Arts & Entertainment

Redemption: Deep waters

By |2018-10-04T14:04:30+00:00October 4th, 2018|Arts & Entertainment, Books|

Senior Kamryn Schultz finishes up her serialized book titled Redemption. Chapters will be revealed every two weeks. Make sure to check back twice a month and leave comments on what you think about it. If you missed the fifteenth chapter, read Trust. Interlaken reminded me of a fairytale my mom used to read me. There were these pixies, and they were trying to reach a mountain full of treasure. And just below the mountain, resting peacefully along the shallow waters, was a lake town.

Featured art, No. 1, 2018-19

By |2018-10-04T08:18:20+00:00October 2nd, 2018|Arts & Entertainment, Feature Art|

Description: First year art students were asked to find 25 words, in different fonts, that described themselves. The students used perspective, positive/negative space in layering their words and color schemes on their project. The medias used for this project were ink pen and colored pencils.

Unbroken: Path to Redemption incorporates faith element, story of recovery

By |2018-09-24T09:13:10+00:00September 20th, 2018|Arts & Entertainment, Home Feature 2, Movies/TV, Opinions|

Unbroken: Path to Redemption continues the true story of Louis Zamperini (Samuel Hunt) told in Unbroken, released in 2014, and based off the book by Lauren Hillenbrand. Directed by Harold Cronk, the follow up covers Louis’s struggles after the war and remarkable redemption. The movie opens with a synopsis of the previous movie. The way it told Louis's story interested me; it made a timeline with animations of newspaper headlines, but the pictures were action scenes from his life. I thought this was a resourceful way to start the movie off with action and still provide context.

Bird Scooters take over the United States, and now Fresno

By |2018-09-18T13:35:30+00:00September 18th, 2018|Arts & Entertainment, Home Feature 2, News, Reviews|

Are Bird Scooters the future or a fad? Popular cities all over the U.S have been invaded by Birds, but not the aviary type. Bird is a Scooter Sharing Company based out of Santa Monica, California. Founded by the former executive of Uber and Lyft, Travis VanderZanden aims to bring a new form of city transportation to the table.

Review: The Bitter Side of Sweet

By |2018-09-24T09:15:41+00:00September 11th, 2018|Arts & Entertainment, Books, Reviews|

The Bitter Side of Sweet, by Tara Sullivan, shares the story of Amadou, a fifteen-year old boy and his eight-year old brother Seydou. Imprisoned on a cocoa farm that uses child labor in the center of Ivory Coast, Africa, the brothers fight to survive and reach harvesting quotas each day.

House of JuJu offers new menu items, location

By |2018-09-10T20:56:07+00:00September 10th, 2018|Arts & Entertainment, Food, Home Feature 2, Opinions|

By far the JuJu Bleu was the best burger on the plate. Every element of the burger combined to make an amazing symphony of flavors. It was sharp and tangy while being unique in flavor.

Christopher Robin movie review

By |2018-08-30T13:37:07+00:00August 30th, 2018|Arts & Entertainment, Home Feature 2, Reviews|

Recreating one of the most iconic Disney movies of all time, Christopher Robin aims to remind the audience of the simplicity of life. With classic character appearances such as Winnie the Pooh (Jim Cummings), Piglet (Nick Mohammed), and Eeyore (Brad Garrett), the 2018 version adds a little more magic and heart to the already lovable classic.

Crackin’ Crab Claw specializes in Louisiana style dishes

By |2018-09-06T09:23:29+00:00August 21st, 2018|Arts & Entertainment, Food|

Nestled in Woodward Village lies Angry Asian’s Crackin’ Crab Claw, a small restaurant specializing in Louisiana dishes and Cajun cooking. Crackin’ Crab Claw takes traditional southern recipes and brings them to fruition thousands of miles away from New Orleans.

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