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Owen Wilson, Timothée Chalamet and Adrien Brody are some of the stars of Wes Andersons newest star-studded feature.

“The French Dispatch” Preview: A Nonlinear Voyage

By Cooper Hamann, Staff Writer October 8, 2021

On Oct. 22, 2021, “The French Dispatch” will be coming out in theaters nationwide. This will be the 10th feature film by acclaimed director Wes Anderson, and the trailer of the movie reveals one of...

Lorde released Solar Power, her latest album, on Aug. 20, 2021 with sunny, beach-themed promotional photos to accompany it

“Solar Power” Review: like a splash of sunshine on a rainy day

By Kaya Simcoe, Staff Writer September 29, 2021

"Solar Power" is Lorde’s third studio album, and it delivers everything the sunny title suggests. Having never listened to Lorde much before, I went into my listening with low expectations. To my surprise,...

One of Nathan Sawayas pieces from the exhibit: an orca made entirely out of Legos.

The Lego Art of the Brick Exhibit

By Skyler Martin, Arts Editor September 21, 2021
A beautiful exhibit at the Los Angeles Science Center showcases artist Nathan Sawaya’s amazing creations.
Matt Damon portrays Bill Baker, an out-of-work oil rigger, in Tom McCarthys new thriller Stillwater

“Stillwater” review: Matt Damon’s new indie disappoints

By Leila Kohn, Reviews Editor September 2, 2021
A misdone, midwestern epic in a post-Trump world
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Olivia Rodrigo’s album “SOUR”—a mix of reflection, sadness and heart-wrenching lyrics

By Kaya Simcoe, Staff Writer June 9, 2021

I sit on the edge of my seat. No, literally, I do. I am shaking and sweaty, and I haven’t moved at all in the last five minutes. It’s 8:59 p.m., Just 20 seconds until the release of Olivia Rodrgio’s...

The boy group BTS has been one of few K-pop artists releasing pandemic-inspired content in the past year

BE: a review of BTS’s quarantine album

By Lucia Caliri, Staff Writer May 12, 2021
As the end of the pandemic is near, BTS’s album BE shows us it’s important to look forward towards a brighter future
Black and white news print with the word Moxie written over it in bright red.

Moxie Review: a movie lacking in moxie

By Olivia Lyons, A&E Editor April 20, 2021

This article contains spoilers and trigger warnings for mentioning rape. Netflix released a new teen drama film titled "Moxie" on Mar. 3, 2021. The film was based on a book of the same name written...

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The Batman Animated Series: A look back at the Caped Crusader’s cartoon collection

By Matthew Hagan, Reviews Editor April 1, 2021

When you get right down to it, Batman is more or less the ultimate teenage fantasy. He got money, an awesome car, is in peak physical and mental shape, has an on and off relationship with a cat burglar...

A boy on a collage that says My Sixth Grade Brother Reviews Wandavision with handwriting in the background

“WandaVision” review by a sixth grader

By Skyler Martin and Ben Martin March 23, 2021

Marvel Studios’ new TV show WandaVision is a mysterious Disney+ series that will leave you wanting more. The first two episodes aired on Jan.15, and they were all released by Mar. 5.  This storyline...

Judas and The Black Messiah Review: The Other Black Panther Movie

By Matthew Hagan, Reviews Editor March 2, 2021

You know, something that I’ve noticed is that, during Black History Month, we don’t always get a lot of movies about historical events relating to African American history. But this year, that doesn’t...

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