Scoop on the Grammy’s

By: Ava Swidler and Cat Carrafiello The 2021 Grammy Awards Show was the 63rd to be aired on national television. Along with the Met Gala and Oscars, the Grammy awards are one of the most sensational and important nights of the year especially for the music industry. The 2021 Grammy Awards took place on March 14th, although they were originally scheduled for January 31st but … Continue reading Scoop on the Grammy’s

Space Jam 2

By: Lyle Alenstein On November 10th, 1996, the original Space Jam was released starring one of the greatest athletes of all time: basketball player Michael Jordan. Just in case you didn’t know, his “Royal Airness” is a 6-time NBA champion, 6-time finals MVP, 5-time NBA MVP and a 14-time All-Star. The Warner Bros production featured many other famous basketball players in the film such as … Continue reading Space Jam 2

Poetic Justice

By: Sabrina Venezia and Diana Jones The First African American Youth Poet Laureate of the United States Amanda Gorman is a youth poet who ignites social change with the power of writing. Growing up in Los Angeles, Amanda’s mother (and inspiration) single handedly raised her and her twin sister. Throughout her childhood, Amanda caught a passion for poetry, often writing in journals as a way … Continue reading Poetic Justice

The End to the Romantic Trilogy

By: Lauren Jacoby and Talia London To know the plot line of the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before movies, one must simply have watched a classic romantic comedy. Lara Jean: the shy main character, Peter Kavinsky: the outgoing, popular jock, Lara Jean’s boyfriend. Before starting this movie, my expectations were not particularly high. The first movie was endearing enough, albeit slightly cringe inducing, … Continue reading The End to the Romantic Trilogy

TV Shows: Old and New

T.J. Collins and Lillie Bianco iCarly By: T.J. Collins On February 8, 2021, iCarly, the beloved Nickelodeon kids sitcom, began streaming on Netflix. The show, for those who are not familiar, revolves around Carly Shay (Miranda Cosgrove). Carly starts an internet show, aptly named iCarly, that becomes an instant hit. Carly recruits her two friends Sam (Jennette McCurdy) and Freddie (Nathan Kress) to aid her … Continue reading TV Shows: Old and New

Briarcliff’s “Young Artists of 2021”

By: T.J. Collins From February 7-28, The Katonah Museum of Art was bustling with people flocking from far and wide (most likely within the boundaries of Westchester) to view the artistic talent of local high schoolers. The exhibition was titled “Young Artists: A High School Art Exhibition” and featured artists from Briarcliff, Ossining, Fox Lane, Bronxville, White Plains and more.  The exhibition was open primarily … Continue reading Briarcliff’s “Young Artists of 2021”

“Bound 2” Break Up

By: Annie Dineen Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West filed for divorce after seven years of marriage. American music producer, rapper, and fashion designer Kanye West, who struggles with bipolar disorder, had a psychological breakdown a few months back. Unfortunately, Kanye himself publicized the whole episode on twitter, calling out many celebrities and outing many family secrets. But worst of all, Kanye claimed that his … Continue reading “Bound 2” Break Up