“Free Fire” movie review

By Jeff Boudreaux        Writer/Director Ben Wheatley’s seriocomic homage to Tarantino, “Free Fire,” is a rudimentary exercise in Murphy’s Law, bestowed upon one of the worst scenarios imaginable. Namely, an arms deal gone horribly [...]

“Smurfs: The Lost Village” review

By Jeff Boudreaux        Hey Gargamel! You can stick a magical fork (or whatever else you may decide to conjure up) into the Smurfs. They’re done, and so are you for that matter. Contrary to what you may believe you are reading, I am [...]

Khan Academy and Sal Khan: From a Grace King High School Student to International Educator

  By: Leonard “Lenny” Vasbinder If you have ever had trouble learning something in one of your classes, you may have had the good fortune to hear about Khan Academy (KA).  You may have already seen one of the thousands of educational [...]

“Beauty and the Beast” review

By Jeff Boudreaux In the second of Disney’s long-awaited, live-action updates of their classics (following 2015’s “Cinderella”), Director Bill Condon’s “Beauty and the Beast” is a faithful, yet socially-modernized retread of [...]

“Gifted” review

By Jeff Boudreaux I’m going to get right to the point – “Gifted” is a delightful motion picture that tugs at your heartstrings, makes you laugh, and has some knockout performances to boot. Marc Webb (“500 Days of Summer,” “The [...]

“Steel Magnolias” to close out DCC Spring Theatre Season

By: Mary Achary Steel Magnolias was originally written by American writer Robert Harling as a short story to help him cope with the death of his 32-year-old sister, Susan, from complications of Type 1 diabetes in 1985. It was also intended [...]

365 reasons to succeed

By Christian Prevost College students tend to have an abundance of cost, especially JR college students who mostly take care of bills and school.  Delgado community college takes one expense and throws it out the window in a sense.  All Delgado [...]