Carve the Mark Review

Bria Lamonica

June 5, 2017

Filed under Entertainment

Set in a futuristic world, Veronica Roth’s brand new novel Carve the Mark has taken the young adult fiction world by storm. Coming off of her New York Times Bestselling trilogy Divergent, Roth attempts to take a whole new appro...

King Kong Skull Island Review

Samantha Morad

June 5, 2017

Filed under Entertainment

Much like the Bermuda triangle, Skull island is a lost treasure, an unexplored piece of earth that Americans cannot wait to get their hands on- well at least one American. Meet Bill Radna- a scientist, an adventurer, a man...

Legacy of The Undertaker

John Mahoney

June 5, 2017

Filed under Entertainment

It was around 12:07 on Monday, April 3, 2017. I stayed up late to see the end of WrestleMania 33. It was a good show because both of the world titles were changing hands, and there was a surprise return of the Hardy Boyz after 7...

Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Review

Adrienne Brookstein

June 5, 2017

Filed under Entertainment

Colorful aliens, cheesy music, and witty love plots are definitely enough to keep an audience interested. Marvel has proven this theory to be correct numerous times, and has mastered the trait in their smash supernatural blockbuster,...

3:10 to Yuma Review – An Outstanding Western

Nick Georgoulianos, Editor

June 5, 2017

Filed under Entertainment

        3:10 to Yuma, which released in September of 2007, is a phenomenal film that is perfect for Western fanatics. The film was directed by James Mangold, and is a remake of the 1957 classic. The movie generated $14 mill...

Contemporary retelling takes success

Casey Spencer '17

May 17, 2017

Filed under Entertainment

At some point in everyone’s life, they look for their happily ever after with that special someone. It is the theme of many books, movies, and television shows. People try to portray the perfect fairytale ending in different...

The fastest man alive

Jack Cahill '17

April 27, 2017

Filed under Entertainment, Televison

Superhero movies have dominated the film industry in recent years, and are now dipping their toe into the realm of TV. One of the greatest superhero shows is The Flash. The Flash stars Grant Gustin as Barry Allen as the ligh...

A new take on the caped crusader

Jack Cahill '17

April 27, 2017

Filed under Cinema, Entertainment

Animated movies are stereotypically seen as just for kids. These movies have bright colors, kid-friendly humor, and usually don’t directly cover mature themes. Nonetheless, they are still enjoyable, even to older views. The...

Making a choice

Sam Morad

March 17, 2017

Filed under Books

Anticipating the next Nicholas Sparks novel is something most of us have felt at one time or another in our lives. Nicholas Sparks is an award-winning, famous author known all around the country as the man with the ability to...

Why Him?- Movie Review

Adrienne Brookstein '18, News Editor

March 16, 2017

Filed under Entertainment

Why Him? hit the box office one week before Christmas, and the comedy could not have been released at a better time. The film ties in a Christmas themed story alongside family dilemmas. The counteracting chaos within the plot...

Alternative Music

Cassidy Locke

March 13, 2017

Filed under Entertainment, Music, The Arts

  People are always complaining how they listen to the same six songs until they get old and then they have to find something new to listen to and the cycle repeats. Or some complain how all the music sounds the same and...

TV show yields unfortunate events

Casey Spencer '17

March 1, 2017

Filed under Entertainment

A Series of Unfortunate Events is a show that can be loved by people of all ages. During the month of January, many new television shows debuted on many different platforms across T.V. One of the many television shows debuting...

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