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Imagining the perfect night

“What a great night to be alive!” Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds yelled into a crowd of thousands at the Mattress Firm Amphitheater in Chula Vista, anticipating the night of a lifetime last Thursday, Sept. 28. Beginning the night with artists K. FLay and Grouplove,  the night was sure to be …

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Mother!’s Distorted Creation

Mother! is the newest addition to director Darren Aronofsky’s unique and acclaimed lineup of movies. The film has been critiqued heavily, apparently because many reviewers have failed to remove the movie from the context of the “horror” genre. Mother! comments on the blind faith and the fallibility of religion using …

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The new Niall Horan

The members of the most famous boyband from 2010-2016 (on hiatus), One Direction, have all begun their solo careers and are showing their talent on stage. This is the first time they will be on stage as soloists and are all showing their personal talent. Member Harry Styles and former …

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Can you dig it?

  MC’s Girls Volleyball Team is back on the court and the girls are starting another season with Captain Abby Basford, who is ready to lead the girls to victory. “As it’s my third year of being on varsity volleyball, I feel more comfortable and more confident as a player …

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Yum Dim Sum

Mira Mesa, a hot spot for all things Asian and more, has opened a new Chinese restaurant on 10660 Camino Ruiz, San Diego. Fung Fung Yuen is a Dim Sum establishment that opened on Aug. 8th in replacement of the local Home Town Buffet. Dim Sum is a Chinese tradition …

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Dance Troupe’s strong season

Mt. Carmels’s Dance Troupe (MCDT) can be depended on to bring heat, energy, and passion to any performance, whether on the stage, basketball court, or under the Friday Night Lights. In their 2016-2017 season, MCDT has brought back numerous titles from dance competitions leading up to Nationals. The road to …

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Rogers enlightens The Irenic

Maggie Rogers is a banjo-loving breed of an ethereal beat baby and a 70’s folksy fringe Woodstock attendee. She graced the stage, or should I say pulpit, of the Irenic in North Park this past Monday. Set in a reconstructed church, the narrow room with a high ceiling and stained …

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Oh, how Wonderful

“Step out into the sun, skies above they radiate me.” The golden goodness of Oh Wonder can only be described as a  heavenly mixture of pacifying piano, balanced harmonies, and steady rhythms. Their delicate alt-indie music evokes a feeling of floating and levity that isn’t entirely of this world. On …

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