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Deadpool 2 brings laughs and gore to big screen

Deadpool 2 brings laughs and gore to big screen

Sam Allery and Jack Goulet

May 25, 2018

The merc with a mouth is back and better than ever. Deadpool made a huge splash in 2016 becoming the number one R-rated movie of all-time, and the sequel was able to pull off a rare feat: be as good as the original. Deadpool 2 brought more humor, enjoyable characters, and violence than its prede...

Review: Kiera Cass novel The Selection

Review: Kiera Cass novel The Selection

Elaina Joyner, Reporter

May 25, 2018

If you love watching the Bachelor, you will thoroughly enjoy the book The Selection. The Selection is a teen drama written by Kiera Cass. It keeps you on your toes and always wondering what is going to happen next. Deadline described the book as “...The Hunger Games without the bloodshed, it f...

Review: Troye Sivan’s single “Bloom”

Natalie Taylor, Reporter

May 25, 2018

Troye Sivan released a new single called “Bloom” on May 2, 2018. Sivan is a young artist whose popularity is growing faster and faster. He’s an artist who is unafraid to express his sexuality through music, like other artists Hayley Kiyoko and Kehlani. Sivan released his debut album Blue Nei...

Review: Ariana Grande’s “No Tears Left to Cry”

Natalie Taylor, Layout

May 23, 2018

After the 2017 tragedy in Manchester, Ariana Grande has released an emotional new song called “No Tears Left To Cry.” The song is a tribute to the Manchester suicide bombing in 2017. The bombing happened during Grande’s “Dangerous Woman” tour in the Manchester Arena and killed 22 people...

Review: Taylor Swift’s “Delicate” Acoustic Version

Natalie Taylor, Layout Manager

May 23, 2018

Taylor Swift has released an acoustic version of her song “Delicate,” which is the 5th track on her album, “Reputation.” Swift released the song on Spotify as part of the Spotify Singles series. Along with an acoustic version, she also released a cover of “September” by Earth, Wind, and Fire. ...

Inside Broadway’s Intriguing Secret Rehearsal Studio

Inside Broadway’s Intriguing Secret Rehearsal Studio

Chris Santiago, Copy Editor

May 22, 2018

Broadway is known for putting on large plays and musical performances full of acting, dancing, and singing. What many don’t know is where rehearsals take place for some of these shows. The secret 10 story studio, located on 42nd street, is where many broadway shows go to practice dances or cho...

“Be More Chill” Becomes an Off-Broadway Musical

“Be More Chill” Becomes an Off-Broadway Musical

Chris Santiago, Copy Editor

May 9, 2018

“Be More Chill,” a musical that first opened at Two River Theatre, will now be making an appearance at Signature Theatre Company off-broadway in New York. The musical previously opened at Two River Theatre in New Jersey in the summer of 2015. “Be More Chill” is about a high schooler named ...

13 Reasons Why Season Two Date Announced

13 Reasons Why Season Two Date Announced

Jack Goulet, Arts and Entertainment Editor

May 4, 2018

The teen drama turned social commentary has received an official season two release date of May 18. With season one revolving around 13 tapes left behind by Hannah Baker after her suicide, it appears the truth this season may be in the photographs. The release date came with a one minute, 30 sec...

2018 Tony Award nominations announced

Tori Moss, Managing editor

May 2, 2018

The nominations for this year’s Tony Awards were announced live from the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts in Lincoln Center via CBS on May 1, 2018. Broadway stars Leslie Odom Jr. and Katherine Mcphee were the announced the nominees. Out of all the possible productions that could ha...

Editorial: Has Rap Overthrown Rock?

Editorial: Has Rap Overthrown Rock?

Jack Goulet, Arts and Entertainment Section Editor

April 30, 2018

The term “mumble rap” gets thrown around a lot in this day and age. With artists like Lil Yachty getting their starts on Soundcloud, a whole genre of music like Yachty’s is being embraced by the next generation. And it’s already getting bigger than rock. Kids in high school want music that they can...

On Stage: HHS sophomore Natalie Taylor

On Stage: HHS sophomore Natalie Taylor

Angelina Memmi, Layout

April 30, 2018

Even after so many performances, she still gets butterflies. Natalie Taylor, a sophomore at HHS, has been interested in plays since her elementary years. Now at 16, she has already performed in five shows. Taylor does not intend to stop any time soon, even if she still gets nervous. Taylor star...

Rapper Meek Mill released from prison

Kieran Hogan, Reporter

April 25, 2018

Meek Mill was released from prison yesterday, April 24, after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ordered an immediate release of the rapper. Mill, born Robert Rihmeek Williams, was nearing his fifth month of his two to four year sentence, which he received in the fall of 2017 for violating probation. "I'd...

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