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If youre looking for an unconventional thriller, Bad Genius is for you. The main cast of Bad Genius poses for a poster on Netflix. “I really thought that the character portrayals were really well done,” said Emma Latinision ‘21.

Bad Genius: A Thrilling, Unconventional Heist Film

Caitlin Treacy, A&E Editor May 28, 2021

When you think of a thriller heist, what do you think of? They typically follow a group of seasoned criminals trying to pull off an elaborate plan to get what they want. Films like Ocean’s Eleven, Reservoir...

With 30 songs, Wallen’s album has it all. You can find it on all music streaming platforms.

Morgan Wallen Doesn’t Miss

Caroline Clark, Staff Writer March 30, 2021

When it comes to country music, Morgan Wallen has taken the nation by storm. January 8th was a monumental day for the well-known artist as he released his first double album: Dangerous. Of 30 songs total,...

Lilianna and I at the AMC Tyngsboro 12 theater when we saw Incredibles 2.

Theaters Won’t Go Away

Caitlin Treacy, A&E Editor March 29, 2021

The line before the concession stand was backed up. Everyone wanted to buy overpriced foods to have something to munch on during the movie, including us. Lilianna and I were going to share a flatbread...

The Golden Globes are happening on Feb. 28th at 8 p.m. EST. The ceremony has garnered criticisms for their questionable nominations and internal issues.

The Golden Globes Kind Of Suck

Caitlin Treacy, Arts and Entertainment Editor February 28, 2021

Every year, without fail, people are up in arms about the weird, unexpected, or just plain boring and uninspired Golden Globe nominations. Despite the fact that the ceremony is pushed back two months,...

It’s been fifty years since the Grateful Dead released American Beauty to the public, and it still impacts youth listeners to this day.

American Beauty: 50 Years Later

Josh Parr and Alex Tisa January 27, 2021

This year, we celebrate the 50 year anniversary of the critically acclaimed folk-rock album American Beauty by Grateful Dead. Released in 1970, the album was considered to be some of the Grateful Dead’s...

Popular Music at HB

Popular Music at HB

The most prevalent music taste at Hollis Brookline High School ranges from different genres, depending on both the age groups and the newest viral videos on social media. Pop and Rap are stereotypically...

The spectrogram of the final track on the album, Look. A spectrogram is a way of visualizing audio as a frequency-time relationship graph, in this case used to hide pictures of cats inside the song. Generated with Sonic Visualizer.

An Incredible Avant-Garde Album About… Cats?

Tyler Bazemore, Staff Writer December 16, 2020

Many artists have played with the idea of a concept album, an album composed of songs that all relate to a specific theme or story. From albums about an artist's personal feelings to ones about the environment...

Grinch fans wonder whether or not this 2018 adaptation is worth the watch this Christmas season. This is the third movie iteration of Dr. Seuss’ famous book, now done by Illumination Entertainment. “Some [liberties] are just padding, some quite mistaken,” says Associated Press News writer Mark Kennedy.

Movie Review: The Grinch

Kaitlyn Ferdinand, Head Editor December 11, 2020

I would be lying if I said that my first reaction to hearing that Illumination Entertainment was remaking Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas was one of joy. I personally wasn’t a fan of their...

Griffin Harper ‘21 practices guitar on a cold October afternoon. Harper thinks back on his time in quarantine, and how it affected his views on making music. ¨Yeah, well for me quarantine.. it gave me a lot more freetime, so I was making one song a week and posting it online because it made it a lot more easier to improve.¨

The Pen is Stronger than the Pandemic

Sam Hayes, Staff Writer December 2, 2020

COVID-19 has had a massive impact on every American's lives within these past few months, but how has it affected artists? One of the main problems artists face is a lack of time they can use to practice,...

The poster for Trap, the spring play last year. It was pre-recorded and live streamed on YouTube last May. “I think it’s the best we can do under these circumstances. Would I prefer doing in person shows? Yes. We can’t because, you know, we can’t,” says stage manager Jess Hu ‘21.

The Show Must Go On

Caitlin Treacy, A&E Editor November 12, 2020

Despite the many obstacles that the coronavirus pandemic has created, the theater program is still going strong, even though it’s being conducted over Zoom. Starting with the cancelation of The Music...

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