East students Justin, Alec and Tyler Armer performed alongside East teacher Jeannette Bonjour in Children of Eden at Theatre in the Park. The show ran for two weekends and featured Bonjour in a solo number and the Armers as ensemble members.
Baz Luhrman had a huge budget and a star-studded cast for his latest movie, an adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby.” Yet despite all these factors, the film did not live up to the hype.
The National Art Honors Society held their annual fashion show where students showed their artistic talents through styling and designing looks inspired by “onomatopoeia.”
A review of the childhood cartoons Netflix recently released onto their site.
Check out this spring’s four hottest apps: Lulu, Tinder, Vine and Llama or Duck. Rate your friends and meet new people with Lulu and Tinder. Create new videos and share with others with Vine or relax and play Llama or Duck.
Follow staffer Audrey Danciger as she celebrates Earth Day by recycling old jars to create decretive containers or vases. You can use anything from a peanut butter plastic jar to olive glass jars.
The Little Egypt features a spicy Mediterranean food line up at their buffet. Come and get a mix of Egyptian culture, polite employees and a delicious meal all for under $10 a person.
Looking for a new twist on the classic coffee shop, staffer Michael Kraske tried out the pastries, snacks and juice at t Loft.
Remake of classic 90′s dinosaur film gains suspense and more realistic feel with it’s 3D debut.
“Scary Move 5″ was unimpressive and boring, with seasoned jokes and questionable humor. It stars actors like Ashley Tisdale and Charlie Sheen, who have little credibility and talent. This film attempted to be a spoof, but failed somewhere between it’s child abuse and jokes about dancing lights.
Staffer Leah Pack reviews the “hidden gem” of Bloomsbury Bistro in Corinth Square Shopping Center. The bistro receives 5 stars for both its unique food and atmosphere.
“Evil Dead”, a remake of the original 1981 movie, lives up to its expectations and proves to be just as gory as the original.