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Fifteen minutes of Pentatonix

Fifteen minutes of Pentatonix

ALLIE STEIN and JULIA GIBBONS
April 12, 2016
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   Pentatonix (PTX) is an a cappella group from Arlington, Texas consisting of five vocalists. PTX formed in 2011 and made their fame the same year by winning NBC’s show “The Sing-Off.” They also have their own YouTube channel with 10 million subscribers and more than a billion views accumulati...

“Mama Said” to listen to Lukas Graham’s new album

“Mama Said” to listen to Lukas Graham’s new album

ELIZABETH FENICHEL, ONLINE EDITOR
April 12, 2016
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You may have been hearing the name Lukas Graham recently.  Lukas Graham Forchammer is the lead singer of the band “Lukas Graham” who have just released their first full album, also named “Lukas Graham.”  The band was off to a great start after their song, “7 Years,” reached number two on...

Zayn Malik makes a mark with “Mind of Mine”

Zayn Malik makes a mark with “Mind of Mine”

ALLIE STEIN, THE BITE EDITOR
April 6, 2016
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   On March 25, 2015 Zayn Malik left the beloved boy band, One Direction.  When Malik left the band, this caused devastation from fans all across the world. Little did people know that Malik would publish a solo album, “Mind of Mine,” exactly one year after his departure from the band. He rec...

SAG Awards or Diversity Awards?

LILY BOUNDS, staff writer
March 10, 2016
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Last Saturday night brought the 22nd annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards and a refreshingly diverse group of nominees. With many actors threatening to boycott the Oscars because of its lack of diversity, it has been an interesting awards season so far. The SAG Awards and its list of nominees could...

“Fuller House” Review

“Fuller House” Review

ALLIE STEIN, STAFF WRITER
March 9, 2016
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   “Full House” was one of the most beloved TV shows during the late 80s and throughout the 90s and has still remained one of the most popular shows due to its success of late night reruns. In August, 2014, there were rumors that there would be a spin-off series created. John Stamos, who playe...

Sparks fly in Sparks movies

Sparks fly in Sparks movies

LILY BOUNDS, staff writer
March 4, 2016
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When you hear the name “Nicholas Sparks,” you either cheer or groan, there’s no in between. The sappy, cliché romance novel- turned blockbusters have been turning teenage girls into pools of tears for years. In honor of the latest of these films, “The Choice,” hitting theatres on February...

Make “Room” for a new wave of Oscars

Make “Room” for a new wave of Oscars

JULIA GIBBONS, STAFF WRITER
March 2, 2016
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     The most magical night of the year is finally over, the Oscars. Celebrating its 88th year, the Oscars has a film for everyone at home, from DiCaprio’s performance in The Revenant to Disney’s Inside Out. Even Jimmy Kimmel got into the Oscars spirit by making another one of his famous “Cel...

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ sound is “Growing Up” with new album

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ sound is “Growing Up” with new album

ALLIE STEIN, STAFF WRITER
February 29, 2016
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   Macklemore and Ryan Lewis have become one of the most popular rap and hip hop duos since their release of The Heist in 2012. The Heist featured two songs, “Thrift Shop” and “Can’t Hold Us,” that both reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Since the debut of their first album as a duo, Ma...

Taylor Swift makes history at the Grammys

Taylor Swift makes history at the Grammys

ALLIE STEIN and JULIA GIBBONS
February 17, 2016
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Just like any awards show, the 58th Grammy Awards was full of ups and downs. Sadly for the Grammys, it was more on the down side since the recent deaths of famous artists David Bowie, Glenn Frey and Maurice White. It was full of unexpected surprises, technical difficulties and sad musical tributes. Although...

Elton John’s new album doesn’t make for a “Wonderful Crazy Night”

Elton John’s new album doesn’t make for a “Wonderful Crazy Night”

ELIZABETH FENICHEL, BITE EDITOR
February 16, 2016
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Although I’d like to say that Elton John’s music hasn’t significantly changed in these 40 years since his first album, the changes are drastic and not for the better.  We all know Elton John as one of the most iconic rock singers, but his new album Wonderful Crazy Night doesn’t add to this tit...

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