Category: A&E

Soaking up the Spotlight > Senior Brianna Hall sang her solo of “She Used To Be Mine” which really moved the crowd. Photo by Maddie Betz.

The Final Chorus Show

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Lift Off > Holding a dancer up junior Kaylah Valler carries her on stage. Photo by Jack Schweizer.

Dancing their Hearts Out

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Among the Flowers > Admiring the work of a local North Carolina artist, sophomore Morgan Johnson considers purchasing it. “It was by far the coolest art I had seen all day,” Johnson said. “The paper mache and oil painted sunflowers stood out because those are my favorite flowers.” Photo by Jessica Walker.
Hard work pays off- Band has been a part of sophomore Alex Salgado’s life since strings class in elementary school. “A lot of dedication and work goes into a show and the people make that work seem like so much fun,” Salgado said. Salgado is a tenor sax player and partakes in concert band, marching band, and jazz band.  Picture by Faith Hyer.

Remembrances and Renewals

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Solo: A Ruff Around the Edges Story

Solo: A Ruff Around the Edges Story

Only five months after its last film, Star Wars is back in theaters to make the Kessel Run. The much anticipated Solo: A Star Wars Story released last week to a very mixed reception. Judging by a vast number of the reviews, such as those from Rotten Tomatoes and IMDB, for anyone who has yet to see the film for […]

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Deadpool 2 Review

Deadpool 2 Review

Breaking not just the fourth wall, but the box office as well, Deadpool 2 is a sequel that will make you laugh so hard you wish you wore your brown pants. Seldom does a sequel match up to the original, and Deadpool 2 is without a doubt a major. exception. David Leitch’s follow up to the 2016 knockout blockbuster featuring […]

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A Special Spin on Prom

A Special Spin on Prom

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Infinity War: Balanced Perfection (No Spoilers)

Infinity War: Balanced Perfection (No Spoilers)

After nearly 10 years and 18 films, the stories and characters of the Marvel Cinematic Universe all come together in the culmination of the decade. This review will contain no plot spoilers for the film. Oh boy. I’m still trying to absorb everything after seeing Avengers: Infinity War. The film is just so massive. In the simplest of terms, this […]

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Movie Review on “A Wrinkle in Time”

Movie Review on “A Wrinkle in Time”

Derived from a children’s classic novel, the beloved A Wrinkle in Time movie was released on February 26, 2018. The novel was published in 1962, and fans have since been eagerly awaiting the film’s production. The plot follows a teenage girl, Meg Murry (Storm Reid), her younger adopted brother, Charles Wallace (Deric McCabe), and a teenage friend of Meg’s, Calvin […]

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Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes - The Walking Dead _ Season 8, Episode 16 - Photo Credit: Gene Page/AMC

The Walking Dead Season 8 Finale Review

This review may contain spoilers for parts of the first seven seasons. Another long season of AMC’s hit show “The Walking Dead” concludes, its narrative changed forever. The recent season finale saw the end of the conflict between the groups of Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and antagonist Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) marketed as “all out war.” It’s a welcome end […]

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