Watching Music: The Visual Album Revolution

Phoebe Little SOCIAL MEDIA COORDINATOR   The age of visual albums has come upon us. No longer will fans be fawning over just the music of a new album, but the visuals and storyline of them as well.  Visual albums are an artist’s attempt at bringing their music to life through a series of videos that…

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Get Down with The Get Down

Kate Lasky STAFF WRITER     Netflix has done it yet again with the dazzling new original TV show “The Get Down”. Created by Baz Luhrmann, director of classics like Moulin Rouge, The Great Gatsby, and Romeo and Juliet, The Get Down centers around young teens growing up in the fast and chaotic city of the…

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Artist of the Month: Marlin Montgomery

Freshman Marlin Montgomery is an illustrator and painter.  Q. When did you first realize you had a passion for art? Have you always enjoyed art or did your interest increase as you aged? A. My interest in art grew more as I got older, I guess I never stopped being creative. Q. What is your favorite style of art and why?…

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Scream Television

Tuesday, November 1st, MTV’s summer hit Scream finished its first season strong with a gore filled finale. Chocked full of guttings, stabbings, and an ice cooler scene to terrify the claustrophobic in everyone, the tenth episode of the slasher series revealed secrets and twists, but left its audience hanging in the last five minutes. The…

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Lady Gaga’s Purchases Home Adjacent to Malibu High School

  By: Nikita Weber Lady Gaga recently purchased a new $22.5 million estate in Malibu. Although she owns several homes around the world, Gaga made her largest and most extravagant purchase this October. Also, her new home is only minutes away from Malibu High School. Dan Romanelli, the founder of Warner Brothers’ Worldwide Consumer Products…

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Artist of the Month: Harrison White

Senior at Malibu High School, Harrison White, has earned the spot of Artist of the Month for his impressive photography skills. Art enthusiast since his early years, White had always been a talented drawer, but he did not discover his passion for photography until his Sophomore year of high school. Where did your interest in…

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Stacked: Food Well Built

Sit down, relax, and grab your iPad. At Stacked, a new restaurant in Thousand Oaks, the menus are iPads and ordering is done by a technologically advanced customizable system. The restaurant is located in the Thousand Oaks Mall. This may seem like a long ride for food, but it can be well worth the trip….

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Best 30 Songs of 2013

By Riley Riley STAFF WRITER All together, 2013 was an exciting year for the evolution of music. Many different genres such as pop and techno reached the top 100 chart. The songs listed below were voted by all of America to be on the Billboard top charts. The #1 song Blurred Lines by Robin Thicke…

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STAFF WRITER Martin Scorsese’s latest film, The Wolf of Wall Street, is perhaps the most entertaining film of the year. All production roles were brilliantly fulfilled, resulting in an outstanding movie. The story is based off Jordan Befort’s book, which is a personal account of his career on Wall Street. The movie stayed true to…

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NBC’s Community Returns

By Nolan Webster STAFF WRITER On January 2, NBC’s Community returned mid-season for a fifth season with creator and showrunner Dan Harmon after a season-long absence. The rehiring of this showrunner, which has never happened in the history of television, is mainly due to efforts of cast members Joel McHale and Jim Rash, in addition…

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