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Where the Wild Things Are: A Tame Adaptation of the Classic Book

Where the Wild Things Are: A Tame Adaptation of the Classic Book

October 21, 2009


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Ian Phillips '10 A&E Editor Like many children in America, I remember being read only two books: "The Cat in the Hat," and "Where the Wild Things Are." The former got a movie adaptation that few would ever like to mention ever again, while the latter, after so many &, finally made it t...

A Little Slice of Heaven…: My Search for the Best Pizza In Town

A Little Slice of Heaven…: My Search for the Best Pizza In Town

October 21, 2009


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Jesse Heussner '11 Features Editor To me, nothing in life is better than food. Writing about food isn’t such a bad thing either. They are, after all, the tastiest articles. What wasn’t so tasty, however, was the picture that ran of me with smoke coming out of my ears after I reviewed F...

Hamlet Hits Broadway: Jude Law Leads the Latest Broadway Adaptation to Mixed Results

Hamlet Hits Broadway: Jude Law Leads the Latest Broadway Adaptation to Mixed Results

October 21, 2009


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Robert Mathis '10 Staff Writer O villainy! Who doth have the misjudgement or fortitude to slay the classic tale of “Hamlet” and entrust the immortal role to that foul beast Jude Law? To answer my own question in a more modern format of the English language, someone who knows what they’...

WWPT Broadcasters Up for Five High School Radio Awards

WWPT Broadcasters Up for Five High School Radio Awards

October 16, 2009


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With a purpose of recognizing excellence in high school radio broadcasting, the John Drury High School Radio Awards has nominated Staples’ WWPT radio station as one of the top five in the country. The Drury Award was named in memory of the life and career of legendary ABC7 news anchor John Drury. Now, WWPT has the chance to recieve this great honor. A...

Music Review: “Kiss and Tell,” Selena Gomez

Music Review: “Kiss and Tell,” Selena Gomez

October 16, 2009


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Grace Shay '10 Managing Editor The reign of Disney Channel actors-turned-singers began with Hilary Duff ( Lizzie McGuire) in 2001, continued with Vanessa Hudgens (High School Musical’s Gabriella Montez) in 2006, and morphed into today’s Miley Cyrus (Hannah Montana). Now, Selena Gomez has proved to ...

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