“Temptation” falls short

Riegen Anderson, Opinion Editor

April 3, 2013

Written, produced, and directed by Tyler Perry, “Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor” explores the world of a forbidden desire and the effects it has on the lives of a married couple. Judith (Jurnee Smollett) is married to her childhood sweetheart Brice (Lance Gross), who she’s known for 19 years. After...

Spring Break, Luke Bryan are here to party

Hannah Ash, Reporter

April 3, 2013

Spring break is here, and it's party time. Luke Bryan agrees with this, because that's all his newest album is really about. "Spring Break and Here to Party" is predominantly about drinking and partying, country style. Eleven out of 14 songs on the album are written about drinking and partying. By no means am I saying...

One Republics Comeback Album

Ryne Fletcher, Reporter

April 3, 2013

One Republic released their new album on March 26, 2013.  You can find the album in stores and on iTunes. They have had a reputation on writing and producing good music with the top hit “Apologize”, “Stop and Stare”, and “Secrets.”  This album is no different as they continue to create chart-topping hits. Their...

Spring Breakers: trashy yet intriguing

Becca Fletcher, Features Editor

April 3, 2013

Spring Breakers is a trashy, yet somewhat intriguing film directed by Harmony Korine. The movie follows four college girls (ex-Disney sweethearts Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens, ABC Family’s “Pretty Little Liars” star Ashley Benson, and a unheard of actress Rachel Korine, the director’s wife) and their party and drug-filled...

Matthew Koma does it right with “One Night”

Matthew Koma does it right with “One Night”

April 3, 2013

If there is one new artist doing everything right, it’s Matthew Koma. Over the past year, Kom...

‘The Host’ flawlessly translates to cinema

Blair Parson, Contributing Writer

April 2, 2013

Whenever your favorite book hits the big screen, there's always that anxiety that it won't live up to you're expectations. The special effects used in "The Host" to create the aliens or "souls" was magical. They seemed to come to life on screen. This futuristic world is astonishing, and the perfectly geometrical buildings...

Rockwell’s timeless work on display at Crystal Bridges

Katie Jones

April 2, 2013

What would you rather? Quantity or quality? The artist Norman Rockwell supplies the desires of both. This New York City native artist was once the well-known artist for the cover of "Saturday Evening Post." Crystal Bridges specifically displays 50 original paintings and 323 "Saturday Evening Post" originals from Rockwell. If...

Justin Timberlake’s 20/20 Experience a Listeners Bad Experience

Diamond Moore

April 2, 2013

Anyone who knows me, knows that I've been in love with Justin Timberlake since his Nsync days; So when I heard he was coming out  from his 10 year musical hiatus with an album called " The 20/20 Experience" I had to get it. Being a Timberlake fan, it kills me to say that I absolutely hated this album. I was expecting better...

‘Looking for Alaska’ evokes all range of emotions

Tabitha Bacon, Reporter

April 2, 2013

"Looking for Alaska" by John Green was different than what I expected it to be, but I fell in love with it anyways. It brought out every emotion I had. One night it had me in tears. It was written beautifully, and I feel like a lot of teenagers can relate to it too like I did. It tells the story of a young teenage boy named...

Demi Lavato releases ‘Heart Attack”

Eva Sanchez

April 2, 2013

The first time I heard this words in "Heart Attack" I knew that was going to be my new favorite song. Demi Lovato is back with a new single from her forthcoming album, "DEMI" (May 14th), which she describes as a celebration to life. Since Demi's past focuses on all of her life's ups and downs (eating disorders, cutting issues),...

New TV show, ‘The Bible’ shines

Emily Holland, Cartoonist

April 1, 2013

I always got bored at church when our preacher would give his long, intense opening speeches, and who wouldn’t sit there and text or twiddle their thumbs? I often found myself hunched over against the wall in the corner of the pews, trying to fall asleep. I never had much interest in the Bible nor hardly any understanding...

The Croods proves to be sensational

tara Marie Brown, reporter

April 1, 2013

“Release the baby!” the Croods is a Dreamworks masterpiece of cavemen proportions! The motion picture is comedic gold wrapped up in animal fur and deep fried in dinosaur egg. The box office smash was a hit in both 3d and regular. With children swarming at the door to get a good seat the theaters could almost be warm with...

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