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Twenty-One Pilots Top the Charts

You may recognize the name Twenty One Pilots from their immensely popular album “Blurryface,” released in 2015. The titular song dominated the radio for months and the catchy tune wormed its way into every...

I Reviewed Three Horoscope Sites And Here’s What I Found

Humans have studied the stars for as long as mankind has looked upon the night sky. Historically, natural disasters and human events have been explained by changes in the stars. Today, many still believe...

Snow to Savor

With an emphasis on staying local and natural, new Lakewood dessert spot Snowbaby serves only creamy shaved ice. The restaurant, located in the Lakewood shopping center, is small, However, the area is clean and...

TED IN TRAGEDY

  4/5 STARS In July, 1969, Ted Kennedy, presidential hopeful at the time, went to a party at a friend’s house on Chappaquiddick, an island off the coast of Massachusetts. At what he later...

Brings All the Boys to the Yard

Calling all sweet tooths (non-sweet tooths, you’ll want to listen too), Dallas has the ultimate sugar-packed, over-the-top, diet unfriendly and indulgent dessert out there. Meet Cre?me de la Cookie’s freakshake. Starting with an innocent...

What Makes Songs Sound the Same

  Since the first few times I listened to “Country Girl (Shake It for Me)” during basketball warm-ups in the eighth grade, I have been hooked on not only Luke Bryan, but country music....

iPhone X-cellent

The iPhone X has been dubbed by Fox News as “the best upgrade from Apple in seven years,” and I personally agree. The smooth glass back, the sharp OLED screen and the crisp-clear camera...

There is Nothing South about “Somewhere South of Galway”

PICTURED ABOVE: Senior Cate Ginsberg as Brenna begins the play singing as she folds laundry. Photo by Katie O’Meara. Written and directed by senior Grace Lowry, “Somewhere South of Galway” tells the story of...

Not Your Average School Lunch

PICTURED ABOVE: Pan-Seared Salmon with Harissa Vinaigrette from Public School 972 // Photo by Ashlye Dullye Black and white composition notebooks line the tables, giant mathematics holy-cards tower over tables and plastic globes hang from...

More than Just Frida

To say that the new Mexican Art Exhibit at the Dallas Museum of Art, Me?xico 1900–1950, is a hit, would be an understatement. Crowds of people line up every day; from young art enthusiasts...