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Review: Who really is Reddington?

Review: Who really is Reddington?

  “Blacklist” is a highly rated series based around the main character Elizabeth Keen. Keen is a FBI profiler who, on her first day of the job, is overwhelmed with surprises. She meets a man named Raymond Reddington who will change her life forever and will take her on dangerous missions. Keen is forced to work with Reddington, a man escaping […]

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Review: Dexter finds justice in unique ways

Review: Dexter finds justice in unique ways

Dexter is a breathtaking show that focuses on the life of a psychopath who works for the Miami Police Department. He examines blood splatters and determines how and from what angle someone was killed during the day. By night, he is a serial killer who targets uncaught criminals. The show focuses on Dexter’s journey to get through his differences and […]

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Review: the life of a mole woman

Review: the life of a mole woman

The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is a comedic show based around the insane life of Kimmy Schmidt. She was kept underground with a few other women and they were put there by a psychotic man who told them that the world had ended and they were the last humans alive due to their faith in god. She leaves the cult and enters […]

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Left: Sour grape, a potent hybrid effective for stress reduction. Right: Dirty Hairy, a sativa-dominant hybrid that is effective for migraine and depression relief

Medical marijuana legalization moves ahead slowly as lawmakers debate implementation guidelines

On Nov. 8, Florida voters approved Amendment 2, which went into effect on Jan. 3, 2017. Amendment 2 requires the Florida Department of Health to “set regulations for the issuance of identification cards, qualifications and standards of care givers, and rules for the registration of medical marijuana treatment centers within six months of the effective date.” Prior to Amendment 2 […]

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[Brief] Women’s tennis team plays last home match

On Tuesday, March 14, in the last home tennis match at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Monarch High School and MSD went head to head in doubles and singles matches. MSD dominated Monarch with scores of 8-0 and 8-1 in both doubles matches. Freshman Rachel Taylor and Alley Schuler did especially well in this match. “I’m proud of how far they […]

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The classic play Annie takes MSD’s stage and captivates

The classic play Annie takes MSD’s stage and captivates

On Thursday, March 2, Marjory Stoneman Douglas’ Drama Department hosted the opening night of the classic play Annie at 7 p.m. Characters captivated the crowds until Saturday, March 4. On Wednesday, March 1 and Friday, March 3, the show performed for Eagle Ridge Elementary school during the day. Senior Sheridan Lasher played July, one of the orphans. “It was a […]

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Review: Students flippin’ over falafel

Review: Students flippin’ over falafel

From vegan delights like falafel and hummus, to popular pita sandwiches like shawarma and shish kabob, Falafel Bistro has menu items for everyone. Falafel bistro offers a variety of appetizers, main dishes and desserts. To start with, their sautéed cauliflower mixed with a spicy date sauce is just mouthwatering. The bistro brussel sprouts are also to die for. They are […]

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Review: Cream specializes in ice cream sandwiches

Review: Cream specializes in ice cream sandwiches

Cream, a brand new ice cream shop, has opened, specializing in ice cream sandwiches. There are two store locations in Florida, one in Aventura and the newest addition in Weston that opened on Saturday, Jan. 28. A shop will also be opening up in Pembroke Pines soon. I went to the new location in Weston, excited to see and to […]

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[Brief] Men’s water polo washes out Plantation High

On March 8, the men’s water polo team played district rival Plantation High in an away game at 6:30 p.m. They won in a runaway victory, with a final 20-2 score. “It was a fairly easy game,” Captian Joey Wong said, “We worked mainly on strategy and passing, rather then trying to score the most goals.” Daniel Rivera (15), Areeb […]

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[Brief] Women’s lacrosse loses to Martin County

On March 9, the women’s lacrosse team faced off against Martin County High School in a home game at 7:00 p.m. The team lost to Martin Country in a high scoring game, which ended with a 10-19. In the beginning, the team came out strong took an early few point lead,  but eventually by halftime Martin County was able to catch up to them. […]

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