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Gilmore Girls to Make Long-Anticipated Return

Gilmore Girls, staged in the storybook town of Stars Hollow, Connecticut, follows the story of Lorelai Gilmore, her daughter, Rory Gilmore, and their everyday drama. Lorelai Gilmore is a sarcastic, single mom, working at an inn to support her daughter, who dreams of attending Harvard. Lorelai reconnects with her well-off parents who have shunned her […]

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Harry Potter and the Dreadful Disappointment

WARNING: CONTAINS MAJOR SPOILERS I, along with most of the wizarding world, was beyond excited for the release of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Even though I knew it was a script rather than a novel, and even though I knew J.K. Rowling had some help writing it, I couldn’t wait to crack open […]

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Artemis Fowl is a Timeless Tween Novel

I can’t pretend that Eoin Colfer’s Artemis Fowl books are really recent enough to warrant a review: they were published, one a year, starting in 2001. However, I had loads of free time this weekend, so I picked up the first novel in the series, Artemis Fowl, just to see if it was really as […]

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ABC’s Scandal Beginning to Overstay Welcome

The classic ABC political thriller Scandal, which finished its fifth season in May of this year, is hanging by a thread. The show has quickly deteriorated; it is a shell of the exciting masterpiece it once was. This is not an especially new phenomenon for Scandal: signs of distress and discontent were evident in the […]

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Stranger Things is Netflix’s Next Big Thing

Stranger Things, a Netflix original TV show aired in July 2016, is a supernatural, science fiction thriller that had everyone watching on the edge of their seats.   Set in the 1980’s in the made-up town of Hawkins, Indiana, the show is about the mysterious disappearance of 12 year-old Will Byers and his friends’ and […]

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‘Florence Foster Jenkins’ Makes Audiences Weep Tears of Laughter

Meryl Streep debuts on the big screen once again, portraying real-life figure Florence Foster, a mid-twentieth century New York socialite and amateur soprano. Foster has an astounding love for music and the theater, and dreams of sharing her singing with the world, though on more than one occasion, her voice falls flat. She is a […]

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Photography Beyond Instagram

For many students, photography is not much more than casually taking a selfie and uploading it to Snapchat.   But for junior Georgia Wescott, taking pictures has been a long-time passion.   “It really started my freshman year, when I went to London for spring break,” said Wescott.  “That previous winter, I had gotten a […]

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The Final Pirouette

Anna Folger, a senior and this school year’s homecoming queen, has been doing something she loves for the past six years: dancing. Ballet, tap, jazz, and any other type of dance you can think of Folger executes. Folger is part of a highly intensive dance studio called The Dance Center at Vista Grove, and has […]

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March Madness Quiz

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Affordable Valentine’s Ideas

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