By Marissa Aivazis UPDATE: Since this article was written, Kanye West has cancelled his tour. However, please enjoy this inside peek into the experience of attending one of his concerts! GO TO SAINT PABLO! You won’t regret it, I promise. My younger sister is a HUGE Kanye lover and when she found out he was going
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By Sophia Spezialy Ryan Murphy, the creator of “Glee” and “American Horror Story” kicked off the pilot season with the new show “Scream Queens”, featuring an unusually lush sorority called Kappa Kappa Tau, an abundance of celebrity guests stars and of course, a ton of screaming. This horror comedy has a primarily female cast, including familiar
By Caroline Brockett ItsJaneHorner! Catchy name, huh? Jane Horner ‘18 produces videos, edits them using FinalCut Pro X and posts them to her YouTube channel…which just so happens to have almost 4,000 subscribers. Before she was a mini-celeb herself, Horner says that she found herself always watching videos and noticing how the video’s creators inspired
By Mia Sakurada Staff Reporter My fingers trembled in anticipation as “The Empty Hearse” loaded. My armada of battle weapons were ready: the ice cream, the back-up websites in case one site crashes, the shock blanket, and most importantly, the big box of tissues because I was absolutely nowhere near emotionally prepared. The long awaited
By Carly Oscar Opinion Editor Los Angeles has but two seasons, Pilot and Award, according to Jimmy Fallon’s Friday Thank You Notes. While pilot season is more generally spoken of on a need-to-know basis, award season is an annual highlight of pop culture and entertainment news junkies. This year marks the 86th Academy Awards and
By Lindsay Chu Staff Reporter isney’s “Frozen,” which arrived in theaters in late November, follows the journey of Princess Anna as she tries to save her kingdom from the eternal winter caused by her sister, Queen Elsa. Since opening, the feature has grossed more than $900 million worldwide, and is set to reach $1 billion.
In his final weeks at Westridge, drama teacher and director Tim Wright paused to share his vision for the direction of the most recent drama production, “Steel Magnolias”. Over the last several weeks across campus, students could be seen poring over scripts of the play “Steel Magnolias,” the second production of this year’s drama season.