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The Iconic Food Stores of NYC

Maxim Van Dorn, Journalist

April 5, 2019


Filed under Reviews

There are many different iconic restaurants around the city, and many of them are recognizable but some of them are not as much. Each restaurant, deli, or hotdog stand has different features that make them the number one spot. Whether it’s the location, size, or design of the shop, every store is dif...

“GIRL:” Maren Morris album review

“GIRL:” Maren Morris album review

Lucie Bernheim, Features Editor

March 14, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

I’m the first to praise the Nashville music scene. Especially when it’s a female artist, since they’re so underrepresented. After listening to Maren Morris’ new album, “GIRL”, I would be lying if I said I wasn’t experiencing slight disappointment. Fans and critics alike have been patiently w...

Review of “Shoplifters”: Stealing hearts while picking pockets

Review of “Shoplifters”: Stealing hearts while picking pockets

Sophie Foley

February 14, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

Stealing can take on many different guises, and can come in many different shapes and sizes. On one hand, there are the thieves who have won over generations of hearts with their kindness and heroism. Take Robin Hood, the noble, green-clad outlaw who robbed from the rich to give to the poor, or Jean Va...

I Want To Break Free: Fact-checking “Bohemian Rhapsody” and LGBT representation

I Want To Break Free: Fact-checking “Bohemian Rhapsody” and LGBT representation

J-Lynn Torres

November 30, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

When the trailer for "Bohemian Rhapsody" released, reactions were mixed. Many were ecstatic that the legendary British rock group Queen were getting a film. Others, however, voiced criticism that front-man Freddie Mercury didn’t seem to be depicted accurately. The influence of Freddie Mercury ...

Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Review

Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Review

Henry Katchuba and Jeff Lesnik

November 29, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

Call of Duty, created by Activision, is a first person shooter game that has been a fan favorite for over 15 years now. The game is designed to immerse players in a campaign where they battle in wars as though they are a soldier on the grounds.They have multiplayer where players all over the world to c...

The Thanksgiving TV binge

The Thanksgiving TV binge

Lucie Bernheim, Section Editor

November 8, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

It’s officially November. Fall weather is transitioning to winter weather, the days are getting darker, and Thanksgiving is just around the corner. It’s a holiday that many celebrate that consists of delicious food in large quantities, time spent with friends and family, and of course, a glorious four-...

Songs of the summer: 2018

Songs of the summer: 2018

Lucie Bernheim, Feature Editor

May 31, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Reviews

Summer’s approaching quickly, although the weather seems to disagree. The month of May is slipping away and summer vacation is getting closer; a time where we have the opportunity to be independent. Every year there are songs that become labeled “songs of the summer”. Before we start roadtripping, h...

On My Block: an underrated Netflix show

On My Block: an underrated Netflix show

Gabriela Lebron, Reporter

May 24, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Reviews

“On My Block”, One of the newest Netflix Originals, displays the struggles four adolescents face in a poor neighborhood in Los Angeles. It emphasizes  the stereotypes often associated with low-income communities through the lense of four high school students. Although this show discusses serious issues,...

“Freaks and Geeks:” The New Generation

“Freaks and Geeks:” The New Generation

Lucie Bernheim, Features Editor

May 10, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

In 1999, NBC debuted "Freaks and Geeks"- a different perspective on growing up in the 1980s that was as funny as it was thought-provoking. The most refreshing part about the show was that it wasn’t aimed at anyone in particular. Adults have watched it and loved it as well as teens. It’s very ...

Review of “Isle of Dogs”: When animal rivalry becomes lethal

Review of “Isle of Dogs”: When animal rivalry becomes lethal

Sophie Foley

April 10, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

Widely argued in elementary schools and among seven-year-olds, but also able to spark a heated debate among an older crowd, is the question of cats versus dogs. Which species is more companionable? Smarter? Purposeful? Which species is better, overall? The spectacularly toxic relationships that t...

Review of “The Shape of Water,” a wonderful watery world

Review of “The Shape of Water,” a wonderful watery world

Sophie Foley

March 27, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

Picture a dark corridor in an old apartment building. The hallway opens into a modest space, very quaint, and the camera focuses in on a deep emerald green sofa. It’s murky and dark, and at first glance there appears to be a woman sleeping peacefully on the couch in a silk nightgown. Nothing un...

TV Show Creation: A module worth taking

TV Show Creation: A module worth taking

Shamsul Hasan Chowdhury, Copy Editor

March 26, 2018


Filed under Reviews

Lights, Camera, Action! Writers are furiously writing and not running out of ideas; new ideas sparking every given moment; cameramen are discovering different new angles; directors are laying out the instructions for everyone; actors are following the directions they are given. That is a typical day...

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