By C.J. Destefani Bellbrook High School’s performance of Anything Goes, directed by Ms. Grace Brown, was a great success April 22-26. The audiences from all showings were very complimentary of the show and the talented direction of Ms. Brown. This was Ms. Brown’s first time directing a musical. The cast had a great time with the shows, and the seniors say they will miss the program next … Continue reading “Anything Goes” a Bonding Experience for Cast Members
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By: Emily Bunsold There are millions (and counting) of people who have joined Pinterest since the app came out in 2012. Since then, people have been using Pinterest to find recipes, workout plans, and helpful tips for everyday life. When someone “pins” something like an interesting do-it-yourself idea, the picture can go viral, popping up on everyone’s dashboard, but are these popular pins really achievable? … Continue reading Debunking Popular Pinterest Projects
By Maria Gerbic Lebron James’s tweet from Saturday night, February 7, prior to Cleveland’s 120-105 victory over the Lakers, has stirred quite the controversy over teammates and media alike, who claimed that it targeted James’s teammate, Kevin Love. James originally denied that the tweet, which said, “Stop trying to find a way to FIT-OUT and just FIT-IN. Be apart [sic] of something special! Just my … Continue reading Is Lebron James Feuding with Kevin Love?
By: Rachel Heinz State Senator Bill Beagle is attempting to create new legislation regarding vicious dogs. Sen. Beagle has been serving as state senator for the 5th District of Ohio since 2011. This is his second attempt at adjusting fines and the amount of time before a felon can own a dangerous dog. Current laws state that even if a dog kills someone, the owners … Continue reading Changes to Vicious Dog Laws
By Henry Wong The Bellbrook Key Club supports a myriad of organizations, one of them being The Caring Place in Xenia. It was first started 24 years ago by Pastor Tom Batterman and Barb Swinehart. Every Thursday from 6 to 7 pm, the organization serves anywhere between 100 to 200 free dinners to anyone who comes. Their goal is to provide a hot meal to … Continue reading 24 Years of Caring
by Emily Engle If you google “Bruce Jenner’s transition,” over 2.65 million hits generate. But googling “Belinda Jenner’s transition” yields only a few hundred thousand references. From The New York Times to People magazine, lengthy articles detail how everyone in Jenner’s life is reacting to her newly-announced decision to become a female – yet the articles’ writers overwhelmingly use male pronouns to describe her. According … Continue reading Opinion: Media’s Cissexism Becoming Increasingly Pronounced
By Sarah Rovinsky Harper Lee is a widely known legend for her classic novel, To Kill a Mockingbird. Lee has granted almost no requests for interviews or public appearances since its publication. With the exception of a few minor essays, she hasn’t published anything further. In February, Harper Lee announced Go Set a Watchman will be released on July 14. Carter, laywer and friend of Nelle Harper … Continue reading Harper Lee Releasing a New Book
By: Allison Petkoff On January 29, the largest baby in the state of Florida was delivered. The baby, named Avery Ford, weighed 14.1 pounds at birth and was born at St Joseph’s Women’s Hospital in Tampa. The average baby weight is 7.5 lbs. Only 5% of babies fall outside of the range of 5.5 lbs. to 10 lbs. This baby had a truly exceptional birth … Continue reading Fourteen pound baby born in Florida