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Review: New Kill Chicago well worth the wait

Just over four years since the release of their first studio album The Grey, Fredericton rock-quartet Kill Chicago make every second their fans have...

Review: Quinn Bonnell’s Wonder both colourful and cohesive

Fredericton’s Quinn Bonnell has grown immensely as an artist in the two years since his first release The Night EP. He has found a...

Review: Howling at the night with Matt Mays

In an almost sold-out theatre on Nov. 12., Matt Mays walked out on the Playhouse Theatre stage dressed in jeans and a t-shirt and...

REVIEW: Through the eyes of James Baldwin

Disclaimer: The Aquinian does not endorse the word "n***o". We decided to review this movie, despite its title, because we believe its content is...

REVIEW: Concord Floral overflows with teenage emotion

Theatre St. Thomas’ latest production Concord Floral, which ran from Oct. 30 to Nov. 2 in St. Thomas University's Black Box Theatre, has the...

Food review: Tokyo Ramen

Ramen is a signature dish for any university student. When you're broke and hungry, it’s cheap and easy to rip open a packet of...

Review: Sexists hate Captain Marvel, and Marvel loves that

When I entered the cinema to see Captain Marvel with my friend who had already seen it, he said “You’re gonna love this film,...

Review: Motherhood returns with another new sound

Brydon Crain, Penelope Stevens and Adam Sipkema from the band Motherhood have reminded everyone they are the fun parent of Fredericton’s music scene with...

Review: Grab some grub at the Cellar Pub

Within the depths of the Student Union Building, the Cellar Pub is a popular place for students to enjoy a meal, drink a pitcher...

Mother and son breathe new life into beasts and gardens

Mothers often see their children’s drawings as works of art that hang on the fridge. But Hungarian artist Anna Torma, took her children's doodles...

Review: Choose-your-own-adventure fails to be adventurous

Warning: Contains spoilers.  The choice between breakfast cereals, Sugar Puffs or Frosties, isn’t a life or death decision. But Netflix’s latest instalment of the dystopian TV show...

Review: Fredericton band Tortue releases first EP in two years

Fredericton’s Tortue has come out of their shell and dropped a two-track EP titled Slither on Dec. 26, their first release in two years. The band...
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