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Faces Review

By: Emily Bracher The late rapper Mac Miller’s mixtape, Faces, was officially re-released on October 15th. It was originally released on May 11th, 2014, but was only available on other streaming platforms. With the announcement of its release on September 15th, Face’s first single Color and Shapes was released. Malcolm James McCormick, better known as Mac Miller, sadly passed away at the age of 26 … Continue reading Faces Review

A New Direction for Horror?

SLIGHT SPOILER WARNING FOR “THERE’S SOMEONE INSIDE YOUR HOUSE” AND THE “FEAR STREET” TRILOGY This concept is not subtle: their villains are rich white men who feel entitled to take what they want, just as in the real world. However, that doesn’t mean that these films should be totally brushed aside as “trying too hard.” Henry Gayden, the screenwriter for There’s Someone Inside Your House, … Continue reading A New Direction for Horror?

Baby Keem The Melodic Blue Review

 The debut studio album for Baby Keem The Melodic Blue was an album I wasn’t really too excited for just over a month ago. But after some great performances on songs with Kayne West and Kendrick Lamar especially I became intrigued and decided to give the album a listen when it was released, safe to say it beat my expectations.             Track one, trademark usa, throws … Continue reading Baby Keem The Melodic Blue Review

Bad Batch Review

Disney Plus released the season finale of “Star Wars Bad Batch” on Friday, August 13th. It concluded the 16 episodes of the first season following the so-called “defect” soldiers of Clone Force 99, who were initially introduced in season 7 of Clone Wars. The Bad Batch crew, consisting of Hunter, Wrecker, Tech, Crosshair, and Echo, gained enough attention to secure themselves their own show. Forewarning: … Continue reading Bad Batch Review

Drake Certified Lover Boy Album Review

One of the most well-recognized names in music today, Drake dropped his newest album, Certified Lover Boy. With 21 tracks and the album being dropped just a few days after the album Donda by Kayne West which turned out to be a great album, the expectations were high.           Track one Champagne Poetry is a classic Drake intro being 5 minutes long and showcasing a beat … Continue reading Drake Certified Lover Boy Album Review

KWHS Tutoring Program Review

Getting help on subjects you are struggling to understand within school can be challenging. Finding an affordable tutor, or even someone who can understand your assignments is a dispute, but not with the Key West High School (KWHS) Tutoring Program.  Jonibek Muhsinov and Gabrielle Pariag, the leaders of the KWHS Tutoring Program, created this organization to put their skills and mentoring experience to good use. … Continue reading KWHS Tutoring Program Review

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

“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

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