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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…

Vox Ac15: A Legendary Amp

Vox Ac15: A Legendary Amp

By: Reuben Kaufman If you want loud and in your face tone you need this amp. The vox ac15 is a legendary amplifier used by the likes of the Beatles and Brian May of the band Queen. It has a very unique sound that has been replicated by many other…

Save an Elephant: Buy an Ivory Ella Product

Save an Elephant: Buy an Ivory Ella Product

By: Cassidy Lattanzio “At the start of the 1980’s there were more than one million elephants in Africa. During that decade, 600,000 were destroyed for ivory products. Today, perhaps no more than 400,000 remain across the continent,” according to Samuel Wasser of the University of Washington. Each year, about 30,000…

Spoiler Alert: There Will Be a Stranger Things 3

Spoiler Alert: There Will Be a Stranger Things 3

By: Jenna Lewis-Keddy The first season of Stranger Things aired back in July 15, 2016. The second season aired October 27, 2017. Now it has just come out that the show is renewed to air for a third season. For Stranger Thing fans, this is no surprise. This Netflix original…

Loving Vincent movie review:  See Van Gogh’s story lovingly come to life through his paintings

Loving Vincent movie review:  See Van Gogh’s story lovingly come to life through his paintings

By:  Carol Liu   One word: masterpiece. Loving Vincent has made cinematic history as being the first fully hand-painted feature film. Seven years, 65,000 paintings, 125 artists, and 265 gallons of paint created this laborious tribute to the artist Van Gogh. A single second of the movie consists of 12 paintings,…

Netflix Takeover:  Has Netflix taken over Hollywood and WHS?

Netflix Takeover:  Has Netflix taken over Hollywood and WHS?

By:  Jalen Worstell Netflix has exploded over the past couple of months making it the 10th-largest company by revenue according to dot-com companies.  And now their next move, according to The Washington Post, is to disrupt Hollywood’s biggest money maker, the movie theatre industry. Netflix is an American entertainment company that provides thousands…

Daddy’s Home 2:  a must see comedy for the holidays

Daddy’s Home 2:  a must see comedy for the holidays

By: Tracey Martins and Julia Neiva They say “family is the best part of Christmas” but is it really? “Daddy’s Home 2” ventures throughout the holiday season with the wild, conflicted Whitaker and Mayron family. This movie starts off with a bang that connects back to the hilarious fatherly feud…

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