Read the book first

Taylor McLamb, Staff Writer

February 3, 2012

Literature seems to be continuously appearing on the big screen, morphing our favorite stories into a publicized Hollywood film that we can actually see before our eyes and not just inside of our heads while we’re reading the...

Getting ready for the Oscars

Garrett Lemery, Entertainment Editor

January 18, 2012

We’re closing in on a year since The King’s Speech took home the award for Best Picture at the Academy Awards. Which means it’s also been a year since movie theaters across the nation were packed nearly ever weekend due to t...

Does The Bachelor really work?

Marisa Palumbo, Features Editor

January 17, 2012

New year, new seasons.  The Bachelor is on again.  People just watch it for the drama and to see how crazy women act when they are fighting for a guy.  It’s hard to believe that you can find love in a situation like The Bach...

The one that got away

Erin Wronka, Editor-in-Chief

January 12, 2012

           Known for singing what’s on her mind and what emotions lead her life, pop artist Katy Perry now has even more to express. In the past few weeks, the chart-topping artist has made headlines regarding the...

More Disney films to come to theaters

Taylor McLamb, Staff Writer

January 11, 2012

Disney movies are immortal and will be loved from generation to generation. The elaborate animation and beautifully created stories are fun to share with your kids like your parents had shown to you. The VHS tapes have now converted...

Taylor Swift > Homecoming

Erin Wronka, Editor-in-chief

November 18, 2011

Country-pop sensation Taylor Swift has had quite the week. At the CMA Awards on November 9, Swift brought home the ultimate award: Entertainer of the Year. While her success in the music industry is obvious, it was a surprise...

The legacy of classic movies

Garrett Lemery, Entertainment Editor

November 16, 2011

Earlier last week, I was making my way through Target when I stumbled upon a $5.00 movie that I had seen previous times while going through the store. So I called my mom and asked her if Ryan O’ Neal’s performance in Love Sto...

LDS preview

Matty Fox, Advertising Manager

November 16, 2011

The long awaited, highly anticipated concert, Last Damn Show, has finally arrived.  This annual show presented by local radio station Wild 94.1 is coming to Tampa once again.  It has been extremely successful and has grown...

Jingle Ball lineup sure to please FLZ fans

Erin Wronka, Editor-in-Chief

November 11, 2011

The holiday season brings us some of the most festive events of the whole year and hit radio station 93.3 FLZ has followed this lead once again. Two years ago, the Top 40 station introduced its first Jingle Ball concert event...

Scream vs. Horror

Thomas Iacobucci, Staff Writer

October 25, 2011

Howl-O-Scream and Halloween Horror Nights are two great Halloween events, but is one better than the other?             Howl-O-Scream and Halloween Horror Nights are by far the two biggest Halloween attractions that...

It’s back

Erin Wronka, Editor-in-Chief

October 25, 2011

-The fourth movie in the Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn Part I, makes its way into theaters on November 18.                 Two years ago, it was nearly impossible to not come across Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinso...

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. ...