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Mixed feelings crowd the Beverly Café

Ben Shofet, Business Manager When the Beverly Cafe first opened its doors in 2011, the food was transformed completely. They offered freshly cooked meals, cooked by Beverly’s own culinary staff. However, after a year and a half, the Cafe began feature lunches from popular local restaurants, like Subway or Pick Up Stix. Today, the Cafe […]

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Not so krazy for Kylie

Vivian Geilim, staff writer Sydney Tran, staff writer For the average American teenager, turning 18 is accompanied by many liberties. These new rights include being seen as an adult in the eyes of the law, reaching the voting age and the age of consent and—less objectively—being respected as an individual in society. Kylie Jenner, however, has […]

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“Isaac’s balls” holds promising future

Ben Shofet, Business Manager “Isaac’s Balls” is senior Isaac Rabbanian’s latest KBEV production. The shows focus is on anything and everything related to the world of baseball. Having been enrolled in KBEV for only one year, Rabbanian has already managed to produce three entirely different shows. Out of his three shows, Rabbanian’s favorite and “most successful” […]

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Water polo unable to stop El Segundo

Marty Schnapp co-edit0r-in-chief Varsity boys water polo suffered a 21-4 loss to El Segundo in the Swim Gym on Wednesday. The matchup was the first of the league season, leaving the team with an 0-1 record so far. “We need to be faster and smarter. They beat us back on offense every time and were […]

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Fantasy Football Forecast: Week Five Advice

Jason Harward staff writer Marty Schnapp co-editor-in-chief We’re fairly settled into the season, and we have an idea of what players will make our fantasy rosters this year, but there are still surprises to come. Don’t get discouraged if your team lacks the punch that you thought it would bring; start the right studs and […]

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Nutella Mocha: Fall-ify your coffee

Vivian Geilim staff writer When the weather begins to change and the autumn leaves start to fall, there is nothing better than adding a few spices and ingredients to your morning coffee. Here is a new recipe on how to fall-ify your coffee without the same-old same-old pumpkin spicing.   Ingredients on how to make a […]

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Fantasy Football Forecast: Week Three Advice

This column is a part of a weekly series that offers Fantasy Football advice from Guy Ginsberg, Marty Schnapp, Jason Harward, Nirav Desai and Isaiah Freedman.   As usual, the first two weeks of fantasy football reveal a lot. Players who we believed to be non-factors have been studs, while players we thought would have […]

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WATTBA proves Future’s rise; Drake’s dominance

Guy Ginsberg co-editor-in-chief The king and his trapstar made history on September 20. For the first time since Kanye West and Jay Z’s 2011 album Watch The Throne, a collaboration between the two spitters atop the rap game has been delivered at our feet, and all we can say is, “thanks”. Thanks for finally proving […]

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Fantasy Football Forecast: Week Two Advice

This column is a part of a weekly series that offers Fantasy Football advice from Guy Ginsberg, Marty Schnapp, Jason Harward, Nirav Desai and Isaiah Freedman. One of the most challenging questions to answer is whether or not a player’s Week One performance is indicative of how his full season will look. Some players take […]

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New English teacher promotes animal welfare

Lauren Hannani staff writer Rescuing animals and spreading the word on animal welfare is the norm for new English teacher Samantha Miller. Her dedication to animals began as a child, as she grew up with a family of animal lovers.  From a young age, Miller has supported the welfare of animals through volunteer work, helping […]

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