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Blue’s Clues returns

Evan Williamson, Courier Staff

December 2, 2019

I’m going to admit that this article is hard for me to write because it’s my final one. What started out as an opportunity from Baylee Cochran (Brynteson) before the 2018 Spring semester continued on as a favor to her after ...

An iconic decade of Taylor Swift

Tea Wheat, Entertainment Writer

December 2, 2019

When Taylor Swift started her music career, she was a 10 year old who loved to sing karaoke at local businesses. At age 11, Swift sang the national anthem at a Philadelphia 76ers game, and the rest was history. At the same a...

Frozen 2 warms audience’s hearts

Tea Wheat, Entertainment Writer

December 2, 2019

I ran into many obstacles when trying to see the new film, even the weekend after opening weekend. All theatre's within a 30-minute radius were sold out, or had only a couple of seats free scattered around the theatre, and the only ...

Disney announces timeline through 2023

Christopher Gibson, Courier Staff

November 18, 2019

Disney just made a major announcement. The studios just announced new movies for all the way through 2023. The announcement included five additional Marvel films on top of two that fans already knew about, bringing the total ...

“Prank Encounters” redefines comedy shows

Tea Wheat, Entertainment Writer

November 18, 2019

Gavin Matarazzo, from the hit show Stranger Things, has now created his own show, and it is stirring up a lot of controversies. Matarazzo’s new show is called Prank Encounters and it most definitely redefines what it means to be a...

Disney+ lives up to the hype

Evan Williamson, Courier Staff

November 18, 2019

A lot of people have been talking about Disney+. I’ll be reviewing some of the different shows that are on it. I couldn’t help but notice a few things missing; a couple classics and TV shows that I want to see again, but h...

The art of playing the long game

Evan Williamson, Courier Staff

November 11, 2019

Playing a long game in movies, TV., books, etc. takes a special skill. It also comes with a huge risk because many factors can derail your plans. I mean, how many shows have been canceled, leaving questions unanswered? Most of them ...

Pat Sajak’s road to recovery

Christopher Gibson, Courier Staff

November 11, 2019

One of America’s beloved game show hosts underwent emergency surgery this past week. Pat Sajak, the host of Wheel of Fortune, had surgery to correct a blocked intestine. Filling in for him while he is home and recovering, i...

“Living With Yourself” explores self concept

Tea Wheat, Entertainment Writer

November 11, 2019

The show follows Miles Elliot, who lives an ordinary life. Elliot goes to work early and returns late, but it isn’t long before viewers can tell that he is not living a very happy life at all, he is having issues at his job an...

“Jumanji” comes back to the big screen

Evan Williamson, Courier Staff

November 4, 2019

This past summer, a movie trailer was released for a sequel to Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. On Halloween, they released a final trailer for it and I will admit, I have mixed feelings about it so let’s break it down. The ...

Benioff and Weiss drop out of Star Wars trilogy

Christopher Gibson, Courier Staff

November 4, 2019

With Star Wars fans buzzing about Star Wars: The Rise of the Skywalker, news broke the other day that Emmy-winning directors David Benioff and D.B Weiss are no longer working on the next trilogy for the saga. This announcement co...

“Insatiable” releases second season

Tea Wheat, Entertainment Writer

November 4, 2019

The first season of this show followed main protagonist Patty Bladell, played by Debby Ryan, as she goes through a court hearing against her for assaulting a homeless man. In an unfortunate chain of events, the homeless man punches P...

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