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Valentine’s Day your way

Angel Beltran and Kat Kochansky
February 14, 2020

Stores have been covered in red and pink since Christmas ended. Whether you are love-sick or sick of love, Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching. Time to decide if you are celebrating with someone special or celebrating alone waiting for all the discount chocolate on the 15th. Just because you do not have a significant other does not mean you have to skip out on the Valentine’s Day celebrations. Take the time for a night of pampering yourself...

Powered by plants

Ansley Melnick, Reporter
February 12, 2020

   Entering 2020 means resolutions for new diets and trends to pursue a healthier lifestyle. Unfortunately, for many families and teens, eating out is a regular occurrence due to laziness or lack of nutritional knowledge. Rather than eating at Burger King for the fourth time this week, it is important for people to know delicious, healthy dining options that are just a short drive away.     Nature’s Corner Market, which is right down...

Thespians take on thescon

Ansley Melnick, Reporter
February 14, 2020

   Thescon. It may sound a bit ominous, but it is the pinnacle of high school thespians across Georgia. On Feb. 6-8, the Etowah High School thespian troupe went to the Georgia Thespian Conference, also known as Thescon. There, Thespians attended a three-day theatre conference at Columbus State University along with 5,000 other people with the same love and passion for theatre. Students...

Jumanji: The Next Level

Nicole Martin, Editor
February 14, 2020

Disclaimer: This article consists of spoilers in the movie “Jumanji: The Next Level.” You are in a jungle. Drops of sweat roll down your face as you try to remember where you are and how you got there. You see large animals in the distance--animals that you have never seen before. It is now time to find a way out. For the characters in “Jumanji: The Next Level,” this experience is not out...

Raising the curtain for Broadway shows

Ella Daugherty, reporter
February 14, 2020

The curtains open. Eyes filled with anticipation look onto the stage as the spotlight focuses on the actors. The scene is set for all the Broadway shows coming to Atlanta’s Fox Theatre this season. In the next few months, "Hello Dolly!,” “Miss Saigon,” and “Hamilton,” are coming to the famed stage.  The first to hit the stage is the musical “Hello Dolly!” which will...

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