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STC works out kinks 0

STC works out kinks

Nine weeks into the semester, it appears Amarillo College’s latest endeavor, the Science Testing Center, finally has worked out all the kinks.

Students who have managed to avoid Warren Hall and all things science may be unaware of what the Science Testing Center is and how dysfunctional it was when it opened.

‘Love’: endlessly boring, disappointing, immature 0

‘Love’: endlessly boring, disappointing, immature

Endless Love, a movie starring Gabriella Wilde as Jade and Alex Pettyfer as David, tells the story of two teenagers who fall in love after high school graduation and are determined to be together despite the wishes of Jade’s father, Hugh, played by Bruce Greenwood. Read what a Ranger reporter thought after watching it.

‘Ocean’ mixes childhood memories, terror in slim package 0

‘Ocean’ mixes childhood memories, terror in slim package

After eight years between adult novels, Neil Gaiman’s The Ocean at the End of the Lane has been much anticipated by his fans. The long-awaited book is slim, but what it lacks in length it makes up for in its dark whimsy.

The novel begins when the narrator, who never is named, returns to his home to give a eulogy and ends up passing time by literally wandering down memory lane.

REVIEW: Rain invites refreshing atmosphere. 0

REVIEW: Rain invites refreshing atmosphere.

Like an oasis in the desert, so is Rain Premier Sushi Bar and Lounge in downtown Amarillo. The name alone, Rain, invites a cool and refreshing atmosphere. This tasty treasure can be found inside the historic Paramount Theater building at the corner of Ninth Avenue and Polk Street.

Courtesy photo  Les Claypool is the former frontman for Primus. He now is part of Duo De Twang. 0

REVIEW: Claypool’s album: ‘Back-woods, hillbilly stomp rock’

The songs are not originals, but chances are you’ve never heard anything like this before.

Les Claypool’s Duo De Twang, the latest project from the Primus frontman and his longtime collaborator, M.I.R.V. guitarist Bryan Kehoe, has released its debut album, Four Foot Shack, and it may pose a serious threat to the way your brain processes the world around you.