Authentic Mexican Red Pozole

Exploring Mexican culture through food by Gaby Quintero (Staff Writer) – 12/14/17 Here is an example of what the finished result of pozole looks like A common traditional Mexican dish that is made during the holiday season is pozole, a Mexican soup that is made throughout the year but is highly popular during the cold days of Christmas and New Year’s. Pozole is a spicy chicken soup that is garnished with green lettuce, radish slices, dried…

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Coco: A Box Office Hit

Coco is a box office hit and there’s no surprise there by Zyanya Fuentes (Staff Writer) – 12/13/17 Pixar’s new movie, Coco, directed by Lee Unkrich and Adrian Molina, is box office hit at all theaters in the United States. It is no surprise, as Pixar productions are usually pretty entertaining. Coco is one of the most colorful movies I’ve ever seen and its plot is rather unique. It is set in the middle of…

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DIY Pumpkin Bats

A way to revamp your Halloween Pumpkin by: Elizabeth Santos (Staff Writer) 10/31/17 This Halloween, change up your carving pumpkins tradition by instead painting and creating pumpkin bats. Halloween has many traditions people love to participate in. Whether it be dressing up as anything but yourself or giving out candy at night, there’s something for everyone. One of the more popular traditions includes carving pumpkins into decorative jack-o-lanterns to be placed outside to show to…

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Kennedy Students Meet “Hamilton”

The Hamilton field trip for Kennedy students by  Elizabeth Santos Bosch (Staff Writer) – 11/03/17 John F. Kennedy students will get the chance to view the famous Hamilton musical this November at the Pantages Theater on Hollywood Boulevard. Only 60 students are allowed to go to the field trip, which will be all day on Thursday, November 2nd, when the selected few will get a chance to view the musical and meet the cast in…

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Back From the Dead After Four Months

American Apparel is back in business after being bankrupt by Gabriela Arteaga (Lifestyle Editor) – 10/04/17 Sam Abajian and Daniel Streaty modeling a representation of how American Apparel ads typically are. American Apparel is back four months after closing over one-hundred stores, plus filing bankruptcy; the resurrection is thanks to Gildan Activewear Inc., who bought the brand for $88 million. On August 10, American Apparel secretly opened their website for consumer business, and word quickly…

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