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Paley Center entertains with nostalgic “South Park” experience

Jason Harward, staff writer “But maaaaaam, I want to go to the “South Park” exhibit at the Paley Center.” It’s more than just a comedy. “South Park” has been a dynamic force for the last 20 years. It challenges norms and sets trends, all through a group of four kids living life in South Park, […]

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Chef’s Table: France unveils the culinary future

Evan Minniti staff writer Get ready to be hungry and to read subtitles! In Netflix’s “Chef’s Table: France”, David Gelb takes us on a cinematic and culinary odyssey with four French chefs who are off to reinvent the cuisine at each of their Michelin-starred restaurants. Each of the four episodes is fantastic. At the beginning of […]

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Highlights previews summer movie slate

Nirav Desai staff writer Students have been treated to an embarassment of riches during the last few Mays. On account of Hollywood, and probably some local parents who work in the industry, what was previously celebrated as the final month of the school year now marks the beginning of the summer movie season. This extended […]

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Teen heart throb leaves the nest

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart staff writer Six years ago, the words “one” and  “direction” had little significance to the life of the average teenage girl. Now, those words have taken shape in the forms of four British boys, and have the power to elicit tears, screaming and pure bliss from millions and millions of young teen girls across […]

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McDonald’s expands menu, appeal

Jason Harward, graphics editor McDonald’s has always searched for something that can compliment its burgers and (addictive) fries. However, some of these “trending” innovations fail to make their mark on consumers. Could I interest you in a McHotDog, or maybe a McLobster? No, I probably couldn’t. To diversify its menu in the health-crazed society we […]

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Beverly career day 2016

Vivian Geilim, photo editor Sophia Goldberg, staff writer Career Day is an opportunity for students to interact with their future career possibilities. Professionals are asked to come explain career paths in their fields, and students pick topics that interest them the most. Three hour-long sessions allow students to choose their top three jobs and sit in on […]

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Madoff makes off with five stars

Keith Stone, staff writer There are some things that can make one’s heart skip a beat. A moment of incredible fear or panic, the pride of seeing a good grade and the immeasurable joy that comes from discovering an amazing new TV show to occupy time. Madoff may be only four, 45-minute long episodes, but […]

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“ANTI”: Bold, brave and unapologetically Rihanna

Juliette Deutsch co-editor-in-chief For three years, Rihanna fans have been anxiously waiting for the singer to drop an album. To add, for most of 2015, due to lack of information and rumors, Rihanna’s “ANTI” album seemed like it was too good to be true for fans. The three full years since 2012’s “Unapologetic” – the […]

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58th Grammys offer entertainment, encouragement, disappointment

Nirav Desai, staff writer Despite supplying many encouraging firsts that point toward progress in the music industry, last night’s Grammys simultaneously produced disappointment as viewers were reminded of how far The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences has yet to go in the awarding of the show’s biggest prizes. The 58th installment of the annual […]

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Do not be intolerant of political correctness

Nirav Desai, staff writer Few things are as offensive in contemporary American culture as political correctness. While the passionate debate over this filtered form of thought has become muddled, the stereotypes of those who take a stand on either side of the divide are still often depicted as clear. That is, those holding out against […]

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