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Watching Private Practice is a spin-off of Grey’s Anatomy where neonatal surgeon Addison Montgomery moves from Seattle to Los Angeles to work at a health clinic run by her divorced friends. It’s a fresh and fun take on Grey’s with its emphasis on a setting in a high-paced hospital. The patients are a lot more dynamic and fleshed out than … Read More

Fear, Hatred, Love, Action: The X-Men Return Gloriously In Brand New Show

by Ben Schoenberg ’24 Created by writer and producer Beau DeMayo, X-Men ‘97 streaming on Disney+ crafts the perfect superhero show the likes of which Marvel hasn’t done in years. Starting development in 2021, the show serves as a continuation of the iconic 90’s cartoon which ended in 1997 and sees the return of several original voice actors such as … Read More

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Cowboy Carter – Beyoncé Only God Was Above Us – Vampire Weekend Beyoncé’s most recent release, Cowboy Carter is indicative of a new era in the Beyoncé timeline. Representing her Texas roots, the new album has an overarching country sound while still combining elements of R&B, Soul, and Pop music, making Carter feel familiar with previous releases. Beyoncé’s use of … Read More

Challengers: a Story about Love and Tennis

by George Awkard ’24 Challengers, directed by Luca Guadagnino, features a love triangle through the lens of tennis. Zendaya plays Tashi Dun can, a fierce and spunky player turned coach for her husband Art Donaldson (Mike Faist), a more reserved and determined tennis player who’s gone pro. Josh O’Connor plays Patrick Zweig, an outgoing and driven tennis player without fame … Read More

The Garfield Movie Loses Track of Its Main Character

by Jordan Costolo ’25 Now, I’m sure most of you know this staple character of American pop culture, but for the uninitiated, here is a brief summary: Garfield started off as a comic strip published in 1978 about a lazy orange cat and his owner Jon. Since his original creation, however, Garfield has evolved into something much larger. As the … Read More

Halo Season Two: Revised and Reloaded

by Justin Lakso ’25 Season 1 of Halo left much to be desired. From the amount of plot holes to deviations of the source material, fans of the Halo series were very disappointed with Paramount for taking a beloved video game series and bastardizing it on television. The producers recognized they had missed their target audience by a long shot … Read More

The Spider Within Lives Up to Expectations

by Evelyn San Miguel ‘26  After its initial release in June of 2023, the highly anticipated sequel to the Spiderverse trilogy—‘Across the Spiderverse’—made waves in the box office, delighting critics and audiences with its next-level animation and spectacular plot. From the makers of the trilogy comes a ten-minute deep dive into the main character Miles Morales’ psyche, a short film … Read More

March 2024 What We’re…

Watching While many people may be more familiar with Matt Reeve’s 2010 American remake Let Me In, Swedish director Tomas Alfredson’s original 2008 film Let the Right One In is certainly worth a watch. While on the surface Let the Right One In may seem like another supernatural vampire movie, the story being told most excels when it comes to … Read More

‘Eternal Sunshine’ Is Grande’s Most Vulnerable Album Yet

by George Awkard ’25 The era of Eternal Sunshine by Ariana Grande began with a cryptic Instagram post on December 7 of Grande in the studio, leaving fans curious about what Grande had in store after not hearing anything new for four years. She announced the release date on her Instagram with three covers on January 17. Grande also released … Read More

Cage The Elephant Makes an Electrifying Return

by Audrey Farris ‘25 When Cage the Elephant frontman Matt Shultz was arrested in January 2023 after two loaded guns were found in his New York City hotel room, it was the first anyone had heard about the band since early 2021. When a hotel employee saw Shultz pull a gun from his pants pocket in one of the hotel’s … Read More