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Around Cafe enlivens downtown Arlington Heights

Gracie Scannell

June 2, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Reviews

In the heart of downtown Arlington Heights, amongst the Starbucks and Dunkin' Donuts drive-thrus, there is a corner cafe. Around Cafe is a tiny coffee hub located right at the entrance of down town Arlington Heights. Placed in the perfect location, this tiny shop is convenient and different from any...

Uncle Julio’s beats the competition

Uncle Julio’s beats the competition

Lauren Theisen

May 23, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Reviews

As multiple locations are opening up all over the northwest suburbs, Uncle Julio's is definitely the place to be. With a wide variety of Mexican food and great atmosphere, it has something that everyone will enjoy. From the moment guests arrive at Uncle Julio's, the smell of tacos and fresh avacado...

Six Flags flies above expectations

Six Flags flies above expectations

Jennifer Lechowski

May 23, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Reviews

Going to Six Flags Great America is one of my favorite activities during the summer. This amusement park offers tons of exhilarating roller coasters and activities for all ages. My personal favorites include: Raging Bull, X-flight and Batman. All three of these roller coasters are high-speed and make...

Legend of Zelda: Breath of Wild provides variety

Kayleigh Padar

May 3, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Reviews

"Legend of Zelda: Breath of Wild" for the Nintendo Switch has actually taken over my life. In order to sit down and write this review, my brother had to actually pry the Nintendo Switch out of my hands and force me to sit down at the computer. In other words, I've started to fully believe that I'm a...

All Styles, no substance

All Styles, no substance

Joshua Irvine

May 2, 2017


Filed under Carousel, Entertainment, Reviews

Harry Styles, if you haven't heard, is trying to reinvent himself. He's appearing in a new movie - a Christopher Nolan one, no less. He's on the cover of Rolling Stone with a story written by no less than music-journalist-turned-semi-autobiographical-director Cameron Crowe. He's even got (*gasp*)...

Students debut ‘High School Musical’

Students debut ‘High School Musical’

Kayleigh Padar

April 27, 2017


Filed under Carousel, Entertainment

  Photos by Trent Sprague Over the past few months, students have prepared to perform High School Musical one and two. This past weekend, they performed both shows for the student body. "This show will get you on your feet. It's something we all know. Especially our generation, we grew up with this stuff. It's not like ...

Orchestra seizes St. Louis

April 24, 2017


Filed under Entertainment

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KLizzle’s Got The Drizzle: Harry Styles announces debut single

KLizzle’s Got The Drizzle: Harry Styles announces debut single

Kayleigh Padar

April 6, 2017


Filed under Carousel, Entertainment

Harry Styles announced his new solo project on March 31. He will be releasing a new single called "Sign of the Times," tomorrow morning at 3AM. He will also be hosting SNL this week and partaking in a number of promotional interviews with different radio stations and tv shows presumably to promote a...

Nintendo switches console styles

Nintendo switches console styles

Sneh Pandya

March 15, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Reviews

After five years of the Nintendo Wii U being the primary console for Nintendo, its reign is over. Released on March 3, 2017, Nintendo's new console, the "Switch," is perhaps one of the most radical console updates in Nintendo's most recent history. The Switch aims to bridge the divide between the traditional...

Sundance film shines light on humanity

Sundance film shines light on humanity

Nate Horne

March 15, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Reviews

A Sundance-winning crime-based thriller was oddly entertaining, but I'm still not sure why. "I Don't Feel at Home in this World Anymore," starring Melanie Lynskey and Elijah Wood, is a politically fueled movie based solely on a woman who was robbed and who decided that she had had enough of the world t...

Orchesis finishes third night of annual show ‘Vitality’

Orchesis finishes third night of annual show ‘Vitality’

Kayleigh Padar

February 26, 2017


Filed under Carousel, Entertainment

Orchesis, led by Christine Widell and Stephanie Tinaglia, has been working to create their yearly show, Vitality, for months. Tonight, the dancers finished their third and final show. "When you're dancing and the lights are on you and everyone's staring at you, all you think about is having fun. Da...

Snapchat trend must stop

Katie Lindgren

February 21, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Reviews

'Snap me!' seems to be becoming the new text me in everyday life. Not to sound like someone who is annoyed with the progress of technology, but I am personally sick of this. Snapchat has been a top social media app in recent years. Sending a quick picture to a friend of something, usually just of one's...

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