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Reign of Terror

Robert Katz, Staff Writer Reign of Terror, noise-pop duo Sleigh Bells’ sophomore album, is the sort of record I love to see in these days of increasingly humble rock releases. It’s heavy, oppressive and polished. However, as much as I appreciate it, it isn’t actually what I wanted from the group, composed of guitarist Derek […]

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W./E.

Marguerite Alberts, Staff Writer After viewing Madonna’s W./E, it was easy to see why the film was nominated for only one Golden Globe, and not even a Golden Globe related to the movie itself, but for the music. The movie starts by establishing the connection between Wallis Simpson, the wife of Edward VIII played by […]

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Oscar voting

Become a member of the (Beverly) Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences by voting for the Oscar nominees below!  Leave a comment on your favorite movies, actors and directors of the year and be entered into a raffle to win a prize.  Be sure to tune into the Oscars on Sunday, Feb. 26 for […]

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Paralytic Stalks Review

Robert Katz, Staff Writer Paralytic Stalks, psychedelic progressive rock group of Montreal’s newest LP, is their most radical departure from whatever their “norm” actually is. Abandoning their recent electronic motif for a more melodically-driven, grandiose style rife with woodwinds, strings and brass, it’s easy to notice of Montreal’s grasp for something more meaningful and emotional, […]

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A look at Israeli culture from a traveler’s view II

Zachary Fouladian, Staff Writer There are a number of differences between Israel and the United States; ranging from the number of wild cats to the types of food stores. However, the biggest differences are that Israel has a huge religious component to its politics and is surrounded on all sides by enemies. Every difference, big or […]

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Griddle Café’s scrumptious dishes delight taste buds

Julia Waldow, Print Arts & Style Editor Hollywood’s Griddle Café is something like Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory — a magical land of “pure imagination” that “takes a sunrise, sprinkles it with dew, covers it in chocolate and a miracle or two.” It’s a world where pancakes bigger than customers’ heads sizzle in frying pans, where French toast […]

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2012 upcoming music preview

Robert Katz, Staff Writer 2011 certainly offered more than its fair share of fantastic music, with the rise of many previously-obscure artists along with the returns of some of last decade’s most beloved bands. 2012, on the other hand, has yet to make its impression on the music world and now is the perfect time […]

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U-Sushi delivers a new sushi experience

Pasha Farmanara, Web Co Editor-in-chief U-Sushi, located on the corner of Beverly Dr. and Charlieville Blvd., offers a whole new way to order sushi, and delivers it in a delicious and affordable manner. To look at the options of fish and veggies, click here. U-Sushi is very tasty, and every customer is able to create […]

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Most anticipated movies of 2012

Kevin Park, Staff Writer One of the biggest Hollywood traditions, the annual Golden Globe Award, took place last weekend. This year’s Golden Globe Award had a different perspective from those of previous years. If the last two years were years of blockbuster movies, such as Avatar, The Hurt Locker, The Social Network, and Inception, this year was […]

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A look at Israeli culture from a traveler’s view

Zachary Fouladian, Staff Writer Beverly is special, and not just because of our lovely bell schedule or the construction happening on the lawn. Our school has many Jewish students; enough that Jewish holidays become school holidays. Schools just three or four miles away have comparatively few, numbering in the tens instead of the hundreds. So, […]

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