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CW’s Flash Starts With a Bang

CW’s Flash Starts With a Bang

Robert Bobbitt, Staff Writer

December 2, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Derived from the success of the show “Arrow,” CW Network recently released a re-imagining of the classic DC superhero “The Flash” with a new show this October.  The show follows the story of an awkward forensic scientist named Barry Allen ( Grant Gustin of Glee fame), gifted with superhuman speed ...

Lots of Love for Love Fest

Lots of Love for Love Fest

Hope Bobbitt, Arts and Entertainment Editor

December 2, 2014


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With auditions complete and the cast list posted, Adams ITS is ready to start rehearsing The Penny Dreadfuls for Love Fest. Love Fest, taking place January 30 and 31, is an annual theater festival held at Garber High School in Bay City, bringing several Michigan-based high school groups together for a da...

Taylor Swift’s 1989 “Shakes Off” the Haters

Taylor Swift’s 1989 “Shakes Off” the Haters

Ashley Tjhung, Editor

December 1, 2014


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A far cry from the ex-country star’s self-titled debut Taylor Swift, 1989 is a fun 80s-pop inspired album. While not perfect, 1989 is a solid record and a bright beginning to Swift’s pop career. Claiming the first platinum album of 2014, Taylor Swift is back again with 1989. While sticking with the th...

The Government Inspector: A Job Well Done

The Government Inspector: A Job Well Done

Cynthia Lee, Staff Writer

November 19, 2014


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The Adams Theater kicked off yet another successful year with their performance of The Government Inspector. The Government Inspector is described as “the most Russian of Russian plays,” and the show was not far off with its never-ending Vodka jokes. The play itself is a fair representation of modern...

Cold War Kids Head “Home”

Cold War Kids Head “Home”

Bridget Lockman, Staff Writer

November 17, 2014


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California based indie band, Cold War Kids, released their much-anticipated new album, Hold My Home. This is the band’s first album since their 2011 release of Mine Is Yours and has been received with mixed feelings. Since their first studio album, Robbers & Cowards, which was released in 2006, the...

Adams Music Department Ready to Kick-Off a Great Year

Adams Music Department Ready to Kick-Off a Great Year

Ivan Martinez

September 23, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Showcase

The 2014-2015 school year has started and the Music Department is preparing for a new year full of promise and excitement. With a full slate of performances and festivals on the horizon, both the Choir and Band are itching to start the year off right. The marching band got its first crack at a performance...

Adams Theatre Moves Forward with Fall Play

Adams Theatre Moves Forward with Fall Play

Hope Bobbitt, Arts and Entertainment Editor

September 23, 2014


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With auditions all wrapped up, the Adams International Thespian Society (ITS) is moving forward with its production of The Government Inspector. “I’m feeling pretty good about the incoming cast and crew. Although a lot of our talent left, I feel confident that we have the talent needed to put on...

Don’t Miss Out on Summer Concerts

Don’t Miss Out on Summer Concerts

Hope Bobbit

June 12, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

With so many great venues and different groups of fans, it’s not hard to believe Detroit area’s summer will be full of great concerts. OneRepublic is kicking off the summer’s concerts with their Native Summer Tour, in support of their latest album Native. Accompanied by the Script, they’ll...

Programmed masterpieces

Programmed masterpieces

Mia Swanton, Arts & Entertainment Writer

May 1, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

In the wake of the next generation of video game consoles, it is a good idea to discuss the artistic side of video games. What started with mathematicians working with the lights of a computer screen evolved into complicated patterns of pixels and polygons. From the ageless arcade to the shiny new consoles,...

“Divergent” is slow but endearing ★★★½

“Divergent” is slow but endearing ★★★½

Haley Argeros, Arts & Entertainment Writer

April 30, 2014


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“One Choice One Choice, decided your friends. One Choice defines your beliefs. One Choice determines your loyalties - Forever. ONE CHOICE CAN TRANSFORM YOU.” Author Veronica Roth wrote an entire series based on divergence and turned Divergent into a #1 New York Times bestseller book. Divergent is...

The Many Sides of Jason Derulo’s “Talk Dirty” ★★★½

The Many Sides of Jason Derulo’s “Talk Dirty” ★★★½

Apurva Chilukuri, Arts & Entertainment Writer

April 24, 2014


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If there’s one pop artist who is not afraid of mixing together rap, hip-hop, and R&B, it’s the one and only Jason Derulo. Jason’s romantic vocal ranges create his own personal masterpiece. Now with his new single topping the billboard charts, Jason Derulo has taken his Album “Talk Dirty”...

Find your Music personality! (Quiz)

Find your Music personality! (Quiz)

Apurva Chilukuri, Arts & Entertainment Writer

April 16, 2014


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Could the music you listen to really reveal your true personality? It seems these days everyone is being affected by their choice of music, whether they like it or not. We live in a world where sites like Spotify, Pandora, and Iheart personify who we are as people. No matter what the circumstance, music...

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