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A Review of The Regrettes

A Review of The Regrettes

Zoe King, Journalist

February 11, 2019

I was introduced to The Regrettes earlier this week by a friend. At about 11 at night, I received a message that read “Yoooooo I think I found an extremely underrated band. They’re called 'The Regrettes' and I’m pretty sure I’m in love with them. But yeet skeet my dude Idk why I am telling you...

Mirai (2018)

Mirai (2018)

Daniel Hancock, Journalist

January 23, 2019

Mirai is a 2018 Japanese animated film written and directed by Mamoru Hosoda, whose other notable works include Wolf Children and Summer Wars. It tells the story of a young boy named Kun who struggles with feelings of jealousy and neglect after his parents bring home a new baby. As the story progres...

BTS: “Love Yourself”

BTS: “Love Yourself”

Daniel Hancock, Journalist

October 22, 2018

Korean pop is a foreign music genre that is quickly growing into a global phenomenon. It has been influenced by a variety of styles, ranging from Western pop to hip-hop, and electronic dance to Latin. Characterized by what Vox calls “addictive melodies, slick choreography and production values,”...

Song Review: NF’s “Mansion”

Song Review: NF’s “Mansion”

LI-TE, Journalist

April 10, 2018

Lyricists are known for thinking deeply and coming up with great metaphors and this is also the main goal of rappers. There is perhaps no one as adept at this as rapper Nathan Feuerstein, A.K.A. NF. Today I will talk of one of the biggest metaphors to come out of NF’s music and that is the song “...

The Greatest Showman: A Movie to Smile About

The Greatest Showman: A Movie to Smile About

Camden Hatch, Journalist

February 22, 2018

I first heard about The Greatest Showman exactly six days before I approached the ticket counter. In those six days, the media hype and my anticipation grew as friends told me how much they enjoyed the new movie. I listened to the soundtrack to heighten the anticipation. Sometimes, when people overly p...

The Last Jedi: My Thoughts

The Last Jedi: My Thoughts

Tanner Hoyal, Journalist

February 22, 2018

Star Wars: The Last Jedi has been in theatres for a while now, and chances are you’ve already seen it. However, if you haven’t found the time to make it to the theatre, please note this article contains spoilers. My initial reactions after seeing this movie for the very first time were feelings...

Encore: Book Review

Encore: Book Review

Eliana Massey, Guest Writer

February 6, 2018

Encore: A Memoir in Three Acts is a memoir of Charity Sunshine Tillemann-Dick's experiences as a double lung transplant survivor and world renowned coloratura opera singer. This might sound familiar to Burgers because Charity was kind enough to speak at a fantastic inspiration hour in November, 2017. ...

We’re Killing Our Music

We’re Killing Our Music

Kyler Troy Dennis (LI-TE), Journalist

January 30, 2018

A young man sits and listens to his favorite song. He starts tapping his toes, then he claps his hands. He starts banging his head to the music as he sings as loud as he can. He’s having a good time. But what’s happening inside his head? What is happening with his emotions? To answer this we ...

Album Review: (Imagine Dragons) Evolve

Album Review: (Imagine Dragons) Evolve

Kyler Troy Dennis (LI-TE), Journalist

January 23, 2018

In what seems to be a new modern age of music, there are several new artists that have emerged, including Imagine Dragons. This Grammy-award-winning band includes four members: Dan Reynolds (vocalist), Wayne Sermon (guitarist), Ben McKee (bassist and keyboardist), and Daniel Platzman (dru...

Twenty-One Pilots

Twenty-One Pilots

Kyler Troy Dennis (LI-TE), Journalist

December 13, 2017

From the beginning of time music has been used to express emotion and to deal with tougher emotions. One band who has truly grasped the essence of music is Twenty One Pilots. While their music spans genres from emo, rap, EDM, and even a bit of regga...

Stranger Things Review

Stranger Things Review

Houston Coley, Journalist

December 13, 2017

Williamsburg Legends

Williamsburg Legends

Bridget Lynn, Staff Write Liaison

November 28, 2017

The men, the myths, the legends. Two Williamsburg Learning natives have created an iconic musical band named Soul Chicken. This is an excellent title to describe the amusement one experiences when introduced to this one-of-a-kind group. Let’s meet the two boys who have created a positive uproar...

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