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Pop artist Camila Cabello releases debut album, taking a step forward in her new beginning

Pop artist Camila Cabello releases debut album, taking a step forward in her new beginning

Anna Drabik, Reporter

January 16, 2018


Filed under A & E, Reviews, Showcase

Camila Cabello has done it again— she has managed to shock me with her incredible songwriting skills, mastery of mixing styles, and her extraordinary voice. Cabello’s debut album Camila was released on January 12, 2018. The album was available for preorder on December 7, 2017, along with “Never Be The Same” a...

Pop artist Mali-Koa Hood releases her debut single, ending 2017 on a high note

Pop artist Mali-Koa Hood releases her debut single, ending 2017 on a high note

Anna Drabik, Reporter

January 12, 2018


Filed under A & E, Reviews, Showcase

After years of anticipation, British pop singer Mali-Koa Hood has released her debut song, “Honest,” ending 2017 with a bang. Hood auditioned for The Voice Australia in 2012, however, I know her because of her brother, Calum Hood of pop-punk band 5 Seconds of Summer. Talent apparently runs in t...

Top 3 anime picks

Top 3 anime picks

Lily Lefevre, A&E Editor

January 9, 2018


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With the sheer amount of anime that is out there, it may be overwhelming for anime fans to find recommendations that can satisfy all viewers, no matter their personal tastes. Therefore, I have compiled a list of my top three favorites to put the spotlight on these must-watches. Hunter x Hunter (2011): Gen...

Pop-punk band Waterparks touches the hearts of fans in Boston

Pop-punk band Waterparks touches the hearts of fans in Boston

Anna Drabik, Reporter

January 8, 2018


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  After being obsessed with rising pop-punk band Waterparks for nearly a year; there wasn't anywhere else I would have preferred to spend my Wednesday night than at their concert. After leaving later than we planned and eating two gourmet Market Basket sandwiches for dinner in the car, my dad ...

The dos and don’ts of concert going, from an experienced concert go-er

The dos and don’ts of concert going, from an experienced concert go-er

Anna Drabik, Reporter

January 2, 2018


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Concerts are my happy place. There’s absolutely nowhere else I’d rather spend my night than in a venue for a concert, whether it’s at TD Garden or some small club that can only hold 200 people. So, in order for you to have the best experience at a concert, I’m here to help, as I’d now cal...

With Confidence dampens allegations with positive energy

With Confidence dampens allegations with positive energy

Anna Drabik, Reporter

December 6, 2017


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“Boston, thank you so much. We’re With Confidence. Knuckle Puck next,” said bassist and lead vocalist Jayden Seeley of pop-punk band With Confidence, unaware that this would be the last time he would ever say this with guitarist Luke Rockets in the band. With Confidence had just performed ...

‘Glory Days: The Platinum Edition’ brings tribulations to Little Mix

‘Glory Days: The Platinum Edition’ brings tribulations to Little Mix

Anna Drabik, Reporter

December 5, 2017


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With three new songs on Glory Days: The Platinum Edition, a documentary, and a sold-out UK arena tour, it could be said that girl band Little Mix is at the top of their game. Are they really, though? The first of their three new songs, “If I Get My Way”, is very anticlimactic. The vocals are cho...

‘Murder on the Orient Express’: Beautiful but disappointing

‘Murder on the Orient Express’: Beautiful but disappointing

Tim Gore, Reporter

December 4, 2017


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***ALERT! This article contains spoilers!*** Written by Agatha Christie, the Queen of Mystery, Murder on the Orient Express is one of the greatest technical achievements of all time. It tells the story of thirteen people stranded on the Stamboul-Calais coach along with the world’s greates...

LSO Review: Asahi Sushi and Chinese Buffet

LSO Review: Asahi Sushi and Chinese Buffet

Drew Lambert, Reporter

December 1, 2017


Filed under Health, Lifestyle, Reviews

In present day America, you can find a plethora of different kinds of restaurants almost anywhere you go. Londonderry is no exception to that by any means. Asahi is a Chinese buffet that also has a variety of other things such as Thai, Sushi and a full kitchen. With so many things in one restaura...

5SOS’s ‘Sounds Good Feels Good’ continues to enthrall listeners

5SOS’s ‘Sounds Good Feels Good’ continues to enthrall listeners

Anna Drabik, Reporter

November 9, 2017


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Thanks to a band of four slightly immature Australian men, my life has changed forever. The pop-punk(ish) group, Five Seconds of Summer (5SOS) formed in 2011, and since then they have released two studio albums, Five Seconds of Summer and Sounds Good Feels Good (SGFG). In 2013, 5SOS toured with One Direc...

‘Logan’ a memorable send off to wolverine

‘Logan’ a memorable send off to wolverine

Riley Walberg, News Editor

March 20, 2017


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Since the release of Iron Man in 2008, we have seen an explosion in superhero movies. Every year, we get a few more, whether it was Sony making Spider-Man movies just to keep the rights to him or DC's recent attempts to compete with the Marvel's dynasty of movies. This recent renaissance of superhero...

Review: Apple AirPods most beneficial to iPhone 7 users

Review: Apple AirPods most beneficial to iPhone 7 users

Riley Walberg, News Editor

January 3, 2017


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After a week of using Apple's new wireless headphones, the Apple AirPods, I have come to the conclusion that they are only worth buying if you have the iPhone 7. Advantages: The AirPods have a very generous battery life, with five hours from a single charge and the case doubling as a charging st...

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