Wings of Wonder Bird Show at BHS Auditorium this Friday!

By Mackenzie Pittman Are you looking for an exciting way to spend your Friday night? Your search ends here. Friday, March 23, the Bellbrook High School auditorium is hosting the Cincinnati Zoo’s  “Wings of Wonder” program provided by the Sugarcreek Bird Farm. The show begins at 7 o’clock and will include a wide variety of birds performing an assortment of acts such as flying, calling, … Continue reading Wings of Wonder Bird Show at BHS Auditorium this Friday!

Boys Basketball Tied for SWBL Champs

By Mackenzie Pittman This 2017-2018 winter sports season, the Bellbrook boys’ basketball team has achieved a record of 10-2 and are currently tied for 1st with Franklin High School as SWBL Champions. The boys concluded their last season game on Friday, February 16 against Eaton, and came out on top with a score of 60-41. The team’s players have been bestowed multiple awards. Storm Painter … Continue reading Boys Basketball Tied for SWBL Champs

76ers vs. Celtics Scuffle in London

By Mackenzie Pittman January 11, the Philadelphia 76ers faced off against the Boston Celtics. They shocked the crowd with a fight between Ben Simmons and Marcus Morris during the 4th quarter. Simmons had went to charge through a screen set by Simmons, but in the process he got physical and knocked down Morris. Despite receiving free throws for the foul, Morris was ready for a … Continue reading 76ers vs. Celtics Scuffle in London

8 Moments in Olympic History

By Mackenzie Pittman Sydney 2000, North and South Korea Unite In a moment of reconciliation, both athletes from North and South Korea marched together under a united flag during the opening ceremony of the 2000 games. Although the North and the South competed separately, this moment symbolized a moment of mending and hope. Berlin 1936, Jesse Owens At the Berlin games, Jesse Owens won 4 … Continue reading 8 Moments in Olympic History

2018 Winter Olympics Mere Months Away

By Mackenzie Pittman Another two years have passed and the world is readying for the next Olympic Games, PyeongChang 2018. PyeongChang County in South Korea will be hosting the 23rd Olympic Winter Games from February 9 to 25. The first ever Winter Olympic Games took place in Chamonix, France in 1924, and Beijing will be holding the next Winter Games in 2022. The games encompass … Continue reading 2018 Winter Olympics Mere Months Away

BHS Winter Sports Season Begins

By Mackenzie Pittman December marks the beginning of the winter season, as well as winter sports at BHS. Both girls and boys basketball finished their pre-season and took on their first opponents December 1-2. Boys’ basketball played Brookville at Brookville on December 1 and came out with a win! Girls’ basketball kicked of their season with a win against Waynesville at the annual Pink Game … Continue reading BHS Winter Sports Season Begins

Blockbusters fill the rest of 2017

By Mackenzie Pittman Looking for a way to spend your weekend? As the end of the year rolls around, you can fill your time with blockbuster movies throughout the holidays. October 27 Jigsaw (R) A horror movie following the investigation of gruesome murders committed by the man Jigsaw, who was thought to be dead. Thank You For Your Service (R) Depicts the struggle for soldiers … Continue reading Blockbusters fill the rest of 2017

Watch One of These Top 5 Studio Ghibli Movies

By Mackenzie Pittman Hayao Miyazaki, a co-founder of Studio Ghibli, is a Japanese screenwriter, producer, director, author, and animator. Studio Ghibli is a Japanese animation film studio that has produced a multitude of movies. Miyazaki is well-known for his creative story lines and beautiful animation. His movie “Spirited Away”became the highest grossing film in Japanese history and he won the Academy Award for Best Animated … Continue reading Watch One of These Top 5 Studio Ghibli Movies

Blues for an Alabama Sky: Play Review

By Mackenzie Pittman This October, Sinclair Community College Theater Department produced the play “Blues for an Alabama Sky” by Pearl Cleage. Last Saturday, I had the opportunity to go see it with my dad and my sister, Michaela Pittman. The play follows the lives of five African-Americans living in Harlem, New York during the Harlem Renaissance and a time of mass political controversy. The main … Continue reading Blues for an Alabama Sky: Play Review

Mass releases next installment in Throne of Glass series

by Mackenzie Pittman Looking for a delightful yet captivating novel to read? This September Sarah J. Maas, the author of the New York Times best selling series Throne of Glass, released her newest installment in the series, Tower of Dawn. The Throne of Glass series follows the life of Celaena Sardothien, an assassin living in Adarlan, the current kingdom brokering power over the land. Throughout … Continue reading Mass releases next installment in Throne of Glass series