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A new way to watch YouTube

YouTube launched its new subscription service, YouTube Red, in late October last year. Now, for $9.99 a month, users can experience a premium version of YouTube with some additional bonus features. With the exception of paid content purchases or rentals, YouTube Red subscribers can enjoy

NTV nominated for OCFF

The echo of the announcer’s voice booms across the auditorium as he clutches the golden, sealed envelope in his hands, “And the award goes to…”. For 50 nominees from 13 schools in Orange County, those words will be eagerly anticipated on April 2, the date

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“Captain America: Civil War” Review

Of all the potentially groundbreaking films that will hit cinemas in 2016, arguably no other has built up as much hype as the latest installment of Marvel’s “Captain America” series. “Captain America: Civil War” finds the titular Steve Rogers/Captain America (Chris Evans) leading the Avengers

Getting buff backstage: Tech Theatre

A family of students paints characters with makeup, flashes lights across the stage and cobbles planks of wood into enchanting sets. In addition to the actors and actresses, another group contributed to the greatness of the winter musical, “The Drowsy Chaperone”: Tech Theatre. Danyelle Dunavold

Virtual reality becomes reality

While once simply an element of sci-fi movies, a future filled with virtual reality technology in your own home may be closer than you think. Virtual reality (VR) is a computer-simulated three-dimensional world in which the setting responds to the actions of the user, as