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Review: House at the End of the Street

Review: House at the End of the Street

Nikki R., Reporter

October 16, 2012

Going into the theatre, expectations were high for the award-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence in her lead role of “Elissa” in the new horror movie, House at the End of the Street. Lawrence’s convincing role as a typical teenager in a new neighborhood sells instantly, as she falls for her neig...

Top 10 Summer Songs

Francesca M., Reporter

October 16, 2012

This past summer was filled with a variety of music that was impossible to get out of your head. Whether at the beach, in your room, or driving in the car with the windows down, you couldn’t help but sing along. These songs were the most heard on the radio and the highest selling songs on iTunes be...

New Hit Series: Go On

New Hit Series: Go On

Isabel D., Reporter

October 10, 2012

With the final seasons of The Office and 30 Rock premiering, NBC aired the new hit comedy-drama Go On, starring Matthew Perry. The former Friends star plays Ryan King, the sports-radio host of “The Ryan King Show.” After his wife dies, Ryan is forced to take some time off of work to join a supp...

Sugarland Performs at Delaware State Fair

Sugarland Performs at Delaware State Fair

Rachael M., Reporter

September 27, 2012

On July 21st, 2012, in Harrington, Delaware Sugarland, on their In Your Hands Tour, made a stop at the Delaware State Fair. Performing for the first time in Delaware, the jaw-dropping vocal range of Jennifer Nettles and the amazing acoustics of Kristian Bush put on a fantastic and entertaining show. Openi...

Review: The Dark Knight Rises

Review: The Dark Knight Rises

Lawren D., Editor

September 20, 2012

Batman has been a story told throughout generations.  The legend has recently been continued through the film, “The Dark Knight Rises.”  At the start of the movie, Bruce Wayne is still staying away from being Batman.  He was blamed for Harvey Dent’s crimes eight years earlier, and therefore...

#1 Hit of the Summer: “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen

#1 Hit of the Summer: “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen

Nikki R., Reporter

September 13, 2012

Idol Beginnings      Five years ago, Carly Rae Jepsen was a 21 year-old-girl from Mission, British Columbia, trying to chase her dreams. She came one step closer when she finished in third place in Canadian Idol. Jepsen mentioned the singing competition when she said, “On Season 5, I ended up be...

Foster the People takes on The Mann

Foster the People takes on The Mann

Angelina M., Reporter

September 13, 2012

Three years ago, Foster the People was unknown and just discovering themselves, and now they are sell outs for a show of fourteen thousand loving fans. Three months ago on June fourteenth, the indie electronica-influenced pop/rock band Foster the People, known for their hit single “Pumped Up Kicks,” put on a phenom...

American Idol Season 11 Review

American Idol Season 11 Review

Abby S., with Emma L.

May 31, 2012

American Idol kicked off its 11th season this year with the traditional line-up: auditions, Hollywood week, then live shows. Breaking tradition, there was a top 13 instead of a top 12. The judges brought back contestant, Jermaine Jones to sing in the live shows, but he was eliminated shortly after. The...

Summer Concerts

Summer Concerts

Emma L., Reporter

May 22, 2012

Concerts are the perfect opportunity to celebrate something so influential to this generation. They allow us to watch  our celebrity role models, do what they do best: sing. Concerts are a place to let loose  and have a good time. Somewhere where you can sing along even though you are off key. A place...

Review: Titanic 3D

Review: Titanic 3D

Sarah T., Reporter

May 15, 2012

Based on the true story of its doomed voyage across the Atlantic, The Titanic has proved to be one of the highest-grossing movies of all time. During the 3 hour movie, the audience is enthralled by the star-crossed lover plot whilst they get a glimpse into the horror the passengers of The Titanic ...

The Hunger Games Movie Review

The Hunger Games Movie Review

Alexis F., Reporter

May 10, 2012

On Friday, March 23rd, The Hunger Games made history in the box offices. The book turned movie made a staggering $59.3 million dollars, and ended the opening weekend with an overall $214 million dollars. The movie critics are expecting it to make much more as it continues to attract a wider audience...

Book Review: Sarah’s Key

Book Review: Sarah’s Key

Lawren D., Reporter

May 10, 2012

I recently read a thought-provoking and entertaining novel, Sarah’s Key, authored by Tatiana de Rosnay.  Sarah’s Key is a page turner full of history, drama, and surprises.  The novel starts out in Paris, France, in the year 1942.  A young Jewish girl, Sarah, and her family are living during the...

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