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Exciting Fall Events Around The Community

Animal EDventures Park & Safari is hosting its second annual Spooky Safari & Pumpkin Patch, located in Boynton Beach. On Wednesdays through Sundays from now through the 31st, guests can go through a Halloween themed safari where they get the chance to greet, learn and feed animals like sloths, birds, kangaroos, and more. Photo ops are decorated with pretty pumpkin patches

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Netflix’s Sex Education: Teenage Lens and Sexuality

Naomi Volcy – Staff Writer Often times, teen dramas do not accurately capture the teenage lens. Rather, they overdramatize teenage life and leave many shows feeling out of touch, or like a satire. The Netflix series, Sex Education, does an excellent job at capturing the teenage lens. The plot, characters and their motivations are mostly realistic and can be nostalgic for

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New Movies in Cinema Worth Watching

Lachin Kerbabaeva – Staff Writer Dune (2021), the most anticipated film of this year, will be released on Oct. 21. The film is based on the novel by Frank Herbert. Notably, David Lynch’s previous 1984 adaptation of Dune was unsuccessful. This time Denis Villeneuve (Blade Runner 2049, 2017) took the director’s place, and the musical accompaniment was written by Hans Zimmer (Interstellar, 2014),

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Lore Olympus, a Modern Take on the Myth of Persephone

Colette Tamburini – Online Editor Greek Mythology takes a modern twist in Rachel Smythe’s Lore Olympus, a retelling of the Abduction of Persephone legend. Since its debut in March 2018 on the platform Webtoon, the webcomic has garnered over 299 million views and 5.3 million subscribers. It’s no secret that Lore Olympus’ popularity is mainly due to the engaging story,

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New Movies Worth Watching in the Coming Months

Lachin Kerbabaeva – Staff Writer The end of September again pleases the audience with impressive premieres. The documentary Eating Our Way to Extinction, directed by Ludo and Otto Brockways and narrated by Kate Winslet, was released on Sept. 16. The film takes viewers on a journey around the world from Scotland to the Amazon rainforest, telling stories about food production and

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Slow Down ‘Eternal Blue’ is Here

Jessica Kladerman – Editor in Chief For five years Canadian metalcore band has been slowly releasing enchanting and haunting singles carving the path to their debut album Eternal Blue. Due to COVID-19, this album took nearly two years to produce, with the recording being put on hold more often than not. Spiritbox frontwoman Courtney Laplante worked closely with her husband and

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Making It in Entertainment: Internship Edition

Megan Vineberg – Contributing Writer Anything worth having does not come easy, as they say. Ask any student today in music business with the goal of going into live music touring within the hospitality industry, or those in entertainment management. Music is not something that necessarily requires a degree, and yet a lot of positions in the industry on the

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A Guide to Disney World’s 50th Anniversary

Colette Tamburini – Online Editor It is time to put on those Mickey Mouse ears! Starting Oct.1, Walt Disney World is celebrating their 50th Anniversary with an 18-month event filled with brand new fireworks, shows, food, rides and more. Here are a few things to know for planning a vacation at Disney World during its grand anniversary. The beloved Fab

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