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Art In The Park brings together the Southwest’s artists and musicians for a three day event in downtown Flagstaff (@DowntownFlag).

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Louie’s Cupboard and The Lumberjack Experience promoted the Fill the Van Service to gain donations for students, faculty and staff struggling to afford necessary items. 

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“If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power,” the fourth album from @Halsey shows just how versatile of an artist they are while showcasing their best work.

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NAU's Lumberjack Activities Board hosted a Wood Cookie Paint Night for students to destress after their first week of classes, Aug. 27.

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Staff at The Lumberjack compiled a list of our top summer streaming shows and networks. Here’s a glimpse into what our summer consisted of.

 

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The Lumberjack takes a look at all the popular films, shows, concerts and songs that were released over summer 2021 and how they have impacted audiences. 

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This week in Hollywood brings a plethora of new music, casting news and death announcements. Here’s the latest from the entertainment industry.

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REVIEW: @DojaCat and @sza lead us to another planet with their stunning new single “Kiss Me More,” while also teasing Doja’s next album.

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REVIEW: Demi Lovato’s new single and YouTube docuseries “Dancing with the Devil” are powerful retellings of the singer’s struggle with addiction and offer fans an intimate look into her life in 2018.

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Xi Iota Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, .@naupoodles, created the fundraiser “Tutu’s, Books and Babies” to bring donations to NICU families at Flagstaff Medical Center.

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REVIEW: In her latest album, .@lanadelrey is back with “Chemtrails Over the Country Club” to lead us into a new folky experience.

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REVIEW: On music’s biggest night, many artists came out of quarantine to accept awards and give performances. However, not all of them were absolute serves.

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A look back to 2020 trends that took over during the pandemic.From food trends such as whipped coffee to the hit show “Tiger King,” and video games, these trends made a huge impact during the time of the quarantine lockdown.

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REVIEW: In the first film produced during quarantine, “Songbird” delivers an underwhelming plot with subpar acting that focuses on a fictional and mutated version of COVID-19 years from now.