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Tale as Old as Time returns to Theaters: ‘Beauty & the Beast’

Grace Brogowski, Staff Writer

May 1, 2017


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Disney has once again taken over theaters with a remake of the beloved classic Beauty & the Beast. After waiting more than a year, it finally was released March 17 and has become a huge success, making $170 million within the first weekend. It featured the classic characters such as the Beast, Lumiere, Cogsworth, Chip and Mrs. Pott....

‘13 Reasons Why’ Confronts Difficult Questions

Grace Robblee, Staff Writer

May 1, 2017


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Over the past few weeks, it seems as though everyone has been watching the Netflix series, 13 Reasons Why. In fact, the show just aired on March 31 and has already become the most tweeted-about series on Netflix. This has prompted many skeptical non-viewers to ask: What’s so special about 13 Reason...

The Lumineers: From Ramsey to Madison Square Garden

Sinead Hornak, Staff Writer

March 6, 2017


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This past February, two former Ramsey High School graduates had the opportunity of a lifetime to perform at Madison Square Garden. The students, Wesley Schulz class of 2001, lead vocalist of The Lumineers since 2005, and Jeremiah Fraites class of 2003, the percussionist for the band, both grew up in...

5 Big Wins on Super Bowl Sunday: Commercials Edition

Kunjal Kapadia and Mireille Zreik

March 5, 2017


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The Super Bowl: The most hallowed ground in all of football. Tens of thousands of people cheering in the stands and millions more at home watch their favorite teams compete head to head for the championship trophy. There is a lot of excitement on the field. But for us, the Super Bowl Sunday hype stems...

Millennium Dance Complex: Moving for a Cause

Natalia Senanayake, Entertainment Editor

March 3, 2017


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"Unity in diversity." That is the mantra that all dancers of Millennium Dance Complex eat, sleep, and breathe when learning the hottest choreography of the season. Located on Ventura Boulevard in Los Angeles, the studio trains the best dancers from all over the world through professional choreographers...

‘La La Land’: A Closer Look at the Fairytale Musical

Nicole Braun, Staff Writer

March 3, 2017


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[Warning: this review contains spoiler(s)] Consumed by a fairytale, swept away by original music, and envisioned in the streets of L.A., La La Land is an experience that entices all. After all, it did shatter records by winning 7 Golden Globes, including Best Motion Picture, and it did win 6 Oscars, ...

A Rundown of this Year’s Academy Awards

Molly Becher, Staff Writer

February 2, 2017


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Sitting down with a steaming bag of popcorn and anticipation for the one and only Leonardo Dicaprio to finally win an award can only mean one thing: it is Oscar season. Though last year finally marked the day Leo took home his first Oscar, there are plenty of surprises to look forward to at this year’s...

Ed Sheeran’s Return to the Spotlight

Grace Robblee, Staff Writer

February 2, 2017


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With an abrupt return to the music scene during the first week of January, Ed Sheeran is already giving his fans all the reason to believe that 2017 is going to be an unforgettable year. By promising a new album to drop on March 3, and releasing a few singles to keep us busy in the meantime, fans of...

The Last Loss of 2016: Mariah’s Mishap

Sarah Welsh and Kaeli Brennan

February 1, 2017


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2016 was a tragic year. We lost several beloved celebrities and had to endure one of the messiest election seasons. On New Year’s Eve, we thought we officially made it through. However, we were unfortunately wrong. In the last few minutes of the year, 2016 took its last victim and we were met with yet...

RIP Vine: Twitter Cut the Chord

Alison Saunders, Entertainment Editor

January 31, 2017


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The announcement first came in October: Twitter would be pulling the plug on its Vine video service. The popular application that boasted six second videos and created platforms for King Bach and Shawn Mendes would no longer exist in 2017. Content creators on Vine were upset to see the app go. Some were...

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