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With new song, Lana Del Rey still hasn’t moved past the past

By Caroline Schaeffer, Round Table Reporter
March 8, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Entertainment news articles, Opinion, Reviews

Starting with the thrum of a deep string, surrealism bleeds from the slow crooning of Lana Del Rey’s voice in her new song, “Love”. Accompanied by album art from her bizarre music video, a portrait of Del Rey overlooks shots from the video surrounded by a sky of stars and planets. At first glan...

Oscars countdown: The host matters the most

Oscars countdown: The host matters the most

By Meg Kady, Round Table reporter
February 16, 2017
Filed under Blogs, Entertainment, Entertainment news articles, Featured, Opinion, The Latest

The Oscars are only two weeks away, and my countdown begins. Award shows have been heating up TV screens across the nation, but with the Grammys on Sunday, and the all the drama it encompassed, people are even more aware that awards season is upon us. Let's start by looking at the basics of this yea...

Mary Tyler Moore made it after all

Mary Tyler Moore made it after all

By Heidi Daniels, Round Table reporter
February 14, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Entertainment news articles, Entertainment reaction article, Featured, Opinion, Reaction articles, The Latest

Leaving behind a legacy, actress Mary Tyler Moore died at the age of 80 on Jan. 25 after going into cardiac arrest. Diabetes, hypoxia, and aspiration pneumonia all contributed to Moore’s death. She died, peacefully, with her family surrounding her hospital bed. The actress, born on Dec. 29, 1936, began he...

Gaga’s “super” Super Bowl performance

Gaga’s “super” Super Bowl performance

By Katie Athey, Round table reporter
February 3, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Entertainment news articles, Entertainment reaction article, Featured, Reaction articles, Reactions, The Latest

The big story of Super Bowl LI may have been The Patriots impressive comeback, but Lady Gaga also made headlines with her show stopping halftime performance. Middletown High School students had many opinions on the show. Sophomore Damien Lawrence said, “She was the best of all the half time shows,”...

Vine shuts down and leaves Hype in its wake

Vine shuts down and leaves Hype in its wake

By Madison Blumenaur, Round Table website editor-in-chief
November 21, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Entertainment news articles, Featured, The Latest

Last week, Twitter announced that it was shutting down the short video sharing app, Vine. The app, having trouble monetizing, has become less important in the aspect of social media. After the news, the original creators of Vine, who sold the app to Twitter, have announced their next initiative, a livestreaming...

New interactive Apple game causes distraction

New interactive Apple game causes distraction

By Jade Ruggieri, Round Table features editor
November 10, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Entertainment news articles, Featured, The Latest

The phone lights up. You see it vibrate on your desk. While you should be paying attention in class, all you can do is think about beating your opponent in a game of pool. The Pigeon game is becoming the newest addiction based off the strong following that Apple has. Pigeon, a game only accessible...

‘Deadpool’ director quits in a haste

‘Deadpool’ director quits in a haste

By Liam O'Byrne, Round Table facebook editor
November 2, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Entertainment news articles, Featured, The Latest

Shocking news for fans emerged in the past couple of days that “Deadpool” director, Tim Miller, has exited his post as director for “Deadpool 2”. The first “Deadpool” movie was Miller’s first full-length film he had directed. Previously, he has worked on video effects and computer games,...

Nintendo Switch makes a hyped debut

Nintendo Switch makes a hyped debut

By Liam O'Byrne, Round Table facebook editor
November 2, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Entertainment news articles, Featured, The Latest

Previously codenamed the Nintendo NX, the Nintendo Switch has finally made its debut as Nintendo’s new major home console. Some of the games showcased for release with The Switch are a new Legend of Zelda game and a possible new Mario game. The hype has arisen, but will it be all it is cracked up to...

Is J.K. Rowling in over her head or hitting another wave of success?

Is J.K. Rowling in over her head or hitting another wave of success?

By Abby Huston, Round Table reporter
June 2, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Entertainment news articles, Featured

In 2001, J.K. Rowling wrote a book called “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”. The book is in the Harry Potter series as one of the student’s textbooks; it explained all of the magical creatures in the wizarding world and where the may be located. Warner Bros. announced on Sept. 12, 2013...

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