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Musical performances saved “The Oscars”

Harry Phillips, Editor-in-Chief

March 27, 2015

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On Sunday Feb. 22, comedic actor and Broadway singer Neil Patrick Harris hosted the 86th Annual Academy Awards (aka The Oscars) and made people laugh when he came out in his tight underwear, satirizing a scene from “Birdman.” Some scenes that went wrong with the Oscars were Harris’ suitcase joke, David Oyelowo’s bad...

Martin Luther King’s legacy still lives with us today

Amiah Woods, Reporter

March 6, 2015

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The historical drama film “Selma” portrays a three-month long movement in 1965, when Martin Luther King Jr. led a campaign to pass a law that prohibits discrimination in voting. The movie shows the dangerous and heroic marches and violence that surrounded by the passing of this law. “Selma” tells the true story of Dr....

“Interstellar” is out of this world

Christopher Acosta, Reporter

March 6, 2015

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The dramatic action film "Interstellar" starts with the world set in a distant future where Earth is becoming a dust bowl. The planet is becoming uninhabitable, so humans last resort is waiting in the hands of Professor Brand (Micheal Caine), a physicist who plans to send a former NASA pilot Cooper (Matthew McConaughey) to...

SpongeBob is making waves in our world

Jacob Jimenez, Asst. Entertainment Editor

February 23, 2015

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We all remember watching the adventures of that funny lovable yellow sponge and his five-pointed pink friend, Patrick. SpongeBob Squarepants is a T.V. show of our generation’s childhood, and now SpongeBob is back in his second movie called “SpongeBob Squarepants: Sponge out of water.” The movie comes out Feb. 6th. The ...

Rixton has almost no soul

Andrew Selvo, Reporter

February 20, 2015

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Rixton is a talented up-and-coming band, whose premier album, “Let the Road,” has already earned them acclaim in the pop genre, yet it is their very genre that might be what’s holding them back. Their sound is on key, their singer on point, and their tune is clear and coherent. The real question is one of taste, as...

Mockingjay, Part 1 not worth the money

Jacob Jimenez, Reporter

December 18, 2014

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”The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1” (directed by Francis Lawrence) got a brilliant rating from reviewers like IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes but for teens like me, it might be somewhat boring. The movie was released on Nov. 21 and has already made over $394 million. It made its money because of the big fan base of the “Hunger...

Enjoi the Video

Enjoi the Video

December 11, 2014

Enjoi, a skateboarding company, released their highly anticipated video, “Oververt,” Nov. 11, via...

Popular Gifts For the Holiday

Martha Velasco, Reporter

December 10, 2014

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Electronics Electronics have been the most popular gifts for the last couple of years. TVs, iPads, iPhones, Ps3s, X-box and Android phones seem to be the top selling electronics for the holidays. People camped out for these items on Black Friday, because stores had special deals. When I went shopping, I saw a lot of people ...

Dumb and Dumber To review

Jacqueline Payan, Reporter

December 10, 2014

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After 20 years since their first road trip (“Dumb and Dumber”), Lloyd Christmas (Jim Carey) and Harry Dunn (Jeff Daniels) go on a new quest to find Harry’s daughter who was given up for adoption. Throughout the trip, Harry and Lloyd overcome obstacles through the most idiotic ways possible. The film starts off directly...

A story: Horror in the desert

A story: Horror in the desert

Harry Phillips, Editor-in-Chief

November 20, 2014

Filed under Entertainment

It was a hot afternoon in October when my girlfriend Rose and I had our lives changed completely. We...

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