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Review: ‘To Live and Die in L.A.’ is a different kind of true crime podcast

By Rio Hundley, Features Editor 16 hours ago

Disclaimer: "To Live and Die in L.A." is an investigative true crime podcast which may not be appropriate for all readers. This review and the podcast's episodes make reference to violence, domestic abuse...

The counter at Bianca displays the day's pastries, ranging from banana bread to olive oil cake by the slice. Located at Platform LA, Bianca serves as both a bakery and restaurant for the Culver City area.

Review: Bianca Bakery brings Europe to your plate

By Greta Irvine, Staff Reporter May 7, 2021

With the suspension of international travel, memories of old trips to the scenic streets of Italy or mid-day meals at a French cafe linger in some minds. And while only domestic getaways are feasible...

In this picture on February 10, 2019, the Grammys was hosted at the Staples Center. However, this year the Grammys aired the 63rd show on March 14 at. Students shared their opinions towards how the Grammys went with limited amount of audience members due to COVID-19.

Lights, Camera, Action: Students react to socially-distanced Grammys

By Nyah Fernandez, Multimedia Editor April 25, 2021

During the Grammys, stars from left and right were dressed in fashionable, sparkling outfits with color-coordinated masks while taking precaution from COVID-19 with tables spread out across the Los Angeles...

Lana Del Rey released her seventh studio album

Review: Lana Del Rey’s ‘Chemtrails Over the Country Club’ is authentic and enchanting

By Thea Leimone, Culture Editor April 15, 2021

Lana Del Rey's seventh album embraces the intimate moments of life as she incorporates new facets of the Americana theme, and ventures into new vocal choices without fear of criticism. Del Rey puts aside...

The dance shows theme this year was Synergy. Junior Marley Mills who has been dancing for Archer for five years, described the show as

5, 6, 7, 8: Night of Dance participants adjust to the remote platform

By Chloe Fidler, Voices Editor April 15, 2021

Disclosure: This reporter is a dancer within the Archer Dance Troupe and Dance Company. For the first time in Archer's history, community members viewed Archer's annual Night of Dance on a computer...

The first season of “Teenage Bounty Hunters” was released on August 14, 2020 on Netflix, featuring hilarious fraternal twins balancing their strange and intense part time-job as bounty hunters with high school life and drama. This show stands out from others because of the perfect balance of action with relatable and sweet moments, as well as the uniquely close bond between the twins being at the heart of the show.

Review: Netflix’s ‘Teenage Bounty Hunters’ is hilarious and heartfelt

By Audrey Chang, Contributing Writer April 12, 2021

Funny, entertaining and satirical , Netflix's 10-episode series, “Teenage Bounty Hunters” is a contemporary take on the classic dramedy Netflix. Set in Atlanta, Georgia, in 2019, 16-year-old fraternal...

Review: Environmental messages in ‘The Lorax’ inspire for the future

By Liora Ginzburg, Staff Reporter April 12, 2021

Brightly colored wool-trees in a blossoming meadow, blooming flowers and fields of natural imagery are all staples throughout Universal Pictures’“The Lorax." The utopic imagery of the fictional town...

In this art piece, Saulnier draws a commissioned dog portrait. She is looking to start a small business on Etsy for dog portraits.

Photo Essay: Through the eyes of Ella Saulnier’s artistic mind

By Nyah Fernandez, Multimedia Editor March 28, 2021

Ella Saulnier ('26) was 2 years old when she started drawing and has had a passion for art ever since. Saulnier credits much of her artistic inspiration to her father, who drew doodles of dragons with...

Prime videos newest series,

Review: ‘The Wilds’ is not your ideal story line

By Rose Sarner, Staff Reporter March 6, 2021

Disclaimer: Spoilers ahead. A group of teen girls all struggling with intense internal conflict and trauma are all stranded on an island together.....what could go wrong? Prime Video’s newest series...

Kali Uchis'

Review: Kali Uchis ‘Sin Miedo (del Amor y Otros Demonios)’ is the album you didn’t know you needed right now

By Andrea Ramirez, Staff Reporter February 28, 2021

Singer-songwriter Karly-Marina Loaiza, better known as her stage name Kali Uchis, dropped her new album "Sin Miedo (del Amor y Otros Demonios)'"in November 2020. On Nov. 24, the album took the second...

The middle school Orchestra performs a song during the Winter Concert. The musicians recorded two videos, one for audio and one for visual, which were then edited together and added to virtual background and streamed on Vimeo.

Musical magic: Winter Concert adapts to virtual setting

By Thea Leimone and Greta Irvine February 11, 2021

The middle school choir sings in a virtual kitchen, dressed in aprons while whisking up treats and the upper school orchestra performs the song "Snowflake" surrounded by an image nighttime snowfall. Having...

Erewhons hot bar has a new selection of sides every day made fresh that morning. All their ingredients are sourced locally.

Review: Every Angelenos’ dream and addiction: Erewhon

By Rose Sarner, Staff Reporter February 6, 2021

The god of healthy overpriced food makes Bristol Farms, Whole Foods and Trader Joe's look like they need a reboot. If you ask any young Los Angeles resident where all their money goes, Erewhon is most...

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