Chipotle: Best Burrito Bowl

For a high school student on a budget, in West Hartford, without a car, and craving a burrito bowl, options are pretty limited. That’s why I started going to Chipotle: it was convenient, easy, and cheap. But after the first time I tasted the miracle of flavor that is Chipotle, I was hooked. I quickly […]

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Endgame: A Review

By Niki Taylor This article contains major spoilers for Avengers: Endgame. Beware. After 11 years of box office hits and a culmination of now 22 movies, Marvel Studios has hit another home-run with its latest release Avengers: Endgame. With a staggering 2.2 billion dollars in just the first week and a half of its release, […]

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Queen Beyoncé

by Shreeya Chalikonda ’21 Beyoncé made her directorial debut in the new Netflix documentary “Homecoming” –  a concert film about Beyoncé’s journey creating her 2018 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival show, renamed “Beychella.” Not only was this an amazing show, but Beyoncé also became the first black woman to headline at Coachella since its […]

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Caging ‘Social Cues’

by Juliana Kulak ’20 Anyone who knows me knows that my favorite band is Cage The Elephant; for my 14th birthday, my parents got me tickets to their show at the Spring Fling Tour held at the XL Center, which I arrived about two hours early for just so I could get front row (it […]

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Ben Frankhauser is a Real Master

By Alyssa Pilecki ’20   On May 6, I got the opportunity to attend a masterclass led by broadway’s Ben Fankhauser. Fankhauser was in the original broadway cast of “Newsies” and on National Tours of “Spring Awakening,” and “Beautiful – The Carole King Musical.” He also has amazing vocal and acting technique that he was […]

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Ted Bundy is ‘Shockingly’ Fantastic

by Joey Fago ’20 Biographical crime thriller  “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile” directed by Joe Berlinger dramatizes the story of the notorious serial killer Ted Bundy. The movie is led by actor Zac Efron as Bundy and Lily Collins as Bundy’s long time love interest Liz Kendall. It takes the viewer through a time […]

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Tokyo Sushi: A Taste of Japan

By: Bella Leuschner Many students at Kingswood Oxford know the delicious Black Bamboo Restaurant that serves fantastic Chinese food. But what many don’t know is that right next door is an equally as appetizing Japanese restaurant called Tokyo Sushi. Tokyo Sushi is super close to campus and has speedy service, so if you are not […]

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