Tag: arts and leisure

Sophomore Nicolette Gulla, is preparing to perform at the Orlando Bands of America performance. Photo courtesy of Keith Wechsler.

May’s Musician of the Month: Nicolette Gulla

Nicolette Gulla, a sophomore at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, has been an alto saxophone player for several years. She began in the sixth grade and is going into her sixth year of playing the instrument.   Her older brother, Guido, first inspired her to play. […]

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Here is one of their bowls available for purchase. This includes the cilantro noodles, power beans, balsamic mushrooms, Teriyaki chicken, and the spicy thai sauce. Photo by Delaney Walker.

Bolay opens new location in Coral Springs

On Friday, Feb. 21, Bolay, which is a fresh food restaurant, opened another location in Coral Springs. It is located on Wiles Road in the Royal Eagle Plaza, adjacent to Jeremiah’s and Petco. The chain has several other establishments in West Pembroke Pines, Oviedo and […]

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[Review] Gorillaz single ‘Momentary Bliss’ is a large step away from their usual sound

[Review] Gorillaz single ‘Momentary Bliss’ is a large step away from their usual sound

For those unfamiliar with the alternative rock band Gorillaz, there is quite a lot to learn. The virtual band was created in 1998 by Damon Albarn who was previously the lead singer of the band Blur and Jamie Hewlett,a British artist. The band is a […]

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[Review] Singer Layton Greene tells her own story in new release ‘Tell Ya Story’

Although autotune can occasionally distract from her smooth voice, SoundCloud artist Layton Greene combines her melodies with natural bass rhythms and drum synthesizers to weave the twisted tale of her troubled love life.  Greene’s Tell Ya Story EP released on all platforms on Sept. 27, […]

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At Mid-Week Muffins with Michelle, muffins and coffee were served to teachers and staff. Photo by Darian Williams.

Principal Michelle Kefford proposes Kefford’s Kitchen and Mid Week Muffins with Michelle

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s Principal, Michelle Kefford, opened a door of opportunity for students and staff to socialize with her multiple times throughout the year. She created two programs called Kefford’s Kitchen and Mid Week Muffins with Michelle. Kefford’s Kitchen provides a way for […]

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Thirteen Reasons Why season three shines light on rape in American high schools

Thirteen Reasons Why season three shines light on rape in American high schools

On Aug. 23, 2019, “Thirteen Reasons Why” returned with a third season.The show highlights sensitive topics that are becoming more common in younger generations, such as rape, drug abuse and underage drinking. Now that Katherine Langford (Hannah Baker) has left the cast of the show, […]

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Review: “Flowan” app introduces innovative approach to storytelling

Review: “Flowan” app introduces innovative approach to storytelling

The way stories are told has changed and evolved with our language and technology over time. Soon enough, interactivity became something that readers craved in their media. First, we had “Choose Your Own Adventure,” a book series with multiple ends depending on the choices you […]

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