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“Divergent” book surpasses movie

“Divergent” book surpasses movie

Alexa Di Luca, Staff Writer

March 27, 2014


Filed under Arts, National art blog

After reading the first two books in the “Divergent” series, written by 25 year old Veronica Roth, I couldn’t contain my excitement to see the movie. I had fallen in love with the characters and storyline, which made me want to see it all come to life. “Divergent” takes place in a dystopian Chicago ...

Negroni theorizes a proposition on Pixar films

Negroni theorizes a proposition on Pixar films

Julia Greenspan, Staff Writer

March 21, 2014


Filed under Arts, National art blog

Blogger Jon Negroni’s recent discovery about Andy’s mom’s true identity in the movie “Toy Story”, has caused his major Pixar theory to resurface after it was first posted in July 2013. Negroni created a timeline that dates from the 14th century all the way to the year 5000. Using small clues and facts ...

To watch or not to watch the award winners after the Oscars

To watch or not to watch the award winners after the Oscars

Greta Bjornson, Features Editor

March 16, 2014


Filed under Arts, National art blog

Jared Leto’s flawless ombré hair, Ellen DeGeneres’ viral tweet, and the real delivery of pizza to front row attendees were all memorable aspects of the 86th Academy Awards on March 2. Each year we critique the dresses and the performance by the host, but of course, the winners of the evening will b...

“Girl Rising” empowers women through education

“Girl Rising” empowers women through education

Emma Muro, A&E Editor

March 9, 2014


Filed under Arts, National art blog

Nine girls. Nine countries. One common struggle: their education. This is the basis of documentary “Girl Rising,” which was played on March 4 at Bowtie Royale 6 in Norwalk as a part of a special screening event. In the film, the crew follows the lives of nine different girls, each representing of...

“Endless Love” becomes an endless storyline by the end

“Endless Love” becomes an endless storyline by the end

Nicole DeBlasi, Web A&E Editor

March 6, 2014


Filed under Arts, National art blog

I love a good romantic movie. I have seen “Titanic” too many times to count, and who hasn't cried at the end of “The Notebook?” After seeing the trailer for “Endless Love,” a remake of the 1981 movie that starred Brooke Shields, I knew I had to see it. Although it was good in a mindless r...

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