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Nova Clark is the Arts and Entertainment Editor at the Ebbtide. She covers arts and entertainment while writing a biweekly film and television review column called "Double Exposure." Clark takes daily influence from the style and culture of the 1950's through 1970's.


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Charm and Etiquette Never Go Out of Style

1930s Handbook Transcends Time “Apply an all-over foundation cream (any reputable brand) in a shade that matches your skin tone.” “If your brows are blonde or not well-defined, use an eyebrow pencil lightly.” These tips might sound as if they’ve been plucked straight from a makeup blog, but believe it or not, they’re 81 years…

Ebbtide Eats: Thai Bistro

Everyone else at Thai Bistro the night I went — a chilly October evening at approximately 7:30 p.m. — had the right idea. Just a six minute drive north of SCC, this haven should be any Thai food-lover’s new go-to. Throughout my visit, there was a decent number of patrons that kept the place buzzing,…

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Double Exposure: ‘The Mary Tyler Moore Show’ (1970-1977)

“Who can turn the world on with her smile?” This opening line describes Mary Tyler Moore in her namesake sitcom’s upbeat opening theme song “Love Is All Around” — a tune that fits the show’s optimistic themes. Moore plays Mary Richards, a single woman who moves to a Victorian apartment in Minneapolis and quickly lands…

A&E Calendar – Nov. 8, 2019

Flash Fiction Writing Contest Nov. 1-30 Love to write? You’re in luck: This year’s writing contest is based off your own theme. Tell your own fiction story in 750 words or less to win the grand prize: a $20 gift card to Third Place Books, or the second place award, a $10 voucher for SCC’s…

Opinion: Love Thy Neighbor?

The Dangers of ‘Nextdoor’ Communities are meant to bring us together, but sometimes having a platform can bring out the worst in people. In 1960, an episode of the classic science-fiction anthology “The Twilight Zone” brought this concept to life. It was called “The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street,” and it displayed the universal…

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Double Exposure: ‘Phantom of the Paradise’ (1974)

“He sold his soul for rock ’n’ roll,” declares the tagline of Brian De Palma’s devilish rock opera, hinting at themes to come. The opening narration by Rod Serling (of “Twilight Zone” fame) alludes to the story’s music-centric plot and “the man who made it, the girl who sang it and the monster who stole…

A&E Calendar – OCt. 25, 2019

Inktober Drawing Event Oct. 25; 1 p.m.-3 p.m., Rm. 2068 For a decade, “Inktober” has inspired artists everywhere by challenging them to share one ink drawing per day throughout October — and on Oct. 25, everyone is welcome to join this Inktober-inspired drawing event hosted by the SCC Art Club. Not sure what to bring?…

Become A Horror Movie Aficionado

Follow This Guide for a Match Made In Hell Classics: “Psycho” (1960) Quite possibly the most recognizable horror film of all time, this Alfred Hitchcock hit stars Janet Leigh opposite Anthony Perkins who debuts his infamous role of Norman Bates. An unsettling series of events surrounds one fateful night at the motel bearing his name…

Double Exposure: “The China Syndrome” (1979)

In the 1970s, disaster films were all the rage. Audiences flocked to the theaters to witness the melodramatic appeal of “Earthquake” and “Airport,” which often threw allstar casts into fantastical situations. The release of James Bridges’ “The China Syndrome,” however, presented an understated and starkly believable tale of an inner-city nuclear nightmare. Its cast of…

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