Winter the Dolphin

Alexus Palazzo, Staff Writer

October 18, 2011

            If you haven’t seen Dolphin Tale, a movie about an injured dolphin that had to get its tail removed, survived with a prosthetic tail, and began a wonderful friendship with a boy named Sawyer, you should. ...

The death of good songs

Garrett Lemery, Entertainment Editor

October 7, 2011

Driving to school while attempting to prepare myself for the long day ahead of me, I flip the radio to 93.3, and LMFAO’s “Party Rock Anthem” begins playing through the speakers. Weary of this tune, I flip to 101.5 and The...

The lost glamour of award shows

Garrett Lemery, Entertainment Editor

September 26, 2011

            On Sunday, September 18, roughly 12.4 million Americans tuned into the 63rd annual Emmy Awards, an 8% drop from the previous year. A probable cause for this decrease? It could be the boredom from watching t...

Halloween Horror Nights 21

Alexus Palazzo, Staff Writer

September 19, 2011

If you haven’t seen the commercials yet, the theme for this year’s Halloween Horror Nights 21 at Universal Studios is Casino Night. They say, “Be careful what you wager when you play with Lady Luck.” The park is transforming...

Gaga shocks all

Marisa Palumbo, Features Editor

September 6, 2011

Lady Gaga is known to be crazy and wild.  You never know what she will wear in public or dress like when she performs.  She keeps everyone wondering and always does and wears the unexpected.  Last year at the MTV music awards...

A decade of Idol

Erin Cole, Sports Editor

May 27, 2011

The hit television show American Idol took off in 2002, naming ten winners so far and jumpstarting their singing career.             One of today’s most popular reality T.V. shows still continues to stay strong...

The queen of daytime TV says goodbye after 25 years.

Taylor Rowland, Staff Writer

May 25, 2011

Everyone's mother at one time or another has tuned in to the Oprah Winfrey Show. She has ruled  daytime TV ever since her show first aired in 1986. Her show has been so popular over the years because she has had such a variet...

Crazy celebrities

Erin Cole, Sports Editor

May 16, 2011

Celebrities have been carefully watched by the public for decades. From countless interviews to paparazzi hiding behind every corner just to catch a quick picture of stars, people will never cease to be interested- sometimes even...

It’s all fun and games (or is it?)

Cole Krug, Staff Writer

May 16, 2011

You’ve gotten three stars on every level in Angry Birds on it. You’ve beat your high score again and again on Doodlejump. You’ve been addicted to Tiny Wings before Words had Friends. Maybe you’ve even Cut the Rope or become...

A night of outrageous fantasy, fashion, and fans

Garrett Lemery, Staff Writer

May 12, 2011

We arrived at 5:30 p.m. Even though the concert was hours away, we knew the people watching would be half of the entertainment. Soon enough, the chaos of fan-gear arrived. Notoriously known for her gay following, guests weren’t...

From smart phones to silver screen: Angry Birds: the movie

Cole Krug, Staff Writer

May 2, 2011

First it was a game. In less than 12 months, it took the world by storm, selling over 50 million copies worldwide. But that just wasn’t enough. Its addictive nature, cute characters, and sleek graphics pushed this virtual phenomenon...

Here come the Royals

Garrett Lemery, Staff Writer

April 29, 2011

It feels like just yesterday when Americans held their breath as Prince William of England slid the engagement ring upon Kate Middleton’s ring finger. Bliss would be the one adjective to describe the mood of everyone when the...

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