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Anna and the French Kiss

Anna and the French Kiss

Maggie Borland, Staff Writer

January 27, 2017


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Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins is a fairy tale romance; a story that every teenage girl wants to live. Anna Oliphant is looking forward to her senior year in Atlanta. She has Bridgett, her best friend. Her almost-perfect job at Midtown Complex 14. And Toph, the beautiful boy that works at...

Split

Split

Austin Desroche, Staff Writer

January 23, 2017


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A man, Kevin Crumb, diagnosed with Dissociative identity disorder (Multiple Personality Disorder) kidnaps three teen girls in the new M. Night Shyamalan film “Split.” People living with this disorder create and live with personalities that constantly are fighting for control of the ‘light,’ which...

A Week With the Amazon Echo Dot

A Week With the Amazon Echo Dot

Shea O'Donnell, Staff Writer

January 13, 2017


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The Echo Dot brings a virtual audio assistant into your home in a smaller size, and smaller price. The original Echo Dot was only for Amazon Prime Members (you could only purchase one through the original Amazon Echo) and twice the cost of the 2nd generation. The new Dot packs a bigger punch, with more ...

Kane Chronicles is a Must Read

Kane Chronicles is a Must Read

Tia Vogtsberger, Staff Writer

November 23, 2016


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The Kane Chronicles by Rick Riordan is a three book series about Egyptian gods, humans, and mythological creatures that fight against the ominous gods of evil and their demon followers. The evil gods and demons want to plunge the world into eternal darkness and unending torture. The ones to stop this...

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: Movie Review

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: Movie Review

Emily Nina, Staff Writer

November 18, 2016


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J.K. Rowling’s book “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”, now turned movie, premiered early on Thursday, Nov. 18. Fans waited outside the theater to get a seat for the 1920’s-set film, following Newt Scamander on his mission to acquire endangered magical creatures and repopulate their species’....

A Seat at the Table

A Seat at the Table

Areha Jackson, Staff Writer

November 14, 2016


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Solange Knowles debuted her anticipated third album, A Seat at the Table on September 30, 2016. It had been 4 years since Solange had released an EP. Solange described the album as “a project on identity, empowerment, independence, grief and healing.” On Solange’s official website, she rele...

Perfect Illusion Gaga’s First Single from Joanne

Perfect Illusion Gaga’s First Single from Joanne

Isabella Azar, Editor

October 6, 2016


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On September 24th, 2016 Lady Gaga released her first single in a year, Perfect Illusion a song rumored to be about her recent separation from former Fiancé Taylor Kinney. Fans have been waiting since 2015 for new work from Gaga, her last single being “Til it Happens to you” and her last album...

The Unruly Mess I’ve Made

The Unruly Mess I’ve Made

Faith Krieger, Staff Writer

March 4, 2016


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    From what the world has seen so far, 2016 seems to be the year of album releases. From Kanye West to Future, artists seem to be competing with each other for the #1 spot on the charts. On February 26th Seattle native Ben Haggerty, known by his stage name Macklemore, dropped an album...

Beyoncé Tour; Formation

Beyoncé Tour; Formation

by Jessica Tiede, Staff Writer

March 2, 2016


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April 27 marks the opening of Beyoncé’s “The Formation World Tour” in Miami, Florida. While fans are crazed, perched at their computer trying to get the best seats, Seattle fans are patiently waiting for May 18, when the queen will grace Century Link Field. Ticket prices range from $70 to $4000...