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Tunesday

Tunesday

November 3, 2015

As humans, we sometimes judge certain things without ever giving them a chance. Punk music is something in this world that is constantly passed over or looked down upon. People tend to think that it is... Read more »

Breakfast all day at the Blue Plate Café

Breakfast all day at the Blue Plate Café

October 6, 2015

After visiting the Memphis Escape Rooms and driving around in circles trying to find a place to eat, a restaurant across the street from the starting point, the Blue Plate Café, seemed like the only pl... Read more »

A girl’s guide to fashion

A girl’s guide to fashion

September 24, 2015

You need to watch these summer movies

Eric DiNicolantonio, Staff Writer

September 24, 2015

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Disclaimer: Not all movies reviewed are appropriate for all ages. Viewer discretion is advised. With so many blockbusters being released each summer, it is sometimes hard to decide which ones are worth the time. Here are three movies that you absolutely have to see. Ant-Man “Ant Man” is a classic Marvel superhero movie with a twist. It hits closer to home than other superhero movies because of how Scott Lang i... Read more »

Beauty Shop is quirky and friendly (and you’ll love the fries!)

Beauty Shop is quirky and friendly (and you’ll love the fries!)

September 21, 2015

It’s a Friday night, and you want to go out for dinner with friends but no parents. A great place to chill and dine is the Beauty Shop in Midtown. Although it may seem fancy at first, the servers are... Read more »

Gryphons say hello to “Bye Bye Birdie”

Gryphons say hello to “Bye Bye Birdie”

September 16, 2015

The theatre department had a successful season this past school year, performing renditions of “Seussical the Musical,” “The Curious Savage” and “The Outsiders.” This fall, the St. George’s ... Read more »

Everybody loves The Weeknd

Everybody loves The Weeknd

August 31, 2015

When most people talk about The Weeknd, whose real name is Abel Tesfaye, they often discuss his hair and ignore the musical talent he possesses. After dropping out of high school, he became addicted to d... Read more »

Spring and summer fashion made easy

Spring and summer fashion made easy

May 14, 2015

Summer break is approaching fast and with it, freedom from dress code. From the school hallways to the city streets, these suggestions will get you through comfortably and stylishly. (Sorry boys, this... Read more »

Family fun!

Family fun!

May 14, 2015

“Home” is a movie about an alien who is the King of the Boov. The king steals the only egg of a bad alien called the Gorg, and the Gorg chases the Boov. The Boov finally settles on Earth an... Read more »

Summer hot spots

Courtney Harshbarger, Opinion Editor

May 12, 2015

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Local

OTHERLANDS This cute coffee bar in midtown is the perfect place to spend time over the summer. Otherlands usually features live music on Friday and Saturday nights, and it is an excellent way to meet artists, musicians and writers. It is also great place to visit for a cup of tasty coffee, and something off the food menu, such as one of their delectable bagel sandwiches. MEMPHIS PIZZA CAFE Summer would not... Read more »

“The Curious Savage” takes the stage

“The Curious Savage” takes the stage

April 30, 2015

The upper school spring play, “The Curious Savage,” premieres tonight at the Germantown campus chapel. “The Curious Savage” is a comedic play written by John Patrick that was first produced in... Read more »

Hidden gems

Hidden gems

April 15, 2015

Imagine walking into your local Kroger and you see a large container of an unusually shaped fuzzy fruits to your left and a creamy green-colored dessert on your right and whole rabbits without eyes being... Read more »

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