Billie Eilish's cover for her new album "WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP WHERE DO WE GO?" featuring herself sitting on a bed, smiling and her eyes whited-out

Billie Eilish’s ‘bury a friend’ is creepy but in a great way

Billie Eilish has recently taken over the charts with her alternative pop music. With Eilish only being 17 years old, her fame started to develop in 2016 with her song “Ocean Eyes,” and continued with her first album “Don’t Smile At Me” in 2017 Eilish’s new song “bury a friend” from her new upcoming album “WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, […]

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P!nk Raises the Roof with Concert at the BB&T Center

P!nk Raises the Roof with Concert at the BB&T Center

On Friday Mar. 1, P!NK performed at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida for her “Beautiful Trauma” world tour, which was based on her latest and seventh album of the same name that was released on Oct. 13, 2017. According to P!NK concert goers, her concerts are known to have extravagant acrobatic performances, so many were expecting an exciting show. […]

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The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part (Warner Bros.)

‘The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part’ is perfect for all ages

“The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part”, released on Feb. 8, runs for around two hours. Directed by Mike Mitchell. The film starts with the attack of the Lego Duplo, which are larger blocks for younger kids. The once hopeful land of the Legos becomes “Apocalypseburg,” a drab and depressing land of destruction. Terrified that the world will end, Emmett […]

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Review: “Speak Up” lets down listeners

Review: “Speak Up” lets down listeners

Boring. Dull. Plain. These are a few words that one could use to describe guitar-toting pop artist Jocelyn’s new single, “Speak up.” In this new single, Jocelyn attempts to write an inspiring pop ballad about self-confidence, and resilience through self-understanding when faced with adversity. Yet for a song about finding your voice, Jocelyn seems to still be looking for hers. […]

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Dante Albidone, Aidan Gallagher, Cameron Brodeur, Eden Cupid, Ethan Hwang, and Blake Talabis in The Umbrella Academy (Christos Kalohoridis/Netflix/TNS)

Review: Netflix Original “The Umbrella Academy” brings Gerard Way’s comic to life

“The Umbrella Academy” was released on Feb. 15, based on Gerard Way’s comic of the same title that was released 12 years ago. The show was created by Netflix, and features a total of ten episodes in its first season. This show is not like many other superhero shows; the viewer does not get a backstory on how the main […]

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Review: The final installment of “The Unbreakable” trilogy, “Glass” lives up to expectations

The new and final film of the Unbreakable trilogy “Glass” was released on Jan. 18 as one of the most anticipated movies for the new year. This thriller is a spinoff from the movies “Unbreakable” and “Split”, and features characters from both films.   The movie is about David Dunn (Bruce Willis), a normal human being that realizes he has […]

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MSD students create portraits for impoverished teens

MSD students create portraits for impoverished teens

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School 2D art students, lead by art teachers Jacqueline Lieberman and Randee Lombard participated in the annual Memory Project. This year students drew portraits of children in the Philippines who are living in an impoverished environment.   The Memory Project is a nonprofit organization that works with students to create portraits of children who face […]

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Review: The Kid Who Would Be King shares message that the kids are the future

Review: The Kid Who Would Be King shares message that the kids are the future

Arthurian legends have been around since the 15th century with the media industry depicting it through a variety of adaptations. The Kid Who Would Be King one is a little different, though. This film takes place in the 21st century, when a boy pulls Excalibur, the original sword in the ancient stone, out of a stone at a construction site. A young boy […]

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Julian Edwards and Sandra Bullock in "Bird Box." (Saeed Adyani/Netflix/TNS)

Review: Dystopian thriller “Bird box” breaks records on Netflix

Bird Box is a 2018 American post-apocalyptic film directed by Susanne Bier from a screenplay written by Eric Heisserer, based on the 2014 novel of the same name by Josh Malerman. In July 2017, it was announced that Netflix had acquired the rights to the book and would develop the film, starring  Sandra Bullock and John Malkovich. Having a limited […]

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Black Mirror: Bandersnatch (Netflix)

Review: Netflix interactive film “Bandersnatch” illustrates the importance of choice

Black Mirror is a british anthology science fiction television series that examines modern society, particularly with regard to the unanticipated consequences of new technologies. The show was developed to highlight topics related to humanity’s relationship to technology, creating stories that feature, according to the creator Charlie Brooker, “the way we live now – and the way we might be living […]

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