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Godzilla vs. Kong dazzles audiences, even on the small screen
by Kenneth Rosa | staff writer The original King Kong vs. Godzilla was in 1963 and was directed by Ishirō Honda, who, along with Tomoyuki Tanaka, created the first Godzilla movie in 1954. The film was released on June 3, 1963, where we see the two (More)
Theaters in San Antonio to reopen in the coming months
by Kenneth Rosa | staff writer As more businesses are slowly beginning to open throughout San Antonio, movie theaters are beginning to reopen their doors.  “I personally like it when I went," sophomore Nicolas Gutierrez said. "The staff was alw (More)
What makes something a comfort show?
by Katie Barton | staff writer Media can be a great way to bring comfort to people, but that begs the question: what makes something a comfort show? Is it nostalgia? Is it the message of the story? Or is it the sense of escapism that a piece of me (More)
Operation: Just Jalapeño— Wendy's new jalapeño chicken sandwich
by Joseph Sweeney | editor-in-chief The War on Poultry rages onwards as new competitors enter the scene. After a preemptive strike by the reigning chicken sandwich king, Chick-fil-A, major fast food companies from around the country began readying (More)
Best custom drinks at Starbucks according to TikTok
by: Monica Smith | staff writer If Starbucks is famous for one thing, it's their abundance of drinks that range from different flavored frappuccinos, teas, coffees, and so much more. Before TikTok, most people ordered the same generic drink and di (More)
Bahia Bowls, the best bowls in town!
by Chloe Jordan | tech editor A new small business has opened up in our vicinity, located near the infamous Burger King and relatively new Sprouts and HTeaO. Bahia Bowls is a delightful shop that sells a bowl similar to a smoothie, except with onl (More)
Three great TV shows with under 12 episodes
by Katie Barton | staff writer Whether it be on cable or through a streaming service, watching TV shows is what most people do in their free time. But lately it feels like every show has hundreds of episodes that drag the story on for way longer tha (More)
The future of cauliflower
There I was, participating in this game one calls capitalism, standing around as if looking for something which was clearly, visibly, in front of me. Duped like a cat chasing a laser beam, at this point in time I knew I had to buy it. The duality of (More)
New Museum Exhibit Brings Iconic Characters, Vehicles To Life
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Is coffee really worth the cost?
by Katie Barton | staff writer Coffee is a typical part of everyday life no matter what age you are. Either you drink it because you like the taste or you drink it because you like that it keeps you awake. And while coffee has it’s benefits, it de (More)
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