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Les Mis review

February 13, 2013

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Victor Hugo’s 1862 novel, “Les Miserables”, has moved up from its position on Broadway to the big-screen. On Dec. 25, “Les Miserables” premiered in theatres with sold –out shows throughout the day. The story, which...

‘Kimye” publicity spreads fast

January 25, 2013

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By Nikki Ashton Staff Writer Kim Kardashian is 3 months pregnant with her first child. Kanye West (the father of the baby) announced the big news in a big way: right in the middle of his concert at Revel Resort in Atlantic...

Instagram’s rising popularity

January 25, 2013

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By Corey LaQuay Copy Editor Created in 2010, Instagram is a social application that allows users to take photos, apply digital filters, and share them with friends through not only Instagram, but also post them on various...

‘Lincoln’: a box office hit

January 25, 2013

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By Reed Hennessy Sports Editor Watching “Lincoln” is seeing a movie that truly expresses both the human and political condition of Abraham Lincoln during his crucial years of passing one of the most disputed amendments...

Dystopian trilogy receives reviews regarding unique plot

January 25, 2013

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By Alex Shulski Staff Writer The novel “Insurgent” by Veronica Roth is a truly written masterpiece, receiving high reviews from Booklist, Publisher’s Weekly, and many others. This sequel to the original novel, “Divergent”,...

Local band “Phatboy” rocks it out at Swugfest

January 25, 2013

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By Gillian McGoldrick Entertainment Editor “We’re just so ecstatic to get to this point where we’re playing a main stage,” Sophomore Tom Collins II said as he patted down his wild curly fro. The look on his face showed...

“Twilight” saga’s conclusion

December 19, 2012

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By Brianna Spause Special Features Editor Nov. 16 marked the last segment of a billion dollar franchise, as Breaking Dawn: Part 2 hit the big screen. Hundreds of dedicated fans squeezed into Neshaminy’s AMC 24 theater at...

JoBro’s are back

November 27, 2012

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By Julianne Miller Copy Editor It’s been three long years since the teenage heartthrob music trio, the Jonas Brothers, have had a concert. Joe and Nick went off on their own- Joe with his Fast Life solo album, and Nick with his band The Administrat...

Kyle Nagle is a sensation in the making

November 26, 2012

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By Erica Martelli Op-Ed Editor In Neshaminy, Kyle Nagle is known by most students as the outgoing kid who is always nice and always makes everyone around him laugh. Nagle has been on the radar even more now that he is an upcoming...

Enough of the reality-talent competitions

November 20, 2012

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By Gillian McGoldrick Entertainment Editor From the first season of American Idol, America has been hooked on finding talent through reality settings. Idol pulled the nation to a hault on every Tuesday and Wednesday evening...

“Alex Cross” dissapoints

November 16, 2012

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By Jack Haines Op-Ed Editor “Alex Cross” may be leaving the theaters very soon, so it may seem like a good flick to catch because the theaters will be roomy and the movie may seem good. However, this film...

The Lumineers sweep the nation

November 16, 2012

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By Gillian McGoldrick Entertainment Editor The band formed that formed ten years ago is now finally getting a good taste of fame. The supporting act to Dave Matthews Band, and iTunes Top Ten Albums and Top 5 Singles, the Lumineers,...

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