By Leah Blewett
The signature Shack Burger is grilled and topped without fail by a melted slice of cheese, crisp leaf lettuce, tomatoes that are red almost beyond expectation and Shack Sauce, a creamy pinkish concoction that recalls the tang of Thousand Island dressing with none of the bitterness or bite.
By James Braxton Peterson
For a long time now, I’ve been saying that Frank Ocean has restored my faith in R&B, the previously soulful black music genre that has been co-opted by mainstream corporations and misrepresented by the mediocrity brought to bear by dudes with wack names and even wacker music.
This quirky comedy stars Traci Lords as Helen, a widow trying to rebuild her life after the death of her husband, a bisexual who inspired both love and resentment in her.
By Matt Prigge
Though “director’s cuts” are a cottage industry, rare is the one that actually reverses a film’s reputation.