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‘God’s Not Dead’ stands out among religious movies

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Cheyenne Makinia , Managing Editor, Commentary
April 22, 2014

Christian-themed movies have been popular at the box office this year with films like “Son of God,” “Noah” and “God’s Not Dead.” While the first two take a historical Biblical perspective, “God’s Not Dead” is set in a college classroom. The credits of the move list more than 40 court... Read more »

#Brotiquing – Legend Larry’s

April 22, 2014

Brotiquing is a weekly column reviewing restaurants in the Green Bay area. Three UW-Green Bay students, Chuck Andrews, Josh Martell and Jacob Westendorf, and UWGB alumnus Michael Duenkel, go to different Green Bay-area restaurants and critique them while broing out. The guys checked out Legend Larry’s... Read more »

Season premiere full of ‘Awkward’ moments

Bailey Stellmacher , 4Play Editor, Commentary
April 22, 2014

When the third season of MTV’s “Awkward” ended in December, fans looked forward to a new, self-empowering side of Jenna Hamilton (Ashley Rickards, “Gamer,” 2009). Hamilton finally realized  she didn’t need a man in her life to feel good about herself and went to prom by herself to show her... Read more »

Stellar acting makes ‘Draft Day’ a solid film

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Chase Pendzich , 4Play Writer, Commentary
April 15, 2014

With the NFL Draft still a month away, football fans now have something to hold them over until May 8.  “Draft Day” opened in theaters  April 11, and while it may not be the most memorable sports film, it’s still a solid movie. Kevin Costner (“Dances with Wolves,” 1990) stars as Cleveland... Read more »

#Brotiquing – Sympatico

April 15, 2014

Brotiquing is a weekly column reviewing restaurants in the Green Bay area. Three UW-Green Bay students, Chuck Andrews, Josh Martell and Jacob Westendorf, and UWGB alumnus Michael Duenkel, go to different Green Bay-area restaurants and critique them while broing out. This week, the Brotique-ers headed... Read more »

‘Captain America’ stands tall in sequel

Chase Pendzich, 4Play Writer, Commentary
April 15, 2014

The newest film in the Marvel franchise, “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” is a bit more than what you would expect from a Marvel film. Opening April 4, “Captain America 2” brought insane action, an interesting story and even more superheroes. The film revolves around Steve Rogers (Chris... Read more »

Vinted reinvents online shopping

Cyndi Revolynksi , 4Play Contributor, Commentary
April 15, 2014

With the warm bliss of summer is just around the corner, it’s finally time to pack away heavy sweaters and liberate summer dresses from the depths of the closet. Lucky for us, a new App called Vinted can help us cut the clutter. While winter clothing is going on sale, bikinis and tank tops are only... Read more »

‘How I Met Your Mother’ series finale disappoints

Bailey Stellmacher , 4Play Editor, Commentary
April 8, 2014

After nine long years, fans of CBS’s hit show “How I Met Your Mother” were prepared to finally meet Ted’s (Josh Radnor, “Not Another Teen Movie,” 2001) wife and mother of his children, for whom the show is named. The big reveal came in the series finale on March 31, and fans couldn’t have... Read more »

#Brotiquing – Legends Brewhouse and Eatery

April 8, 2014

Brotiquing is a weekly column reviewing restaurants in the Green Bay area. Three UW-Green Bay students, Chuck Andrews, Josh Martell and Jacob Westendorf, and UWGB alumnus Michael Duenkel, go to different Green Bay-area restaurants and critique them while broing out. This week, the Brotique-ers headed... Read more »

‘The Walking Dead’ brings its best in finale

Chase Pendzich , 4Play Writer, Commentary
April 8, 2014

AMC’s “The Walking Dead” is known for its stellar season premieres and finales. The recent season 4 finale was no exception. Spoilers ahead. Airing March 30, the season finale brought together most of the survivors who were separated after the explosive mid-season finale in February. The smaller... Read more »