Category: Entertainment

Five Arundel students share what they’re most excited for in The Last Jedi

(Photo via LucasFilm)

By Laura Bonnington

With a month to go before The Last Jedi hits theaters, it’s time to get excited! Continue reading “Five Arundel students share what they’re most excited for in The Last Jedi”

Stranger Things 2 review [spoilers]: new faces and unanswered questions

By Katrionna Covert

The highly anticipated Stranger Things 2 premiered on Netflix October 27th, picking up a few days before Halloween 1984. The new season debuted a flood of new characters, and left some mysteries unresolved. Continue reading “Stranger Things 2 review [spoilers]: new faces and unanswered questions”

3 historical aircraft still flying

By Davey Burgess

Some of the oldest planes in history are still flying today, with some of these pieces of history having just a few, or a single operator left. Continue reading “3 historical aircraft still flying”

Concert Review: Animal Collective play sold-out show at DC’s 9:30 Club

By Rachel Heller
“Welcome to the show!” shouted Avey Tare, member of the experimental band Animal Collective, amongst whizzing synth sounds and pulsating drum beats. With this simple introduction, the band invited Monday night’s sold-out crowd at DC’s 9:30 Club into their own kaleidoscopic little world—and the audience received them with open arms. Continue reading “Concert Review: Animal Collective play sold-out show at DC’s 9:30 Club”

An eye-opening interpretation of Jaden Smith’s Tweets

My third eye has been opened and no, it is not because of water fluoridation .  If you haven’t seen Jaden Smith’s tweets prepare yourself to find your inner zen. Continue reading “An eye-opening interpretation of Jaden Smith’s Tweets”

Arundel High School student government to hold first annual spring dance (updated)

 

By Briana Mercado

Update: Due to scheduling difficulties the dance has been postponed to April 7th, 2017 from 7:00pm -10:00pm.

Gambrills, MD- The Arundel Student Government Association (SGA) class of 2018 and 2019 is holding its first annual spring dance, the theme being spring fling, in order to fund their respective proms. Continue reading “Arundel High School student government to hold first annual spring dance (updated)”

Album review: The xx interlaces intimacy with brilliant splashes of light

By Rachel Heller

In 2015, The xx announced that their third studio album would wield “a completely different concept” than their previous records. I See You, the band’s first album in over four years, delivers just that. Continue reading “Album review: The xx interlaces intimacy with brilliant splashes of light”

Ten musicals all beginners to the genre should check out

By Katelyn Shibilski

Are you interested in listening to musical theater but don’t know where to start? Look no further. The following musicals are some of my favorites and provide a wide variety for new listeners.  Continue reading “Ten musicals all beginners to the genre should check out”