Review: Foxy Shazam – The Church Of Rock And Roll
BY JEREMY HAAS Foxy Shazam is an American rock band hailing from Cincinnati, Ohio. The band started their musical career labeled as a “post-hardcore” group with their self-released debut album The Flamingo Trigger. Since then, they have changed a lot, but their strong sense of individuality has been a... Read more
Review: You Me At Six – Sinners Never Sleep
BY EMILY PERL For a band that has been touring since 2006, You Me at Six have come a long way. From their first album, Take Off Your Colours, to their newest release Sinners Never Sleep, it is easy to see just how much this band has grown and... Read more
Review: Radiohead At The American Airlines Area
BY JACK BRADY On February 27th, alternative rock legends Radiohead kicked off their first world tour in five years at the American Airlines arena in Miami and shattered all audience expectations. The group had rehearsed for an entire year to translate the complexities of The King of Limbs into... Read more
Review: The Walking Dead Season 2
BY JEREMY HAAS Ever wonder what happens after a zombie movie ends? Usually, one of these gore-fests will conclude with a rag-tag faction of survivors triumphing over the undead.  Other times, the protagonists are not so lucky, but the question always remains; what happens next? Luckily, we now have... Read more
Review: Kelly Clarkson-Stronger (Deluxe Edition)
BY ALYSSA FISHER As she matures, making music seems to be getting easier for Kelly Clarkson. Her newest album, Stronger, lives up to it’s title, trumping not only the current pop-diva competition, but also all of her previous albums. Lyrically, the songs deal heavily with relationships and empowerment, two... Read more
Review: Childish Gambino – Camp
BY JEREMY HAAS Childish Gambino is a 28 year old, American rapper better known by his birth name, Donald Glover.  He initially gained popularity through his sketch comedy group, DerrickComedy.  He is more currently recognized for his acting in the NBC show Community. Glover started his rap project in... Read more
Review: Bjork – Biophilia
BY JACK BRADY After a 4-year studio hiatus, legendary Icelandic music icon Bjork returns with her seventh solo studio album, Biophilia. Combining the raw, organic creativity of Bjork’s music with cutting edge production techniques, the result is a sprawling creation with a range that extends from the cosmic to... Read more
Retro Review: Talk Talk’s Spirit of Eden
BY DESIREE DEMOLINA When romantic imagination has us returning to the past, we forgo the present for the simplicity and perceived beauty of long-ago. Music is curious in this instance. It purposely endows us with the feeling of timelessness. Talk Talk’s Spirit of Eden encompasses this effect. Released in... Read more
Village Of Horrors Is A Bloody Good Time
BY ALYSSA FISHER There was blood everywhere. Dripping down the walls, stained on the picture frames, even on splattered along the floor. It was a horrifying site, and I couldn’t believe I was there to witness it. On October 13, I somehow willingly entered the gates of The Village... Read more
Review: CCHS’s Drama Department Puts On West Side Story
BY HAILEE YAEGER Cooper City High School’s Drama Club put on a production of West Side Story on October 4-6, 2011 and to see a high school come together to do such a big name show was impressive. West Side Story, written by Jerome Robbins, is set in the... Read more