OPINION: An outsider takes on Netflix’s Ginny and Georgia (Season 2)

By: Tommy Dickman There are things I do not wish to be misconstrued about this article. I am nowhere near an expert on film and television nor teen parenthood in America. I am, however, someone who has watched all of Ginny and Georgia season two…and did not like it. <spoilers ahead> Major Characters Ginny is one of the main protagonists along with her mother Georgia. … Continue reading OPINION: An outsider takes on Netflix’s Ginny and Georgia (Season 2)

A look at Jim Morrison and The Doors: An American Prayer, 45 years later

By: Riley Hodges An American Prayer was an album released in 1978 by The Doors. It was the best selling spoken word album of the time and sold over 1 million copies. The album was released seven years after the death of lead singer Jim Morrison. The surviving members of The Doors came back together to create a tribute to Jim Morrison. They recovered old tapes … Continue reading A look at Jim Morrison and The Doors: An American Prayer, 45 years later

2023 fashion trends forecast mixing of contrasts

By: Madi Miller This year’s fashion trends continue contrasts: loose to tight, soft to shiny. You will see cut-outs, 90’s inspiration, and lots of vintage touches. The Moto Trend: This particular style uses the 90’s vintage vibe as a foundation for the outfit. Leather material is used to create these pieces. No matter how low or high price you are willing to pay, there is … Continue reading 2023 fashion trends forecast mixing of contrasts

OPINION: Kanye West loses it all

by Emma DeWeese It’s safe to say the whole world has been keeping up with Kanye. From his over-the-top publicity stunts and his considerably offensive statements, Kanye West has been the center of attention ever since he stepped into the spotlight in the early 2000s. Whether you love or hate him, it’s fair to say he has left the media in a frenzy after recent … Continue reading OPINION: Kanye West loses it all

Try a different Christmas playlist, from folk to punk to classics

By Adia Miller One of the greatest parts of the holiday season is all the different art you get to enjoy that season. From movies to music, the right artistic work can put you right back into that feeling of being ten years old, unwrapping the gift you’ve been begging to get for a year with all your loved ones at your side. Anything from … Continue reading Try a different Christmas playlist, from folk to punk to classics

“Peter and the Starcatcher” takes BHS theater in a new direction

By Emma Forshee Upon entering the theater, audience members are handed a program and are invited to take a seat. A heavy, crimson curtain kisses the stage and a rickety ladder peeks out from the orchestra pit.  This show, written by Rick Elice, already has the quickly–filling room pulsating with excitement and child-like wonder before it even begins. An imaginative production, “Peter and the Starcatcher” … Continue reading “Peter and the Starcatcher” takes BHS theater in a new direction

Spirited is a surprisingly dark Christmas Carol

By Adia Miller When it comes to Christmas movies, everyone who celebrates the holiday has their staples. From the claymation of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer to the black and white glory of Miracle on 34th Street, these yearly watches are sure to get anyone in the Christmas spirit. On November 11, AppleTV released Spirited. The festive trailer promised a modern retelling of the classic … Continue reading Spirited is a surprisingly dark Christmas Carol

The Grammy awards adds a new song category 

By: Audrey Cable The Grammys added the category Best Song For Social Change for 2023. The Grammy awards committee stated that their Recording Academy members proposed this idea. It will be “one of the highest honors a socially conscious song can receive.” They added the category to highlight the musicians who try to make a change in the world through music.  Bellbrook students chimed in … Continue reading The Grammy awards adds a new song category 

Good Omens Season 2 now “off-book”

By Adia Miller In 1989 beloved fantasy novelists Neil Gaiman, author of Coraline and American Gods, collaborated with the prolific Terry Pratchett on the 1990 book Good Omens. Though it initially received good reviews, the book was largely forgotten amongst the two authors’ better known works before earning the title of a cult classic with a resurgence in the early 2000s. In small online forums … Continue reading Good Omens Season 2 now “off-book”

OPINION: An outsider reviews Midnights album by Taylor Swift

by Riley Hodges On October 22, Taylor Swift released the album Midnights at midnight and as expected it’s received a lot of attention. Of course I figured who better to review the album than someone who doesn’t listen to Taylor Swift, let alone pop music? Find the YouTube playlist of the album here. Lavender Haze I only ever played Rocket League once at a friend’s … Continue reading OPINION: An outsider reviews Midnights album by Taylor Swift