‘What If…?’ Episode 7 Brings in Party Thor
By Janie Walenda
There’s no denying how important Thor and Loki have been to the MCU as a whole. Loki remains the MCU’s most iconic villain and remains a major character in this universe even after his tragic demise in “Infinity War” (thankfully, multiverses allow for such paradoxes). While the “Thor” movies have had their ups and downs, Thor himself has only grown in popularity, as evidenced by his upcoming fourth movie. This sibling rivalry defined much of the early MCU, ...
Arts & Entertainment Podcast: ‘Anne of Green Gables’
How do you translate a timeless novel to the stage? How do you prepare for a show in the midst of a COVID spike? Hear the answers to these and other questions from director Stacey Stratton and lead actress Hannah Bradley in this candid conversation about Cedarville’s Fall production of “Anne of Green Gables,” opening September 30.
‘Contagion’ Concerns a Different Kind of Pandemic
By Josh McClain
The novel “Contagion” by Erin Bowman came out in 2018, just before the era of COVID-19. Unfortunately, Bowman would have done well to wait until COVID made its appearance so she could take notes because our worldwide pandemic is quite frankly more creative than the infection Bowman attempted to resurrect.
Bowman’s sci-fi thriller begins in terrific form, initially earning every page turn. The story follows the evacuation of a space base crew, including research intern ...
Lady Jackets Rally from Deficit to Top Tiffin
by Josh Decker
On Tuesday night, the Cedarville Lady Jackets overcame an early two-goal deficit to top Tiffin University 5-2 in a hard-fought match. The victory improves the Jackets’ record to 4-3-1 this season, including an impressive 4-1 record at home.
“Tiffin came ready to play and caught us on our heels, but I’m really proud of the team and how we responded and just kept working,” head coach Jonathan Meade said.
From the opening kickoff, Tiffin brought the intensity. Only ...