Resurrection of ABC’s Ratings

Haley McKelvey, Staff Writer
March 21, 2014

ABC’s new Sunday TV drama “Resurrection”, based off of the book “The Returned” written by author Jason Mott, hooked over 13.5 million people on its series premiere night. If you happen to not be one of those people tuning in, the show centers around a little boy named Jacob from Missouri who... Read more »

Pompeii

Holly Golden, staff writer
March 21, 2014

          Pompeii, released February 2014 to theaters, is a fantastic movie set in 79 A.D about Milo (Kit Harington). He is a slave orphaned by Romans who slaughtered his family, and  he later becomes a gladiator. Keeping always with him his remembrance of the past, Milo becomes an amazing... Read more »

The Lego Movie: Anything BUT for Kids

Keenan McArthur, Staff Editor
March 10, 2014

You have most certainly heard of The Lego Movie’s success by now, be it from friends, family, or critics. Nearly everyone who has seen it has given the movie extremely positive reviews. However, there is still a fairly large amount of people who have yet to see it, most of whom have excuses such as,... Read more »

Lone Survivor

Nick Miraglia, Staff Writer
February 19, 2014

Excitement. Heroism. Terror. Three words that describe the newest war/emotional/survival/action/thriller in theaters. Lone Survivor portrays the true events of Operation Red Wings, set in Afghanistan in 2005. The movie itself is based off the similarly-titled book, Lone Survivor, by Marcus Luttrell. Starring... Read more »

Flappy Bird: The Most Popular Game You Can’t Download

Andrew Drake, Staff Writer
February 19, 2014

You have almost certainly seen it being played.  In study halls, on the bus, or maybe even in class, there is a good chance you will hear a high pitched beep as a Flappy Bird  player has guided their bird through another set of pipes.  In this high tech and complicated world, you would expect any... Read more »

“Pippin” Ain’t Easy

Randy Davis, Editor
February 10, 2014

Starting on March 27th, a new spring musical will be preformed at the Park Auditorium. This year, we are doing a different, yet spectacular performance. It is called Pippin and was written by Stephen Schwartz and first performed on Broadway in 1972. This spring of 2014, Chardon will be bringing it back... Read more »

Papers, Please- A Dystopian Document Thriller

Staff Editor, Keenan McArthur
February 3, 2014

What is the dullest job in the world? That would be working at a call center. What’s the second worst job? That would be working at a security checkpoint at a country’s border, or so you would think. This is why it is simply extraordinary that someone can make a video game based around this, and... Read more »

Frozen

Holly Golden & Ryan Watts, staff writers
January 14, 2014

              Frozen, released November 27, 2013, is an adorable Disney movie about two princess sisters Anna (Kristen Bell) and Elsa (Idina Menzel), secluded from civilization because of Elsa’s powers to control ice.   When they were younger, Elsa accidentally hurt Anna, and to insure... Read more »

Hottest Movie at the Moment: Catching Fire

Haley McKelvey, Staff Writer
December 10, 2013

As the second movie of the Hunger Games series, “Catching Fire” had high expectations to live up to, and did not fail to meet them.  This two and a half hour long movie had its audience members at the edge of their seats for the entirety of the film. “I read the books so I knew what was going... Read more »

Assessing the ‘Gravity’ of the Situation

Keenan McArthur, Staff Editor
November 25, 2013

Slowly drifting through space, two astronauts assess the grim situation they are in: They are separated from their shuttle, running low on oxygen, and have just barely survived a barrage of satellite debris that killed the rest of their crew. They are completely alone, with no air to carry any sound... Read more »

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