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Simon & Schuster, Inc. Cover image for Im Glad My Mom Died.

Memoir tells a child actress’ experiences

Kelly Feng, Managing Editor September 28, 2022

“I’m Glad My Mom Died” by Jennette McCurdy, the child actress who starred in “iCarly” in the early 2000s, is a frank, full-scale memoir that answers many questions about why many child stars...

Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes attend the premiere of “Clerks III.”

‘Clerks III’ release after decade of waiting

Grant Nelson, Staff Writer September 28, 2022

This film has been over a decade in the making and has been part of a cinematic universe that every stoner and "Star Wars" fan boy has come to love – “Clerks III” created by Kevin Smith. The “Clerks”...

Luz (right, voiced by Sarah-Nicole Robles) and King (Alex Hirsch) in Disneys The Owl House.

‘The Owl House’ gets a third season

Megan Anderson, Staff Writer September 28, 2022

On Oct. 15, season three of “The Owl House” will premiere on Disney Channel. This is a show that has touched the hearts of many people, young and old alike, including myself.  The “Owl...

A screenshot of the game, “Splatoon 3,” shows the environment players can expect to experience.

‘Splatoon 3’ offers new content and welcome changes

Craig McKinley , Staff Writer September 28, 2022

Among the abundant quirkiness the “Splatoon” franchise is known for lies gameplay that’s hard to find anywhere outside the series. Its newest game “Splatoon 3” was released recently. Even though...

Cover of the album, “OMG,” by Gia Woods.

Some great LGBTQ+ music to add color to your playlists!

T Clearwater , Staff Writer September 28, 2022

I have probably said her name like 50 times so far this month in school alone. The artist Gia Woods has been an absolute must in my daily listening lately. Woods is an electro-pop genre artist mainly,...

Madison College instructor Jamie Kember, left, performs with “Don’t Mess With Cupid” on one of the stages at the Taste of Madison on the Capitol Square on Sept. 3.

Taste of Madison returns to city’s Capitol Square

Camryn Gardner, Staff Writer September 14, 2022

Thousands traveled from near and far to Madison’s Capitol Square on Labor Day weekend to enjoy food, drinks and live music at the annual Taste of Madison festival. This year, Taste of Madison was able...

Reflection” provides a fun take on Mulan’s journey.

‘Reflection’ offers a different path for Mulan

Lillian Coppelman, Editor In Chief September 14, 2022

Have you ever watched a Disney movie and wondered if some things could have turned out differently? Well, Disney's New York Times best-selling series, “A Twisted Tale,” does just that. What if Aladdin...

The Red Hot Chili Peppers’ ‘Tippa My Tongue’ burns

Paul Becker, Staff Writer September 14, 2022

The funky monks are back. And they are on the run. From whom? Critics? Deranged fans from the ‘90s? The Red Hot Chili Peppers new single, “Tippa My Tongue,” released Aug. 19, is the first single...

‘Warhammer’ has a new game all fans should play: ‘Darktide’

Grant Nelson, Staff Writer September 14, 2022

A game worth checking out this fall is “Warhammer 40,000: Darktide.” This game is set in the universe of Warhammer 40K in a Gothic Hive City, where demons and cults are spread across the surface. The...

‘Rings of Power’ expands Tolkien’s world

Grant Nelson, Staff Writer September 14, 2022

A fantasy show I’m falling in love with is the new “Lord of the Rings” TV show, “The Rings of Power.” This show is everything I have ever wanted in a Tolkien TV show, with great locations, action,...

Gayles performance at Summerfest was one of the highlights of the concerts in the area this summer.

A busy summer of concerts

Sierra Brunner, Staff Writer September 14, 2022

It was a busy summer with all the concerts. I had the chance to go to Summerfest multiple times and even traveled to Iowa and Minnesota for shows. Here are my thoughts on some of the shows I got to see. AJR AJR...

Ann-Elizabeth Shapera, entertains the crowd as Jane the Fool at the Bristol Renaissance Faire outside Kenosha, Wisconsin, on July 10, 2005

Step back in time with The Bristol Renaissance Faire

Mary Segall, Opinion Editor August 29, 2022

Huzzah! Do you enjoy pirates, fairies, steampunk, knights and some Game of Thrones? The Bristol Renaissance Faire is the largest in North America, letting the creativity run wild from people designing...

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