Category: A&E

One leap forward, two steps back

One leap forward, two steps back

by Sam Thwaits “Fresh Off The Boat” is ABC’s newest sitcom, based on Eddie Huang’s memoir of the same title. The series follows the Huang family’s life after their move from the Chinatown of Washington D.C. to a whitewashed Orlando, Florida in 1995. The Huang family is composed of 11 year-old hip-hop loving Eddie (Hudson Yang), his two younger oddly […]

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#RambleGate2015

#RambleGate2015

by Sam Walsh So, it’s 12AM on a Sunday night, and I have been writing stuff the entire day. Because of this, my originality is at a low. So for this column, I’m just gonna talk about things I’m excited about. Very stream of consciousness. I’ll make it up as I go along.   First and most importantly, Kanye. It’s […]

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Valentines playlist

Valentines playlist

by Andrew Li   Make Up                                                                                                           Break Up Pony- Ginuwine                                                                                                      Say Goodbye – Chris Brown Wet the Bed- Chris Brown                                                                                   End of the Road – Boyz II Men Neighbors Know My Name – Trey Songz                                                          How Could You – Mario Beg For It – Chris Brown                                                                                      Baby – Justin Bieber Bump N’ Grind – R. Kelly                                                                                     […]

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Emma Lee Toyoda “Sounds off”

Emma Lee Toyoda “Sounds off”

by Sam Walsh and Millie Jones Hale alumni, Emma Lee Toyoda and her band will be competing in the semifinals of one of the biggest band battles in the Northwest next month. Sound Off, an EMP hosted competition, provides a “phenomenal jumping point” for local young musicians, according to Toyoda. Toyoda’s indie folk group includes 2014 Hale graduates Zeke Bender, […]

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The Endless River

The Endless River

by Tanner O’Donnell Some things never die. Although Pink Floyd founding members Syd Barrett and Richard Wright have passed away, they both live on through the band. Richard Wright died in 2008, but last Friday his final works were released by band members David Gilmore and Nick Mason. The English rock band formed in 1965 by Barrett, Roger Waters, Mason, […]

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Middle school throw back

Middle school throw back

by Andrew Li Baby- Justin Bieber Bedrock – Young Money Best I Ever Had – Drake Down – Jay Sean Friday – Rebecca Forever – Drake, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Eminem Heartless – Kanye West Hey Soul Sister- Train Kiss Me Through the Phone – Soulja Boy Love Story – Taylor Swift Party in the USA – Miley Cyrus Replay […]

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Review: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Review: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

By Andrew Li Dawn of the Planet of the Apes was a much anticipated sequel to the popular Rise of the Planet of the Apes. The movie takes place about a decade after the first movie. Caesar (the main ape) and his tribe are thriving while the humans on earth are on the verge of extinction. A small group from a […]

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Japanese Art Deco Exhibit

Japanese Art Deco Exhibit

by Thea Fanning Passing through the gates at the Seattle Asian Art Museum, you’re transported back to the 1940s. Deco-style gates mark the entryways to the large building. Inside the museum is the Deco Japan exhibit, which is what I went to see. It’s a large collection of Japanese art pieces from the 1920s through the 1940s. This was a […]

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TMNT Review

TMNT Review

by Matteo Danis The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were born out of an experiment gone wrong, which coincidentally is exactly how I would describe their lat- est movie iteration. Unfunny, crude, and overall, no matter the scene, cliche. Trying so hard to piggyback on the recent superhero successes in cinema such as Iron man, The Avengers, and the award winning […]

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Deco Japan Exhibit Inspires

Deco Japan Exhibit Inspires

by Thea Fanning   Passing through the gates at the Seattle Asian Art Museum, you’re transported back to the 1940s. Deco-style gates mark the entryways to the large building. Inside the museum is the Deco Japan exhibit, which is what I went to see. It’s a large collection of Japanese art pieces from the 1920s through the 1940s. This was […]

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