Category Archives: All Reviews

Review: One More Time Daft Punk Tribute at the Vogue

By Ripple Effect Social Magazine

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The Vogue in Broad Ripple hosted One More Time A Daft Punk Tribute last weekend. The real Daft Punk hasn’t been touring lately which gives way for this electronic tribute band to cash in on the Daft Punk success and provide fans the next best thing to seeing the real deal.

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2014 Lexus IS250 Start Up and Review 2.5 L V6

By Ripple Effect Social Magazine

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If you like Luxury with all the bells and whistles then you will need to check out the latest model of the Lexus IS250 2014. It received  a new total body makeover inside and out. I am very familiar with the older models so I had to get use to the mouse type toggling instead of the touch screen.

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Review: Iozzo’s Garden of Italy ~ Indianapolis’s Hidden Taste

By Daniel Samons ~ Ripple Effect Social Magazine 

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Iozzo’s Garden of Italy boasts one hundred year old family recipes from the southern part of Italy. Smoked Ice and Cherries for the famous “Grandma Iozzo’s Aged Manhattan,” Handmade meatballs using the secret Iozzo’s family recipe, and friendly staff that makes you feel at home. No Wonder they are part of Devour Indy going on now.

Iozzo’s remains family owned from its inception when Sanotra “Fred” Iozzo started his first restaurant in 1930 named “Naples Grill.” Naples Grill was one of Indianapolis’s first full Italian restaurants and quickly found its place in Hoosier Hearts.

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Labor Day Movie Review ~ Heart Warming And Worth Seeing ~ Starts Friday Jan 31st

By Shirley Seal

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Joyce Maynard wrote her 2009 best-seller Labor Day from the view

point of a 13-year-old boy, Henry, and it’s important to remember this while watching Jason Reitman’s film adaptation of the novel. For if you look at Labor Day as serious adult drama—forgetting that it’s a coming-of-age story, seen through the eyes of a boy naïf with raging hormones—well, you might find yourself thinking, “

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What kind of sentimental claptrap is this?”

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Disembodied, but, Oh, What a Voice Review The Movie HER

By LOGAN HILL

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Spike Jonze discusses the evolution of “Her,” the first feature that he has written and directed by himself.

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Mr. Phoenix in “Her.”

At once a brilliant conceptual gag and a deeply sincere romance, “Her” is the unlikely yet completely plausible love story about a man, who sometimes resembles a machine, and an operating system, who very much suggests a living woman. It’s set, somehow of course, in Los Angeles, that city of plastic fears and dreams, in an unspecified time in the future.

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WPGM Recommends: Eminem – The Marshall Mathers LP 2 (Album)

By Ripple Effect Social Magazine

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Marshall Mathers returns with his first solo album in three years. He couldn’t have put more expectations on the album after revealing the title as The Marshall Mathers LP 2, the sequel to one of the greatest and most influential Hip-Hop albums of all-time. The last few years have been kind to Eminem commercially, but critically it has been another story.

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Review: 30 Seconds to Mars ‘Love, Lust, Faith, and Dreams tour Indianapolis

By Ripple Effect Social Magazine 

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30 Seconds to Mars rocked Old National Centre on their latest tour ‘Love, Lust, Faith, and Dreams tour. The crowd was energized and ready for this Roller Coaster ride that some were all to familiar with already. Halfway through the second song in 30 Seconds to Mars’ set — during mega-anthem “This Is War” — Jared Leto paused and raised his hands toward the ceiling. A moment later, giant balloons rained down on the audience and the song continued.

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