The Liberator

Goodbye to ‘The Man’

George Guckenberger and Mckenzi Popper

December 11, 2018

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The word “Excelsior” trended throughout social media on Nov. 12 as a tribute to Stan Lee. At the age of 95, the writer, editor and publisher of Marvel comics, such as Iron Man, Spider-Man, the X-Men and many other heroes,...

Winter’s many stories

Ainsley Freeman, Staff Writer

December 11, 2018

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Every story begins with the words ‘once upon a time.’ Once upon a time, there was an evil Santa. Once upon a time, there was a kind old lady who gave presents to children in Italy. Winter is a time for storytelling, so here...

Holiday Gift Guide

Jordan Jewell, Entertainment Editor

December 11, 2018

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For an acquaintance: The holidays are a time of familial and vocational obligation, and nothing demonstrates that better than the Obligatory Gift. This is the gift that you get for someone you know barely anything about. Because...

The death of pop music

The death of pop music

October 16, 2018

Co[s]mically powerful: Comic convention gives LGBTQ community space to shine

Jordan Jewell, Entertainment Editor

October 16, 2018

Filed under Entertainment

Walking into the Millennium Youth Entertainment Complex on the weekend of Sept. 7, dozens of booths are arranged in the repurposed skating rink. Some are stacked high with postcards, stickers and shirts in haphazard piles, while...

Top 3: September’s chart topping hits

Jordan Jewell, Entertainment Editor

October 16, 2018

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Musical taste varies each decade, year and month. September has seen jams fluctuating all over the charts, at least according to Billboard’s Top 100 chart, which is ruled by rhythmic beats and quick verses. All three top songs...

BlacKkKlansmen review

BlacKkKlansmen review

October 16, 2018

Local comics artists find their niche with webcomics

Isabelle Amanuel, Staff Writer

May 1, 2018

Filed under Entertainment

Posters, action figures, and keychains of the most well known superheroes and their symbols line the walls. Colorful pages bound by flimsy spines or hard covers fill the shelves. Every year, comics are promoted by the North...

Lonestar Roundup

Sophia Blaha, Staff Writer

May 1, 2018

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On April 12 and 13, thousands of Austinites and car enthusiasts flocked to the Travis County Expo center for the Lonestar Roundup. This annual festival brings together custom made cars from before 1963 for a two day festival,...

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