The Casa Revista

Review: UMI’s “Love Language” Tells A Story of Identity, Love, and Self-Acceptance

Review: UMI’s “Love Language” Tells A Story of Identity, Love, and Self-Acceptance

November 2, 2019

UMI has created a commendable collection of visual projects, and the EP they expand upon is fundamentally impressive.

Review: Dodie’s Human Tour

Review: Dodie’s Human Tour

October 24, 2019

Outside the entrance to the Fox Theatre, hundreds of young people holding pride flags and handmade pos...

Review: West Side Stories

Review: West Side Stories

October 24, 2019

West Side Stories was hosted by Dave and Juliet Pokorny. The venue of the October show was held at S...

Macbeth at the Phoenix

Andrew Gotshall, Reporter

October 15, 2019

A Saturday at the Phoenix theater will be anything but typical. On October 12, the Petaluma Shakespeare Company put on Macbeth directed by John Langdon. The multi-faceted experience started before one could reach the ticket booth. The grim exterior of the Phoenix at such a late start time, 8pm, was an addendum to the thrilling ...

Spider Vs. Spider

Spider Vs. Spider

October 1, 2019

Sony by Miguel Cubero In 1985, Marvel was filing for bankruptcy and it encountered a hard dilemma: ...

Drizzy Drake

Andrew Gotshall, reporter

October 1, 2019

  Aubrey Graham, Drizzy Young Angel, Wheelchair Jimmy, Francisco Mandarin Young Frank, Champagne Papi, Drizzy Hendrix, Voodoo Child, Aubz, Mr. OVOXO, Drake Griffin, Young Frankie, Geechi Liberachi, Young Sweet Jones, The Chris Paul Of This Fall, The Lebron James Of This Rap Game, Captain Hook Hookah, Mr. CTV Bottega, D...

Review: “Hyacinthus Hurricane” Represents the Romantic and the Uncomfortable

Review: “Hyacinthus Hurricane” Represents the Romantic and the Uncomfortable

May 22, 2019

“Hyacinthus Hurricane” is comprised of poems that detail the confines of the body, the heart, and the soul; WD Ballner artfully describes complex subjects including dysphoria, love, and religion.

Review: “Rage 2”

Review: “Rage 2”

May 18, 2019

The graphics and details of the world are different from any other apocalyptic game ever before. While parts of the landscape remain to be the traditional desolate brown, the saturated neon bursts of colors added life to the game, in particular during the combat: vivid explosions filled the screen, and neon lights flashed in players' eyes corresponding to health.

Review: “The Sun Is Also a Star” is Charming and Heartbreaking

Review: “The Sun Is Also a Star” is Charming and Heartbreaking

May 17, 2019

Natasha Kingsley played by Yara Shahidi and Daniel Bae played by Charles Melton, portray a love that overcomes time and circumstances on screen for “The Sun Is Also A Star.” The film...

Amy’s Drive Thru: Food Review

Amy’s Drive Thru: Food Review

May 14, 2019

Amy’s Drive Thru is a local business in Rohnert Park that focuses on vegetarian and vegan fast food — utilizing high quality, organic ingredients.

Review: “Ventura” Epitomizes Artistic Redemption, Imbues Optimism

Review: “Ventura” Epitomizes Artistic Redemption, Imbues Optimism

April 20, 2019

“Ventura,” the latest release from California-based hip-hop artist, rapper, and multi-instrumentalist Anderson .Paak stands as the fourth project in a series of city-based compositions, coming less than a year removed from the polarizing 2018 release of “Oxnard." .Paak’s newest project marks a return to his creative identity that succeeds sonically in spite of its organizational shortcomings.

Buzzfeed’s Tasty: Two-Ingredient Recipes Review

April 17, 2019

Chocolate Cake This recipe for the chocolate cake came from a collection of recipes within a Youtube ...

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