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Safe Haven Movie Review

Alexa Hesseldenz, A&E staff writer

March 1, 2013


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The key to a Nicholas Spark movie is: a beach, a passionate love story and one crazy twist ending. The 2013 film “Safe Haven” has all three of these important elements. For anyone who has read a Nicholas Sparks novel, you probably went in expecting the usual dramatic love story like previous movies...

The Oscars present awards to film industry’s best

Michelle Ngan, Section Editor

February 28, 2013


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It was the end of a long night, and Oscars host Seth MacFarlane decided to sing a song dedicated to the losers of the night. Accompanied by Kristen Chenoweth, MacFarlane acknowledged many of the night’s less successful celebrities, singing, “To the disappointed actors wondering what they dressed...

Best and Worst Dressed of the Grammys

Best and Worst Dressed of the Grammys

Alexa Hesseldenz, A&E staff writer

February 21, 2013


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The Grammys, a night full of awards, celebrities, and of course one of the world’s largest platforms to showcase the latest or most outrageous, depending on your opinion, fashion. Most showed up in beautiful tailored suits and jaw dropping dresses that left the audience speechless. Some, on the oth...

Topshop opens new flagship store at The Grove

Topshop opens new flagship store at The Grove

Michelle Ngan, Section Editor

February 21, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Top Stories

British clothing retailer and celebrity favorite Topshop recently opened its newest location at The Grove in Hollywood. Until now, Southern Californian shoppers had to shop either at the Las Vegas store or online. This is the fourth flagship store in the United States, with other locations in New York...

White Rabbit of Disneyland refuses to hug black child

White Rabbit of Disneyland refuses to hug black child

Josh Cho, Staff Writer

February 13, 2013


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The happiest place on earth failed to place a smile on one family. Last August, a family filed a lawsuit claiming that the White Rabbit of Disneyland was racist. The Rabbit refused to hug one of the children, and the family believed that he intentionally rejected the child because he was black. Annella...

Most Anticipated Movies of 2013

Michelle Ngan, Section Editor

February 11, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Iron Man 3 The final conclusion to the three-part series, “Iron Man 3” focuses on self-proclaimed genius, billionaire, playboy, and philanthropist Tony Stark (Downey Jr.), who is now accustomed to living his life both as Stark and Iron Man. He has the home, the perfect girl in Pepper Potts (Pa...

Grammys prove to be a star-studded night

Grammys prove to be a star-studded night

Michelle Ngan, Section Editor

February 11, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Top Stories

The Grammys have been long heralded as the ultimate honor for music-related accomplishments. At the 2013 Grammys, performers both new and old were awarded for their achievements in 2012. Hosted by LL Cool J and held at the Staples Center, the awards ceremony featured some of the most popular names in...

Most Anticipated Music of 2013

Most Anticipated Music of 2013

Nicca Panggat, section editor

February 11, 2013


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The Weeknd: TBA For somewhat of a celebrity, Abel Tesfaye (also known by his stage name “The Weeknd”) is a little bit of a social media recluse. He Tweets often but cryptically and never about his work, and if he has done any interviews with media outlets, they have yet to surface on the magic ...

It’s not Fall Out Boy’s reunion, it’s their return

It’s not Fall Out Boy’s reunion, it’s their return

Nicca Panggat, section editor

February 11, 2013


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I survived the Fall Out Boy hiatus of 2009-2013. …okay, that’s probably an extremely overdramatic statement, but my sentiment remains the same. The Chicago-born band was a powerhouse on the music scene just over three years ago, right before they cut their ties with the world and announced...

Return of the Powerpuff Girls

Return of the Powerpuff Girls

Gisela Factora, staff writer

February 11, 2013


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If you, like me, grew up watching three girls made of sugar, spice, and everything nice (with a dash of Chemical X) fight evil while still being home in time for dinner, then you, like me, will be overly excited to hear that the Bubbles, Blossom, and Buttercup are making a comeback. The Powerpuff Girls re...

Olly Murs performs to a pumped-up House of Blues

Michelle Ngan, Section Editor

February 7, 2013


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Less than a year after he toured America with British boyband One Direction, 28-year-old Essex-born Olly Murs returned to the States on his own three-date concert series. His last show was at Sunset Boulevard’s House of Blues. Even before he came on stage, the audience was chanting his name; when...

Les Miserables Movie Review

Alexa hesseldenz, A&E Staff Writer

February 7, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

When people of a non theatrical background hear about a movie such as “Les Miserables”, a musical based on the novel by French poet and playwright Victor Hugo, they tend to get a bit intimidated thinking they will be walking into the next “Phantom of The Opera.” I myself never having seen the...

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