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The 90’s were all that

Taylor Morris & Colette Jay April 7, 2015

So many memorable things came out of the 90’s, scrunchies, Silly Putty, flavored Lip Smackers lip balm, Fresh Prince of Bel Air- sound familiar? These are some of the things we remember as a part of...

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Palos Verdes High School Musical

Alysia del Campo April 7, 2015

High School Musical, the movie everyone secretly loves, is being performed by the Palos Verdes High School Drama Department on April 17-19, and 23-26, 2015. High School Musical takes place at East High...

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Music festival frenzy

Music festival frenzy

Colette Garcia April 7, 2015

Frolicking from stage to stage, enjoying  acts ranging from bands to rappers to pop singers, the music festival has become one of the biggest growing trends in the entertainment industry in the past couple...

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Go Set a Watchman

Jasmine Kim April 7, 2015

Fifty-five years ago, world-renowned author Harper Lee gained popularity and fame after publishing her award-winning novel, To Kill a Mockingbird. Up until last summer, it was known to the public that...

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Chart Toppers of 2014

Alsyia Del Campo February 17, 2015

There were a lot of great songs in the year of 2014 but 10 stood out the most. First, we have the song “Blank Space” by Taylor Swift. It was a big hit because in her new album, 1989, she progressed...

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Are Vinyl Records Back?

Are Vinyl Records Back?

Alexandra Forsey, Writer November 19, 2014

Considering the global domination of streaming music and digital downloads, is it reasonable to believe that vinyl records are having a resurgence?  Nielsen SoundScan, the most recognized tracker of...

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Haters Gonna Hate Hate Hate Hate Hate

Jasmine Kim, Writer November 19, 2014

Rising star Taylor Swift “shook off the haters” in her 2014 album titled 1989, released Oct. 27, 2014. Transitioning from her previous country style, Swift confirmed her decision to become all pop...

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The Friendzone

The Friendzone

Ryan Moore, Writer October 23, 2014

Every nice guys worst nightmare. For those of you who don’t know what the friendzone is or somehow have never found yourself in it, it’s pretty much when a girl, or a guy in some cases, values your...

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Knott’s Scary Farm Vs. Universal Studio’s Horror Nights

Knott’s Scary Farm Vs. Universal Studio’s Horror Nights

Fiona Kane, Writer October 23, 2014

It’s that time of the year, for all things fear, and theme parks are no exception.  It is well known that Disneyland, Universal Studios Hollywood, and Knott’s Berry Farm dress up for terror during...

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Trick or Treat or Nothing Sweet

Trick or Treat or Nothing Sweet

Colette Garcia, Writer October 23, 2014

Snickers, Reese’s, M&M’s, Sour Patch Kids, and all kinds of sweets fill kid’s pillow cases to the brim every October 31st.  As they travel from door to door exclaiming “Trick or Treat!”...

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Avenue Q Comes to PV High

Jasmine Kim, Writer October 23, 2014

A racy, comical mix between “Sesame Street” and “South Park,” Avenue Q is a unique and innovative play featuring felt puppets, each with their own vibrant and unorthodox personalities. The hilariously...

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Non-Stop Action

Non-Stop Action

Fiona Kane, Staff Writer March 12, 2014

Have you ever wanted to acquire a fear of flying in planes recently? The new thriller, “Non-Stop” might be for you! The movie begins with Liam Neeson’s character, Bill Marks, at JFK airport, preparing...

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