Which Scary Movies to Watch This Halloween

By Michaela Pittman The season for scary movies has finally arrived. And if you are anything like me, you have a difficult time deciding what to watch. There are a plethora of scary movies out there, but only a handful are really worth your time. Knowing which one to pick can be a difficult task, so I have made a list of movies organized to … Continue reading Which Scary Movies to Watch This Halloween

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

Was Your Show Cancelled or Renewed?

By: Carter Caldwell Just as all things have life cycles, so do our favorite TV shows.  When the end of a season rolls around, fans (and sometimes, those who work on the show) are constantly wondering if their show made it.  Generally, networks keep the shows that have large fanbases, but loyal fans are always a big plus.  Shaky ratings, on the other hand, are … Continue reading Was Your Show Cancelled or Renewed?

Summer 2017 Movie Lineup

By: Carter Caldwell The summer movie season is always one that guarantees fun, and this summer is no exception.  This summer will see the release of upwards of 40 films, including horror, drama, superhero, and comedy films.  On June 2, right after school lets out, Wonder Woman will be the first modern day superhero movie centered on a female superhero.  Also released on that day … Continue reading Summer 2017 Movie Lineup

DPYO Ends 79th Season With A Bang

By Rachel Giffin The Dayton Philharmonic Youth Orchestra ended its 79th season on May 7, 2017, with the last exciting notes of Arturo Marquez’ “Danzon.” It also featured other well known pieces such as “On The Beautiful Blue Danube” by Strauss and “Night on Bald Mountain” by Mussorgsky. DPYO is open to elite musicians who are high school students in the Dayton area. These students … Continue reading DPYO Ends 79th Season With A Bang

Miamisburg Theater Presents A Tale As Old As Time

by Bergen Eppers Children’s Performing Arts of Miamisburg is taking its own turn on the tale as old as time. On May 13, this children’s theater will be having their last performance of the 1994 Tony Award winning musical Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” at the Memorial Auditorium. Based on the 1991 Academy Award winning movie, “Beauty and the Beast” still adds humor, romance, and action … Continue reading Miamisburg Theater Presents A Tale As Old As Time

“Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2” Premieres in Hollywood, Challenges High Expectations

By: Carter Caldwell On April 19, Marvel’s long awaited Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2 premiered at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood leaving the audience more than satisfied.  The film, which takes place in the ever-expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe, is a sequel to 2014’s Guardians of the Galaxy, which was praised for its comedy, soundtrack, and visual effects.  For the sequel, Marvel writer/director James Gunn … Continue reading “Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2” Premieres in Hollywood, Challenges High Expectations

BHS Jazz Band Performs at Sugar Maple Festival

By Rachel Giffin The Bellbrook High School Jazz Band performed several spectacular numbers on Saturday, April 22, at Bellbrock Park for listeners attending the Sugar Maple Festival in Bellbrook. The BHS Jazz Band’s program featured many soloists, and songs from a wide variety of jazz forms. As the performance continued, spectators gathered in higher numbers, some dancing to the lively music. The BHS Jazz Band … Continue reading BHS Jazz Band Performs at Sugar Maple Festival

Sugar Maple Festival: Roller Coaster of Flavor

by Bergen Eppers You’re walking downtown with bunch of people busy around you and you smell the sweet savory scent of barbecue sauces, the arrangement of spices, burning oil, and of course the light touch of sugar. Feeling hungry yet? The Sugar Maple Festival was filled with people all cramming to have the taste of the festival assortments on April 21-23. Ranging from grilled chicken … Continue reading Sugar Maple Festival: Roller Coaster of Flavor

Find your Dayton restaurant

By Elaine King As Prom and the season when leaving the house is bearable approaches, it is worth mentioning restaurants in Dayton worth your money. Doubleday’s Grill & Tavern in Centerville has everything. From chicken pot pie to pizza, this foodie destination has a wide array of quality food for an even better price. There is also a new location in Springboro. Cherry House Cafe in Beavercreek … Continue reading Find your Dayton restaurant