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Spreading Joy with Christmas Music

Spreading Joy with Christmas Music

Stephanie Fragoulias, Writer
January 8 • 333 views
Filed under Arts, Music, & Books

A controversial question throughout the holiday season is when is it acceptable to begin listening to Christmas music? Some say after Halloween, others after Thanksgiving, while there are also people who think Dec. 1 is still too early. Regardless of when people begin listening to the seasonal classic... Read more »

“Dangerous Woman” at a Glance

“Dangerous Woman” at a Glance

William DeMuria, Writer
June 13 • 452 views
Filed under Arts, Music, & Books

On May 20, Ariana Grande released her third studio album, “Dangerous Woman.” Unlike her first two albums, “Yours Truly” and “My Everything,” the chart-topping superstar is revealing a whole new side of herself that her fans have yet to see. “Dangerous Woman” is an interesting comb... Read more »

The Problem with Mallory Dodge

The Problem with Mallory Dodge

Christina McLaughlin, Managing Editor
June 8 • 509 views
Filed under Arts, Music, & Books

It turns out there really isn’t anything wrong with forever, as long as you’re willing to fight for it.  Written by #1 New York Times Bestselling Author of The Lux and Covenant Series’ Jennifer L. Armentrout brings to life one of her first young adult novels and hopefully not her last. Jennifer... Read more »

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

Abby Anderko, Editor-in-Chief
June 8 • 596 views
Filed under Arts, Music, & Books, Trending Now

Pictures can tell a thousand stories. In Ransom Riggs’ novel, “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children”, he offers a new perspective on how to combine both a new take on old photographs with an impressive story that coincides. Through the brilliant use of old photographs, Riggs has create... Read more »

100 Years of Honoring Journalism and the Arts

100 Years of Honoring Journalism and the Arts

Abby Anderko, Writer
May 16 • 521 views
Filed under Arts, Music, & Books, Current News, Features, Trending Now

“Honoring excellence in Journalism and the arts, for 100 years” reads the slogan painted in gold scripted letters that greets visitors of Pulitzer Prize website. Since 1916, when the first Pulitzer Prizes were administered, this award has been regarded as the highest honor in journalism and the arts. Started... Read more »

A Turn of Events

A Turn of Events

Christina McLaughlin, Writer
March 17 • 399 views
Filed under Arts, Music, & Books

The Hunger Games, The Maze Runner Trilogy, The Divergent Series and many more are examples in the YA (young adult) book genre that showcase stories involving a savior and a quest.  This storyline has become a little overplayed as almost everyone knows about the vampires, zombies and other science ficti... Read more »

Lady Gaga Pays Tribute to David Bowie with an Exciting Grammy Performance

Lady Gaga Pays Tribute to David Bowie with an Exciting Grammy Performance

Jenny Loshiavo, Writer
February 22 • 422 views
Filed under Arts, Music, & Books, Current News, Pop Culture

Lady Gaga preformed an unforgettable tribute to the world-known music icon David Bowie, this weekend at the Grammys. Despite Bowie’s unmatchable style, Gaga captured the best and most famous moments of Bowie’s life and celebrated them on live television. Just as the news of Bowie’s death hit the ... Read more »

Blink-182 in the Studio

Blink-182 in the Studio

Christina McLaughlin, Writer
February 17 • 442 views
Filed under Arts, Music, & Books, Pop Culture

As announced on the radio station KROQ, Travis Barker, the drummer of Blink 182, has officially stated that the band is back in the studio. After the release of their sixth studio album Neighborhoods in late 2011, not much has happened as they have been on and off of hiatus. In late January 2015, the trio took a blow when sing... Read more »

“Say it Ain’t So”! Panic! and Weezer Collaborate

Tom Howley, Writer
February 17 • 373 views
Filed under Arts, Music, & Books, Pop Culture

Weezer is a name which most of us haven’t heard in awhile. Panic! At the Disco, however, is not. They’re both getting together and joining forces to pull as many ears as possible in their summer tour of 2016. Along their way, they’ll be buzzing right through our town of Holmdel, NJ, and making... Read more »

The Day is Dead but Tonight is Alive

The Day is Dead but Tonight is Alive

Hannah Olsen, Writer
February 11 • 626 views
Filed under Arts, Music, & Books, Pop Culture

Pop punk band Tonight Alive from Sydney, Australia has announced their new album “Limitless,” which is set to release on March 4. After the record is out, they will be going on tour around the United States and through other parts of the world to promote the album and expand their fan base. Sin... Read more »

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