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“The Resident” is a must-watch

April 20, 2018 4:01pm | Andrea Garcia

Dr. Conrad Hawkins is senior resident at Chastain Memorial Park Hospital in Atlanta. He puts first year resident Dr. Devon Pravish through hell on his first day. Pravish rises to the challenge because he knows deep down, Hawkins has a good heart. In my opinion, […]

“Bright” is a great Netflix original

April 17, 2018 3:59pm | Kaiden Loep

An interesting mix or orcs, humans, fairies and many other mythical things is what makes up the movie Bright. It’s all that you expect from a Netflix original and more. Usually Netflix originals aren’t the best because its all low budget productions, but this time […]

God’s Plan? More like Drake’s plan

April 14, 2018 11:05am | Itzel Velazquez

With little warning, Drake dropped two new songs on January 19, 2018. They are part of Drake’s new project,“Scary Hours,” the second extended-play recorded by him, and it consists of songs “God’s Plan” and “Diplomatic Immunity.” The album is about his rise and success in […]

“The Boy in Striped Pajamas” takes a hard look at WWII

April 11, 2018 8:23pm | Kaiden Loep

Bruno is a very curious nine-year-old boy that lives in Germany. Bruno was also a very innocent young boy who didn’t fully understand what was going on around him, like why he had to move, what exactly his father’s job was, or why he wasn’t […]

Hulu brings raw, award winning tv series

April 8, 2018 8:22pm | Ashley Thunderhawk

Hulu has brought us Marvel’s Runaways, 11.22.63, and many other exciting series, but one that sticks out the most is the thrilling tv show The Handmaid’s Tale. The series has won many awards from the Golden Globes to the Emmys ranging from Best Performance by […]

Cardi B and Bruno Mars Kick it Old School

April 5, 2018 8:21pm | Kaline Martinez

Bruno Mars releases a new version of his single Finesse. Bruno has chosen to add something special to his trank by collaborating with fellow chart-topper Cardi B for a remixed version of Finesse. Bruno directed the video and dedicated its inspiration to the show ‘In […]

“The Lion King” is a lifelong favorite

April 2, 2018 10:00pm | Kayla Saenz

If you have ever watched The Lion King your life is complete. The Lion King came out in 1994, and was filmed by Walt Disney Feature Animation. This film tells about Mufasa the king of The Pride Lands, and a father to his cub Simba. […]

WWII movie showcases different perspective

March 30, 2018 9:33pm | Andrea Garcia

Great Britain faces imminent threat of invasion after France falls to Adolf Hitler’s Nazi’s. The Nazi’s seem unstoppable as they advance through all of Europe without much opposition. The Brits and French have now been pushed to the beaches of Dunkirk hoping that their newly […]

Troye Sivan releases two new singles

March 27, 2018 9:18pm | Stefani Trejo

Two years after his hit album Blue Neighborhood, Troye Sivan has released two new singles My My My! and The Good Side. Both will be released in his upcoming album that is yet to be announced. My My My! has a hint of 80s influence […]

“Picking Cotton” shows a unlikely friendship formed

March 24, 2018 8:42pm | Sheri Donaldson

“I prayed for him to die.” The New York best seller, Picking Cotton is a book published in 2009 written by Erin Torneo, Jennifer Thompson-Cannino, and Ronald Cotton. The book represents an unbelievable story when one mistake can change the lives of two human beings […]