From Banjos to Beats: The New Sound of Taylor Swift

Rachel Keough ‘16

December 8, 2014

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

“Catchy” does not even begin to define the pure essence of Taylor Swift’s new album, 1989; her musical “hooks” are anchors, as steadfast as they are addictive. If, by now, you do not understand that “the haters gonna ha...

End of Year Deals Reach Fever Pitch

Ian Bertram ’17

December 8, 2014

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

It’s that season again.  Black Friday, a store’s best hope of being “in the black” at the end of the year, coincides perfectly with Christmas shopping.  Stores will often focus on selling expensive technologies – TVs,...

Fall TV Update

Claire Yang '18

December 8, 2014

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Even though homework and school activities take up most of the average student’s life here at Ridge High School, it is quite important to take a break away from all the intense stress and high-paced work. Television today is...

You’re The New Classic

Amanda Hu ‘16

December 8, 2014

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Religious jokes. Feminist interpretations and Freudian psychology. Peer pressure. Questionable parenting skills. Soul-selling. Birds that pick lentils out of fireplaces. Friend-zoned frogs. Valium. The Hood. The production...

Ousting a Tech King

Ousting a Tech King

November 1, 2014

Fall Music: Chill Out with Some Downtempo Beats This Season

Lena Li ’17

November 1, 2014

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

As the temperature and leaves continue to fall, the blaring summer vibes of energetic music and beach blast fun have simmered into cool, indulging beats that diffuse into our new fall music. This season it’s all about the relaxed,...

Fall Movies

Jaime Chou '15

November 1, 2014

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Along with the changing colors of fall leaves, pumpkin spice lattes and haunted hay rides, fall has brought us a new selection of blockbusters to try on for size at our local movie theaters. Among the plethora of choices, here’s...

The Pixar Theory

Michelle Zhao ‘14

May 1, 2014

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

Last summer, a theory started making its way across the vast blogosphere. It came to be known as The Pixar Theory. The Pixar Theory states that all the Pixar movies (those as old as Toy Story and those as new as Brave), actually exist in...

Netflix vs. Television: Indulge Carefully

Avani Bhargava ‘16

May 1, 2014

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Jess C. Scott once said, “People are sheep. TV is the shepherd. Netflix is the shepherd on steroids.” Okay, maybe that last part was fictitious, but Ms. Scott would have been very much correct if she had tacked that amendm...

Tune in Next Time

Kathie Guo ‘16

May 1, 2014

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Despite the increasing popularity of YouTube and online video streaming, T.V. retains its enormous prominence in the media industry. However, this offers an extremely long list of different T.V. shows to watch. To help you make...

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