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Gomez’s passion shines through on new release

November 19, 2019 2:26pm | Jazlynn Early

“Lose You to Love Me,” the lead single from Selena Gomez’s upcoming third album, is a lyrical hit that sings the song of self-love and bouncing back from toxic relationships. Released on Oct. 23, “Lose You to Love Me” is already No. 1 on the […]

High school teacher writes stunning novel

November 16, 2019 2:20pm | Jasmyne McAlpine

The Reapers are the Angels is the debut novel of high school English teacher Alden Bell. It is a beautifully-written vision of humanity that may soon be considered as a classic within its genre. Mature for her age and completely on her own, Temple is […]

“All American” great for football lovers

November 14, 2019 11:07pm | Ashlyn Carrillo

All American, a television series also on Netflix, premiered on October 10, 2018, with a new season premiering this fall. New episodes air Mondays on the CW channel. Season 2 is not yet on Netflix, but will be in 2020. All American is all about […]

“Angel has Fallen” is worth the watch

November 11, 2019 11:06pm | Sherlynn Rodriguez

Secret Service Agent Mike Banning, played by Gerad Butler, is accused of an attempted assassination on U.S. President Allan Trumbull. After escaping from his guards and captors, Mike must avoid the FBI and police to find the real threat towards the president. He soon turns […]

There’s an app for that …

November 9, 2019 10:57am | Itzel Velazquez

Death? There is an app for that   5…4…3…2…1  A horror/thriller film, Countdown, is about an app where an individual finds out the exact moment they die. The app is stumbled upon by a group of college kids, and as they open the app they find […]

Billie Eilish hits perfect note

November 8, 2019 10:24am | Ashlyn Carrillo

Billie Eilish, a young and very talented artist, released a new album on March 29: When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go. The album contains 14 songs; four of those were released before the album. All the songs were recorded in her brother […]

Maze Runner Trilogy makes good sci-fi choice

November 5, 2019 10:21am | Sherlyn Rodriguez

The world has been hit with a solar flare that has wiped out nearly everyone on it, and the flare, an incurable virus, has affected the survivors. WICKED (World in Catastrophe: Killzone Department) sent a group of teenage boys inside a maze to use them […]

Beabadoobee releases new EP

November 3, 2019 2:11pm | Jazlynn Early

Bea Kristi, better known by her stage name Beabadoobee, takes her fans across her sonic solar system with her new EP, Space Cadet. The 19-year-old indie artist released her new music on Oct. 14, 2019. The five-song record radiates 90’s grunge vibes, with a modern-day […]

Finding a family means finding the truth

October 31, 2019 2:02pm | Sherlynn Rodriguez

After visiting family for Thanksgiving, a father, mother, and daughter take a quick stop at a gas station. While they are there, an accident occurs and they are quickly rushed to the closest hospital. Later, mother and daughter end up disappearing in the emergency room […]

“Vincent and Theo” shows true inspiration

October 29, 2019 2:00pm | Jasmyne McAlpine

History can sometimes be just a lifeless and boring sequence of events, even the history of such a supposedly-inspiring subject as art. However, when those events are brought to life by people’s experiences of that time, the living conditions and feelings rather than just a […]