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New bachelorette announced early

New bachelorette announced early

ALLIE STEIN, THE BITE EDITOR
February 28, 2017
Filed under THE BITE

   Spoiler alert! The next bachelorette was announced on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”  directly after the Feb. 13 episode of “The Bachelor.”  Rachel Lindsay was chosen to be next season’s bachelorette while still competing on this season of “The Bachelor.”    According to “The Bachelor” and “...

Strike gold with five of Florida’s hidden treasures

CARLY SWAIN, STAFF WRITER
February 22, 2017
Filed under FOCUS, SHOWCASE

   Tourists come from all around the world to experience the theme parks in Florida. Disney World, Universal Studios and Busch Gardens are just a few destinations that attract millions of people every year. Still, even the biggest theme-park junkie needs an escape from tourists every once in a...

The jury is in on jerseys

ANDREW MILLER, STAFF WRITER
February 22, 2017
Filed under SPORTS

BEST: JM Strong Baseball     Last school year tragedy struck the Trinity family. Beloved senior John Michael Night suffered a devastating brainstem stroke that left our whole community reeling. In the past year, there have been many efforts to honor John Michael, including one made by Trinity’...

Lions make a roar in the Orlando community

Lions make a roar in the Orlando community

MICHAEL HULL, STAFF WRITER
February 22, 2017
Filed under SHOWCASE, SPORTS

On March 8, 2015, the Orlando City Lions took on New York City Football Club in what was the Lions first game as a major league soccer (MLS) franchise. More than 60,000 fans packed the Citrus Bowl to watch the team play. Alongside the Orlando Magic, the Lions became the city’s second major professional...

United we march

MELISSA PREGASEN, STAFF WRITER
February 22, 2017
Filed under EDITORIALS

In unison the world shouted. Washington, D.C. Orlando, Florida. Los Angeles, California. Chicago, Illinois. London, England. Buenos Aires, Argentina. Sydney, Australia. Seoul, South Korea. Nairobi, Kenya. McMurdo Station, Antarctica. Millions of voices on every continent joined together to march...

Predictions for Oscar nominations

Predictions for Oscar nominations

ALLIE STEIN and GRACE BENEKE
February 14, 2017
Filed under THE BITE

  The Academy Awards is right around the corner and is the most highly watched awards show of the entire year. Comedian Jimmy Kimmel is hosting the show this year for the first time. Check out The Bite’s predictions to see who will be going home with the coveted Oscar awards. Be sure to find out who...

Fifteen minutes of Common Kings

ALLIE STEIN, THE BITE EDITOR
February 14, 2017
Filed under THE BITE

  Common Kings is a reggae, rock and island band who just released their latest album, “Lost in Paradise” in 2017. Comprised of JR King, Taumata Grey, Ivan Kirimaua and Jerome Taito, the band has had much success lately and has even toured with Justin Timberlake and Fifth Harmony. The Bite had the ch...

Bite into the “Santa Clarita Diet”

Bite into the “Santa Clarita Diet”

Julia Gibbons, STAFF WRITER
February 14, 2017
Filed under THE BITE

With the new year, come new and noteworthy TV shows. Netflix has been on a roll releasing binge-worthy TV shows that appeal to a variety of views including “Stranger Things,” “Narcos” and “The Crown.”  Recently, Netflix has just released a new series called “Santa Clarita Diet.” It’s...

Lawson leads lacrosse team and school

Lawson leads lacrosse team and school

Lily Israel, SPORTS EDITOR
February 10, 2017
Filed under SHOWCASE, SPORTS

Lawson opened up the new school year with a traditional welcome speech to the entire student body. However, students were surprised that the subject was not another work as hard as you can or seize every opportunity in high school. Rather, Lawson talked about a lasting memory he had while coaching boys...

Celebrating the best of 2016

Julia Gibbons, Allie Stein, and Elizabeth Fenichel
February 10, 2017
Filed under LIFESTYLES

TV Shows:    “The Get Down” is a Netflix original series set in New York in the ‘70s.  The series follows a group of African American teenagers and is a fun and not terribly long series if you’re looking for something new to watch.    “Speechless” follows the DiMeo family comprised of husb...

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