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(Left to right) John Mernick, Tim O’Keefe, Joe Frezza and Jamie Mernick perform on stage during the music festival. | Photo by...

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Entertainment Editor

Kayla Michaud
I’m doing this because I honestly think that by working for The Good Five Cent Cigar you receive a stronger more well rounded journalism education at URI. I’m here to put all my effort into learning more about the journalism field and acquiring the skills needed to be a journalist. While being an editor is a challenge, it’s a challenge I accept because while I’m constantly learning new ways to help reporters it’s also a position that helps myself identify what I can personally improve on. The position also helps me gain team building skills from working on a production team.
All acts were performed in a different language and incorporated cultural components Brianna Perna (left) and Jessica Janus (right) perform an ASL Gloss to Sam Smith’s “Lay Me Down.” Photo by Anna Meassick. Last Friday the department of modern and classical languages and literature held their third annual Languages Got Talent...
Keith Brown (right) interviewed Joshua Peck (left) about his life and career to a full house Tuesday night. |Photo by Grace DeSanti. On Tuesday, Josh Peck, who is most famous for his role Josh Nichols in the Nickelodeon show "Drake and Josh," brought major nostalgia to the University of Rhode Island when he came...
Eugene Mirman (left) and H. John Benjamin (right) brought comedy and life advice to the stage for spring fest. | Photo by James McIntosh. On Sunday, April 14, two “Bob’s Burgers” voice actors, H. John Benjamin and Eugene Mirman gave students and community members an hour full of comedic relief and life advice.
Photo courtesy of IGN. When “Iron Man” came out in 2008, nobody had any clue that it would be the first step into the richest Hollywood franchise ever. According to Forbes, across 21 films up to this point, the movies have grossed a combined $18.5 billion. It doesn't matter if the action is...
Photo courtesy of IGN. Ten years. Twenty-two movies. More than 1 billion fans all around the world. The true marvel here is how not a single soul knows anything about the biggest movie of all time: “Avengers: Endgame.” Naturally, everyone comes up with the most ridiculous predictions and theories about the movie. Though it...