Category: A&E

One-Punch Man

One-Punch Man

Have you ever wondered what it is like to be a superhero?  In One and Yusuke Murata’s One-Punch Man, the world is covered in superheros with even more villains. The show was my first subtitled anime, and it has changed my perspective on the world of Japanese entertainment.   The anime follows the story of a man named Saitama and […]

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Stranger Things

Stranger Things

Netflix is constantly coming out with new movies and tv series and most of them are surprisingly good to watch. I’ve watched Orange Is The New Black. 13 Reasons Why, Fuller House and my newest obsession is Stranger Things. Stranger Things is a show about a boy named Will, played by Noah Schnapp, who goes missing and the town believes […]

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The Teahouse

The Teahouse

An arbor made of tired wood looms overhead, reaching to half the height of the trees surrounding it, as my car passes under it. It’s dark, but warm texture, welcomes visitors to a safe haven like area. Tires crunch against the gravel as I look out the window to catch a glimpse of the sign hanging from it. There, etched […]

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STANDING TALL Playing to the beat Junior Chad Cross stands strong while everyone is watching. “This season of band has been amazing, I enjoyed every minute that I spent with my band family,” Cross said. Photo by Danielle Jones.

“In This Shirt”

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JUST ANOTHER DAY IN THE LIFE Junior contra player, Brandon Hall, thinks about the show and his form while performing. “It started out as a filler visual but it ended up fitting in well with the show,” Hall said. Photo by Hannah O’Neal.

Into the Woods

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A Tale As Old As Time

A Tale As Old As Time

Disney has become a household name not only in America but all around the world. Every child has a spot in their heart for Disney. Many kids grow up watching Disney movies so when the world spread of this new remake of this movie the frenzy could not be contained. I, myself, can understand the excitement for this movie. I […]

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Challenges of a dancer

Challenges of a dancer

The crowd cheers as the young performer dances flawlessly across the stage.  The dancer and their team puts in countless hours in the studio working on technique and rhythm. Cheri Crabtree makes the choreography and corrects the dancers techniques in order to minimize mistakes.   On dance team the dancers face many challenges, including problems with school and injury. For […]

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13 Reasons Why Review

13 Reasons Why Review

A decade ago, Jay Asher’s 2007 novel, 13 Reasons Why was released; it eventually would grow to become a New York Times bestseller. This year, we see the debut of a Netflix original series, adapted from the novel and produced under the same title. The show follows the lives of Hannah Baker and Clay Jensen with the use of a […]

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The Ugly Mug

The Ugly Mug

Cozy hidden gem coffee shops are one of my favorite places to spend my time on a winter afternoon and the Ugly Mug with it’s unique design, interesting history and friendly atmosphere is the perfect place to do just that. After ordering an iced cafe mocha and a chocolate chip cookie I sat at a bar that was pushed against […]

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Raleigh Bluegrass Festival

Raleigh Bluegrass Festival

Raleigh’s bluegrass festival was filled with lively music, a plethora of food trucks, all different kinds of beer, and most of all- North Carolina pride. This festival is a result of a six year partnership with the city of Raleigh and the International Bluegrass Music Association. The festival lasted from Friday, September 30 to Sunday, October 1. There were over […]

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