Stage Frights

Reported by Shemar McLean The Mad Mav Theatre Department is one of our premier Fine Art organizations and they are back on the stage performing in front of live audiences. Past productions have been points of conversation and many shows have been cherished by students, parents, and actors alike. This week, the Theatre Company opened…

Flicker Footnotes

Reported by Alejandro Barbosa New movies are being released this week and in the following weeks. Here’s what is coming our way. Birds Of Prey is coming out Friday, February 7th. As of now, the DC extended universe (DCEU) as made many flops such as Suicide Squad, Batman versus Superman, others but as of now…

Paying the price to be the best online

Reported by Alejandro Barbosa Online gaming is still a relatively new activity for those seeking entertainment, and that enjoyment translates into big bucks for the game manufacturers. Video game revenue in 2018 reached a new peak of $43.8 billion, up 18 percent from the previous years, surpassing the projected total global box office for the…

The Librarians Review

By Dustin Gebel What would happen if you threw Indiana Jones, Doctor Who, Supernatural and a dash of Harry Potter together? More than likely you would find TNT’s new show The Librarians. The show airs on Sundays at 8:00 p.m. and follows the story of a group of genius level individual who were once recruited…

Coming Soon to a Trailer Near You

By Dustin Gebel Trailers appear everywhere, from the pre-show activities at the theatre, to a wave of Youtube channels and even cable networks, trailers have an undeniable place in the average person’s life. To the everyday person, trailers inform when a movie will begin to premiere, and a basic premise of the film. But to…

Thoughts of AM, Performance in the PM

By Noemi Rodriguez In the midst of smoke and blinding lights, eyes stayed tied to the Arctic Monkeys’ incredible performance on October 28. Frontman Alex Turner’s infinite amount of energy lasted the entire show. Jamie Cook and Nick O’Malley picked the chords to the crowds heart leaving fans blown away; and Matt Helders’ powerful drumming…

Shut Up and Read

By Noemi Rodriguez A song title revealed by a series of pictures uploaded through Walk the Moon’s Instagram account announced their new single. In addition, an email disclosed the new tour dates. Prior to today’s fame, Walk the Moon originated from Cincinnati, Ohio. The four boys came together in 2008 with hopes for a successful…

More Than Rap: Education

By Danielle Cramberg Young people desperately seeking someone who understands them often turn to music to feel accepted. School causes genuine distress for many students enrolled, a concept Propaganda addresses in his song Bored of Education. “All I’ve learned from your system is that it’s just the system that you set up.” The focus of…

Hell is Other Movies: A Recap of Summer 2014 in Movies Part 2

By Ryan Stephens Guardians of the Galaxy did everything right that a movie starring Vin Diesel as a tree and Bradley Cooper as a talking racoon could do. James Gunn, a director more famous for writing movies from Troma, the studio that brought us The Toxic Avenger, and a gross out horror film from 2006,…

Hell is Other Movies: A Recap of Summer 2014 in Movies Part 1

By Ryan Stephens Summer blockbuster movies rarely get outside the comfort zone; profitability and creativity do not go hand in hand for this season. However, the craze for summer movies in 2014 shows that there might be a change in the notion with record lows in the box office. According to The New York Times, the…