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Oldies but Goodies
Oldies but Goodies
Taylor Koop April 29, 2020

In times like these, it can be difficult to keep yourself entertained. Especially when you have run out of things to watch and Netflix, Hulu,...

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"Stranded Views from Quarantine" Preformed by Huntley High School's Theatre Workshop Class
Ashley Reilly April 24, 2020

Everyday during third hour twenty students gather with english and theatre teacher Christine DeFrancesco in the PAC to attend their Theatre Workshop...

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“Love Is Blind” is a perfect quarantine binge
Sara Hursey April 14, 2020

On what felt like the 800th day of quarantine, I logged into my Netflix account to search for something I had not watched already. The trailer...

What The Voice recommends
What The Voice recommends
The Voice Staff and Braden Turk April 14, 2020

When you are quarantined, you tend to have a lot of time on your hands. Here at The Voice we decided to compile a list of some of our favorite...

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Delve into the murder and madness of "Tiger King"
Ethan Babicz April 14, 2020

Way out in the small town of Wynnewood, Oklahoma, there once was a zoo that housed exotic animals from around the world and allowed people from...

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“Emma.” a great romantic movie for all
Molly Baker April 10, 2020

Joyful, fun, and laughable are all words to describe the movie.  Based on Jane Austen’s 1815 novel, this new take gives the audience an interesting...

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"The Roommate" provides a shocking, suspenseful experience
Grace Carpenter April 10, 2020

“The Roommate” starts with a girl named Sara moving into college and then attending a party. There, she meets a drummer named Stephan who...

"The Hunt" just another movie about violence
"The Hunt" just another movie about violence
Hailey Pohl April 7, 2020

Deplorable! A group of righteous liberals accidentally reveal their plans to capture and kill 12 people on a manor in Vermont. The public is...

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“I Still Believe” is an Emotional Rollercoaster
Lindsey Leigh March 30, 2020

“I Still Believe” is a phrase many people struggle with saying when things in their life go awry. Not everything in life is going to go perfectly....

The anticipated album release of Niall Horan
The anticipated album release of Niall Horan's "Heartbreak Weather"
Skylar Sharkey March 17, 2020

Niall Horan has done it again. The former One Direction star just dropped his second solo album, “Heartbreak Weather,” on March 13, and fans...

"Onward" is a fantastic family-friendly film
"Onward" is a fantastic family-friendly film
Amanda Brooks March 8, 2020

The movie “Onward” took a game similar to Dungeons and Dragons and put it on the big screen for all ages to enjoy. Ian (played by Tom Holland)...

"The Way Back" film brings out the emotional side of viewers
"The Way Back" film brings out the emotional side of viewers
Rayne Zilch March 7, 2020

This isn’t just a story of an alcoholic.  Jack Cunningham, played by Ben Affleck, is a middle-aged man who is trying to recover from a...

Book to Bigscreen: "To Kill A Mockingbird"
Book to Bigscreen: "To Kill A Mockingbird"
Skylar Sharkey March 2, 2020

You’ve spent weeks anticipating your favorite book’s movie adaptation. You’ve obsessed over the cast, meticulously examined the soundtrack,...

What to watch next: "Parasite"
What to watch next: "Parasite"
Alex Hartleb February 27, 2020

When I heard that “Parasite” was winning numerous Oscars, including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Original Screenplay, all I can...

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Brahms: more than a doll
Kimberlynn Bjurstrom February 23, 2020

The house is dark and silent until loud noises awaken Liza, played by Katie Holmes, who, believing her son is downstairs, wanders through the...