Review: The Unfortunate Viewing of a Series of Unfortunate Events
BY DARIAN SABLON When I was a little kid, one of my absolute favorite book series was Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, which tells the story of the three Baudelaire children, orphaned after a fire destroyed their house and killed their parents in the process. It was... Read more
Review: Good Pie Company
BY NUHA ISLAM Driving down University Drive past the massive Super Target, a brightly colored tie dye bench will draw the attention of drivers and passengers alike. The eye-catching little advertisement directs folks to an unassuming shop across the street; a humble little pie shop known as the Good... Read more
Review: Hairspray Live
BY CASSIDY NOWOSAD Hairspray Live aired Thursday, December 8th making it the fourth live musical NBC has aired. I watched eagerly as Hairspray is one of my favorite broadway plays. Maddie Baillio really fit the look of the main character Tracy I always had come to love, but her... Read more
Review: CCHS Puts On Another Great Variety Show
BY KARINA BLODNIEKS When Dawson Worley stepped on stage twirling an umbrella in his hands, the entire crowd went wild. It is in moments like these that the CCHS student body truly gets to join together as one entity. “I was really surprised at how well put-together it was... Read more
Review: Dr. Strange
BY DANIEL RAKOWER Doctor Strange is most definitely the weirdest movie I have seen all year in terms of visuals, but the story itself is not as strange as the title character suggests. It’s all in all not a surprise from Marvel Studios, delivering a action packed thrill ride... Read more
Review: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
BY SKYLER JONES-BOXWELL As someone who had last read the Harry Potter series when teachers still required reading lists, and who had never so much as glanced at one of the movies, going in to see Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find them was sort of a gamble. Would... Read more
Review: Fall Netflix Bingelist
BY LINDSEY HANNAH Netflix is quickly becoming a viable replacement for traditional cable television. With a host of new shows added monthly, including an increasing selection of original programs, it’s easy to get lost in this broad selection. Without further ado, here are some binge-worthy series from a variety... Read more
BY SAVANNAH KEYSER AND TAMARAH WALLACE Whether it’s the start of a new series or the continuation of one with a new season, Fall TV is packed full of new entertainment for viewers all across the country. Designated Survivor Every year during the State of the Union Address, one member of the Cabinet... Read more
Review: Bento Cafe
BY NUHA ISLAM Every person that leaves for in state Florida college comes back a changed person. They come home  and rave about Bento Asian Cafe + Sushi with a hunger in their eye unparalleled by any Asian style eatery here in Cooper City. So when I got wind... Read more
Review: Escape The Quest
BY KENDYL COUNTS Finding yourself in a locked, windowless room with cryptic messages scattered about sounds like the setting of a pretty standard nightmare. Though slightly more frightful than delightful, those that love a good thrill may be willing to tackle the chilling challenge presented by Escape the Quest.... Read more