 7, 2019 8/7/19 Comments Disabled

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This isn’t the first time I’ve ever reviewed a property with ties to Garth Ennis. He’s an extremely polarizing writer; known for filling his stories to the brim with the most graphic of violence, darkest of humor, and snarkiest of dialogue. To call him the Tarantino of the Comics Industry wouldn’t be too far off.…

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August 3, 2019

It was not a Big Day for Chance The Rapper

Brent Wainscott 3:45pm August 3, 2019 8/3/19

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What’s up, Funkhouser? It’s been a while, but your boy is back with (oddly enough) his first album review on Funkhouser. I have posted plenty about music before, but with the ever-increasing workload of college and picking up on the sports side of KSR, I decided to do a little sabbatical from the fun hobby…

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July 30, 2019

40 Years After Highway To Hell, AC/DC Is Still Rock n’ Roll At Its Best

Adrian Bryant 4:10pm July 30, 2019 7/30/19

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July 27th marked the 40 year anniversary of one of the great rock records, Highway to Hell. The album pushed the up and coming Aussie act AC/DC to true stardom, being certified 7x platinum and creating a title track that – among a number of the band’s other hits – currently lives as one of…

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PARKS from Keymaster Games – A Board Game Review

Richmond Bramblet 9:00am July 30, 2019 7/30/19

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In 2019, the board game landscape has never been better. New games are getting high value production with great components, engaging themes, and beautiful art. PARKS from Keymaster Games ticks all of those boxes, with one of the most beautiful games to come around in a long time.  However, does PARKS play as great as…

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July 26, 2019

Five Big Takeaways From San Diego Comic-Con

Daniel Dunston 2:30pm July 26, 2019 7/26/19 Comments Disabled

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Every year in July, the nerd community gathers at San Diego Comic-Con or SDCC to celebrate the comics, movies and shows that they love. And every year, the rest of the world doesn’t understand why people fight crowds to go sit in conference halls watching movie trailers. I get it. It’s a bit weird but…

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July 25, 2019

Review: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

C.M. Tomlin 8:00am July 25, 2019 7/25/19

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You’re going to hear a lot of the overused term “love letter” thrown around in terms of Quentin Tarantino’s nearly three-hours long  drama/comedy Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and that shouldn’t and won’t surprise you. After all, even when Quentin Tarantino was making movies set in Germany (Inglorious Basterds), the Deep South (Django Unchained) and…

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July 24, 2019

Eight Ways To View The Moon

Josh Juckett 2:00pm July 24, 2019 7/24/19

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Last Saturday we celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.  There were a myriad of tweets, articles, news stories, documentaries and other forms of media coverage.  Many people looked to the moon landing as a means to wonder what could be the next great challenge we face as a country and as…

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July 14, 2019

On Being the One Guy Who Doesn’t Like Stranger Things

Blake Vickers 6:00pm July 14, 2019 7/14/19

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My first writing job was as an Opinion Editor at a college newspaper. In the semester I ran the Opinion page at the Eastern Progress, I spat out a lot of stories. Some I’m proud of. Others not so much. The one hallmark of all of my stories at the Progress was that I tried…

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