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M A N I A: Song by Song

M A N I A: Song by Song

Rachel Howard, Reporter

January 29, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Reviews, Showcase

It’s been a long nine months for Fall Out Boy fans since the band first announced their seventh studio album back in April of 2017. The band pushed back the full release, originally slated for last September, until Jan. 19, scrapping all but a handful of their tracks for a re-record and keeping fan...

Seeing Purple: Fall Out Boy Teases Seventh Studio Album

Seeing Purple: Fall Out Boy Teases Seventh Studio Album

Rachel Howard, Reporter

May 10, 2017


Filed under Reviews, Showcase

April 27 was a quiet Thursday like any other. Jaded students and teens at CAHS and across the country studied anxiously for AP exams and slogged through the end-of-the-year lethargy, unaware of the “tweetstorm” about to ensue. It was on that day that Fall Out Boy unleashed “Young and Menace,” th...

Fresh Off the Boat anchors in a new audience

Fresh Off the Boat anchors in a new audience

Jakob Woo-Ming, Reporter

February 28, 2015


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ABC aired a fresh new show on February 4. While the show features no relation to Will Smith or Bel Air, it tells a tale with just as much attitude as The Fresh Prince of Bel Air. Fresh Off the Boat follows the life of middle schooler Eddie Huang, whose Taiwanese family moves from Washington D.C. to O...

When is music bad, and why?

When is music bad, and why?

Micah Summers, Reporter

November 10, 2014


Filed under Opinion

An editorial argument on the most influential weapon existent.

Lotus Thai Bistro review

Lotus Thai Bistro review

Emyle Rogers, Reporter

October 24, 2014


Filed under Reviews

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...

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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