Adam Staten

The Life of the Party

May 18, 2018 Nicole Davis

By Adam Staten Regrets are a big part of life, whether we’d like to admit it or not.  They may come in the form of mistakes or as opportunities not taken. We can only hope […]

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Avengers: Infinity War

May 18, 2018 Nicole Davis

By: Adam Staten According to the calendar, we’re a little more than a month into the spring season.  The cold, early morning temperatures seem to finally be subsiding, slowly easing into more mild, comfortable conditions. […]

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Super Troopers 2

May 18, 2018 Nicole Davis

Super Troopers 2 Marginally funny, lazily written flick By: Adam Staten Brave men and women in law enforcement put their lives on the line on a daily basis. Oftentimes they’re called to a situation not […]

Around Town

Taking the fight to Parkinson’s

April 12, 2018 The Southside Times

Rock Steady Boxing provides participants tools to combat Parkinson’s disease By Jeremy Dunn It is a beautiful Friday afternoon. The sun is shining and, for one moment, the temperature is behaving as it should in […]

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Weekly Movie Review: Pacific Rim: Uprising

March 29, 2018 Adam Staten

Pacific Rim: Uprising: A wholly and totally unnecessary film There’s little else the film industry loves than sequels. Sure, we’ll get 15 films a year featuring characters with superhuman strength flying about as they battle […]

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Weekly Movie Review: Tomb Raider

March 22, 2018 Adam Staten

Tomb Raider: Fun film despite major script issues Whether in film franchises or TV shows, reboots are all the rage. Turn on your TV and you’ll see an ad for some show returning from the […]

Articles

Healing through creativity

March 13, 2018 The Southside Times

Free community workshop offers an outlet to keep memories alive through an expression of art On Wednesday, March 7 at Dyes Walk Country Club in Greenwood, participants in the unique Healing Path Workshop Series, a […]

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Weekly Movie Review: Red Sparrow

March 8, 2018 Adam Staten

Red Sparrow: too long, too slow, but still marginally entertaining International espionage and all of its surrounding mystery and intrigue has proven to be a fertile subject for films. There are literally dozens of James […]