Interview with ‘Scandal’ star Scott Foley on the ‘#iHeartMyDog’ campaign

Interview with ‘Scandal’ star Scott Foley on the ‘#iHeartMyDog’ campaign

Jon Fisher, Contributing Writer
May 24, 2015
Filed under Features

Last week, RMU Sentry Media was able to talk with Scott Foley, Scandal actor, about a new social media campaign that's going viral, the "#iHeartMyDog" campaign. Q: The "#iHeartMyDog" campaign, tell me how this got started and what it means to you to do something so profound on the dog-lovers com... Read more »

Best cup of joe for RMU students

Best cup of joe for RMU students

Dylan McKenna and Paul Wintruba
January 27, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Top Stories

Coffee: the driving force behind a college students hectic life. If you’re a coffee connoisseur, then chances are you look for quality over price and convenience. But for some of us, those two things make a difference. So we decided to drive up and down University Boulevard and find the best cup... Read more »

Mr. Twilight Zone

Mr. Twilight Zone

Mike Funyak, Lifestyles Contributor
November 7, 2014
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features

Renowned television writer, producer, host, narrator, and creator of the classic science fiction show, The Twilight Zone, Rod Serling once said he only wanted to be remembered as a writer. Before his death in 1975, Serling became known as a creative genius for his work. After his death, his status a... Read more »

The iPhone 6 and Apple Watch: Keynote Recap

The iPhone 6 and Apple Watch: Keynote Recap

Dylan McKenna, Technology Reporter
September 9, 2014
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Technically Speaking, Top Stories

Apple CEO Tim Cook presented more than just a bigger iPhone at the Flint Center for Performing Arts in Cupertino, CA today. Keynote highlights including the unveiling of 2 new iPhones, a whole new way to pay for products both in the store and online, as well as a smart watch dubbed Apple Watch, all capped... Read more »

Comedy loses a legend: Robin Williams 1951-2014

Comedy loses a legend: Robin Williams 1951-2014

Matt Merlino, Assistant News Editor
August 11, 2014
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Laugh Out Loud, Lifestyles, Top Stories

Earlier today it was revealed that legendary comedian and Academy Award winning actor Robin Williams was found dead in his home at the age of 63. Though it has not been officially confirmed, it is believed that Williams committed suicide after suffering from depression. Williams was nominated for... Read more »

“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”: A hollow shell of a movie

“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”: A hollow shell of a movie

Eddie Sheehy, Lifestyles Editor
August 6, 2014
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Columns, Features, Lifestyles, Out Of My Element, Top Stories

I'm going to start off this article by clearing the air right up front. By no means am I, or have I ever been a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fan, so before everyone jumps down my throat for being just another pissed off superfan, I will assure you that I am not. If I'm being honest with everyone, this... Read more »

“Into The Storm”: 100% chance of tornados and enjoyment?

“Into The Storm”: 100% chance of tornados and enjoyment?

Eddie Sheehy, Lifestyles Editor
August 5, 2014
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Columns, Features, Lifestyles, Out Of My Element, Top Stories

Opening this Friday, August 8th in theaters everywhere is the pulse pounding natural disaster flick “Into The Storm.” Helmed as a modernized “Twister” told through a found footage, documentary style, “Into The Storm” is a surprisingly enjoyable feature. The stories content is simplistic... Read more »

“Dawn of the Planet of the Apes:” A wonderful nod to the franchises history

“Dawn of the Planet of the Apes:” A wonderful nod to the franchises history

Eddie Sheehy, Lifestyles Editor
July 13, 2014
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Columns, Features, Lifestyles, Out Of My Element, Top Stories

A few months ago I made an entry into my column “Out of My Element” featuring the 1968 classic movie, “The Planet of the Apes.” In it, I described in great detail my love of the “Planet of the Apes” series (to read it, click here). The latest entry into the film series, “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” released over this ... Read more »

Paul McCartney Rocks The Burgh

Paul McCartney Rocks The Burgh

Mike Funyak, Lifestyles Contributor
July 9, 2014
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Lifestyles, Music, Top Stories

It has been 50 years since the Beatles performed at the former Civic Arena.  For many Beatle or Paul McCartney fans, it was feared Sir Paul would never return to Pittsburgh, until 2010 when he played two concerts to open the then new Consol Energy Center. Pittsburgh fans were given another chance... Read more »

“Tammy” is more of the same for Melissa McCarthy

“Tammy” is more of the same for Melissa McCarthy

Eddie Sheehy, Lifestyles Editor
July 7, 2014
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Lifestyles, Out Of My Element, Top Stories

When I first saw the trailer for “Tammy,” one thing crossed my mind. Does Melissa McCarthy play the same character in every single movie? You know what I’m talking about. She’s a big girl with a big personality who wears T-shirts and sweatpants and who, despite what she might think, actually... Read more »