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“The Lego Ninjago Movie” inspires people to be better

“The Lego Ninjago Movie” inspires people to be better

Amirhossein Salem, WLHSnow Staff

November 15, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture, Blogs

People in need of a little pick me up should mark their calendars for Dec. 12. That’s when "The Lego Ninjago Movie" comes out as a digital download. No longer in theaters, the film was inspired by a popular TV series which is available on Netflix. The TV series will get you excited and ready for t...

‘Atlanta’ receives best director award

‘Atlanta’ receives best director award

Samuel Misa, WLHSnow Staff

November 14, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture, Movie Night

The first scene opens with a gunshot, followed up by a few establishing shots of Atlanta, with a rap backdrop, sets the stage of life for a struggling artist in the south. Atlanta is a relatively new TV series following the lives of two cousins trying to reach stardom to help their families. The sho...

Marvel’s latest super story

Marvel’s latest super story

Alex Bischel, WLHSnow Staff

November 13, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture

Marvel Studios has put out yet another amazing movie, “Thor: Ragnarok.” Marvel has a history of putting out fantastic movies: “Iron Man,” “Captain America,” “The Incredible Hulk,” “Ant Man” and so on. Marvel has an impressive history of great movies, according to the ratings of the...

Walk The Moon is walking “One Foot” in front of the others with recent success of single drop

Walk The Moon is walking “One Foot” in front of the others with recent success of single drop

Katherine Stallard, WLHSnow Staff

November 2, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture, Blogs

Pop powerhouse, Walk The Moon, awoke from their two year musical slumber this last week with a powerful new single called “One Foot,” that sets a new tone for their upcoming album release. “What if Nothing,” coming out Nov. 10, is Walk The Moon’s third album and by now, they have a very de...

Rex Orange County releases “Edition”

Rex Orange County releases “Edition”

Bryce Cumpston, WLHSnow Staff

October 31, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture, Blogs

On Oct. 12, underground indie/R&B sensation, Rex Orange County, put out “Edition,” the latest in a long stream of presumably non-album singles. This is the fifth non-album single Rex has dropped, and the first since the release of his second album, “Apricot Princess.” “Edition” is one of Rex’s shortest sin...

An eye-opening experience

An eye-opening experience

Aleks Brooks, WLHSnow Staff

October 31, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture, Blogs

A new, controversial and shocking documentary about the Vietnam War is throwing the viewer into the harsh reality of war and how awful it is for all parties. “The Vietnam War” is available on PBS, and was created by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. The idea of this TV series is to show people how awful the Vietn...

IT slays the box office

Haven Lee, WLHSnow Staff

October 27, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture

In the 2017 movie remake of the 1990 miniseries “IT” based off of the 1986 novel by Stephen King, a group of bullied kids band together to uncover the mystery of disappearing children in their town. When the cause is found to be a sinister demon in the form of a clown which they commonly refer to as...

“The Nut Job 2”

“The Nut Job 2”

Amirhossein Salem, WLHSnow Staff

October 18, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture, Blogs

“The Nut Job 2” is the best cartoon out there. It shows us how a team can work together in the jungle and how the animals help each other to keep the earth a place for everyone.   The story takes place at a park in New York City, and in the middle of the park there is a big tree where...

Hidden Figures is a fantastic movie, with lots of hidden qualities.

Hidden Figures is a fantastic movie, with lots of hidden qualities.

Alex Bischel, WLHSnow Staff

October 16, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture, Top Stories

“Hidden Figures” is a dramatic yet realistic movie where colored people have to deal with segregation and persevere to gain respect. The movie did a great job of making me feel sympathy for the colored people of the story, and how they were treated by everyone else. As the colored women continue t...

Is the iPhone 8 really just an iPhone 7s?

Is the iPhone 8 really just an iPhone 7s?

Ji Hyun An, Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 9, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture, Top Stories

Apple is back at it again with the new iPhones. What? iPhones? Plural? Yes, the multinational technology company released the highly anticipated iPhone 8 and 8 Plus and the iPhone X on its 10 anniversary, Oct. 12.  Preceding the release of the smartphones, rumours saying the next iPhone would ha...

Five Netflix movies you should watch

Five Netflix movies you should watch

Wally Milner, Coverage Editor

October 4, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture, Movie Night, Top Stories

It’s somewhat ironic that, in an age where access to entertainment is more widespread than ever, it seems impossible to decide what to watch. Netflix has thousands of movies, but scrolling through them to find the right one can often seem more trouble than it’s worth. To help you along in your searc...

“Dunkirk”: A visual masterpiece

“Dunkirk”: A visual masterpiece

Matilda Milner, Staff Writer

September 29, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture, Top Stories

I walked in to see “Dunkirk” feeling optimistic, excited to see a film that my friends had raved about. I walked out of “Dunkirk” feeling as though I, myself, had suffered the horrors of war. It captured emotion excellently. “Dunkirk” takes place toward the end of WWII in Dunkirk, Fra...

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