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KK Swaps Profile

By Gabe Schwartzman and Tyler Rothwell November 17, 2022
Kiris Harris and Kate Rosegard founded KK Swaps, a circular fashion marketplace, during the pandemic. It's since amassed dozens of sellers and even more customers, county-wide.
(Emily Stull)

Not your typical album: “Dawn FM”

By Lily Lunn January 26, 2022
I am one of The Weeknd’s top listeners and he has been my top artist for five years now. I have been to concerts, spent countless dollars on merch, and I may or may not have run a fan account at one point. I can name any song after only listening to the first few seconds; I will always stand by his experimental Super Bowl performance and will argue that it was far superior to any other halftime show. 
(Emily Stull)

‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’ Review

By Amelia Sandgren December 13, 2021
It’s time to pull out your scarves and fall gloves, order a Pumpkin Spice Latte, and watch the leaves fall, as Taylor Swift has transported us to fall 2012 with the re-recording of her fan-favorite album: Red.
(Naomi Lenchner)

King Richard Review

By Lexa Lemberg and Andrew Cherner December 13, 2021
While being a top tennis player is not easy to begin with, Serena and Venus faced additional adversity. Coming from Compton, Calif., they saw difficulty getting noticed by big coaches and receiving all of the resources needed for success.
(Lily Lunn)

The Best Burrito in Mill Valley

By Lexa Lemberg November 2, 2021
I am putting the burritos in Mill Valley up to the test and seeing which one reigns supreme. Some may argue I am not a real burrito connoisseur, as I have a very simple order consisting of rice, beans, cheese, and guacamole.
Someone you need to meet: Symil Austin

Someone you need to meet: Symil Austin

By Lily Lunn October 26, 2021
“I want people at Tam to know that everyday I’m trying my best to learn and adapt to new things.”
Graphic courtesy of Naomi Lechner

Review: Le Marais

By Sawyer Strain October 21, 2021
A quick stop for an iced coffee on a sweltering day? Absolutely. A sit-down meal of Wagyu burgers and French onion soup? Of course.
(Naomi Lenchner)

Review: Baby Keem’s “The Melodic Blue”

By JP Ballschmider October 21, 2021
Baby Keem's album The Melodic Blue delivers. Sixteen songs with three other featured artists.
Review: Soul Movie

Review: Soul Movie

By Sebastian Ghosh May 16, 2021
Sebastian Ghosh reviews Pixar's recent movie Soul.
(Tahlia Amanson)

Review: Yerba Mate “Tropical Uprising”

By Samantha Nichols May 7, 2021
The initial taste isn’t bad at all— I definitely got that tropical feeling— but after a blissful moment of pineapple and hibiscus with notes of apricot, I found myself wishing more than anything in the world that I could get rid of that sickening peach aftertaste.
(Tahlia Amanson)

Review: Red Whale Coffee

By Naomi Lenchner April 26, 2021
For lack of a better word, this matcha was exceptional, mark my words — I'm never drinking matcha from any other place again.
(Tahlia Amanson)

Review: 50 Shades of Regency England

By Amelia Sandgren February 21, 2021
If you are looking for some nice escapism during such stressful times, Bridgerton would be a great place to start, although, if you are hoping to avoid a few awkward exchanges with your family, I wouldn’t recommend watching the last few episodes in your living room.
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