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Rolling Loud adopts new bag policy

Rolling Loud will now only allow small clear bags into the festival, other types of bags are prohibited.

Mia Daignault ’20

October 4, 2019

Beginning with the Rolling Loud music festival, a new bag policy has been enacted for all U.S. festivals as a safety precaution. There are no backpacks, purses or bags allowed unless they are 12" x 6" x 12, are clear plastic, vinyl and not manufactured by skin from animals. Festival goers may also bring...

Post Malone’s “Hollywood’s Bleeding” confirms that he doesn’t belong to a genre

The undefined artist incorporates rap, R&B, pop, and hard rock into his third released album

Natasha Taubenheim '22

October 4, 2019

After listening to any of his songs, you would most likely question what type of music you are listening to. Post Malone, an American rapper and songwriter best known for the release of his first album “Stoney,” made it clear that he had no interest in being placed under any music genre. On Sept....

Travis Scott thanks fans through new documentary

The poster cover for the documentary,

Rebecca Kanfer ’21

September 16, 2019

Flashing lights, screaming fans, and crowds of people anxiously wait for Travis Scott to light up the arena. Travis scott, a renowned performer and arguably one of the most famous artists of our generation, steps off this flashing stage and onto the big screen, with his new documentary, “Look Mom I...

Lana Del Rey releases “Norman F*****g Rockwell!,” her best album yet

Lana Del Rey singing live at the 2017 Weenie Roast Festival in Carson, California.

Abby Fleming ’20

September 16, 2019

For two years, Lana Del Rey fans have been waiting for any signs of new music from her after the release of her 2017 album, “Lust for Life.” Our wait was finally over on Aug. 30 when “Norman F*****g Rockwell!” (NFR!) dropped. I think the wait has been more than worth it. The album shows Del...

“Thirteen Reasons Why” oversimplifies societal issues

Netflix released the third season of their original show “Thirteen Reasons Why” on August 23. Instead of focusing on Hannah Baker, the show follows the murder of serial rapist Bryce Walker.

Remy Teltser ’21

September 16, 2019

Netflix has finally released their long-anticipated season three of the original hit “Thirteen Reasons Why.” While the first season focused on Hannah Baker’s suicide, and the second followed her high school’s prosecution, when the third season aired on Aug. 23, the plot took a completely different...

Tyler, The Creator’s ‘IGOR’ fails to deliver a homerun

Going For Gold: Tyler’s album sold 78,000 pure copies in its first week of sales, which rocketed it to the first position on the Billboard 200. If certified gold, it would be the third time Tyler did it in his career

Sam Zuckerman ’21

June 11, 2019

Tyler, The Creator’s long-awaited fifth studio album ‘IGOR’ made waves in the music industry instantly when it was released on May 17.. The 12 track project, which featured artists such as Kanye West, Playboi Carti, Lil Uzi Vert and slowthai received praises from Rolling Stone and Pitchfork. The...

“Booksmart” refreshes, expands coming-of-age genre

“Booksmart” refreshes, expands coming-of-age genre

Poppy Livingstone '21

June 11, 2019

Once you’ve watched enough coming-of-age comedies, the expectations of the genre are clear. Take a couple of loveable misfit best friends. Give them a high stakes goal, usually based on alcohol or sex, and throw them out of their comfort zones and into a house party. Add in a couple of eye-candy love...

Musicians collaborate to combat climate change

Rapper Lil Dicky performs his latest hits in Austin Texas.

Shira Zeiberg '22, Staff Writer

May 29, 2019

Shira Zeiberg '22 Staff Writer

“Avengers: Endgame” Lives up to the Hype

“Avengers: Endgame” Lives up to the Hype

Jackson Lev '20

May 13, 2019

Fans of Marvel have surely heard about the film released on April 26, “Avengers: Endgame.” The film had viewers attached from the start, and it never let up.

Netflix’s “The Perfect Date” proves to be far from perfect

Netflix’s “The Perfect Date” proves to be far from perfect

Molly Gold '21

May 13, 2019

There’s nothing quite like shamefully binging a cheesy romantic comedy. It allows me to escape into the world where the popular jock notices the shy girl, two polar opposites find love and the sun is always shining. Whenever Netflix releases one of these mindlessly-entertaining films, I’m the first...

Jordan Peele takes second shot at horror movies

The poster cover of “Us” depicts the horror the movie entails.

Evi Tarshis '20

April 3, 2019

Gasps from the crowd, anxious crunching of popcorn, and  immense feelings of fear all contribute to true horror paradise. So, when Jordan Peele- only one of the greatest filmmakers of all time- announced he was coming out with his new movie, “Us,” I immediately added the premiere date to my calenda...

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