Behind the Scenes of a Film Production

On the screen, we see the outcome of special effects and good acting. However, behind the scenes, there are many people working on the special effects, with hundreds of takes for the actors and actresses to perfect the scenes, and many more people working towards one production. On each movie, television (TV) show, or documentary, there are about 308 people (on average) working on the … Continue reading Behind the Scenes of a Film Production

New Tron Lightcycle Run at DisneyWorld

The 1982 movie Tron is known to be the first film with a combination of live-action and computer-generated effects. It also had a sequel in 2010. Now, the sci-fi, action duology is set to have a ride at Disney World. Currently, the Tron Lightcycle Run is scheduled to open to the public on April 4th, 2023. Although the ride is just under 2 minutes long, … Continue reading New Tron Lightcycle Run at DisneyWorld

Florida Keys Water Pipe Bursts

On the night of Saturday, March 11, the main water pipe transporting water from the mainland to the Florida Keys burst, causing many residents to lose water pressure and a block in traffic on Overseas Highway around mile marker(MM) 80. On Sunday, March, 12, the Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority (FKAA) stated that residents would slowly start to get normal levels of water pressure throughout the … Continue reading Florida Keys Water Pipe Bursts

Spring Break Springing Up Soon

With just three weeks until Key West High School’s (KWHS) spring break, balancing work, school, life, and extracurricular activities has left many teachers and students overwhelmed and ready for the week-long break. However, there still are a few more critical things to be completed before then. Between March 1st to March 16th, the last day before break, there is always something happening. Whether it’s the … Continue reading Spring Break Springing Up Soon

Driving in Key West

One of the biggest accomplishments in almost anyone’s life is getting their driver’s license. Despite feeling great, there are also some feelings of maturity and nervousness. When I first started driving, all of those feelings bubbled up to the surface, along with excitement. The nervousness aspect, however, tends to vary depending on where I am, especially if it’s busy.  Having had my license for just … Continue reading Driving in Key West

U.S. Shoots Down Three UFOs

In February 2023, the United States (U.S.) shot down three unidentified flying objects (UFOs) three days in a row in three different locations. On February 10th, 11th, and 12th, the U.S Air Force shot down three UFOs in Alaska, Michigan, and with the approval of the Canadian Prime Minister, the Yukon territory. Additionally, with the spy balloons that recently came from China, many officials already … Continue reading U.S. Shoots Down Three UFOs

NASA’s All Electric Aircraft

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has landed rovers on Mars and put people on the moon in the past. Along with the numerous other projects they’re working on, NASA has been testing out an all-electric aircraft. The all-electric plane is the X-57 Maxwell, and is one of the first parts of NASA’s work toward sustainable aviation solutions.  The X-57 Maxwell is an all-electric … Continue reading NASA’s All Electric Aircraft