Movie Classics

Abby Anderson
January 31, 2017 • 44 views
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New movies are constantly coming out of the theaters, but only the ones that are considered timeless can really get labeled as classics. According to Rotten Tomatoes top 100 Classic List, Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window takes number nineteen. Rear Window was released in 1954 and starred James Ste... Read more »

Minerettes

Kelsey Heffernan
January 31, 2017 • 42 views
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Bingham Minerettes are hungry again this year for yet another national title. This year’s seniors have been national champions for both their sophomore and junior years as Minerettes, and they do not plan on changing that winning streak. The Minerettes practice before and after school, and it is... Read more »

La La Land

Brooke Anderson, A&E editor
January 31, 2017 • 42 views
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La La Land is a musical movie about two people (Mia and Sebastian) struggling to follow their dreams. Mia is an aspiring actress who spends her days as a barista at a café at Warner Brothers. Sebastian is an amazing pianist whose dream is to open up a jazz bar and ‘save’ jazz from dying out. The... Read more »

Christmas Concert

Alexis Sampson and Kameron Nuttal
December 12, 2016 • 101 views
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  Yes, it is finally that time of the year. Bingham High’s band and orchestra have been practicing for months for their Christmas which are to be performed throughout December. The groups that are involved are choir, orchestra and band. They all have individual performances on different nights... Read more »

Fantastic Beasts

Brooke Anderson, A&E Editor
December 12, 2016 • 74 views
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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is a movie based off one of JK Rowling’s books. It is set in the same world as her Harry Potter series except it is based in America in the 1920s. The movie centralizes around a British man, Newt Scamander, who visits New York City on his quest to find, re... Read more »

80s Music

Britney Chen, Staff Writer
December 12, 2016 • 86 views
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The time of power ballads and glam metal, 80s music was as colorful and fun as its clothing. After the 70s disco craze died down, rock, pop, hair metal, and new wave became the popular music genres of the new decade. Rock was a music staple in the 1980s. Arena rock, one of rock’s subgenres, had... Read more »

Bingham High’s Production of “Curtains”!

Mitch Potter, Online Editor
November 30, 2016 • 121 views
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The Bingham High School Drama department put on a production of the musical Curtains. Running five performances, the cast and crew put on a show that blew away all of it's audiences receiving standing ovations. The acting in the show was absolutely superb. While it can be hard to find a balance between... Read more »

Toying with Emotions

Megan Hutchings, A&E Editors
May 25, 2016 • 1,713 views
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We all know that most movies aren’t real, yet we still react emotionally to the ones we watch. Sometimes we cry during a movie, we leave feeling like we could rule the world, and sometimes we end up being terrified of the dark for a week because we watched a particularly terrifying horror... Read more »

It’s Good To Be Bad

Ana Ramos, Online Editor
May 25, 2016 • 313 views
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Think about all your favorite heroes, super heroes, protagonists in general. Now think of their villains and super villains, or antagonists. Of course everyone wants to see the bad guys lose and the good guys win… but what if there were no villains at all, in any story that we read, or watch... The... Read more »

The Death Sentence of DC (Cinematic Suicide)

Zion Smith, Staff Writer
May 25, 2016 • 295 views
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You. Yes you. The one reading the newspaper right now. Quick, think of your favorite superhero movie! (but don’t say it out loud because that’s weird). Without it being too much of a wild guess, that movie is probably a property of either Marvel or DC comics, (Feel free to look it up). And... Read more »

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