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The Amazing Spider-Man 2

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Pat Heaney, Staff Writer

June 16, 2014


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Reviews

A couple of weeks ago on an unsuspecting Thursday, I received a text message. It read, “Hey we’re going to go see the new Spider-Man movie.” I usually refrain from going to the movies on school nights because I have homework to do, but I made an exception for this.  How could I decline seeing...

The Fault in Our Stars Frenzy

The Fault in Our Stars Frenzy

Julie Wood, Staff Writer

June 16, 2014


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Reviews

“I fell in love the way you fall asleep: slowly, and then all at once,"  is a quote from The Fault in Our Stars by the talented author John Green.  It can also describe how I feel about this amazing novel and the release of the movie which debuted in theaters on June 6. The Fault in Our Stars...

The Met Gala and a Preview of the Charles James Fashion Exhibit

The Met Gala and a Preview of the Charles James Fashion Exhibit

Nicole Van Wagenen, Staff Writer

June 16, 2014


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

The most fashionable event of the year would be known as the illustrious Metropolitan Gala.  Celebrities spend thousands upon thousands of dollars annually on elaborate gowns for this widely known event. This year, the Costume Institute issued a “white tie and decorations” dress code.  This...

Ghost Stories Review

Ghost Stories Review

Emily Nardo, Staff Writer

June 8, 2014


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Coldplay’s newest album, Ghost Stories, was released on May 19.  It features nine introspective songs and three bonus ones on the deluxe version. This is the band’s sixth album and has already topped the charts for number one album, making this their fourth consecutive chart-topping album since 20...

ABC TV Channeling Diversity

ABC TV Channeling Diversity

Annie Wang, Staff Writer

June 8, 2014


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

ABC isn’t just some television channel, but an acronym for American-Broadcasting Company, and that’s what ABC is doing—broadcasting America. In the 2014-2015 lineup for next year, the network will be presenting new shows with black, Latin, and Asian leads who will add to the diversity of the entertainment...

Divergent: Movie Review and Book Comparison

Divergent: Movie Review and Book Comparison

Julie Wood, Staff Writer

May 4, 2014


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Reviews

Divergent is not only a New York Times bestseller by Veronica Roth, but it is now a major motion picture that has become very successful in the box office making over $56 million in its opening weekend. Divergent, the first book in the trilogy, tells the story from the point of view of a teenage gi...

Fallon, Meyers: Same Faces, Different Places

Fallon, Meyers: Same Faces, Different Places

Danny Yarnall, Assistant Editor

March 25, 2014


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Uncategorized

For the those of you who are unaware, the Late Night TV landscape experienced a seismic shift a few weeks ago with longtime Tonight Show host Jay Leno stepping down to make way for Jimmy Fallon, who carved out his own corner on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon at the 12:35 time slot prior to the move. F...

Deadcat and Pandead: Helping Hand

Deadcat and Pandead: Helping Hand

Noelle Marasheski, Staff Writer and Comic Artist

March 25, 2014


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

South’s Pirates of Penzance: An Entertaining Musical Comedy

South’s Pirates of Penzance: An Entertaining Musical Comedy

Julie Wood, Staff Writer

March 25, 2014


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Student Life

The Titan Thespians having been working hard, rehearsing and preparing for the upcoming CB South musical, The Pirates of Penzance. This operetta, which is a show similar to an opera but includes spoken dialogue, is about a group of kindhearted pirates, one of whom falls in love with the daughter of a g...

Beyoncé in a New Light

Beyoncé in a New Light

Anna Erkalova, Assistant Editor

March 25, 2014


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

On December 13, Beyoncé surprised the world by releasing a fourteen track self-titled “visual album” without any marketing or previous announcements. The sudden release resulted in a shockwave; 1.2 million tweets in half a day. Made under wraps, “Lily” was the code name used to refer to...

Her: An Intelligent Social Commentary

Her: An Intelligent Social Commentary

Billy Ambrose, Staff Writer

March 25, 2014


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Reviews

I had to see this movie twice before I could fully digest it. It was just that good. With so many perfectly intertwined themes and character developments, it was a lot to think about. I even ended up rethinking the way human society works. Her, written and directed by Spike Jonze (also known for Where ...

Do You Want to Build a Snowman?: A Review of Frozen

Do You Want to Build a Snowman?: A Review of Frozen

Brianna Bannach, Staff Writer

March 12, 2014


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Reviews, Uncategorized

Frozen! It may sound cheesy, but Frozen is a truly heartwarming movie.   It is a great movie for the youngest member of the family as well as for the oldest. The animation was amazing on the big screen.  It is such a high quality film, it feels like you are in a winter wonderland while watchin...

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