Author: Justin Walker

Movie Review: Daddy’s Home 2

Christmas is a time for family. It is great to have everyone gathered around, spending time with each other and making memories to last a lifetime. But sometimes, some family members just make life difficult. “Daddy’s Home 2” shows just how difficult it can get in the Sean Anders directed film starring Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg. The movie picks up with Dusty (Wahlberg) and Brad (Ferrell) working well together as “co-dads,” even going as far as being best friends. However, tension still exists between the two men, and all that comes to blow when Dusty and Brad’s dads,...

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Hunter Rea Band at Hurricane Harry’s

The Hunter Rea Band will be in Bryan-College Station on December 8, performing at Hurricane Harry’s at 8 p.m. The band is comprised of four friends from Belton, Texas: Hunter Glaske, lead vocals and guitar; Mason Hightower, guitar; John Allen Davidson, bass; and Adam Rea, drums. Glaske and Rea met while playing football at the University of Mary-Hardin Baylor. The two began to play around with instruments and eventually decided to start their own band. Davidson joined on to make the three-piece band. After a few other members came and went, Hightower joined and completed the band. Since then,...

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App Review: KptnCook

If you’re like me, you hate cooking. Why? For starters, you have to plan out meals days, sometimes weeks in advance. Then you have to form a shopping list. From there, you have to go to the store, which is often overcrowded. And then you can’t find anything on your list. Then you get home, decide what you want to eat, sweat over a hot stove, just to have to clean the dishes afterward. No thanks. There’s not an app for all of that, but KptnCook is here to help with the first half of our struggles. With the...

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Questival in College Station

It all began when you were a little kid and your parents took you to an Easter egg hunt. The thrill of finding that oval capsule with pieces of candy trapped inside overwhelmed you. That excitement elevated when you got a little older and participated in scavenger hunts with friends. You and your friends piled in cars and travelled all across the city looking for random objects in a race against the other team. Now, there is a new and exciting adventure for you and your friends to take part in, right here in College Station: Questival. The Bear...

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App Review: Little Kitten Adventures

There really is an app for everything. With the release of “Little Kitten Adventures,” users can care for a virtual cat, dressing it up for parties, mending cuts and bruises, and taking funny photos of the furry friend. There are several side games that go with the app. Users can help guide Little Kitten through various mazes, help return fallen presents to their trays, while also learning shapes, and play memory games to earn bonus items for Little Kitten. While this app is clearly a learning-and-entertainment app intended for younger audiences, you have to ask yourself if it’s worth...

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