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J Cole’s KOD- Review

J Cole’s KOD- Review

By: Jon Khoury and Jack Slocum On April 20, 2018 J. Cole dropped his fifth studio album KOD through Dreamville Records, Roc Nation, and Interscope Records. J. Cole announced this project a mere four days prior to the release. However, just a day before the official release, J. Cole released…

Harry’s Restaurant: A Town Classic

Harry’s Restaurant: A Town Classic

By: Olivia Sassetti and Rachel Fredman Harry’s Restaurant in Westborough combines a happy atmosphere, that makes one feel at home, with the taste of great food. Whether you choose to sit in an inviting booth or on a stool by the counter, you will have a unique experience at this…

Cinder by Marissa Meyer: Cinderella in Space

Cinder by Marissa Meyer: Cinderella in Space

By: Hamnah Shazli Fairy Tales: they’re cute, funny, and they often bring back nostalgia of our toddler years. However, they’re not just for kids anymore. Marissa Meyer brings a futuristic twist to the classic tale of Cinderella with cyborgs, space, and– of course– a handsome prince and an evil queen.…

Some Thoughts on Season 2 of 13 Reasons Why (Spoiler Alert)

Some Thoughts on Season 2 of 13 Reasons Why (Spoiler Alert)

By: Susan San The hit show 13 Reasons Why that was released in March of last year, finally released its long-awaited second season. Hannah’s tapes left many questions unanswered in season one, such as whether or not Alex really died from the gunshot he inflicted upon himself. Turns out, he’s…

Billie Eilish: A Pop Star with a Twist

Billie Eilish: A Pop Star with a Twist

By:  Gabrielle Delgado With the chaotic whirlwind of new innovations in technology, media and ways of sharing art, specifically music, the artists themselves seem to be blooming wherever you look, sporting a style unique to their own, not only in their voices but in their attire and elusive auras. Pop…

Folk’s Changing Face: A Night At the Somerville Theatre

Folk’s Changing Face: A Night At the Somerville Theatre

By:  Nick Smaldone     Folk music revolutionized the 60’s and 70’s, making the two decades almost inseparable. Think of that time and images of hippies in bell bottom jeans and flowered shirts will certainly fill most people’s mind. More importantly, folk music provided the soundtrack for the civil unrest…

DaCosta’s Pizza Bakery

DaCosta’s Pizza Bakery

By: Jackson Biancheri As one of the newest additions to Central Mass’s abundant pizza menu, DaCosta’s Pizza Bakery lies just north of downtown Worcester. Since opening its doors in the summer of 2016, the locally owned restaurant has received raving reviews establishing itself as one of the city’s mainstay hotspots. While…

The Florida Project: The Importance of Perspective in Film making

The Florida Project: The Importance of Perspective in Film making

By: Nick Smaldone An important film in making you might have missed this year does not take place in the stereotypical settings its fellow Oscar-contenders might share: It does not follow the enchanting lives of young Italian lovers, the stresses of a world at war, nor the relatable yet angsty…

“Man of the Woods” Review

“Man of the Woods” Review

By: Peter Howarth Just days before his Super Bowl LII halftime performance, Justin Timberlake dropped his fifth studio album Man of the Woods inspired by his Memphis upbringing. He says the album is named after his son Silas which means “from the forest.” Man of the Woods tries to bridge the…

Spider-man Homecoming: A Web Above Spider-man 2013

Spider-man Homecoming: A Web Above Spider-man 2013

By:  Katie Pascarella The movie Spider-Man Homecoming directed by Jon Watts and released in 2017 was a great movie. In comparison with the other Spider-Man movies that have been filmed in the past, Spider-Man Homecoming is a much better adaptation of the comic book. Tom Holland (21) played young Peter…

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