How COVID-19 has affected the world of Broadway

Shayna Tilles, Arts & Reviews Editor

May 16, 2020

The entertainment industry has been hit hard since the emergence of COVID-19. Movie productions and television shows, as well as news programs, have all been affected. For these productions, they have more flexibility given tha...

Entertainment Weekly kicks off #UnitedAtHome

Kyla Jones, Copy Editor

May 1, 2020

The EW Reunions series has reunited the casts of concluded shows since 2010, but with the Coronavirus pandemic, producers at Entertainment Weekly have been forced to shake up their interview format. Now, armed with the hashtag #...

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood is an amazing tribute to Mr. Rogers

Nora Quiros, Staff Writer

May 1, 2020

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood is based on a true story about a cynical journalist who is assigned to interview Mr. Rogers. Throughout the movie Mr. Rogers tries his best to pass his message of dealing with hard feelings t...

COVID-19 is devastating the entertainment business

Nora Quiros, Staff Writer

May 1, 2020

Many musicians during this time are having the main source of their income, like tours and concerts, cancelled because of the Coronavirus. This is especially difficult for smaller musicians who were just starting to get off t...

Netflix’s Tiger King documentary is full of chaos

Kayla Osoria, Staff Writer

May 1, 2020

After the release of the Netflix documentary Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness on March 20, it instantly became the network’s most watched show in the U.S. The documentary follows the staff of the Greater Wynnewood E...

The Stargirl movie is better than the book

Nora Quiros, Staff Writer

April 25, 2020

Friday, March 13, Disney+ released a movie adaptation of Jerry Spinelli’s book Stargirl. The question with most book-to-movie adaptations is how does the movie compares to the book. Stargirl is no exception to this question...

Book vs. Movie: All the Bright Places

Avery Tracy, Staff Writer

April 25, 2020

There will be spoilers in this review. Read with caution. All the Bright Places was written by Jennifer Nivan and was published January 6, 2015. The movie All the Bright Places was released by Netflix February 28, 2020. The bo...

My top 10 list of movies and shows to watch during quarantine

Ariella Kandkhorov, Staff Writer

April 25, 2020

COVID-19 has forced many, if not all, cities around the country to go into quarantine. Los Angeles County issued a “safer at home” order that forces everyone to, well, stay at home. Because of this, many people, especiall...

I Am Not Okay With This puts audiences on the edge of their seats

Kayla Osoria, Staff Writer

April 6, 2020

February 26, Netflix released the show I Am Not Okay With This. It follows high schooler Sydney Novak, a girl who doesn’t exactly fit in. Not only has her family life changed dramatically since the death of her father, but s...

Lost in Space delivers a second season that is out of this world

Kyla Jones, Copy Editor

April 6, 2020

Lost in Space is Netflix’s newest reboot of the original 1960s Lost in Space series. This adaptation features the Robinson family as they contend with the perils of being stranded (dare I say it, lost) in space. The series focuses n...