Elden Ring is Finally Out and it’s a Masterpiece

Ben Huynh April 7, 2022

Elden Ring is a souls-like game that primarily revolves around difficult combat in an incredible open-world. Developed by FromSoftware and published by Bandai Namco, the Japanese game companies responsible...

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Turning Red Review

Hannah Kim and Alice Kim April 6, 2022

Do you remember a time when life suddenly felt weird? When you felt gross and as if you were being judged by others? If so, check out the heartwarming new Pixar film, Turning Red. Rewinding back to...

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West Side Story Review: A Thoughtful Take on a Timeless Classic

Abby Conrad March 22, 2022

The first time I watched my grandmother’s favorite movie, West Side Story, I was seven, sitting on the couch next to her. I was wide-eyed throughout the whole thing, but as the end credits rolled, I...

Spider-Man: No Way Home Review + Who is the Best Spider-Man?

Austin Roch, Jackson Palich, and Dawood Kashif January 27, 2022

Review Spider-Man: No Way Home, grossing over 1.75 billion dollars in less than a month, has become the 12th highest-grossing film ever and has had no problem securing its spot as one of the best Marvel...

Love, Simon Brings Representation to Hollywood

April 20, 2018

Words: Lien Hoang After months of anticipation, the movie Love, Simon, based off the book Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli, finally released in March with a 92% approval rate from...

Centennial Theatre Department Takes the Stage With 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

March 27, 2018

Words: Natalie Keane During the weekend of March 23, the Centennial High School Theatre Department presented the 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee in Centennial’s auditorium. The musical, packed...

Stranger Things Season Two Review

November 29, 2017

Words: Natalie Keane As the end of October rolled around, season two of Netflix’s hit show Stranger Things was released, giving its millions of fans a look at the new problems arising in the fictional...

The Great Indie Christmas Playlist

December 19, 2014

  Words: Amanda Krew If Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra just aren’t your cup of eggnog. Dr.Dog- Oh My Christmas Tree This EP, released just last year, is packed with Dr.Dog’s signature harmonies...

Music to Keep on Your Radar, Issue II

November 20, 2014

Words: Amanda Krew St. Vincent by St. Vincent Genre: indie/art pop Annie Clark, better known as St. Vincent, delivers her fourth full length LP with what may be a creative peak for the singer/song writer/guitarist....

Urinetown Production Filled with Triple Threats

November 17, 2014

Words: Amanda Krew This weekend, the stage lights illuminated a Centennial Theatre production in direct contrast with shows we have seen on their stage before. Urinetown is a politically laced, satirical...

Upcoming Concerts 10/14/14

October 14, 2014

Words: Amanda Krew   Minus the Bear @ Rock & Roll Hotel 10/19 Genre-Indie rock If you like- Panic at the Disco, Circa Survive, Modest Mouse Seattle based indie rock band, Minus the Bear, will...

Portugal. The Man/ Grouplove Concert Review

September 24, 2014

Words: Amanda Krew On September 12th, a packed Merriweather Post Pavilion was buzzing with excited fans anticipating Honda Civic’s 13th annual tour. This years headliners included indie-pop crowd pleasers,...

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