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Review: Van Canto

By By Nathaniel Reynolds

February 13, 2013

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Van Canto is a German band that I’m about 97% sure that no one at LHS (or perhaps even the whole Midwest) has ever heard of that was formed sometime in 2006 who plays a very special genre of music. So special that no other ban...

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 Review

February 1, 2013

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Call of  Duty MW3 is by far one of the worst games I have ever played.The game was made by Infinity Ward, the company that created all of the other Call of Duty games.The plotline of Call of Duty MW3 sucks, the graphics still ...

Review: The Inevitable and I

By By Peter Romano

January 28, 2013

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HRVRD, an alternative/experimental rock band from Charlotte, North Carolina, does not have the renown I feel they should have. The second I heard one of their songs pop up on my Pandora, I was hooked. HRVRD released their debut...

Review: Unorthodox Jukebox

By By Keyty Ashcraft

January 22, 2013

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Okay, I’m going to be honest. Until very recently I hated Bruno Mars’s music. I mean, seriously, ‘Grenade’ and ‘Lazy Song’ made me want to puke. However, after hearing his new single ‘Locked Out of Heaven’, I didn’t e...

Listen to This: Peaking Lights

By By Vail Moshiri

December 18, 2012

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Dim the lights. Let the soft keys of the xylophones overtake you. Fade in and out in a psychedelic tune by the name of “Moonrise,” the first out of eight trancy tunes on the album “Lucifer” by Peaking Lights. The family...

Breaking Dawn Part 2

By By Ashley Hocking

December 4, 2012

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On Friday November 16th, the last installment of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II hit theatres. The entire movie is based upon the second half of Stephenie Meyer’s final novel in the series. The movie begins with Bella...

Review of “Bang, Bang, You’re Dead”

By By Tiffany Robbins

November 7, 2012

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The play “Bang, Bang, You’re Dead”,written by William Mastrosimone was based on a 1998 shooting in a school in Springfield, Oregon. A male student killed one fellow student and wounded 26 others. The play, tells the story...

Listen to This: Cavalier in Clay “She”

By By Vail Moshiri

October 31, 2012

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The EP by Cavalier in Clay titled She is stunning. This unknown artist (seriously 148 youtube views max), has quite a bit of talent at the tips of his fingers. Not to mention the boyish singing found desirable in other such artists...

Listen to This: Mumford and Son’s “Babel”

By Vail Moshiri

October 3, 2012

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Mumford & Sons made a huge impact with their first album, but their second album (released September 25th) has already hit number one in the Official UK Album chart. So far 159,000 copies have been sold making this 2012's...

Twilight Review from Shelby Steichan

By Shelby Steicman

December 15, 2011

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Despite the hype and excitement about Breaking Dawn, I personally don’t think the movie quite lived up to the expectations The movie followed the book fairly closely. All of the key points of the plot were portrayed pretty...

Twilight Review from Taylor Kidder

By Taylor Kidder

December 15, 2011

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Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight franchise of books and movies has taken the world by storm. Girls of all ages have flocked the theaters and book stores to enjoy Stephanie Meyer’s latest fantastical endeavor. The latest in t...

Gears of War 3 Review

By Azer Chaudhry and Joseph Mills

September 30, 2011

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Should you spend your money on Gears of War 3? Azer Chaudhry and Joseph Mills give their opinions on Epic Games's latest creation. Story Azer - When it comes to the story of “Gears of War 3” you have to be honest, the...

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