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The Stranger remains steadfast

There is no feeling that compares to that of addictive reading. Recently in the AP Literature and Expos classroom, Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World was introduced to many MC seniors; some lapped it up with glee and others simply chose to depend on Sparknotes over the actual text. For those …

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The charm of First Aid Kit

Browsing mindlessly through music videos, one in particular caught my eye. The small featured image on the right side bar depicted two females, done up strangely in 80s-like makeup. But it was not perms that was so out of the ordinary, but rather both of  their intensely forlorn gazes. Not …

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The End of the F***ing World

Released on Jan. 5, 2018, Netflix original series “The End of the F**cking World”, has been catching the attentions of fans, including mine. With the luring dark but comedic plot of a 17 year old outcast, James, played by Alex Lawther, he believes he is a crazed psychopath with a …

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Turtles All the Way down

With four books topping the New York Times best seller list, including The Fault in our Stars and Paper Towns, John Green has established himself as an author for the ages. His newest novel, Turtles All the Way Down has sold over 23 million copies since its release on Oct. …

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Podcasts: reinventing media

With over 20% of Americans listening monthly, podcasts have grown significantly among the average citizen. Listener engagement and retention is among the highest of all forms of media, so what’s making podcasts so popular? A podcast (originally a name meaning iPod broadcast) is simply a digital audio recording of a …

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Vista Kicks live at the House of Blues

Young adults wearing flannels and ankle boots casually walked  into the House of Blues on Dec. 13. The crowd stood still, anxiously waiting for the band Vista Kicks to perform their latest music from their 2017 album Booty Shakers Ball. Nodding  their heads and swaying  along to the opening acts, …

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Penumbra’s magical planet

The smell of musk mixes with worn leather and dried ink. Dust particles dance in the beam of sunlight that shoots through the open windows, illuminating the front of the store, but falls short of piercing the wayback list. Floor to ceiling, the wallpaper of the store is the leatherbacks …

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When Lo-Fi leaves the bedroom

A different type of angelic voice was singing in the old church that night and people swarmed into the room as if it were a Sunday meeting. Musicians Laura Morgan and Jordan Shih, from Orlando, FL, came  together four years ago to create an  indie pop duo called SALES. The …

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