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Lil Baby smashes charts with ‘My Turn’

Lil Baby smashes charts with ‘My Turn’

Logan Gornbein ’21

March 18, 2020

Imagine being a dog and getting teased with a biscuit. Now imagine being a big rap fan and being teased over an album. Well, fans have waited long enough for Lil Baby to drop his second album, and they were not disappointed when he released “My Turn.” The album was released on Feb. 28, 2020 by...

Easy healthy breakfast on the go

Easy healthy breakfast on the go

Ella Alpert '22, Staff Writer

March 15, 2020

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Culinary Connections class uses cooking to ignite teamwork

Culinary Connections class uses cooking to ignite teamwork

Amanda Rowan '21, Staff Writer

March 15, 2020

It’s a coffee culture: crowding around the rectangular table, sipping freshly made hot coffee and tea, as they share their thoughts and feelings, a group of seniors has bonded together. All from different backgrounds, long-lasting friendships have been made in culinary teacher Cecily Gans’ Connecti...

‘I Am Not Okay With This’ achieves relatability but drags because of it

‘I Am Not Okay With This’ achieves relatability but drags because of it

Eliza Barr ’21

March 14, 2020

Netflix has mastered the art of appealing to viewer demand. It’s instantly clear just seconds into the first episode of the show “I Am Not Okay With This,” which premiered Feb. 26. The 80s nostalgia, faded color palettes plus blunt and anti-parent characters have been reconfigured into numerous...

Justin Bieber revives his music career with new album “Changes”

Justin Bieber revives his music career with new album “Changes”

Rebecca Kanfer ’21

March 14, 2020

Hit after hit, album after album, tour after tour has seemingly been Justin Bieber's music career for as long as any Gen-Z kid could remember. This non-stop lifestyle came to a halt in 2015, following Bieber's release of his sixth studio album, “Purpose.” This album was followed by an uncompleted...

‘Love is Blind’ proves great addition to reality dating shows

‘Love is Blind’ proves great addition to reality dating shows

Carly Kaplowitz ’21

March 14, 2020

Television is filled with numerous reality dating shows, ranging from classics like “The Bachelor” to summer hits like “Love Island.” But another phenomenon was recently added to Netflix in February: “Love is Blind.” While I was hesitant to start this show because I was already invested in...

Art show pops up in Westport

Art show pops up in Westport

Lucy Zuckerman '22, Staff Writer

March 14, 2020

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Embody Westport switches ownership

Embody Westport switches ownership

Izzy Sareen '22, Staff Writer

March 14, 2020

The most popular food places for all Westport teen athletes are the places that offer protein shakes, organic food and unique healthy options. Places such as Green and Tonic, Embody and The Granola Bar are the most popular destinations.  However, within the first few days of March, Embody Westport sud...

Taylor Swift shows fans a new relatable side in “Miss Americana”

Taylor Swift shows fans a new relatable side in “Miss Americana”

Reilly Caldwell '20

March 11, 2020

For the last few months leading up to the release of Taylor Swift’s Netflix documentary, “Miss Americana,” I was contemplating whether I really wanted to see it or not. While I would say I listen to her music regularly, I was worried that the film would be too focused on resurfaced drama with various...

Billie Eilish sweeps Grammys

Billie Eilish sweeps Grammys

Remy Teltser '21, Features Editor

March 10, 2020

Two years ago, 16-year-old Billie Eilish was just starting out her music career.  She and her brother, Finneas, grew a solid platform of 257,000 Instagram followers and played small shows for 50 people. Now, the breakout stars are selling out stadiums on a world tour, playing for 30,000 die-hard fan...

‘Birds of Prey’ fails to leave audience with anything to think about

‘Birds of Prey’ fails to leave audience with anything to think about

Tierney Kugel ’22

March 3, 2020

I entered the movie theater with high expectations and excitement for “Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn).” The movie, commonly shortened to “Birds of Prey,” was written for Harley Quinn, the iconic DC comics supervillain and partner in crime to the Joker. After...

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