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Many mysteries to be solved with ‘Sherlock’

Marguerite Alberts, Staff Writer On Sunday May 6, BBC’s “Sherlock” started off its second season with a bang. Each season contains three episodes that are an hour and a half each. With this season comes new cases, new characters, and new keys to the mystery that is Sherlock Holmes himself. Unlike the recent Sherlock Holmes […]

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The Avengers assembles, loads and launches

Kevin Park, staff writer Having worked for more than five years just for this humongous project, Marvel Studios finally launched the most anticipated movie that it has ever produced on May 4 in the United States. The movie’s quality and fans’ satisfaction for the movie “The Avengers,” have been proved globally, making $414.8 million worldwide […]

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Hulu Plus rises

Kevin Park, Staff Writer Check out Marguerite Alberts’s opposing article on Netflix As a result of recent IT companies’ efforts to bring a more friendly entertainment media into the home, numerous streaming services have emerged and slowly begun to replace the old cable TV services. In this internet dynasty, many companies have jumped into this […]

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Netflix reigns supreme

Marguerite Alberts, Staff Writer Check out Kevin Park’s opposing article on HuluPlu With the development of tablets and other portable devices, television companies have come out with their own on-demand viewing programs such as HBOGo, Hulu Plus, Amazon Prime and others. However, Netflix still remains supreme. Netflix has hundreds of different television shows and movies […]

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‘The Lucky One’ strikes gold

By Julia Waldow, Print Arts & Style Editor Zac Efron has certainly come a long way from his shaggy-haired, prom-filled, toe-tapping days of “High School Musical” on Disney Channel.  In his new film “The Lucky One,” Efron demonstrates that he has no difficulty abandoning his teenage past and stepping into more mature and dramatic roles. The […]

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Menchie’s takes yogurt to a new level

Parmis Sahrapima, Web Co-Editor-in-Chief Menchie’s might be just another yogurt shop, but its unique way of delivering yogurt to its customers gives it a quality far different from other yogurt shops. Menchie’s offers a unique system that allows customers to mix and swirl their own flavors together and to pick as many toppings as they […]

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Billy Elliot fails to dance to the top

The London-originated play that was based on the movie, “Billy Elliot” takes place in the 1980s with late Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s fight with the National Union of Miners (NUM). The NUM’s response was a strike from 1984-1985. Alongside the topic of the strike, there are plenty of other issues that are addressed in the […]

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Coachella’s second weekend has few new surprises

Zachary Fouladian, Staff Writer Many students took advantage of spring break coinciding with Coachella’s first weekend, but some went the music festival’s second weekend, April 20 to 22. All in all, Coachella’s second weekend was much like the first, only hotter and more populated. One of the similarities was the recreation of the Tupac hologram. […]

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Music appreciation club makes show on KBEV

Hae Lee, Staff Writer  A close group of students who are passionate and interested in music created the Music Appreciation Club. Every Tuesday at lunch, in U.S. History teacher Dan Moroaica’s room, students come together to jam, listen and learn. During meetings, club members bring in their own instruments. The club discusses music theory, the […]

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