‘A Small Family Business’ revels in hilarity and hysterics

Gilberto Gálvez & Luis Santillán-Guzmán, Culture editor

May 13, 2015

One of the funniest plays "A Small Family Business," the current production in the Linfield Theatre, is also one of the darkest, and that is how the comedy works. The audience shares in the characters' hilarity and hysterics as...

‘Neighborhood 3’ shocks and spooks

Gilberto Galvez, Culture editor

November 8, 2014

While, experiencing "Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom," one is never sure exactly what is happening, and that is exactly what makes it unforgettable. And it is an experience. Junior Mic Cooney's masterful videography that provided...

Lily Allen fails in reclaiming the word ‘bitch’

Abigail Thomas, Columnist

October 12, 2014

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0CazRHB0so In an attempt to empower women, particularly those in the music industry, Lily Allen almost undermines her own agenda in her music video for "Hard Out Here." The lyrics, though...

‘Neighbors’ pokes fun at both genders

May 18, 2014

Special Lovincey/Columnist “Neighbors” may not be a feminist film, but the jokes are feminist-friendly. Comedy has always concealed and undermined female characters to either alluring or anything less than funny; recent ...

‘The Catcher in the Rye,’ a powerful American novel

March 21, 2013

J.D. Salinger’s 1951 novel, “The Catcher in the Rye,” gives the angst-ridden teenagers of this world a worthy champion: Holden Caulfield. Set in the ‘50s, “The Catcher in the Rye” describes the misadventures of...

Funk band refreshes music scene

March 1, 2013

Made up of college kids who graduated with an appreciation of rock and punk, Guy Fox is a band of four Bates College graduates who then moved to San Francisco to produce their self-titled EP Guy Fox. The unique thing about...

Del Rey leaves listeners lost in paradise

December 3, 2012

The self-proclaimed “gangsta Nancy Sinatra” releases the follow- up to her debut album, her much-anticipated EP “Paradise,” just in time for the holiday season. With the EP’s nine tracks, “Paradise” is what you...

TLR looks forward to a new school year

August 27, 2012

Although summer is drawing to a close, and classes are in full swing, The Linfield Review has a lot to be excited about this year. last school year, members of the mass communication department were busy readying a student...