Flashbacks Recycled Fashion

Flashbacks Recycled Fashion

Jamie Brown, Reporter
December 12, 2014
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Lately, it seems as though everything old is new again. From the resurgence of vinyl to the emergence of the ‘90s aesthetic, many teens seem to have a fascination with the past. This, of course, also includes fashion trends. For those of you with a love for vintage and modern-with-a-vintage-twist...

Big Hero 6

Big Hero 6

Ama Bonsu, Reporter
December 2, 2014
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Ever since Elsa and Anna first appeared on the big screen in November of 2013, the world has been obsessed with building snowmen. “Frozen” merchandise can be seen anywhere. The film’s characters have been plastered on backpacks, stitched into clothes and even inked into skin. It can only be...

Otherworldly. Celestial. “Interstellar.”

Otherworldly. Celestial. “Interstellar.”

Matthew Roberts, Editor in Chief
November 17, 2014
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An eloquent prediction of mankind’s dreaded exodus from Earth, “Interstellar” paradoxically balances the terrifying beauty of space with humanity’s obstinate drive for survival. The film presents a logical problem to the audience within the first few minutes: What will happen to the human...

Candy Land Co. Review

Candy Land Co. Review

Caty Wiese, Reporter
November 6, 2014
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“Candy, candy, candy!” That’s just about the only thought I had on my mind as I entered through the double glass doors of Candy Land Co. last Friday. My next thought was, “Just grab whatever looks good and run,” because I was running late for the Sprinter and needed to hurry on back to the stat...

The Cheesecake Factory

The Cheesecake Factory

Ama Bonsu, Reporter
October 31, 2014
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Who doesn’t like dessert? The Cheesecake Factory, located at 200 E Via Rancho Pkwy in the Westfield North County Mall, specializes in making treats. The Cheesecake factory sells cheesecakes (yes, shocking), but beyond that, they serve many types of cuisine. Seafood, pasta, burgers, pizza-- you...

Lotus Thai Bistro review

Lotus Thai Bistro review

Emyle Rogers, Reporter
October 24, 2014
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As someone who’s rarely adventurous when it comes to new food, I was pleasantly surprised during my visit to Lotus Thai Bistro. A quaint turquoise building near the heart of Carlsbad, this little oasis sits near a library and a fire department on Carlsbad Village Drive. The Lotus Thai Bistro is ...

Dracula: Untold reveals Vlad Dracula’s transition into a monster

Dracula: Untold reveals Vlad Dracula’s transition into a monster

Justin Leonard, Reporter
October 24, 2014
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  “Dracula: Untold,” Dracula’s origin story which made it’s cinematic debut in early October, features the (somewhat) accurate history of the real blood drinking prince, Vlad the Impaler. The historical Transylvanian prince was, in fact, not a vampire but was known for impaling his enemies...

Hichizuki Japanese’s mouth-watering sushi is all but lacking in flavor

Hichizuki Japanese’s mouth-watering sushi is all but lacking in flavor

Abel Siemens, Reporter
October 23, 2014
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Good sushi is hard to come by nowadays; it can come off as too dry, hard to swallow, or even bad in the stomach, but Hichizuki Sushi has successfully mastered the art of a fulfilling and rewarding eating experience. Located at 324 West Valley Pkwy, Escondido, right by the Starbucks across from the...

Obscure musician DIVERSA is as original as name

Obscure musician DIVERSA is as original as name

Micah Summers, Reporter
October 17, 2014
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Music has shifted. Once only possible with physical instruments, the craft surged through technological advancements — guitar pedals, analog synthesizers, intentionally-broken sound cards — and now lives amid computer screens and exhausted teenagers at 2:00 AM. Available to anyone with ambition a...

Who killed the music industry? Tune-Yards’ sophomore album “W H O K I L L” certainly didn’t

Who killed the music industry? Tune-Yards’ sophomore album “W H O K I L L” certainly didn’t

Abel Siemens, Reporter
October 8, 2014
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Throughout 2011, the indie rock genre surged through the music industry, introducing popular artists including Passion Pit, Arctic Monkeys, and Sleigh Bells; however, this massive movement left many smaller artists in the dust. Tune-Yards followed this movement along with hundreds of other musicians,...

The Maze Runner solves nicely, despite straying from the text

The Maze Runner solves nicely, despite straying from the text

Micah Summers, Reporter
October 8, 2014
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Following the knowledge of main character Thomas, The Maze Runner darts, tucks and rolls through fantastic chase scenes, intriguing schematics, and agonizing betrayals. The film begins as confused as the memory-ridden boy, tracing his traumatic ascent from a mysterious elevator into his emergence in wil...

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