Ariana Grande Deserves Billboards Woman of the Year Award

Ariana Grande Deserves Billboards Woman of the Year Award

November was another great month for superstar artist Ariana Grande. She was named Billboard’s 2018 Woman of the Year, another amazing feat that Grande can add to her list of accomplishments and awards. In 2018 alone she has received and been nominated for various awards, this one being one of her most prestigious.

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The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

The selection of Netflix Originals is growing each month with new additions of movies and television series’, including reboots, making it difficult to choose what to watch. The new Netflix original series, “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” an adaptation of the Archie Comics, gives an overall eerie and unique take on the classic animated and live-action sitcom “Sabrina: The Teenage Witch.” This new series gives a modern touch but with more mystery and a darker aesthetic. Directed by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, director of “Riverdale” on CW network, there are similar parallels between the two shows, including possible crossover cameos.

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Bringing a taste of Sweden to Petaluma

Bringing a taste of Sweden to Petaluma

While it is no secret that Sonoma County is popular for its wine, it is now more so than ever, becoming a hot spot for food lovers as well. One restaurant that has jumped on this bandwagon is Stockhome, a family-friendly eatery that is located in downtown Petaluma, Calif. Ran by husband and wife Chef Roberth and Andrea Sundell, Stockhome brings something new and Swedish to the Bay Area.

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Queen will rock you once again

Queen will rock you once again

The newest movie detailing the rise and fame of Queen could be described as emoitonal, exciting and entertaining. “Bohemian Rhapsody,” directed by Brian Singer, captures the thrilling ride of this band, the challenges they faced, and the considerable achievements they made. The unique style of Queen and their unexpected success was illustrated throughout.

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Student Spotlight:The Brassholes

Student Spotlight:The Brassholes

It’s no secret that the halls of the Green Music Center are teeming with talent. Gifted individuals walk the halls every day, but the real magic occurs when these musicians begin to collaborate with their peers. One of the most promising musical groups on campus, The Brassholes, have had a great start to the year. They share their story on how they came to be, who they are, and what their plans for the future look like. 

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‘Mr. Burns’ lights up the stage with their post-electric performance

‘Mr. Burns’ lights up the stage with their post-electric performance

Orange and red leaves cover the floor and tree branches cover the wrecked car; it looks like fall in the middle of the woods. Lanterns light up the surviving faces as they surround a campfire, all looking dismal and some shedding tears. There’s a somber mood lurking, making it clear something is wrong. Suddenly, Matt, played by Rhett Curry, lights up with the memory of a television show, beginning the journey of healing and explanation of the disaster.

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