2021 Conchette Capers Review

On May 1st, the Conchettes, a dance group at Key West High School (KWHS) led by Stacy Saunders, hosted their annual show “Conchette Capers.” The event showcased sub-dance groups that individuals in the Conchettes have formed, choreographing their own routines to this year’s theme: early 2000s. Walking through the Glynn Archer auditorium doors, the entryway to the seating area was nicely decorated, as well as … Continue reading 2021 Conchette Capers Review

Slime Language 2 Review

After Young Thug’s very successful album “So Much Fun” which came out in the summer of 2019, Thug released Slime Language 2 which has a stacked lineup of artists across the whole album.           The twenty three song album started out with the track “Slatty” and is a solid intro to the album. With features from Yak Gotti and Lil Duke and a fun hook the … Continue reading Slime Language 2 Review

2021 Junior/Senior Luau

On April 16th, Key West High School (KWHS) hosted their annual event, the Junior/Senior Luau at the Coffee Butler Amphitheater. However, this year the event came with a twist, COVID-19 style. Teachers and parents were present to supervise and ensure that the students were socially distant and keeping their masks on. Those limitations made it difficult to reach the fun of past years’ luaus. Still, … Continue reading 2021 Junior/Senior Luau

Fearless (Taylor’s Version) Review

Back in 2008, Taylor Swift, an ever-changing artist, released her Grammy winning album Fearless. Fearless represents what it’s like to be young and in love, but contrasting on how being innocent in a relationship can just lead to heartbreak. Her top hits, “You Belong With Me” and “Love Story”, were featured on this album, which also skyrocketed her career to the world.  Fearless is like … Continue reading Fearless (Taylor’s Version) Review

“The Wilds” Amazon Prime Review

By Sadie Dodds The Wilds, released on Amazon Prime on December 11, 2020, has been a breath of fresh air in a medium usually dominated by stories of men and their struggles. This show tells the story of a group of teen girls as they uncover secrets about themselves, each other, and the island on which they find themselves stranded. This feminist breakdown of the … Continue reading “The Wilds” Amazon Prime Review

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If Anything Happens I Love You

By: Emily Bracher On November 20th, Netflix released the heart wrenching short-film, If Anything Happens I Love You. Directed by Michael Govier and William McCormack, the 12 minute animated story follows two grieving parents after they cope with the loss of their young daughter, who was killed in a school shooting.  From the beginning of the film, the audience can see the separation built in … Continue reading If Anything Happens I Love You

Julie and the Phantoms Review

By Sadie Dodds Despite her talent and passion, Julie Molina, a highschool sophomore, gives up music after her mother’s tragic death, feeling that it’s too horrible of a reminder of what she has lost. However, she begins to realize that music is much more than just something that she did with her mom when she meets three ghostly members of a mid-90s band: Sunset Curve. … Continue reading Julie and the Phantoms Review

Shawn Mendes: Wonder Review

The Lost In Japan artist, Shawn Mendes, has released his first single, Wonder, on October 2nd, to set off the hype for his fourth album, also named Wonder, coming out on December 9th. Prior to the single, he released an intro song, indicating that he’s focusing his mind in his own space, “the world of wonder.”  Before the song was released, he posted a TikTok … Continue reading Shawn Mendes: Wonder Review