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Late to the Party: Grand Theft Auto V

Late to the Party: Grand Theft Auto V

Late to the Party: Grand Theft Auto V By: Will Salzarulo   In 2013, the fifth entry in the Grand Theft Auto series was released to commercial and critical acclaim. Grand Theft Auto V is considered THE fastest-selling entertainment product of all time. Selling 11 million copies in 24 hours. It is also considered the […]

Spoiler Alert! Dead Poets Society Reviewed

Spoiler Alert! Dead Poets Society Reviewed

Dead Poets Society Reviewed By Thomas Harper When I found myself looking for a cozy Fall movie, I came across a film called Dead Poets Society. After reading through the summary and glancing at the cast I was hooked. I started the film expecting a light-hearted yet emotional teen drama, but I was entertained by […]

Music Notes: The Land is Inhospitable and So Are We – Mitski (2023): Review

Music Notes: The Land is Inhospitable and So Are We – Mitski (2023): Review

The Land is Inhospitable and So Are We – Mitski (2023): Review Mitski, a Japanese-American indie-pop singer, released her 6th studio album, “The Land is Inhospitable and So Are We” on September 15, 2023, just a year and a half after the release of her album “Laurel Hell”. She is known for her orchestral instrumentals, […]

Epaulettes: The Walking Sharks

Epaulettes: The Walking Sharks

Photo credit: Diveplanit Luca Berberich’s long-standing interest in the natural world is being brought to the Talawanda Tribune in their series: Luca B. the Science G. Today they’re here to talk about the mysterious shark that walks on land… the Epaulette Shark! Epaulette Sharks, or Hemiscyllium ocellatum, are an enigmatic species of shark that are […]

Late to the Party: Red Dead Redemption

Late to the Party: Red Dead Redemption

Late to The Party: Red Dead Redemption By: Will Salzarulo   In 2010, Rockstar Games released their second-ever video game in the Western genre. A spiritual successor from Red Dead Revolver, Red Dead Redemption was released to critical acclaim, winning Game of The Year at The Game Awards. Red Dead Redemption was developed by Rockstar […]

Review: Baby J

Review: Baby J

Review: Baby J By: Will Salzarulo Baby J is back on the streets! John Mulaney’s newest Netflix special, Baby J, was released late last month. After a four-year hiatus of any specials from this comedian, he is finally back.   Baby J is a comedic retelling of Mulaney’s chaotic past few years. For example, Mulaney […]

Review: Star Wars – Jedi: Survivor

Review: Star Wars – Jedi: Survivor

DISCLAIMER: REVIEWER HAS NOT FINISHED THE MAIN STORY  Review: Star Wars – Jedi: Survivor By: Will Salzarulo Jedi: Survivor is the sequel to the critically-acclaimed Jedi: Fallen Order. Considering that The Game Awards haven’t even released dates for their awards show it is hard to say if Survivor will be nominated for any awards (but […]

Talent Show Review

Talent Show Review

Talent Show Review Morgan Sly What’s the best way to get students to attend an event? Let them get out of class. That was the strategy taken by the organizers of the FCCLA Talent Show. Hordes of students showed up to watch their peers perform in the Talawanda Performing Arts Center. The lineup consisted of […]

Winter Coffee House Photo Story

Winter Coffee House Photo Story

Setting Stone’s Winter Coffee House took place on Feb. 27, 2023.  See Sadie Abbitt’s photos here.

The Lemon’s Top 10 Video Game Idea

The Lemon’s Top 10 Video Game Idea

By: Muhammed Khan and Will Salzarulo Video Games are arguably the most immersive form of entertainment in the world right now. They allow you to transport to new worlds and do things you would have never imagined. Kids these days play games like RDR2, Fortnite, Call of Duty, etc. There are some games, however, that […]

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