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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.
(Emily Stull)

Monster Jam

By Emily Stull March 14, 2020
A monster truck competition is the one sporting event I wouldn’t miss.
MVMS skatepark review for people who suck at skating

MVMS skatepark review for people who suck at skating

By John Overton October 17, 2019
I’m not gonna sugarcoat anything here: I suck at skateboarding. I’m so bad. Like, profoundly bad. 
(John Overton)

A review of all the cats I know

By John Overton October 8, 2019
The animal, at first glance, seemed a perfect thing to pet, so fluffy and soft. Lo and behold, that cat was a total jerk.
(Skye Schoenhoeft)

Review: Obama’s summer playlist

By Elan Levine September 27, 2019
Obama’s playlist whisked me to far-away places and caused me to forget our current administration.
Payton Pelaez: A Sweet Success

Payton Pelaez: A Sweet Success

By Emily Stull, Reporter March 13, 2019

At 4 a.m., most teenagers can be found asleep in their beds. However, freshman Payton Pelaez can be found in the kitchen covered in head to toe by flour. “My mom had to come down and physically drag...

Flores: A Taste of Mexico

Flores: A Taste of Mexico

By Zoe Cowan, Feature Editor February 6, 2019

Opened in late 2018 in the space previously occupied by P.F. Changs, Flores is a welcome addition to the Corte Madera Town Center. The Mexican restaurant’s second location boasts a similar menu to...

Sourdough and Sourdough-Nots

Sourdough and Sourdough-Nots

October 18, 2018

The complimentary bread is arguably the most important component of a dining-out experience. It’s the part of the meal that sets the tone for the rest. But what makes the perfect piece of bread? To me...

J. Cole's Newest Venture: Another Success

J. Cole’s Newest Venture: Another Success

By Michael Diamandakis May 22, 2018

On April 19, 2018, J. Cole released KOD, his eighth studio album. KOD’s 12 tracks explore typical J. Cole themes: drugs, life in poverty, ascent to stardom, copious cash, and the complexity of love,...

Commies Hit Comic Gold

Commies Hit Comic Gold

By Maire Hogan April 23, 2018

Any comedian will tell you that the best comedy comes from uncomfortable situations. In “The Death of Stalin,” director Armando Iannucci, best known for creating political satire “Veep,” takes...

Five Stars for Three Billboards

Five Stars for Three Billboards

By Calvin Rosevear April 23, 2018

With a riveting story, a stellar cast, and very excellent development, “Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri” was a close runner-up for Oscar awards. The powerful narrative is centered around...

Do it for the Culture

Do it for the Culture

By Connor Dargan March 23, 2018

2018 has treated hip hop group Migos well so far; following the release of their newest album, “Culture II,” the group was featured on the cover of “Rolling Stone” and reached the Billboard’s...

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