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Civil War Movie Review

Rene Torres, Reporter

June 3

Filed under Entertainment

The film boasts a decidedly non-cartoonish plot and courage for exploring thought-provoking themes like mind control and deaths of innocent citizens.

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Book Recommendations Part 2

Cristina Moreno, Reporter

June 2

Filed under Entertainment

Finding a good book is hard sometimes because they don’t always catch your attention. These are some books I personally liked and recommend.

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Crunchy Lemonade

Bella Smith, Reporter

May 10

Filed under Entertainment

On April 23rd, Beyonce released her sixth studio album “Lemonade”.

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Mystery Dinner

Mystery Dinner

May 3

On the night of April 22, “Her Lips are Sealed”, debuted in the school cafeteria as a mystery dinner.

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Zootopia

Zootopia

Cristina Moreno, Entertainment Reporter

March 30

Filed under Entertainment

I really recommend this movie because it’s entertaining and teaches a thoughtful message.

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Canadian Artist on the Rise

Canadian Artist on the Rise

Yesenia Vargas, Assistant Entertainment Editor

March 30

Filed under Entertainment

Canadian singer-songwriter Ruth Berhe, known as Ruth B, started her career by posting covers on Vine. One simple six-second video ended up providing her with a giant following. Social media is now an outlet to help people become whatever they want. Internet bloggers like Casper Lee or Jenna Marbles post videos about their life on YouTube, while others use applications like Vine to post funny or singing...

T.L.O.P.

T.L.O.P.

Rene Torres, Entertainment Reporter

March 30

Filed under Entertainment

Overall, West has done it again, creating a masterpiece that introduces gospel beats, and new collaborations of the rap genre which created an amazing album.

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Deadpool Review

Rene Torres, Reporter

March 2

Filed under Entertainment

Deadpool's return to the big screen is the year's biggest redemption of a character who was rightfully portrayed by Ryan Reynolds.

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A Race Against time in Benghazi

Jacob Jimenez, Entertainment Editor

February 29

Filed under Entertainment

“13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi” is the newest movie by the famous director Michael Bay, known for The Transformers films. The movie is based on true events that happened in 2012. A group of U.S. mercenaries fight for their lives against a cruel group of Islamic jihadists. The movie focuses on a team of mercenaries made up of ex-Marines, Army Rangers, and Navy Seals. They are stationed in an undercover C.I.A. base in Benghazi, Libya that no one knows about. The C.I.A. helps diplomats and operatives in the city. U.S. ambassador Chris Stevens (Matt Letscher) comes to talk to the locals to turn Libya into...

T.L.O.P is the Album of the Year?

T.L.O.P is the Album of the Year?

February 29

“T.L.O.P.,” formerly titled “Swish,” is the upcoming seventh album by rapper Kanye West. It is scheduled to be released Feb. 11 by G.O.O.D. music and Def Jam Recordings. West is no stranger to the concept of a chaptered narrative. His recent twitter upload revealed that T.L.O.P. will be defined by three dividing acts. He’s done a similar concept to his first wave of albums, “The College...

Brothers-In-Law are back in Business

Leslie Lopez, Reporter

February 29

Filed under Entertainment

The starring actors of the first “Ride Along” movie came back to the theater in the blockbuster action-comedy “Ride Along 2.” The Ride Along sequel with star Ice Cube takes place a year after the events of the first movie. Ben (Kevin Hart) has become a rookie police officer and now wants to become a police detective, but no one believes he has the potential. His wedding to marry Angela (Tika Sumpter) is approaching. Lt. Brooks (Bruce McGill) assigns Angela’s brother, James (Ice Cube), to Miami to find the boss of a drug dealer. James takes Ben with him to Miami to prove he can’t be a detective because...

Coachella 2016

Coachella 2016

February 19

Coachella, an annual music and arts festival held in Indio, Calif. features many genres of music, including rock, indie, hip-hop and electronic dance music, as well as art installations and sculptures. Several stages continuously host live music through the three separate weekends in April. This year’s headlining artists include Guns N’ Roses, Calvin Harris, Zedd, Ice Cube, CHVRCHES, Cold War...

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