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The joy of trying to paint

June 3, 2019 1:30pm | Hallie Bartelt, Hana Mohamed

Robert Norman Ross: almost everyone remembers or has heard of the amazing painter who could make beautiful landscapes in under thirty minutes. If you haven’t heard of him perhaps you would recognize him by his informal name, Bob Ross. More and more often, the media […]

I Love You 3000, An Avengers: Endgame Review (Spoiler-Free)

May 8, 2019 12:54pm | Austin Graf

Part of the journey is the end. Avengers: Endgame is finally out, and it blew audiences away. As I am writing this review on Thursday, May 2nd, the film has grossed $1.48 billion dollars worldwide, breaking every imaginable box office record there is. It is […]

Track Indoor State Meet 2019

April 12, 2019 1:36pm | Will Timlin

The 25 Million Dollar Question

March 28, 2019 6:29pm | Connor Mackenzie

When thinking about numbers, deficits, projections, budgets, and money it can get confusing. This mess of numbers and ideas gets easier to understand once a couple of questions have been answered. Questions including what even is a referendum, what would this referendum really mean for […]

Captain Marvel makes Marvel nerds angry

March 11, 2019 1:19pm | Nate Siegman

Captain Marvel, a moniker held by seven different characters in Marvel comics, is a role long plagued by controversy. In the new movie, Captain Marvel, these issues reared their ugly head once again but couldn’t stop Captain Marvel from being an above average superhero movie. […]

Tips on Mobile Photography

February 22, 2019 1:59pm | Austin Graf

Everyone may think you need a laptop or a nice expensive camera in order to make and edit photos and videos. Sure, it’ll help but the most powerful tool is the one in your pocket: your phone. Most phones today have great camera quality. For […]

How to Pop Some Tags

February 22, 2019 1:54pm | Emily Macakanja

If you want to find clothes for a good price but not for bad quality, or clothing that is unique and can easily be personalized, thrift shopping is the way to go. After finding a store it can be difficult to know exactly how and […]

Tiny Homes

February 22, 2019 1:48pm | Hana Mohamed

Whether it’s rented, owned, or on the go, tiny homes have become a new addition to types of homes. Tiny homes have their own movement, where tiny homes are advocated. Tiny homes are relatively new, considering they were first established in 2012 by the Tumbleweed […]

Uncle Julio’s Opening

February 15, 2019 2:23pm | Makenna Berens

The opening of a brand new Mexican restaurant, Uncle Julio’s, has caused some major buzz around New Berlin. The new restaurant opened in Brookfield on Tuesday, December 18. This will be the first Uncle Julio’s to open in the state of Wisconsin.   The restaurant […]

Tapping into Newsies

February 7, 2019 5:01pm | Molly Thomas

A classic musical spin based off a true story you may or may not know: Newsies is coming to New Berlin West Performing Arts Center.  After months of preparation, Newsies will hit the PAC stage this weekend. Judith Smith is the director of the production, […]