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“Heartbreak Weather,” the second solo studio album from ex-One Direction member Niall Horan. It comes three years after 2017’s “Flicker,” Horan’s first solo album.

“Dreamland,” the third studio album from Nashville-based indie pop band COIN. It comes three years after “How will you know if you never try,” the popular album boasting their biggest hit to date — “Talk too much.”

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“Man Alive!” is the third studio album from King Krule, the solo project of London artist Archy Marshall. Marshall uses a mix of the jazz, hip-hop, darkwave and trip-hop genres to create a distinctly dark sound.

Indie-pop band Tennis released their fifth studio album “Swimmer” on Feb. 14, 2020. The husband and wife duo from Denver, Colorado formed in 2010. Their first album “Cape Dory” was released in 2011, primarily influenced by an eight-month sailing expedition that the couple took after graduati…

“The Slow Rush” is the fourth studio album from Tame Impala. Tame Impala is a solo project by Australian artist Kevin Parker. Parker has built himself a massive following for his music, through a groovy, yet cerebral, psychedelic pop sound. Parker has also collaborated with pop and hip-hop t…

This week on the Music Minute, host Miles Dickerson talks about Shortly's album Richmond.

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The increasing severity of the coronavirus outbreak has forced local businesses to adapt to almost unprecedented conditions. In order to slow the spread of the disease, Knox County Health Department Director Martha Buchanan announced a “safer at home” order in a press conference on Monday.

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Finding ways to entertain yourself while secluded at home is the name of the game for folks these days. While some are choosing to binge shows on streaming services or play video games, there are others who prefer to pick up the thickest book they can find and escape into the ink-lined pages.

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“Doom” is one of the oldest and most active video game franchises in existence, with the series now over 25 years old. Four years ago, we received an excellent reboot that brought “Doom” back into the forefront for gamers. Now, players get to step back into the demon-stomping boots of the Do…

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The call for increased social distancing in the face of the coronavirus pandemic has been a death knell for the American entertainment industry: concert venues are empty, stadiums are closed and movie theatres across the world are shutting. For film studios that had planned to release major …

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Since most of us have been required to stay inside, quarantined to ensure the safety and health of ourselves and others, we are about to be pretty bored.

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Chancellor Donde Plowman announced on Monday, March 16 that classes will continue online through the end of the spring semester. With this, campus residents were asked to move out of their on-campus residencies for the rest of the semester as well.

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“Healer,” the fourth studio album from alt-rock band Grouplove, follows their 2017 album “Big Mess.”

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The Weekly Wrap-Up is on the move! With the recent outbreak of COVID-19, many of our videographers are not able to produce their weekly scheduled content in the same manner. However, this will not stop the flow of our content! Our team is working hard to produce our regular content with limi…

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Now that a novel virus threatens the daily existence of millions across America, going to a movie theater seems like a ridiculous and irresponsible use of time and money. Major film studios know that theaters are effectively closed for the foreseeable future, with profits from movie theater …

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This week, the highs are really high, and the lows are pretty dismal. Thankfully, from this week forward “Mashle: Magic and Muscles” will be replaced with “Demon Slayer,” so that saves everyone from dealing with a consistently bad series.

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This month’s chapter of “Dragon Ball Super” was all about showing off just how powerful Goku has become over the course of his special training to defeat the villainous Moro, who has sieged the Earth with his army of Galactic Prison escapees. These prisoners are pumped up with the overwhelmi…

This week on the Music Minute, host Miles Dickerson talks about Turnover's album Peripheral Vision.

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“Heartbreak Weather,” the second solo studio album from ex-One Direction member Niall Horan. It comes three years after 2017’s “Flicker,” Horan’s first solo album.

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Monday night, movie theater chain Regal Cinemas announced in an email that all of their locations in the United States would close starting Tuesday, March 17 until further notice. The decision was made in an attempt to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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In 2015, Moon Studios captured the hearts of Xbox players with their platformer adventure game, “Ori and the Blind Forest.” With wonderful world design, clever puzzles, and surprisingly challenging combat, “Ori and the Blind Forest” more than proved itself as worthy Metroidvania style game.

“My Hero One’s Justice 2” is the follow up to 2018’s “My Hero One’s Justice.” This sequel delivers 17 new characters and several new stages from the quirk-filled world of My Hero Academia. This follow-up also employs a new stamina meter and new team plus-ultra moves.

It’s amazing to think that it has been seven years since the premiere of the current generation of consoles. In that time we have seen some dramatic shifts in both the games we play and how we play them.

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It’s a bit of a slow week for movies, but there is a lot of variety. No two films coming out are alike and there should be plenty to satisfy just about any viewer. This week includes a controversial release, a new superhero film, a Christian romance, a teen drama and a mystery thriller.

Introducing Design Diaries: The mostly Tuesday fashion, arts, and culture news talk show hosted by Natalie and Ryan. This week: Natalie and Ryan discuss Paris Fashion Week and some popular trends that you can incorporate in your everyday wardrobe.

Manga carries with it a reflection of a time period’s culture, but it can also influence and alter the culture of its readers. During the 20th century, manga evolved drastically. There were many series that would become icons within the medium, known in their literary sphere in the same way …

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When most people think of video games, the first thing that usually comes to mind is “Super Mario.” Nintendo’s mascot has been synonymous with the video game industry since the release of “Super Mario Bros.” in 1985.

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The rapid spread of COVID-19 frightened many Americans in the last few weeks. There are four confirmed cases of coronavirus in Tennessee as of writing, none of which are in Knoxville. However, it’s always best to err on the side of caution.

More than one chapter this week involved a protagonist swapping sides. Last week, I suggested “Guardian of the Witch” do something similar, and this time it seems as if one of the series actually did just that.