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Chow down in C-town: Sidelines

Sport bars are perfect for the big game, but the new sports bar and lounge in Carrollton, Sidelines, offers a more complete experience. Sidelines, located next to Little Caesars, is the perfect place for the ultimate pre-game, in-game and post-game...

 

UWG recognizes eclectic artistry

The University of West Georgia annually publishes a compilation of creative works from the student body featuring poetry, fiction, translations, artwork, film and music. For the past 65 years, the staff of Eclectic works hard to sort through...

 

The Walkers return to AMC

The American horror drama The Walking Dead, based on a comic book series of the same name, will be back in full swing with its mid-season return to AMC on Sunday, Feb. 8 at 9 p.m. This show, about a group of people who happen to find one another...

 

NBA Contenders

The NBA season is just underway for 2014. There are many teams that are in contention to be in the playoff race once the season starts to wrap up. Out of those teams, those who will be there for postseason and those who will not will be a surprise. Atlanta...

 

Braves make big changes after disappointing finish

After possibly the most disappointing season in the last 25 years, the Atlanta Braves seem to be intent on cleaning house this offseason. The changes began before the season even ended. On Sept. 22, the Braves announced general manager (GM)...

 

Mockingjay (Part 1): the beginning of the end

The rebellion is back and the spark that is Katniss Everdeen ignites to bring us “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay (Part 1),” the first half of the end of “The Hunger Games” series, released in theaters Nov. 21. Jennifer Lawrence returns...

 

The aftermath of ferguson

For the first time since the incident between Officer Darren Wilson and Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., Wilson appeared in an interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos to tell his account of the altercation with Michael Brown on Aug. 9. The...

 

Aaliyah fans outraged over recent biopic

Lifetime’s biopic, Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B, aired Nov. 15 and has experienced a lot of controversy since Lifetime first announced details about it several months ago. The biopic had 3.2 million viewers and was the second-highest rated...

 

For girls with kinks and curls

Since the invention of the hot comb, women of color have been straightening their hair for centuries. In the African-American community, having long straight hair was an accomplishment—the longer and straighter the hair the better. Females...

 

Wolves honor Parham

Wolves honor Parham

Photo Credit: Maya Martinez The University of West Georgia is preparing to say goodbye to one of its beloved nurses. Denise A. Parham will be retiring Jan. 1, 2015. Parham has been working at UWG for 20 years, all while inspiring and changing...

 
 
 
 

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