Review: Thirteen Days to Midnight

By Teen Blogger, Timothy | Death is one of the only things you can't outrun, no matter how far or how fast you run. Another of these being love, and along with it comes the curse of heartbreak. But what if we could outrun death, and live forever? Throughout history, people have tried to outrun or even escape death; but at what cost?
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Magazine Review: Alternative Press

By Teen Blogger, Shanelle | In this day and age so many magazines are dedicated to the generic pop artists you hear daily on the radio. Magazines littered with pictures of Miley Cyrus and Beyoncé, advertising the latest breakup or recording studio feud. Teens everywhere pick up these magazines daily and read to their hearts' delight... But what about the kids who don’t listen to Maroon 5? The kids who don’t care about the latest drama? 
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Film Review: Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them

By Teen Blogger, Stephanie | As a huge fan of the Harry Potter franchise, it would only make sense that I would immediately fangirl over something that is Harry Potter-related. For instance, when J.K. Rowling announced that David Yates, the director of the fifth to the eighth instalment of the Harry Potter series, would be returning to film the Harry Potter spin-off film named “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” I freaked out...in a good way! Especially when the first trailer was released, I instantly felt myself being pulled back into this magical universe that I have grown to know so well over my childhood.
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Review: Tokyo Ghoul

By Teen Blogger, Timothy | If you are ever browsing around Instagram, or Twitter, you may have come across the saying “It would certainly be a tragedy,” or you may have seen your friends cracking their knuckles in an unusual way. For those of you who have no clue where these things come from, let me fill you in...
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Teen Blogger Profile: Timothy

By Teen Blogger, Timothy | As this is my first ever blog post, I thought it’d be a good idea to introduce myself to you lovely readers, so that you can connect more with my writing. So, without further ado, here we go! My name is Timothy, and I am 16. I grew up in the Valley, and so I never really had much to worry about. In school, I never really enjoyed reading, and I always got writer's block when we had to write something. But in the past two years since I moved here, I’ve been reading - as well as hoarding - books in my collection, as well as writing short stories of my own...
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Album Review: Cardboard Castles

By Teen Blogger, Jonathan | "There’s seven billion, forty-seven million people on the planet and I have the audacity to think I matter.” Have you ever heard a lyric that just hits you like a ton of bricks and changes your entire worldview for a second?  George Watsky seems to be an expert in crafting those kinds of lines...
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B I G S K Y

Local Art in The Sunroom | Breathe deep. Take a break from hectic city life. Throughout May and June 2017, the 'B I G  S K Y' exhibit by Darrel Kanyok is on display at The Sunroom at Central Library. In a hurried world that surrounds us, Darrel Kanyok's work singles out the elements in nature that compel us to stop and take notice.
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