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New cafe offers great environment

Kelly McCarthy

January 16, 2017


Filed under Entertainment

A brand new coffee shop has recently opened in Glenview, right off of Euclid. Caffebene is a unique place that many students have already discovered and enjoyed. While the coffee and other beverages are delightful, what really sets the place apart is the atmosphere. Even though it's a fairly busy...

Watchers indulge in new documentary

Jamie Anderluh

January 12, 2017


Filed under Entertainment

"Chef's Table", an orginal Netflix documentary series, drives fine cuisine into artistic distinction. Of course, in the end, it is just food. But a series that conveys the ability of a chef to make food something more, to expand the values, the intention, and the stories that can accompany a meal,...

Christmas movies provide festive fun

Jennifer Lechowski

December 6, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Reviews

Every year, watching Christmas movies is one of my favorite pass times to do around the holidays. I usually grab some friends and family and, of course, some hot chocolate, and watch the classics. Some of my favorites to watch include; "The Polar Express," "Home Alone" and "The Santa Clause." It doesn't...

‘Black Mirror’ balances mystery and wonder to fans

Claire Durand

December 6, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Reviews, Uncategorized

Very few shows really leave me dumbstruck, "Stranger Things" being one example. But when I decided to begin "Black Mirror" after seeing the Netflix preview for it so many times, it was the best decision. "Black Mirror" has three seasons; the first two seasons with three episodes and the third final...

Clementines create happiness

Caroline Stiefbold

December 6, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Reviews

I love almost every kind of fruit: pineapple, strawberries, grapes, apples, mangos. All of these fruits are delicious but underwhelming compared to the small but mighty clementine. Clementines are delightful in season, but only in season. The size is perfect for a small snack, but I still choose to...

K-Lizzle’s got the Drizzle on… Celebrities talking politics

K-Lizzle’s got the Drizzle on… Celebrities talking politics

Kayleigh Padar

December 4, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Uncategorized

Due to the controversy of this past election, many celebrities have been speaking out online to their fanbases about what the results mean for our country. With a president elect who sometimes gets into multiple Twitter battles in a week, none of us should be too surprised. Although these celebrities...

Donut shop grows popular with students

Donut shop grows popular with students

Jennifer Lechowski

November 7, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Reviews

Spunky Dunkers is home to some of the best donuts I've ever tasted. Located in Palatine, this family owned business has been hand-making each donut for more than 100 years. Offering more donuts than I can count, my favorite are the chocolate buttercream and the cinnamon roll. The donuts are baked twice...

Bublé bores fans with album

Bublé bores fans with album

Nate Horne

November 7, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Reviews

"Birds in the sky, you know how I feel"... not very good, quite disappointed actually. Michael Buble's new album "Nobody But Me" features his infamous big band sound and romantic vocals, but in it's entirety, is just awkward. Full of jazzy ballads with a powerful orchestra backing him up, Buble continues...

Fleeces bring comfort to fall

Maggie Anderson

November 2, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Fashion Fad, Online only

With brutal temperatures quickly approaching, Patagonia fleece pullovers are an essential. Not only do these warm sweatshirts provide warmth, they are quite trendy. "My oatmeal colored Patagonia Synchilla Snap-T is the most comfortable and versatile pullover I have ever purchased," senior Jacob Peterson...

Halloween traditions take a turn

October 13, 2016


Filed under Entertainment

With Halloween approaching, some students are already planning how they will celebrate. However, as students age and change, the way they celebrate seems to change with them. "As a kid, I used to dress up and go trick-or-treating with all my cousins. This year, I'm probably going to celebrate by watching...

K-Lizzle’s got the Drizzle on.. Harry Styles launching a solo career

K-Lizzle’s got the Drizzle on.. Harry Styles launching a solo career

Kayleigh Padar

September 30, 2016


Filed under Carousel, Entertainment

This past week, Harry Styles, from One Direction's first solo project debuted and gave an inside look at what he was doing in the months that the band had split to work on separate projects. He was interviewed by Paul McCartney and Chelsea Handler, who also gave their own insights on fame and accomplis...

Niall Horan’s “This Town” explores new territory

Kayleigh Padar

September 29, 2016


Filed under Entertainment

Niall Horan's first debut solo single is exactly what this world needs. It's a sappy love song, but paired with clever lyrics and a slightly raspy voice doesn't sound too generic. The lyrics talk about the concept of home which is interesting coming from an artist who hasn't spend long periods of time...

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