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Ash vs. Evil Dead, a Cult Classic Reborn

Kyle Lacey, Junior Staff Writer

April 7, 2016

The hit cult classic, The Evil Dead, has recently been revamped to a new television series on Starz. Set in the same universe of the original films, the series takes place several years later after Ash returns from being transported into the past where he is left in Army of Darkness.  Ash mistakenly ...

Drafting Disaster

Drafting Disaster

Jason Ferris, Co-Editor

March 30, 2016

People often ask me why I write, why I spend hours digging through my imagination and finding the words to string a story together. I tell them that I have to and I’m not the only one. Within everyone is a story, an inner voice, and writing empowers people to listen to it. I know it sounds cliché...

Film is Back in the Running!

Kyle Lacey, Junior Staff Writer

March 15, 2016

First released by the Eastman Kodak company in the early ‘30’s, 8mm film has always had a special place in the hearts of film-lovers. The idea for 8mm film came during the Great Depression because 16mm film was too expensive for home movies at the time. Kodak decided to take those same lengths of 1...

The Bird

The Bird

Jason Ferris, Editor

March 11, 2016

When the opening credits of Deadpool rolled up on the big screen, we all knew this would change the nature of the superhero film or put Fox $58 million in the hole. We’ll call the opening credits self-deprecating and leave it at that. To the delight of Fox, Deadpool’s R rating of nude scenes and middl...

The Roarin’ Age of Soul in the 21st Century: Motown The Musical

The Roarin’ Age of Soul in the 21st Century: Motown The Musical

Reagan Walker, Junior Staff Writer

March 7, 2016

The Jackson 5, Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross: all of these legends graced the stations that our grandparents, parents, and even we ourselves might have listened to. But what is it that they all have in common? If you guessed Motown Records, you are right. Jukebox musical Motown the Musical tells the story of Motown Re...

Holocaust Museum

Holocaust Museum

Nick Moats, Senior Staff Writer

March 4, 2016

Yesterday I had the opportunity to attend The Holocaust Memorial Museum. History books cannot replace the images and items left behind from this tragedy. With that said, it is important that mankind never forgets the inhumane acts committed during this era. Everyone should visit this museum so that we ma...

Superbowl 50

Superbowl 50

Maddie Weaver, Senior Staff Writer

March 3, 2016

Due to Carolina’s extraordinary record coming into the game, winning 17 games and losing just one, many people were expecting them to come out on top. In the days leading up to the Super Bowl, the Carolina Panthers were prepared to face the Denver Broncos, and the odds were in their favor. With Cam...

Super Bowl Halftime Show

Super Bowl Halftime Show

Stryker Marsik, Junior Staff Writer

March 3, 2016

The Super Bowl is one of the most popular televised events around the world for as many as 114.4 million people who clear their schedule to watch the championship game along with the commercials and the halftime show. The halftime show has been around for many years playing mainly pop culture music and ha...

Gods Among Men

Gods Among Men

Jason Ferris, Co-Editor

February 23, 2016

After the 58th iteration of the Grammy’s dazzled people with the red carpet last week, viewers are again left to question why they subject themselves to this system of superiority. We watch these entertainment moguls grace the stage with their weepy pats on the back. We watch these gods among men c...

Leonardtown’s Literary Magazine: Lip Service Until Now

Leonardtown’s Literary Magazine: Lip Service Until Now

Jason Ferris, Co-Editor

February 14, 2016

We have sports teams and a thespian society, a Spanish club, French club, Chinese club, National Honor Society, Computer Bowl, Art Honor Society, even a BBQ club: but where’s our literary magazine? That is the question I asked myself when I embarked on my capstone project for Leonardtown’s Global and ...

Binging on Streaming, Purging on Traditional Network Television?

Binging on Streaming, Purging on Traditional Network Television?

Casey Bacon, Co-Editor

February 5, 2016

With the new year comes new chances, the opportunity to turn around and do or become whatever you want to be, a full 366 days (thank you, Leap Year) to make the best of. Okay, but now to the real significant part of the first month or so of the year: the new premieres and winter returns of all the best and brightest in the way of television...

Possible Farewells to TC Radio

Skyler Broome, Senior Staff Writer

February 5, 2016

It’s sad news for radio enthusiasts and those looking forward to putting their shows on TC Radio – the fate of the James A. Forrest Career and Technology Center’s broadcast outlet looks to be dismal. Live 365, the service in which the radio airs, has recently had a major investor pull out. That l...

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