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Austin Mahone, Madison Beer, Backstrret Boys Rock LIV Nightclub

The Backstreet Boys

By Doris Pace Staff Writer Hours before the doors opened the line was wrapped around the club entrance for the all-ages show at LIV nightclub in Miami, Florida. Madison Beer, an Instagram sensation and newcomer to the music world, was the opening act for the night’s show, followed by Austin Mahone who took a break from his Japanese tour and

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Detroit: Become Human: A flawed but worthwhile game

Detriot Become Human Video Game

By Anabel Sanchez Contributing Writer After over five years of production, gaming studio Quantic Dream finally releases Detroit: Become Human. It’s directed by the studio’s longstanding writer, David Cage. As with Cage’s earlier effort, Beyond: Two Souls, this game’s narrative is decision-based. A flow chart unlocks branches according to what choices the player has their character make, which, in turn,

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Game Night in Coral Springs popular new hang out


By Doris Pace Contributing Writer Thursday, 10 p.m. Game Night starts getting crowded. Spencer Molz, owner of Game Night and Valentin Sinitean, his partner, start dashing from the front of the bar to the kitchen. “It’s after 9 o’clock, that’s when it gets packed. It’s like everyone got off the same bus,” said Molz. Gamers, non-gamers, locals and visitors were

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“Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story” on Netflix: A 1940’s icon and modern inspiration

Hedy Lamarr

By Anabel Sanchez Contributing Writer Beauty, wit, and undeniable brains. That is how Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story epitomizes Hollywood screen legend Hedy Lamarr. A 90-minute documentary that premiered at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival, it finally premieres on Netflix for easy streaming. First-time director Alexandra Dean sheds light on Lamarr, whose beauty and image was so powerful, she was

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All Haile BC’s New President, Gregory Haile

Greg Haile

Stephanie Sylvester South Bureau Chief These past few weeks have been a critical and challenging time for BC as students were given the opportunity to potentially meet with BC’s next president. Each president had strong and persuasive campaigns emphasizing different issues important to BC to gain student, teacher and faculty support. Out of the few candidates, one candidate was distinctive

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Calling all citizens to vote, make their voices heard this November

vote pin

November is approaching fast, and with November comes the mid-term elections! The mid-term elections give you a chance to exercise your given right as a citizen, and vote for who you believe is best for office. This includes senate seats, house of representative seats, governors, mayors and many other government jobs. We, at the Observer, believe that voting is one

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