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Hot Pursuit: Armed and Not Really Dangerous

“Hot Pursuit”: Armed and Not Really Dangerous

By Trisha Fritz
May 11, 2015
With summer right around the corner and amazing movies like Avengers: Age of Ultron in the theatres, do not waste your time with a want to be “The Heat” with Reese Witherspoon pulling a Sandra Bullock.
Gillian Young at a golf tounamnet (courtesy of Young).

Always Swinging

By Trisha Fritz
April 27, 2015
Address your body; your feet, knees, hips, forearms, shoulders and eyes should be parallel to the target line. When viewed from behind, the golfer, if right-handed, should appear slightly left of the target.
Sleeping with Sirens: Embrace the Madness

Sleeping with Sirens: Embrace the Madness

By Trisha Fritz
April 1, 2015
For those of you who do not own any sort of social media, Sleeping With Sirens is an American post-hardcore band that was formed in 2009 that has been all over Twitter and in almost every teenage girls conversation.
Justus Wood- far left 
Parzygnat -middle  (Courtesy of Parzygnat).

A Tough Choice

By Trisha Fritz
March 5, 2015
At 15 years old you should be thinking about starting high school and what you are going to do later that day with your friends. But for junior Edward Parzygnat this was not the case.
Cronk at the Pacific Beach in San Diego.

A change of scenery

By Trisha Fritz
January 30, 2015
It is a dream to move out of state. Maybe down south to somewhere warmer where the sunshine never seems to end. But what about the things that go into moving?
The new hit movie Penguins of Madagascar, hit theaters Nov.26 (Courtesy of

Movie Review: Penguins of Madagascar

By Trisha Fritz
December 3, 2014
[T]he story places us directly after the events of Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted with our four favorite penguins: Skipper (Tom McGrath), Kowalski (Chris Miller), Rico (Conrad Vernon) and Private (Christopher Knights). From here, they depart from the circus and send themselves on a mission to celebrate Private’s birthday and buying Cheesy Dibbles, a discontinued product, from Fort Knox. However, Private begins to feel unimportant to the team. The real visual variety picks up when the penguins are suddenly kidnapped and brought to Venice where we meet Dave (John Malkovich), an octopus who disguises himself as Dr. Octavius Brine, a human alias. Dave was once an adored octopus at Central Park Zoo that soon turned sour after being booted from his popularity levels once the penguins arrived.
Roger Waters performed Pink Floyds classic The Wall at the Palace of Auburn Hills on Sunday, October 24, 2010, in Auburn Hills, Michigan. (Courtesy of

CD Review: Pink Floyd- The Endless River

By Trisha Fritz
November 13, 2014
[F]or those who do not know, Pink Floyd, which consists of Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Syd Barrett, Richard Wright and Nick Mason, is a rock band that formed in London and achieved their fame through its psychedelic music in 1973. 20 years later, several years after the death of the keyboardist-Richard Wright, Pink Floyd has melded together 20 hours of unused sessions from the development of their 1994 record, The Division Bell. Pink Floyd has toyed with the idea of releasing the album before into a double album, one disk of more traditional songs and the other with a more instrumental side, but the idea was quickly outed.
Dare To Be Square: Box Trolls Movie review

Dare To Be Square: Box Trolls Movie review

By Trisha Fritz
September 28, 2014

ven at the know-it-all age of 15, movies like “Coraline” and “ParaNorman” used to bring nightmares. “The Boxtrolls” is the latest stop-motion...

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More snow means more fun for the Snow Raiders

By Trisha Fritz
March 3, 2014
While most people are dreading the cold weather, the Snow Raiders are using the never-ending snow to their advantage.
Seniors Blake Jacobs, Jon Los, Mike Andrews, and Tyler
Vasconzez pose with Jennifer Heuck on the bleachers of the stadium (J. Heuck).

When pink hits home

By Trisha Fritz
February 28, 2014
Jennifer Heuck still fights cancer with courage and dedication
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Everything is, in fact, awesome

By Trisha Fritz
February 18, 2014
The LEGO Movie takes the classic toy to a whole new level with action, humor, and familiar voices from your favorite actors.
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When horror movies fail to deliver

By Trisha Fritz
January 28, 2014
The fifth film of the famous "Paranormal Activity" series is confusing and not worth the money.
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Oops! She did it again

By Trisha Fritz
December 20, 2013
After 2 years of being under the radar, Britney Spears is back with a new album.
K. Gallegos

Con: Smiling is not a sport

By Trisha Fritz
November 26, 2013

Cheerleading should make people scared. Not because you saw a routine or tumbling pass that was really good at the pep rally, but because people are...

Image courtesy of MCT Campus

“Thor: The Dark World” is a smashing hit

By Trisha Fritz
November 11, 2013
Chris Hemsworth is back as the the hammer-bearing superhero for a sequel that will leave viewers amazed and wanting more.
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“Carrie” is nothing but a horrific remake

By Trisha Fritz
October 21, 2013
The remake of Stephen King's 1976 horror film is a confusing and bloody disappointment.
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