Category Archives: Arts & Entertainment

Netflix Snatches Attention With Bandersnatch

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Netflix’s Black Mirror has diverted from its seasonal releases and released a movie, an interactive one nonetheless. Black Mirror is known for its theme of ‘technology at its worst.’ With Bandersnatch, they took it to new heights. Alternate endings are available, based on the viewers music taste or other detrimental factors. Periodically, a black outline […]

The Social Media Fast

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Social media consumes a greater part of a teenager’s life. Platforms such as Snapchat and Instagram allow people to both connect and keep up with their friends, which lead them to become addicted. It is common for people to become invested in these apps as they are designed to keep you scrolling through their endless […]

Shyamalan’s Glass is Shattered

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        Glass, the third installment in M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable trilogy has finally been released after 19 years in the making. The film sees the return of fan favorite characters Elijah Price, David Dunn, and Kevin Wendell Crumb. I got the chance to view the film about a week after its release, and I have […]

Smash Gets A New Persona

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  Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has been out for more than a month now, and with January coming to an end comes the first DLC character for the game. The one and the only Piranha Plant, and yes you heard right, the first DLC character is an it, since it’s 2019 and we can’t assume. […]

Why Stay Home All Day? Visit MoMA!

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Mid-Winter break is approaching and, as a teenager, we don’t want to stay home all day. We want to explore the city with friends, and in today’s society, we want to find places to take Instagram worthy pictures. Museums may seem boring to some, but for art lovers, the Museum of Modern Art, is the […]

Enjoy the Holiday Season with These Activities

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With the Holiday season here the city is buzzing with many events and activities to take part in. Taking place in Bryant Park is Winter Village, a holiday market which is set up all throughout the park, with various boutiques selling clothing, jewelry and any good you could think of, as well as food vendors […]

Neistat Neistat; The Man, The Youtuber, The Vlogger

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Casey Neistat came from humble beginnings and, through filming, he found success. You’re seventeen, just dropped out of high school. You’re going to be a father soon and for three years, you and your ‘family’ will live in a trailer. That was Casey Neistat’s life before he decided to move to New York City. It’s […]

Netflix Original “Roma” is on the Verge of Making History

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With a relatively small budget and a vision that bursted with passion, the black and white film Roma was able to maneuver its way into the spotlight on the last month of 2018. The Netflix Original is directed by Alfonso Cuaron, a Mexican director renowned in both Latin and North America. By utilizing a picturesque […]

They Shall Not Grow Old: How to Honor the First World War

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The 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month of 2018 marked the first centenary of the first World War. 100 years ago on that day, an armistice was signed between the allied powers of Britain, France, and America, and the central power of Germany to cease all hostilities on the Western Front, […]

Cringing Challenge Leads to Accidents

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The post apocalyptic trailer Bird Box on Netflix stars Sandra Bullock (Malorie Hay) and a cast of stars John Malkovich, and Sarah Paulson, has people freaking about Malorie Hay and her two children being blindfolded and making it through a forest as well as crossing a river to safely get away from supernatural demons, once […]