Author Archives: Josh Kasoff

Josh Kasoff

About Josh Kasoff

Josh Kasoff is a proud alum of The University of North Texas living in East Dallas with his 2 close friends and a hilariously awkward Great Dane. During his time interning at Disney World, he developed a deep interest and love of all things original and foreign. He is currently working on his manuscript and enjoys vegetarian cooking, songwriting, food festivals, alternative music concerts and dogs of all kinds. Josh reports on arts and entertainment news stories for MUIPR. Follow him on Twitter, @CaptainKasoff.

A Controversial Punishment: Chemical Castration in Oklahoma

A Controversial Punishment: Chemical Castration in Oklahoma

This past year’s news cycles have been dominated with more stories of sexual assault, harassment and misconduct than anyone thought previously possible. Influential people across almost every industry segment have been implicated in stories of harrowing assault and misdeeds. Whether it were the atrocities committed by brave individuals by men of power like Harvey Weinstein… Read More

A Well-Earned Farewell: Music Legend Elton John Announces Farewell Tour

Poster of the Elton John Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour

In the glamorous and globe-trotting life of a musician, going on tour is often as memorable as making the music itself. Particularly for legendary musicians that have amassed a worldwide following, traveling across the globe and playing their music for their fans is a must.   Depending on the popularity of the musician, music tours could… Read More

No Longer The King: Budweiser No Longer Considered One of America’s Three Favorite Beers

An image of Budweiser

When it comes to things that are stereotypical yet proud characteristics of The United States of America, one important staple worth discussing beyond apple pie and baseball is the love of Budweiser. Whether it’s because of their partnership with The National Football League or that some of their cans have the American flag on them, there’s… Read More

#OscarsSoDiverse: 2018 Oscar Nominations Include Great Diversity As Opposed to Previous Years

An image of Jimmy Kimmel holding an oscar

First aired in 1953, The Academy Awards are an excellent showcase of quality films aired throughout the year prior, which blew both audiences and critics away for reasons such as groundbreaking cinematography, incredible acting performances, heart wrenching and relatable plots. It’s a night where top “A list” celebrities all: don the most expensive couture outfit,… Read More

A New Dawn, A New Donut: Dunkin Donuts Opens New Concept Store in Quincy, Massachusetts

An image of a barrister at the new dunkin donuts concept store in Massachusetts

With the restaurant industry constantly evolving, countless restaurant chains may end up adapting to the change by trying a variety of options such as new policies and items on the menus, new concepts and designs within the restaurant and integration with mobile technology for the tech-obsessed customers — or in the case of Verts Mediterranean… Read More