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To Kill a Mockingbird is Brought to Life on Broadway

Lilac Lin March 12, 2019

The winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and countless other prestigious awards, To Kill A Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, is a timeless, somewhat melancholic novel that illustrates how prejudice can...

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Isn’t It…A Bit Clichéd?

Ariel Weinsaft February 27, 2019

Warning: May Contain Spoilers! A fresh take on romantic comedies, Isn't It Romantic? hit theaters on February 13th, displaying a journey of finding love in New York City, poking fun at romantic stereotypes...

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Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth At Milk N Cookies

Lucy Brenner February 12, 2019

Nestled along Mamaroneck Avenue, from the outside, Milk N Cookies appears to be an average sweets shop. However, the intricate menu filled with unique choices and the overwhelming aroma of baked goods...

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Creed II Review

Jake Lubin January 10, 2019

Creed II, the eighth installment of the classic American Rocky franchise and the sequel to 2015’s Creed, is definitely a worthwhile watch. Despite the fact that the events of the movie are somewhat predictable,...

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Disney’s “The Nutcracker”: Fan Favorite or Flop?

Ariel Weinsaft December 10, 2018

As someone who has witnessed the outstanding performance of the ballet The Nutcracker every winter break at Lincoln Center for as long as I can remember, the different story exhibited in Disney’s remake...

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Review: Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter V

Tal Blaustein October 24, 2018

With the school year starting and everyone settling back into their boring lives, the silver lining to this colossal cloud may have come from an unexpected source. Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter V album  dropped...

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Is Netflix’s Atypical Too Typical?

Ariel Weinsaft October 8, 2018

Netflix recently premiered a second season of one of its more controversial shows, Atypical, which tells the story of a child on the autistic spectrum and how he navigates his way through both high school...

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To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before vs The Kissing Booth: Which stole our heart?

Maya Bharara and Diana Nerangis September 23, 2018

Netflix has always been a popular service for streaming original and outside content, and two releases this summer garnered more attention than usual: The Kissing Booth and To All the Boys I’ve Loved...

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Let’s Get Crafty: Making It Review

Lauren Zou September 19, 2018

Your favorite duo is back! Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman hosted the six-episode season 1 of Making It, a competition between eight of the most talented “makers”. Through hand-crafted projects and...

Be More Chill (something we as Maroon should probably consider) Review

Talia Schulhof September 18, 2018

  Chances are that you’ve never heard of the Broadway-bound musical, Be More Chill. So stepping foot into the Pershing Square Signature Center to encounter a seemingly endless, energetic sea of theater...

RepresentASIAN: Crazy Rich Asians Review

Alison Chan and Lucy Brenner September 5, 2018

Crazy Rich Asians truly lives up to its name. The film, which is based on the bestselling book by Kevin Kwan, is full of family conflict, unthinkable luxury and of course, Asians. The film features a revolutionary...

The Scoop on Scoop Shop

The Scoop on Scoop Shop

Max Yang, Feature Editor May 31, 2018

Scoop Shop in the Golden Horseshoe is serving up frozen yogurt, ice cream, and candy for all. The store opened on Friday, May 18, and its first day was successful. There were many people in the store,...

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