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Not to be missed: Coastline Festival heats up the Sunshine State

Not to be missed: Coastline Festival heats up the Sunshine State

SARINA SUTTON and KENDALL ROTAR

November 25, 2013


Filed under THE BITE

Music, food, art and good company. What else could you need for a great weekend? Coastline Festival, dubbed a “Musiculinary Experience,” combines all of these elements in an eclectic festival experience that screams a good time. You can be a part of this unique experience in Tampa on November 9 or...

Sheerios and Tolkeinists alike eagerly await “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug”

Sheerios and Tolkeinists alike eagerly await “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug”

KELSEY TSCHOPP, STAFF WRITER

November 19, 2013


Filed under LIFESTYLES, THE BITE

  Ed Sheeran and J.R.R. Tolkein fans, do not fret. The long drought is officially over. Sheeran recently released his newest single, “I See Fire” on November 4. “I See Fire” will be featured as the end credit song for Peter Jackson’s new film, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.   Sheeran’s new...

“Champion” champions over young adult novels

“Champion” champions over young adult novels

ZACH KOBRIN, OPINIONS EDITOR

November 19, 2013


Filed under THE BITE

   While many young adult readers have been obsessing over The Hunger Games and Divergent, another highly underrated dystopian series has finished its run with the climactic Champion. Author Marie Lu closed her praised Legend trilogy on November 5 with the release of the final installment Champion...

Bringing down the house: Chase Rice leaves fans feeling “like whoa”

Bringing down the house: Chase Rice leaves fans feeling “like whoa”

LEXIE DANTES, PHOTO EDITOR

November 18, 2013


Filed under THE BITE

The House of Blues boomed with an amazing turnout on Saturday, November 9, as country music fans flocked to Downtown Disney’s West Side to party up with fellow Floridian Chase Rice, his ragtag gang of incredibly talented misfits and their amazing "Ready Set Roll" tour. As if the happiest place on...

“The Crate” gives theatre something to celebrate

“The Crate” gives theatre something to celebrate

ALICE BENEKE, STAFF WRITER

November 12, 2013


Filed under LIFESTYLES, REVIEWS

Four people confused about French Toast. Three two-faced actors. Two senile old ladies. And one comical play.  The Crate ran from Thursday, October 24 to Sunday, October 27 and was a compilation of short stories and scenes inspired by Shel Silverstein, John Franceschini and Mary Louise Wilson. The first ...

November: On the Radar

November: On the Radar

DANIEL STEIN, SPORTS EDITOR

November 11, 2013


Filed under ON THE RADAR

Legions of fans harshly review Allegiant

Legions of fans harshly review Allegiant

KELSEY TSCHOPP, STAFF WRITER

November 7, 2013


Filed under THE BITE

  The highly anticipated novel, Allegiant, by Veronica Roth was finally released October 22. As the third and final book of the beloved Divergent series, Allegiant brought the story to a close after its sudden popularity among young adult readers.   Divergent was one of my favorite series, but I was rather disappointed by t...

Homecoming 2013 Photos

Homecoming 2013 Photos

TROY DEAL

November 6, 2013


Filed under NEWS

This year's homecoming proved to be one of the best in recent history.  Complete with a carnival, dance, and topped off with a win, students enjoyed the festivities of the weekend.

You’re not seeing things: Class of 2020 sets sights on greatness

You’re not seeing things: Class of 2020 sets sights on greatness

BRADLEY HULL, STAFF WRITER

November 5, 2013


Filed under SPORTS

For most athletes, it takes years to achieve a national ranking in any sport.  Most schools are lucky to have a handful of top athletes.  This is not the case for Trinity Prep.  Trinity boasts four top athletes in the class of 2020-Mamush and Kayamo Galloway, Joseph Pagdin and Audrey McAnally. Joseph...

The “winter of discontent” lasts all summer long

The “winter of discontent” lasts all summer long

LEXIE GARCIA, STAFF WRITER

November 5, 2013


Filed under FOCUS

Villainy all but oozes from sharp-tongued Richard III, who, as the duke of Gloucester, dives headlong into power-hungry plots of murder and treachery. This duke may be ugly as a dog, but, oh, does he have a way with words. Richard is one of Shakespeare’s most cold and callous, doing the feats of...

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