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Dune hits theaters December 18th

(Left to Right) Timothee Chalamet and Rebecca Ferguson posing for a photo while looking off into the distance. In the film Ferguson played Chalamet’s mother in her leading role of Lady Jessica. (Warner Bros.)

Ashlyn Weidman, Editor-in-Chief

September 22, 2020

Dune, a dystopian movie based on a science fiction novel written by Frank Herbert, was announced that it will be in theaters starting December 18th, 2020. Denis Villeneuve, the director of the film, takes the audience into the world of Arrakis. “A mythic and emotionally charged hero’s journey, ‘...

This is the Way: Disney+ series The Mandalorian returns October 30

This is the Way: Disney+ series The Mandalorian returns October 30

Benji Keeler, A&E Editor

September 16, 2020

Disney’s hit show that introduced the world to Baby Yoda has just been announced to release a second season on October 30th, 2020. Disney+ announced in a tweet that it’s Emmy nominated show, The Mandalorian, would have new episodes out at the end of October. Following the massive success of the first season, fans have eagerly been awaiting the next season in this instalment of the Star Wars franchise.

Bob Dylan Releases New Album Rough And Rowdy Ways June 19

Dan Hogan, Editor

June 18, 2020

On May 8th, Bob Dylan announced he will be releasing a new album titled Rough And Rowdy Ways on June 19th. This announcement came with the release of his third single this year, “False Prophet”. The legendary singer-songwriter released two other s...

Book Series Review: The Stormlight Archive

Pictured is “Words of Radiance” which is part of the Stormlight Archive series.  Author Brandon Sanderson is a fantasy and science fiction writer from Utah. (Tor Books)

Alina Zang, Layout

June 10, 2020

Being quarantined over the summer is leaving many with a lot of free time on their hands. A great way to pass the hours is sitting down and reading a good book. With so many free hours ahead, it is the perfect chance to embrace the world of epic fantasy and begin a long series. The Stormlight Archive ...

Broadway closed until fall, goes virtual

Broadway and Times Square stand nearly empty on April 7, 2020.  Broadway has struggled with the pandemic as New York City became a hotspot for infections of COVID-19.  (Brecht Bug/CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

Alina Zang, Layout

May 30, 2020

With the coronavirus pandemic shutting down large groups of people, Broadway has been greatly affected. The theatres and their lights have been dark for a while now, which means things now look very different for everyone involved in the shows. Here’s an overview of the news so far on Broadway and...

ESPN Airs Michael Jordan Documentary “The Last Dance”

Kate Clark, Head Sports Editor

May 7, 2020

ESPN debuted a Netflix documentary highlighting basketball star Michael Jordan’s last season as a Chicago Bull in what is known as, The Last Dance, on Sunday, April 19, 2020.. Directed by Jason Hehir, the documentary focuses on the untold stories and what happened behind closed doors while Jordan reach...

Song Review: “Caution” by The Killers

The artwork for the single Caution by The Killers. Their sixth studio album, Imploding The Mirage, comes out on May 29th, 2020. (The Killers)

Benji Keeler, Reporter

May 1, 2020

Two and a half years after their last studio album, The Killers are back with new music.  The Killers are an alternative-rock band from Las Vegas, Nevada. Their hit song from 2003, Mr Brightside, has paved the way to a successful music career: five studio albums, a compilation album, a live album, a...

Song Review: PDLIF by Bon Iver

Benji Keeler, Reporter

May 1, 2020

In the midst of a global pandemic, Bon Iver does their part to help with a brand new song.  Founded by Justin Vernon in 2006, Bon Iver is an indie folk band known for their experimental tracks and unique sound. With a successful career that includes four studio albums, collaborations with artists l...

Bond Film No Time to Die Release Date Moved Back November

Adrianna Malena, Reporter

March 29, 2020

The newest Bond film, No Time to Die, has been postponed to a November release.  This pushback was called for by the production companies behind the film, MGM, Eon and Universal, as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. The companies stated on Twitter that this decision was made after a “thorough ...

Zac Brown Band Cancels All 2020 Tour Dates Due to Coronavirus Concerns

ZBB from their Instagram

Leah Koppenhaver, News Editor

March 23, 2020

By: Leah Koppenhaver, News Editor Zac Brown Band announced on Instagram their cancellation of all 2020 tour dates due to the rising concerns of the coronavirus. All remaining tour dates for both “The Owl Tour” and “Roar With The Lions Tour” have been postponed indefinitely.  The ban...

Coronavirus: What To Do While Stuck at Home

Caroline Glus and Lauren Cribbs

March 19, 2020

By: Caroline Glus and Lauren Cribbs  While school is not in session due to COVID-19, a global outbreak related to a coronavirus disease, it may seem like there is not a lot to do and may result in extreme boredom, but here are some things to fill your time while still staying safe.   Clean...

DTSD, HSS and COVID-19/Coronavirus: Regular Updates Here

COVID-19 virus is pictured in an artists rendering.  (US State Department)

Broadcaster Staff

March 12, 2020

Our goal is to provide clear information on what is going on: what to do to stay safe, how to avoid misinformation and rumors, what events have been cancelled, and more. Education updates: Keystones off, AP exams are at-home, and no online teaching from DTSD teachers By: Eva Baker and Clare Canavan To help prevent th...

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