Category: ARTS & LEISURE

Follow up song to Ring Chase released on May 23.  The new single is called "Rings Rings"

TNS drops “Rings Rings” on SoundCloud

With the baseball team coming off of a states win- the first ever Marjory Stoneman Douglas baseball state victory- school enthusiasm is running high. Apart from the pep rally, which took place on May 22 to welcome the boys back to the nest, TNS has released a second song, “Rings Rings,” to honor and celebrate the state win. “Everyone is […]

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They call it a “Ring Chase;” Students release song to support baseball team

They call it a “Ring Chase;” Students release song to support baseball team

“Ring Chase,” a motivating hip-hop and rap song produced by Marjory Stoneman Douglas seniors Demetri Fortaleza, Gordon Jupiter and Joey Bullion, was made to encourage the baseball team while moving into states. “I hope that this song will actually help us win states and put our school on the map,” senior Demetri Fortaleza said. “No one really gives our school […]

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The wait for ‘Chance 3’: the final countdown

The wait for ‘Chance 3’: the final countdown

There’s a storm coming- and it goes by the name of Chance the Rapper. Born Chancelor Bennett on April 16th, 1993 in the South Side of Chicago, the Rapper began his music career performing in talent shows and participating in the hip hop duo Instrumentality at Chicago’s esteemed Jones College Prep High School. In his senior year, Bennett was caught […]

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Shakespeare’s legacy at Douglas

Shakespeare’s legacy at Douglas

  In honor of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s legacy, Marjory Stoneman Douglas drama students displayed their gifted acting skills while performing a rendition of Romeo and Juliet On April 28 and April 29.  The show, almost completely student driven, was directed by Junior Dylan Baierlein and Senior Bradley Thornton, who also acted as Tybalt and Romeo respectively. Unlike many […]

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2016 brings new music festivals

2016 brings new music festivals

It goes without question that 2015 was an incredible year in music. Whether you are a fan of rap music, as in Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly, Drake’s If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late, Bryson Tiller’s TRAPSOUL or J. Cole’s 2014 Forest Hills Drive, a fan of country music, as in Hunter Hayes’ 21, Thomas Rhett’s Tangled Up, […]

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Beyoncé Gets in Formation

Beyoncé Gets in Formation

The Queen has returned. On Saturday, February 6th,  just in time for her halftime show performance, Beyoncé unexpectedly released a new pro-black anthem, entitled “Formation”  exclusively through Tidal. Along with the single, she released a powerful music video that- needless to say- broke the internet. Throughout the song, the 34-year-old singer proves that she has no shame in her culture and […]

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David Bowie Throughout The Years

David Bowie Throughout The Years

David Bowie: an infamous English songwriter, producer, actor and fashion icon who pioneered an innovative style of work. The beloved artist lived a life of success and served as an inspiration for many until his death on Jan. 10, 2016. Bowie’s career began as a young 15-year-old boy who maintained a strong passion for music. After creating a band with […]

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Pentatonix shines on self-titled album

Pentatonix shines on self-titled album

The Grammy winning and all-around amazing acapella group, Pentatonix, recently released their ninth album called Pentatonix. The band has come a long way since their original appearance on the television show The Sing-Off, and this album just goes to show how much they have improved and flourished into the extremely talented people they are today. Released on Oct. 16, the […]

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The Death of a Bachelor breathes life into pop punk

The Death of a Bachelor breathes life into pop punk

Don’t panic. After years of anticipation, Panic! At the Disco has released their newest album, titled Death of a Bachelor. Released on Jan.16, the album reminds fans of the talent that brought the band to the forefront of the pop punk genre. Brendon Urie, the band’s sole remaining member, who wrote, sang, and played all the instruments on the album, […]

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Keeping Up With the Cast of One Tree Hill

Keeping Up With the Cast of One Tree Hill

Who could ever forget the nostalgic and epic chorus, “I don’t want to be anything other than, what I’ve trying to be lately…” to one of the early 2000s most popular teen show, One Tree Hill? Set in the town of “Tree Hill”, North Carolina two half brothers with a rocky relationship played side by side on their high school’s […]

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