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Effortless Writing, Astonishing Stories in Chabon’s Pulitzer-Winning Classic

Effortless Writing, Astonishing Stories in Chabon’s Pulitzer-Winning Classic

Sam Tucker-Smith, Staff Writer

April 5, 2019


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Kavalier and Clay has the power to quietly break your heart on numerous occasions, leaving you in pieces, and yet all the while understanding why.

A Trip with JetBlue

Gabe Gerry, Staff Writer

April 5, 2019


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There’s only so many restaurants in Williamstown to review, so I recently had the brilliant idea to review a completely different experience that I don’t usually focus on: airplane flights. So in this review I’ll be looking at my recent trip to Florida. I flew out of Bradley international airpor...

Review: Ben Platt’s “Sing to Me Instead”

Review: Ben Platt’s “Sing to Me Instead”

Sam Tucker-Smith, Staff Writer

March 31, 2019


Filed under Arts & Living, Arts & Living

While some songs don’t quite deliver, others do with extreme emotion and success.

Hello, Dolly! Recap and Review

Hello, Dolly! Recap and Review

Alex Wilson, Staff Writer

March 30, 2019


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Singing! Dancing! Comedy!  Drama!  The new auditorium had its theatric debut with Mount Greylock Regional High School’s rendition of the famous Broadway hit, Hello, Dolly!   Directed by Mr. Jeffrey Welch, the show was performed to sold-out audiences.  Sophomore, Briana Dowling, an ensemble cast mem...

“Queer Eye” Season Three Reinvents

“Queer Eye” Season Three Reinvents

Sophie Jones, Arts & Living Editor

March 19, 2019


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“Queer Eye” season three was released on Friday, March 15, and it does not disappoint. In fact, it reinvents. “Queer Eye for The Straight Guy” was a show originally created in the 90’s, but the “Fab Five” are reinventing the show. Even in the first season of their remake, which previewed la...

You: A Must-Watch

You: A Must-Watch

Sophie Jones, Arts and Living Editor

March 2, 2019


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It was February break, and I had nothing to do, so I thought I might take an hour or so each day to pick away at the new Netflix original series called You. So, I pressed play, and about six hours later I had picked away at all eight episodes of it. You is a show that follows a young woman living in Ne...

Review: New “Songs for a New World” Cast Album

Review: New “Songs for a New World” Cast Album

Sam Tucker-Smith, Staff Writer

March 2, 2019


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What’s great about this show, [Jason Robert Brown's] very first, is that the style is all over the place: there’s full on country rock in “The River Won’t Flow”, soft hymns like the “Christmas Lullaby”, and everything in between. You’re able to see Brown’s music evolve.

Young Justice: Outsiders – Worth the Wait

Young Justice: Outsiders – Worth the Wait

Will McDonough, Staff Writer

February 1, 2019


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After nearly eight years, Young Justice has come back to entertainment. Young Justice is loose cartoon series adaptation of the comic book series by the same name. It is published by D.C. Comics, and features iconic characters such as Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and many other members of the Justice...

Escape Room: Engaging and Riveting

Escape Room: Engaging and Riveting

Saville Keyes, Staff Writer

January 28, 2019


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Escape Room, written by Noah Dorsey and directed by Adam Robitel, is a riveting psychological science-fiction thriller that was released on January 4th, 2019. It’s about a group of four indisposable protagonists that are mysteriously chosen to play this escape room “game” via a black box d...

A Visit to the New Brewhaha

A Visit to the New Brewhaha

Gabe Gerry, Staff Writer

January 21, 2019


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Brewhaha is a classic breakfast and lunch place with a fresh new location in North Adams. Previously on State Street in the heart of the city, the new spot is right on Route 2, a minute or so after the Carr Hardware. I don't totally understand the move - their old location was nice, in town, and easy to ...

Bird Box: Not Worth the Watch

Bird Box: Not Worth the Watch

Sophie Jones, Arts & Living Editor

January 13, 2019


Filed under Arts & Living, Showcase

Perhaps everyone wearing blindfolds had the right idea. Because Bird Box, despite its popularity, is not worth the trouble of seeing. Bird Box, a Netflix original film that premiered on the Friday before Christmas, has been gaining momentum as a popular watch, with almost 45 million users tuning in...

Review: Aquaman

Review: Aquaman

December 22, 2018


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Aquaman, directed by James Wan, is a fantastic comic book film. It showed everything that it needed to, and then some. I enjoyed every second of it. The main plot covers the story of Arthur Curry/Aquaman (Jason Momoa), who must return to his home of Atlantis with Mera (Amber Heard) to prevent his brother Ki...

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