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Elton John’s new album came out in one “Wonderful Crazy Night”

Elton John’s new album came out in one “Wonderful Crazy Night”

By Liam O'Byrne, Round Table reporter
February 12, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Featured, Reviews

Music icon Elton John has pleased fans yet again by releasing his newest album “Wonderful Crazy Night.” His classic piano sound is back with a modern spin. This gives him the chance to catch a new audience as well as his old fans. The album starts off with the song that shares the name of the a... Read more »

Ruth B’s song “Lost Boy” is attracting attention

Ruth B’s song “Lost Boy” is attracting attention

By Sam Beltran, Round Table reporter
February 10, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Featured, Reviews

Ruth Berhe, also known as Ruth B, made her appearance in the world of music earlier this year when her song, “Lost Boy” went viral. The 20 year old vine star composed the ballad, initially only having a few lyrics and a tune, with which she received many positive reactions from her fan base. After finish... Read more »

Turning up the spice of Taco Bell

Turning up the spice of Taco Bell

By Isaac Hoehn, Round Table beat/box/buzz editor
January 20, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Featured, Reviews, The Latest

Taco Bell is arguably the best Mexican restaurant in the city of Frederick. They have great food, great service, and great prices. The best menu items are the nachos and cheese, the #8 (three tacos and a large soft drink) and the taco 12-pack. The soft tacos are delicious - tortilla, meat, and cheese blende... Read more »

It may not have been on ‘Purpose’, but Bieber came back and he’s on fire

It may not have been on ‘Purpose’, but Bieber came back and he’s on fire

By Aniston Morris, Round Table entertainment editor
January 15, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Featured, Reviews, The Latest

I couldn’t "beliebe" my ears when I heard Justin Bieber, the popular Canadian artist on the radio yet again. After his successful career beginning with his debut EP ‘My World’ in 2009, where he was a young chap at the age of 15, he took a left turn into some trouble. Throughout his adolescence, he ... Read more »

Supergirl sparks some attention

Supergirl sparks some attention

By Marley Pratt, Round Table reporter
December 4, 2015
Filed under Entertainment, Reviews, The Latest

There must have been kryptonite on the set of the new CBS series, Supergirl, because this program is weak. This action packed show follows Superman's superhuman cousin, Kara Zor-El/Kara Danvers. At only 12 years old, Kara and baby Superman were sent from Krypton to Earth. While Superman's pod went to... Read more »

Kylie Jenner may not be what she seems

Kylie Jenner may not be what she seems

By Alyssa Klink, Round Table executive producer
December 4, 2015
Filed under Entertainment, Reviews, The Latest

Yesterday, when I was scrolling through my Facebook feed, (yes, I use Facebook) I came across a link to an article by Interview magazine about an interview with the famous and incredibly talented Kylie Jenner. I have to say, I am one of those people who embarrassingly “keeps up with the Kardashians,... Read more »

Taz is totally wanted

Taz is totally wanted

By Jay Harsch, Round Table reporter
December 2, 2015
Filed under Entertainment, Reviews, The Latest

A majority of my childhood can be summed up as “repetitive.” I watched the same movies, heard the same songs, and played the same games. So I know Taz: Wanted pretty well. I can’t even tell you how I came across this game because I’ve known it for as long as I can remember. The general co... Read more »

The Amazing Spiderman manages to live up to its name

The Amazing Spiderman manages to live up to its name

By Natalie Berry, Round Table reporter
November 25, 2015
Filed under Entertainment, Reviews, The Latest

The Amazing Spiderman by James Vanderbilt, based on the original Spiderman series, was released July 3, 2012. With the classic Spiderman movies succeeding its high expectations, the new one hoped to do the same with a similar plot, but a new villian.  The new Spiderman gave more depth to how Peter... Read more »

School lunches feed the common unhealthy diet of kids

School lunches feed the common unhealthy diet of kids

By Emma Sandler, Round Table reporter
November 25, 2015
Filed under Editorials, Opinion, The Latest

A friend of mine walks away from the cafeteria lunch line carrying a breaded chicken patty, a carton of chocolate milk, and a white, plastic container with a clear seal on the top with a brown, chunky liquid inside. I asked her what was in the cup. She told me, “I don’t know.” So why was she... Read more »