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The crew of the Revenge watching as Roach the Cook scales the mast of the ship. Photo by Aaron Epstien.

“Our Flag Means Death” Review

Kai Shabman, Literature Editor May 10, 2022

“Our Flag Means Death” is the newest addition to Taika Watiti’s collection of shows he has directed and starred in. The latest episode was released on March 24, and it was an immediate booming success....

The book cover of The Invisible Life of Addie Larue by V.E. Schwab. Photo by Google Books.

“The Invisible Life of Addie Larue”: The Next Classic for Future Generations

Tori Harrill, Staff Writer February 27, 2022

“The Invisible Life of Addie Larue” by V.E. Schwab poses thought-provoking questions to readers everywhere. One of which being, “What is a person if not the marks they leave behind?” A question...

The completed epilogue set with all 14 endings.
Source: Not For Broadcast

“Not For Broadcast” Full Game Release

Kai Shabman, Literature Editor February 1, 2022

After less than a year, it is finally time for “Not For Broadcast’s” big release. "TinyBuild Games" released “Not For Broadcast 1.0” on Jan. 25, just five days short of the second anniversary...

The episode two loading screen. We see Alex being moved by an anonymous puppeteer as he edits the news. Source: Not For Broadcast

“Not For Broadcast” Game Review: The Calm Before the Storm

Kai Shabman, Staff Writer May 20, 2021

“Not for Broadcast” was first released in January of 2020, however, the third part or ‘episode’ of the game was released almost a year later with more to come. They update the episodes periodically...

Source: Tarsier Studios.
The cover photo with Mono and Six surrounded by various creatures and puzzles in the game. You can even see The Teacher in the background.

“Little Nightmares Two” Game Review

Kai Shabman, Staff Writer February 14, 2021

“Little Nightmares Two” came out on Feb. 10, 2021, almost four years after the first game, “Little Nightmares,” which was released in April of 2017. The second game had a lot to live up to after...

American rock artist, Marilyn Manson, released his 11th in-studio album “We Are Chaos”. With a total of 10 songs on it, Manson experimented with new sounds and blended them into his unique style of music.

Marilyn Manson Delivers Remarkable New Album, “We Are Chaos”

Cynda Allen, Opinion/Features Editor September 30, 2020

Brian Warner, aka Marilyn Manson, dropped his 11th in-studio album “We Are Chaos” on Sept. 11. For this album, Manson teamed up with record producer and country singer-songwriter, Shooter Jennings....

After four years of silence, singer-songwriter, Melanie Martinez, has released her sophomore album “K-12” and with it, a 90-minute feature film. The almost hour-and-a-half-long film offers breathtaking visuals and stunning choreography that flows perfectly with the music.

Melanie Martinez is Back and Better Than Ever with New Album “K-12”

Cynda Allen, Opinion Editor September 25, 2019

Musician Melanie Martinez has returned after a four-year hiatus with her new album and accompanying film, “K-12,” which was released on Sept. 6, 2019. The album highlights many of the struggles that...

Mackenzie Foy, who plays Clara, goes on a journey to find a key that will open the gift her late mother left her for Christmas, leading her to a world of four realms that she never knew existed. Photo from comicbook.com.

“The Nutcracker and the Four Realms” Enchants Theaters Across America

Abby Marks, Features Editor November 16, 2018

Disney’s “Nutcracker and the Four Realms” took on the big screen on Nov. 2, acquiring a surprising mix of both positive and negative reviews. The movie captures the story of Clara and her journey...

High Anticipation for DC’s ‘Super Season,’ Releasing “The Flash,” “Arrow,” and “Supergirl” New Episodes *SPOILERS INCLUDED*

Cassidee Jackson, Staff Writer September 21, 2018

  From their Comic-Con trailers released two months ago to release set pictures, DC Entertainment is no stranger to surprising their loyal fans with updates for upcoming seasons. This includes...

Taken from this Mashable article, this photo depicts the recently deceased Carrie Fisher in her iconic role as Princess Leia. Since her death, she has become a symbol of female empowerment and rebellion against oppression.

The Women’s Marches: A Year in Review

Noah Smith, Lit Mag Editor March 8, 2018

On January 21, 2017, the very day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration, the largest public protest in American history took place. Upwards of 3 million Americans rallied in the streets of major...

Belle swirls around the ballroom with her beautiful yellow dress. While it is close to the original, there were some sparkly details that were newly added to the dress.

Beauty and the Beast: Worth the Hype?

Abby Marks, Staff Writer May 19, 2017

Warning: If you are unfamiliar with the story of Beauty and the Beast, watch the movie first! This article contains spoilers.   Rumors of a live-action rendition of a fan-favorite Disney movie,...

A Warm Welcome to The Gibson Co.

A Warm Welcome to The Gibson Co.

Leilani Gibbons, Features Editor November 2, 2016

Just a short six minute drive from the school, located next to Browns Bridge Church, is a little boutique called “The Gibson Co.”, a hidden treasure of North Forsyth. This home away from home is filled...

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