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Blade Runner Review

Blade Runner Review

January 20, 2018

By Dana Perelberg '20   Thirty-five years after the first Blade Runner movie, the sequel, Blade Runner 2049, has finally come out. This futuristic dystopian sci-film is a haunting yet thrilling version of the future.   The movie mainly focuses on replicants, which are bioengineered human bein...

Cactus Rose delights visitors with exceptional food

Cactus Rose delights visitors with exceptional food

January 16, 2018

By Allie D’Angelo '20 ...

“Molly’s Game”, the winter drama you’ve been waiting for

“Molly’s Game”, the winter drama you’ve been waiting for

January 16, 2018

By Matthew Engler '18 Directed by Aaron Sorkin, “Molly's Game” made its box office debut Jan 5. The movie is one of the better dramas of the winter. The biography, and true story, of Molly Bloom tells a narrative that is hard to believe could be true.   Aaron Sorkin is not new to d...

Famous 50s Diner Food Challenge

Famous 50s Diner Food Challenge

January 11, 2018

By Jack Beck '18 and Max Appell '18

“Lady Bird” thrives on the east coast

“Lady Bird” thrives on the east coast

January 8, 2018

By Molly Mahoney ’18 At Catholic girls’ high school, Christine “Lady Bird” McPherson sticks out like a sore thumb. Her messy, dyed hair matches the neon pink cast she wears after she broke her arm jumping from a moving car. Played by Saoirse Ronan, Lady Bird herself is impossible not to...

Is it worth the hype?: Max Brenner hot chocolate

Is it worth the hype?: Max Brenner hot chocolate

December 22, 2017

By Sasha Narang '18 and Erin Lynch '18

Colorful script of Romeo and Juliet turns grey at Westport Country Playhouse

Colorful script of Romeo and Juliet turns grey at Westport Country Playhouse

November 27, 2017

By Melanie Lust '19 On Friday, Nov. 10, when the curtain on the Westport Country Playhouse stage rose to reveal silhouettes of dueling figures in front of a pale yellow glow, the audience's excitement was palpable. When the scene opened to reveal a set meticulously designed to match the 16th century,...

Review of Red Pill Blues

Review of Red Pill Blues

November 5, 2017

By Izzy Connors '18 and Molly Mahoney '18

Macklemore returns stronger than ever with new album “Gemini”

Macklemore returns stronger than ever with new album “Gemini”

October 16, 2017

By Roxy Augeri ’20 There was a time in my life when all I listened to was the song “Thrift Shop” by artist Macklemore. With perfect diction and entertaining lyrics, Macklemore’s inspiring words led to an obsession which then led to me listening to other mega hits such as “Can’t Hold...

Bobby Q’s thrives at new location

Bobby Q’s thrives at new location

September 28, 2017

By Adam Wenkoff ’18 Many Westport residents were disappointed when the Bobby Q’s restaurant on Main Street closed in March of 2016. It was a hot-spot for barbecue-craving families looking for a great time. However, a new and improved Bobby Q’s recently opened in the Block at Waypointe in...

True to Self serves to be a solid sophomore album for Tiller

True to Self serves to be a solid sophomore album for Tiller

June 18, 2017

By Brendan Massoud '17 Bryson Tiller released his sophomore album, titled “True to Self” on May 27. The highly anticipated album, which compiled 19 tracks with no features, dropped more than a year and a half after his debut album, “TRAPSOUL,” came out in October 2015. Following “TRAPS...

May music in review

May music in review

June 16, 2017

By Jack Shapiro '19 ...

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