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Top four Thanksgiving pie picks

Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief With Thanksgiving just around the corner, the day might call for turkey and stuffing, but is never complete without a slice of pie at the end of the delicious meal. Here is a hand-picked selection of the best pies in Los Angeles that will definitely have your Thanksgiving guests coming around for […]

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Artificial flashlights

Ben Shofet, graphics editor For iPhones and Androids alike, there are the apps that collect so much of our personal information blantaly, like Facebook and Twitter. However, there is one type of apps that steal much more information, without the knowledge of their 500 users. “We’ve all become victims of installing many apps on our smartphones […]

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‘Noises Off’ announced as Fall Play

Ben Shofet, staff writer  One week after the performances of “Romeo and Juliet,” Theatre Arts Workshop Director Dr. Brad Vincent announced and casted the fall play, ‘Noises Off.’ “It’s the funniest play I’ve ever seen,” he said. “I expect this play to be an even bigger success than ‘Romeo and Juliet.’ It’s a comedy; it’s […]

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Technology steals time and focus from students

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart, staff writer Celine Rezvani, staff writer Marty Schnapp, staff writer Karen Shilyan, business manager Ben Shofet, staff writer Hunching over square metallic tablets, many of the students at Beverly have only one thing on their mind during nutrition and passing periods: social media. During passing periods, students are not doing what’s custom and stopping […]

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Uncovering the mastermind behind the Cronut

Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief The Cronut is a simple yet decadent concept, of a hybrid of a croissant and a doughnut. The pastry has quite literally taken over the food scene through social media. Pastry chef upon pastry chef have tried to recreate this delectable offering. However, the dessert mastermind behind the Cronut, Chef Dominique Ansel, […]

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Fall`s healthiest indulgences

Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief With the Fall season approaching right around the corner, here is a list of three healthy spots to satisfy Autumn cravings as we are moving toward the cooler months. Peach Cobbler at Gracias Madre 8905 Melrose Avenue Located in West Hollywood, Gracias Madre was founded by the same owners as the all […]

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Assistance for assistants: Summer internships for students staying in town this summer

As seen in the May 23 print edition Brenda Mehdian, staff writer Eunice Kim, staff writer UCLA  For those students who are interested in science and are looking for a challenge, UCLA has a variety of internships available to high school students. The Nano Science Lab is an exclusive five-day summer workshop that deals with […]

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JEM Community Center hosts Oklahoma Thunder

Braden Bochner, staff writer The Jewish Education Movement (JEM) Community Center hosted the NBA Oklahoma City Thunder for their practice sessions in preparation for game six of the Playoffs against the Los Angeles Clippers. The JEM Community Center, located in Beverly Hills, is a community center with programs for children, teens and adults. The center is home […]

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Eugene Gold: World War II veteran relflects on service, writes inspiring novel

As seen in the May 2 print edition Audrey Park, staff writer Alumnus Gene Gold (class of 1944 and Highlights managing editor) recently published a historical-fiction novel, “The Luger’s Vision,” inspired by his own experiences fighting in World War II. The book revolves around the lives of three young men: Caucasian, African-American and Japanese-American. The […]

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French culture returns at Cabaret 2014

Robert Katz, web editor-in-chief Cabaret, an annual evening celebration of all things French, brought students to the third floor cafeteria for a night of croissants, music and dancing, among other things, on May 1. The night was hosted by Corinne Carlson and opened by seniors Adar Thau and Zoe Tran, and a collection of 30 […]

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