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“Nomadland” Is Essential Viewing

In preparation for the Academy Awards on April 25th, the Corral will be reviewing every potential Best Picture nomination
Trey Williams, Managing Editor March 4, 2021

"Nomadland", directed by Chloé Zhao, stars Frances McDormand as Fern, a woman who lost their home in the Great Recession and travels across the country living in her van, joining a community of other...

“One Night in Miami” is Packed with Electrifying Performances

In preparation for the Academy Awards on April 25th, the Corral will be reviewing every potential Best Picture nomination
Trey Williams, Managing Editor March 2, 2021

"One Night in Miami", directed by Regina King, stars Kingsley Ben-Adir as Civil Rights activist Malcolm X, Eli Goree as the greatest boxer of all time Cassius Clay, Aldis Hodge as one of the greatest football...

“The Trial of the Chicago 7”: Entertainment Over Impact

In preparation for the Academy Awards on April 25th, the Corral will be reviewing every potential Best Picture nomination
Trey Williams, Managing Editor February 28, 2021

"The Trial of the Chicago 7" is written and directed by Aaron Sorkin and stars Eddie Redmayne, Sacha Baron Cohen, Jeremy Strong, and many others. This film is about the trial surrounding seven different...

“Promising Young Woman”: Fun and Thoughtful Thriller

In preparation for the Academy Awards on April 25th, the Corral will be reviewing every potential Best Picture nomination
Trey Williams, Managing Editor February 26, 2021

"Promising Young Woman" is directed by Emerald Fennell and stars Carey Mulligan and Bo Burnham. Without spoiling anything, "Promising Young Woman" is about a woman named Cassandra who goes to clubs pretending...

“News of the World” Is Nothing New

In preparation for the Academy Awards on April 25th, the Corral will be reviewing every potential Best Picture nomination
Trey Williams, Managing Editor February 24, 2021

"News of the World" is directed by Paul Greengrass and stars Tom Hanks and Helena Zengel. Taking place in the American South soon after the Civil War, this film is about traveling newsreader Captain Jefferson...

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Bishop’s Post Restaurant Review

February 23, 2021

Described on their website as “an upscale casual bistro” bishop's post, named partially after NHL hockey player Ben Bishop and co-founder Ben Bishop Jr., Bishop's Post is the embodiment of a sports...

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HAIM’s “Women in Music Pt. III” is a Breath of Fresh Air

In preparation for the Grammys on March 14th, the Corral will be reviewing every Album of the Year nomination leading up to the awards.
Trey Williams, Managing Editor February 18, 2021

HAIM is a pop-rock band from Los Angeles consisting of three sisters. HAIM have been critical darlings since their 2013 debut album "Days Are Gone". Their latest album "Women in Music Pt. III" has been...

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The Cookie Crumbls in STL

Crumbl Cookie Bakes its way into everyones heart
Brooke Kraizer and Gabby Abowitz February 18, 2021

Cookies are an easy go-to dessert for people of all ages. Whether you are making them homemade, scooping dough out of a container or going to a store to buy them, they always hit the spot. Crumbl Cookies...

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Jhené Aiko’s “Chilombo” Is Misused Talent

In preparation for the Grammys on March 14th, the Corral will be reviewing every Album of the Year nomination leading up to the awards.
Trey Williams, Managing Editor February 16, 2021

Jhené Aiko has been a rising R&B talent in the last few years. Aiko has been featured on songs by Drake, Childish Gambino, Big Sean, and many more. Despite a mixed critical reception, Aiko's latest...

Black Pumas’ Debut Album Plays It Too Safe

In preparation for the Grammys on March 14, the Corral will be reviewing every Album of the Year nomination leading up to the awards.
Trey Williams, Managing Editor February 11, 2021

Black Pumas are a psychedelic soul band from Austin, Texas. Their self-titled debut album is perhaps the most surprising nomination for Album of the Year. As the clear underdog, do Black Pumas impress...

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Coldplay’s “Everyday Life” is Heartfelt but Boring

In preparation for the Grammys on March 14, the Corral will be reviewing every Album of the Year nomination leading up to the awards.
Trey Williams, Managing Editor February 5, 2021

Coldplay, one of the most successful rock bands of the 21st century, has returned in 2019 with a double album titled "Everyday Life." This is their second album to receive a Grammy nomination for Album...

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Jacob Collier’s “Djesse Vol. 3” Is Too Much

In preparation for the Grammys on March 14th, the Corral will be reviewing every Album of the Year nomination leading up to the awards.
Trey Williams, Managing Editor February 3, 2021

Jacob Collier is a 26 year old musical prodigy. Collier can play basically every instrument and has perfect pitch. Jacob's pure talent has grabbed the attention of many musical greats across many genres,...

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