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Blog: Rascals ratings

Blog: Rascals ratings

By Juliana Foster, Entertainment staff

November 2, 2018

Rascals first post about a therapy dog named Toby, and his owner David Griever.

Review: VanderWaal’s music is just the beginning

Review: VanderWaal's music is just the beginning

By Freddy Roberts, Round Table PSA managing editor

December 8, 2017

A bright and wide-smiled Grace VanderWaal makes her way across the stage in front of thousands of people. The four judges notice the 12-year-old, not expecting a surprise. The teen stuns both judges and viewers at the eleventh season of the NBC TV competition show "America's Got Talent," singing an original...

Review: Dua Lipa searches self in ‘New Rules’

Review: Dua Lipa searches self in 'New Rules'

By Lucy Kiefert, Round Table entertainment managing editor

December 5, 2017

Don’t pick up the phone. Don’t let him in. Don’t be his friend. These are the three rules Dua Lipa assigns herself in her newest single “New Rules” to prevent herself from returning to an ex she is determined not to be controlled by once again. A fast-paced song accompanied by a sweet yet...

Reactions: ‘Fixer Upper’ cancelled after five seasons

Reactions: 'Fixer Upper' cancelled after five seasons

By Lauren Runnells, Round Table reporter

December 4, 2017

“Fixer Upper” is a television show filmed in Waco, Texas focusing on a married couple who buy and sell outdated houses and repair them to look new and trendy. After five season of HGTV’s “Fixer Upper”, Chip and Joanna Gaines chose to cancel. As the show comes to an end, students share their...

Reactions: ‘Stranger Things’ second season

Official logo for Netflix original series

By Anika Van Steinburg, Round Table reporter

November 28, 2017

Season 2 of the popular Netflix show “Stranger Things” is returning to television screens on Friday, Oct. 27. Several students at MHS were excited that the famous TV show was making its return. “I am very excited for the new season,” says MHS freshman Lily Miller. “I’ve been anticipating...

Review: Sam Smith releases new album

Review: Sam Smith releases new album

By Samantha Johnson, Entertainment Staff

November 27, 2017

On November 3, 2016, pop singer-songwriter Sam Smith released his second full studio album, The Thrill of It All. The regular version of the album has 10 tracks and the special addition has 14 tracks. This album was long-awaited by fans of Smith since the last music Smith had released was in 2015. His...

Review: Marteen spices it up with ‘Sriracha’

By Lucy Kiefert, Round Table entertainment managing editor

October 30, 2017

With its bustling bravado, collected confidence and easy energy, Marteen’s debut single “Sriracha” is exemplary of the promising material that can be expected from the next generation of up-and-coming artists. At 16 years old, he has already opened for artists like Kehlani and Fifth Harmony,...

Reactions: ‘IT’ reboot hits theaters

Reactions: 'IT' reboot hits theaters

By Jenna Krueger, Round Table reporter

October 27, 2017

A killer clown wreaks havoc on a small town. An outlandish scenario, but not for Stephen King. The movie adaptation of “IT” hit the screens last month, making it perfect for the holiday coming up: Halloween. Most of the reviews about the movie were positive. “I probably liked it more than...

Review: Saving Forever’s ‘Million Ways’ shines with pop potential

By Lucy Kiefert, Round Table entertainment managing editor

October 26, 2017

The teen dream that is the boyband has existed and dominated culture for decades, and with new group Saving Forever on the music scene, two released singles under their belts, that fantasy is sure to have a renewed longevity. Saving Forever’s “Million Ways” was released in August of this year but...

Vinyl makes a comeback among today’s youth

Vinyl makes a comeback among today's youth

By Lucy Kiefert, Round Table entertainment editor

June 8, 2017

Though the average youth is satisfied with the convenient comfort of digital music, all beneath one screen and neatly packed into his virtual library, many teens and twenty-somethings long for something more tangible, something they can slide in and out of a cardboard cover with sentimental wear-and...

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