Review: Disney’s Food and Wine Festival
BY ALEXANDRA SANSONE The annoyance associated with rising early had long been forgotten as people lined the entrance of Epcot an hour before the park opened eagerly basking in the anticipation of getting to participate in the magical Disney experience. Once the clock struck nine, people began trickling into... Read more
Review: “Game of Tiaras” puts drama department’s passion on full display
BY DANIEL RAKOWER With great shows filled with talented casts and memorable performances under its belt, CCHS’ thespians have managed to put on another fantastic show this year following last year’s “Little Shop of Horrors” with their production of “Game of Tiaras.” The show is a parody of both... Read more
“Thor: Ragnarok” is a godly misstep
BY DANIEL RAKOWER In the Norse myths of old, “Ragnarok” is a story of death and tragedy. It is a war so cataclysmal that it plunges the world into ice and fire, burning and breaking away the old world, and letting the new world be born in its ashes.... Read more
Review: Starbucks Zombie Frappucino
BY JULIA WENGIER Just in time for Halloween, Starbucks released a new frappuccino on October 26 for a limited time only. The “Zombie Frappuccino” is available until Halloween in the United States and Canada, and is meant to be the perfect seasonal drink to raise the spooky spirits of... Read more
“Stranger Things 2”: Things get boring
BY DARIAN SABLON When “Stranger Things,” created by Matt and Ross Duffer, first came out in the summer of 2016, it was an instant hit for Netflix. People all around the world raved about the weird happenings in the small town of Hawkins, Indiana. So, it was no surprise when... Read more
“Turtles All the Way Down”: A realistic insight on mental illness
BY JULIA WENGIER “Turtles All the Way Down,” written by bestselling author John Green, follows a 16-year-old girl, Aza, who is struggling with mental illness.  At first glance, “Turtles All the Way Down” is a mystery novel in which Aza steps up, despite her anxiety, to become a great... Read more
Kellywise the dancing clown: SNL makes its highly anticipated return
BY ANNABELLE ROSA With the return of Saturday Night Live (SNL) came the ever comedic political satire which the show has become so famous for. The previous season of the variety show was heavily laced with similar political fanfare, unintentionally bolstering the popularity of mocking the presidential candidates of... Read more
Review: “Blade Runner 2049”
BY DARIAN SABLON When “Blade Runner” first came out in 1982, it was an immediately divisive movie, splitting critics amongst those that hailed its unique visuals and storytelling while others criticized its slow pace and lack of plot development. Since its original release, “Blade Runner” has gained a cult... Read more
Review: “Happy Death Day”
BY GENNA NORDLING Happy Death Day is a horror movie telling the story of a self-centered sorority sister, Tree, who continues to live the same day over and over again due to her being murdered in cold-blood each night. For those who want to be absolutely terrified, viewing Happy... Read more
Halloween Horror Nights: The longest nightmare I’ve ever had
BY KYLE NELSON Another year of fear is now upon us as Universal Studios Orlando has launched their 27th annual Halloween Horror Nights. This year did not disappoint. With nine haunted mazes, five scare zones and two shows, HHN 27 is guaranteed to knock your socks off. In HHN... Read more