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Entertainment urges unity

On Ellen’s Channel she opens up about quarantine while adding humor to the whole situation. She reassures people that everything is going to be okay.

Theresa Vandis '22, Assistant Business Director

April 20, 2020

Restaurants, boutiques and even live shows are closed all across the nation. With almost nowhere to go but your own backyard, it is hard to keep busy during this COVID-19 pandemic. Talk-variety show figures Ellen DeGeneres, Jimmy Kimmel and John Krasinski have changed their narratives to be more uplifting...

Bachelor Fans Voice Opinions on Last Three Contestants

As HannahAnn, Madison P and Victoria F fight for Peters heart, fans anxiously await for the next episode to air to reveal the women who Peter proposes to.

Charlotte Smith '21 and Molly Gold '21

March 11, 2020

‘Modern Love’ surpasses expectations, portrays reality

Amazon’s “Modern Love” draws inspiration from the New York Times’ “Modern Love” Column, reflecting on emotions, heartbreak and love in today’s society.

Audrey Bernstein ’20, Editor-in-Chief

November 9, 2019

“Surely there is someone out there who will take me for who I am,” Lexi, played by Anne Hathaway, says in the trailer for Amazon’s “Modern Love.” “The good, the bad, the full story of love.” Although the trailer piqued my interest for what appeared to be superb casting – actors including...

Fourth season of ‘This Is Us’ emotional, evolving *WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD

Since 2017, “This Is Us” has been nominated for and won multiple awards through organizations such as the Golden Globes, the Emmys, the American Film Institution, and the Screen Actors Guild.

Anastasia Thumser ’22, Web Opinions Editor

November 9, 2019

Family is often the center of our universe, and the most chaotic part of our lives. Synonymous with unconditional love and support, reputable for being messy and complicated. With all its intricacies, family can be a difficult topic to encapsulate within a drama series; and yet, the fourth season of...

Rachel Greenberg ’22 models in local fashion show

Whiplash's annual event was held at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum on Thursday Oct. 17. Rachel Greenberg '22, demonstrated her support for the local artists through her attendance of the event.

Ella Stoler '22, Staff Writer

November 6, 2019


Season two of “You” is already thrilling viewers before even being released

Season two of “You” is already thrilling viewers before even being released

Emma Smith ’22

October 29, 2019

The drama, suspense and intensity of Netflix’s original series “You” left viewers in awe of the brilliant and compelling storyline. Joe Goldberg played by Penn Badgley, slowly descends into a Ted Bundy-esque love-crazed stalker. However, the creepy and quite unsettling plot makes it impossible...

Season two of “13 Reasons Why” needs a trigger warning

Season two of “13 Reasons Why” needs a trigger warning

June 8, 2018

By Dana Perelberg '20   On May 18, I clicked onto Netflix to find season two of “13 Reasons Why” at the top of my screen. It had come out that day and there was already uproar over controversial scenes. I pressed play, expecting to immediately view a new episode. What I got instead was a...

Westport showcases its skills in CT’s got talent

Westport showcases its skills in CT’s got talent

March 14, 2018

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The life of Nasty Gal goes public in “Girlboss”

The life of Nasty Gal goes public in “Girlboss”

May 21, 2017

Molly Mahoney ’18   To be 20-something and living in downtown San Francisco circa 2006 is every indie-rocker girl’s dream, and the protagonist of Netflix Original “Girlboss” is living it. The show is a “real loose” account of the real life of Sophia Amoroso, the founder of popular ret...

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