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Big Sean “moves” to bigger things

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart culture editor Sean Don is back. And he’s here to stay. In the star rapper’s most recent album “I Decided”, Big Sean shows surprising growth and his determination to maintain his top dog status in the music world. But the most prominent theme on “I Decided” is Sean’s preaching of his unwavering resilience […]

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Listening to Carlin’s “The Destroyer of Worlds” is a blast

Ben Dahan news editor “Now I am become death, destroyer of worlds.” Those were the chilling words, borrowed from Hindu scripture, that ran through J. Robert Oppenheimer’s mind as he witnessed the destructive capacity of his creation, which he was now handing to world leaders to unleash at will. Venerable podcaster Dan Carlin delivers this […]

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Shyamalan returns to form with ‘Split’

Evan Minniti staff writer M. Night Shyamalan is not considered an amazing director. The man is responsible for such cinematic atrocities as “The Last Airbender” and “The Happening”, among others. A man who started his career with so much promise, directing fantastic psychologically and dramatically engaging thrillers like “The Sixth Sense” and “Unbreakable”, became regarded as […]

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‘Pink Season’ tops charts: brings vulgarity and unapologetic humor to hip-hop

Max Yera co-editor-in-chief 2017 is off to an odd start with perhaps the most unusual album to ever reach the top of the iTunes charts, Pink Season. The rather absurd, yet comical, 35 track record is the second album of YouTube personality George “Joji” Miller, commonly known as Filthy Frank and, more recently, Pink Guy. […]

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“Ouija: Origin of Evil” review

Evan Minniti staff writer “Ouija: Origin of Evil”, the sequel to the truly terrible 2014 movie, “Ouija”, is a breathe of fresh air! “Origin of Evil” is a delightfully old-fashioned horror flick with great acting, nostalgic visuals and some truly chilling scares. In 1967 Los Angeles, a fake psychic (Elizabeth Reaser) struggles to take care of […]

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Star Trek mixed with Shakespeare: “Pericles” brings new sense of adventure

Max Yera co-editor-in-chief The Theater Arts Workshop (TAW) concluded their first production of the year this past Saturday with the final performance of “Pericles.” The show was a Star Trek adaptation of the Shakespearean play, a combination which created a notably unique experience for both actors and audiences. “‘Pericles’ was certainly a unique choice for […]

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Meet Westwood’s Favorite Deli, Fat Sal’s

Jason Harward, staff writer AJ Wolken, staff writer Fat Sal’s is the heart of late night foods and the innovator of restaurants, putting as many fried foods as possible in its sandwiches. Although the “Fat Sandwiches” are the fan favorites, Fat Sal’s also carries normal sandwiches, salads, burgers and more. It was started in Austin, […]

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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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Salt and Straw sweetens up LA

Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief In honor of the summer season quickly approaching, I am bringing to you my final food review for beverlyhighlights.com of one L.A’s fastest growing ice cream establishments: Salt and Straw. Salt and Straw 1357 Abbot Kinney Blvd. Los Angeles, CA Open 10am-11pm daily It takes something special to get people in Los […]

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