Sink yourself into some good reads this summer.
Arts & Entertainment
“The Last Dance”By Brooks Moeller While there have been no live sporting events for the…
“Calm”By Ella Lucente Australian pop-rock band 5 Seconds of Summer came out with their fourth…
Beaches and parks may still be closed, but these games should get you outdoors without having to leave home.
In light of COVID-19 Proctor is still making sure they’re providing locals with their weekly farmer’s market.
With Jacob Eason leaving for the NFL, the UW football team has an open hole at quarterback that is up for grabs.
The newest miniseries from Netflix isn’t great, but it’s good enough for some light entertainment.
Video games offer players everywhere the chance to escape mundane life and embark on new journeys in alternate realities.
“With the world-wide disruption of business, the Museum is not immune to rapidly changing conditions.”
Poetry gives people a different format of expressing themselves, and Kitty O’Meara’s poem of quarantine and healing gives people hope.