Marvel’s Luke Cage

Netflix’s adaptation of the unique hero Luke Cage catches everyone’s attention By Joshua Reveles (Staff Writer) -11/18/16 Marvel Entertainment is constantly creating new superheroes and coming out with new movies and TV shows, but their newest Netflix original show, Luke Cage, is something new and original and relates to modern day issues. Although the character Luke Cage isn’t new, he was created in 1972, the story and depiction of this superhero is new. The TV show…

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Fall for Some Tasty Apple Enchiladas

How to make some of the best enchiladas By Sophia Reyes (Staff Writer) -11/15/16 The seasons are changing, and it is no longer summer. I believe you know what that means? Fall has come to pay everyone a visit. Fall is known for its cooler temperatures, leaves changing into vibrant colors, and the start of the holiday season. To commemorate this new season coming upon us, why not make a delectable dessert that will surely…

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The Cruffin’s Fresh Out The Oven

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse brings the croissant-muffin to the LA district. By Masha Yastreb (Staff Writer) -11/15/16 Mr. Holmes Bakehouse, in Huntington Park, made a smashing entrance with the cruffin – croissant muffin- at the beginning of the month. The new bakery is bringing in hundreds of customers with their cruffin alone. This inventive hybrid has caught the attention of many. A cruffin is croissant dough baked into the shape of a muffin, covered in sugar,…

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Let’s Get Freakish

A review on the first season of Freakish By Caridad Valle (Staff Writer) -11/7/16 Kennedy High School is starting to get a bit freaky. Hulu’s new television series, Freakish, filmed multiple scenes at Kennedy. The show starts off with multiple teenagers arriving to school for either Saturday detention or other extracurricular activities. An emergency call alerts all the students that the chemical plant in their town has exploded, resulting in everyone being ordered to go inside….

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Concussions and football

Looking at the risks from the players’ points of view By Arianna Garcia (Staff Writer) -11/1/16 There are many talented individuals that attend John F. Kennedy High School, but junior student Ignacio Guillen is one amongst this category who besides participating in the school’s marching band, currently plays clarinet for “La Arrazadora Banda el Refugio” outside of school. Banda is a brass-based musical group that plays Mexican songs and is generally a form of dance music….

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