The Girls are Back in Town

The Girls are Back in Town

Elizabeth Price, Staff Writer

November 3, 2016


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The hit comedy show Gilmore Girls ended in 2007 exactly where it all began with mother and daughter Lorelai and Rory drinking coffee together at the show’s famous diner “Luke’s.” The show revolved around arguably the most iconic mother daughter duo to ever grace TV screens across America. However,...

Things to Do Around Dallas

Fatima Bhaiwala, Senior Editor

November 3, 2016


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Autumn in the Arboretum When: Oct. 13 - Nov. 30 Where: 8525 Garland Rd, Dallas, Texas 75218 Price: $15 general admission pass that lasts until the end of the year plus additional cost depending on activities throughout the event. As the weather gets cooler and the trees start changing colors,...

Magic Returns to Theatres

Michael de Silva, Staff Writer

November 3, 2016


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J.K Rowling is making magic once again. Warner Bros. is trying to capitalize on the Harry Potter universe’s critical acclaim and immense popularity with Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. The movie, opening on Nov. 18, is based on Rowling’s 2001 book of the same name. The movie was announc...

A Horror of a Show

Leo Rocha, Co-Editor-in-Chief

November 3, 2016


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It is time to do the time warp again–hopefully to the time before Fox’s remake of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” aired on prime-time television. Boasted as a tribute to the original 1975 cult film, the remake falls flat and pales in comparison to the wacky, colorful original. If anything, it is...

This is Halloween, Halloween, Halloween

Sriya Reddy and Sophia Gonzalez

October 28, 2016


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With Halloween just around the corner, it is a necessity for everyone to have music that matches the mood. From classics like the Monster Mash to creepy melodies like Everybody’s Watching Me, these songs will surely create chills down to the bone. Here are thirteen spooky hits for this Halloween season....

The Stranger, The Better

Violet Krause, Staff Writer

September 28, 2016


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Netflix’s new hit show “Stranger Things” is a dimension-twisting sci-fi thriller that has become the talk of the summer. Earning a title as one of the best original releases for the website in the past year, it brought in a third place ranking right next to “Orange Is The New Black.” It comes...

Things to Do Around Dallas

Elizabeth Price, Staff Writer

September 28, 2016


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Dia de los Muertos When: Oct. 29 Where: Latino Cultural Center Price: Free Experience the Day of the Dead this fall at the Latino Cultural Center in Dallas. Come and go as you please, or stay the whole day. Watch Aztec dancers, get your face painted and participate in Day of the Dead themed craf...

Going From Orange to Blonde, Frank Ocean is Back

Leah Martineau, Senior Editor

September 28, 2016


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A four year break in-between albums for Frank Ocean sets him up for a monumental return. The newly released visual album Endless and the studio album Blonde was the end of the wait of Ocean’s fans. Ocean left his fans in 2012 with the artistic album Channel ORANGE. This album was the take off for his...

Things to Do Around Dallas

Talia Kussman, Senior Editor

May 16, 2016


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With summertime approaching, there is no better time than now to get outside and enjoy some of the best activities Dallas has to offer. Whether you like to rock out at outdoor concerts, or do something as simple as grabbing a bite at the food trucks, there is surely something for you to do.   Dallas Arboret...

Beyoncé Drops Album Lemonade

Beyoncé Drops Album Lemonade

Leo Rocha, Staff Writer

May 16, 2016


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After a two year musical hiatus, Beyoncé released her new visual album Lemonade on April 23. It came out exclusively on TIDAL, a music streaming service owned by herself and her husband, rapper Jay Z. It was subsequently put on iTunes one day later, with physical copies being sold in stores on May 6...

Van Gogh Recaptured in New Film

Sophia Gonzalez, Staff Writer

May 16, 2016


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The life of Vincent Van Gogh was one filled with controversy and tragedy, paralleled by the perception of beauty and passion shown within his artwork. His legacy has perplexed many, leaving most with a sense of awe for his art and the stories behind the pieces. In honor of this famous artist's paintin...

Catch a Concert at the Best Venues Around Dallas

Tiffany Su, Associate Editor

May 16, 2016


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Located within driving distance of Austin, the Live Music Capital of the World, Dallas’ established music scene is often overlooked not only by touring bands but also by its own residents. However, nestled within some of the most unique neighborhoods across the metroplex are burgeoning concert venues...

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