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TV Shows to Watch Based on Your Interests

TV Shows to Watch Based on Your Interests

Janine Jones, Copy Editor

February 20, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Television

The world is full of streaming services loaded with both acquired and original content. The real problems are picking a service and settling on something to watch. We’ve all had those moments where we spend more time searching for something to watch, then we end up not really having time to watch it ...

ABC Finally Casts the First Black Bachelorette

ABC Finally Casts the First Black Bachelorette

Janine Jones, Copy Editor

February 20, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Television

If you happen to be a fan of one of ABC’s popular Bachelor/ Bachelorette franchise, you may have already heard what Mike Fleiss, the show’s creator, called in a tweet “the history making historic announcement could be the most historic in the history of the Bachelor [franchise].” That announce...

Lady Gaga’s Epic Super Bowl Halftime Performance

Lady Gaga’s Epic Super Bowl Halftime Performance

Janine Jones, Copy Editor

February 7, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Television

Sunday night was one of the biggest nights for television. Why, you ask? Because of the Super Bowl, the night where everyone agrees to come together and not complain about commercials, watch a 12 minute concert, and see some football get mixed in there. In recent years, Super Bowl has become more abou...

Why Are We So Obsessed with Reality TV?

Why Are We So Obsessed with Reality TV?

Janine Jones, Copy Editor

February 6, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Showcase, Television

Whether you’re a reality television fiend or someone who has sworn off the entire TV genre, chances are that you’ve watched at least one episode or heard people in your life discussing it. From The Real Housewives franchise to Dancing With the Stars to The Bachelor, reality shows pique some sort of int...

Book Review: Letters to Dr. Wiggy

Book Review: Letters to Dr. Wiggy

James Miranda, Copy Editor

January 31, 2017


Filed under Entertainment

Retired Pace professor Dr. Ellen Mandel’s first book Letters to Dr. Wiggy is a look into her effort to help her close friend and Pace colleague Dr. Susan Maxam during her chemotherapy. The book, however, isn’t so much a typical book as it is a collection of emails sent from Mandel to Maxam. A...

Amazon’s New Series Reveals Zelda Fitzgerald’s Life in Full

Amazon’s New Series Reveals Zelda Fitzgerald’s Life in Full

Janine Jones, Copy Editor

January 30, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Television

People who have heard the name Zelda Fitzgerald typically associate her with being the original “It Girl” of the Jazz Age. Along with being a beloved socialite that was married to one of the top authors of the time, F. Scott Fitzgerald, she was also a very talented writer herself and many of her ...

Audrie & Daisy Reveals The Reality of Sexual Assault

Audrie & Daisy Reveals The Reality of Sexual Assault

Joseph Tucci, Managing Editor

December 5, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Showcase

A screening of Audrie & Daisy was hosted by NYS Assemblywoman Amy Paulin, Scarsdale High School PTA, Scarsdale Edgemont Family Counseling Services, and the Scarsdale Coalition on Family Violence, and showcased the reality of sexual assault at Scarsdale High School’s Little Theater on Nov. 30. A...

Review: Leonardo DiCaprio’s ‘Before the Flood’

Review: Leonardo DiCaprio’s ‘Before the Flood’

Susan Aracena, Arts and Entertainment Editor

November 15, 2016


Filed under Movies, Showcase, Television

The documentary Before the Flood by Fisher Stevens stars adored celebrity, Leonardo DiCaprio. Not only is DiCaprio known for his many movies, he is also known for being a climate change activist. A decade ago, Leonardo DiCaprio narrated the film The Eleventh Hour, which spoke about what we can do fo...

From The Wizard of Oz to Hamilton: Zelig Williams is Living his Dream

From The Wizard of Oz to Hamilton: Zelig Williams is Living his Dream

Joseph Tucci, Managing Editor

November 15, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Showcase

Zelig Williams is now getting a chance to live his dream of performing in theater as he joins the cast of Hamilton on Broadway. The Pace junior has loved theater since his childhood and it spawned after his fourth grade role as the Mayor of Munchkin City in The Wizard of Oz. His love for the art ...

The Death of Vine and What it Means for Twitter

The Death of Vine and What it Means for Twitter

Janine Jones, Copy Editor

November 8, 2016


Filed under Entertainment

A moment of silence for the app that made a bunch of six second videos feel like a lifetime of memories. Twitter discontinued the Vine mobile app. The announcement, posted on Medium, came after Twitter’s reported quarterly earnings that revealed the social media company was struggling to make money. ...

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