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Stern Grove, a popular concert venue, will remain silent for awhile.

Concerts hope to make comback with social distancing setups

Grayson Salomon ’22, Co-Editor-in-Chief
November 5, 2020
Custom face coverings have emerged to provide individuals with opportunity to express themselves during pandemic.

Fashion forward thinkers accessorize with face masks

Grayson Salomon ’22, Co-Editor-in-Chief
November 5, 2020
Disney is using LED technology as a creative workaround during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Technological innovations help with filming during global pandemic

Sean DiNicola ’22, A&E Editor
November 5, 2020
COVID hasn't stopped musicians from reaching their fans.

COVID or not, musicians find a way to reach fans

Marisa Hamilton ’22, Religion Editor
November 5, 2020
Drive-in movie theatres have been on the rise to give patrons a way to watch new and favorite films while maintaining a safe distance.

Stranded by indoor theatres, moviegoers pull up to drive-ins

Sean DiNicola ’22, A&E Editor
November 4, 2020

Superheroes, villains battle for dominance in roller coaster showdown

Grayson Salomon and Cameron Bevan-Abel
July 15, 2020
PS5 versus Xbox Series X: A new challenger approaches

PS5 versus Xbox Series X: A new challenger approaches

Jonathan Godoy ‘21, Staff Reporter
July 15, 2020
A new virtual reality game allows players to experience the life of Jesus through his miracles.

VR game lets gamers answer question: What would Jesus do?

Ian Martin ‘20, Arts and Entertainment Editor
June 28, 2020
Don Toliver's newest album is titled Heaven and Hell.

Toliver’s debut album features a dozen songs for saints and sinners

Grayson Salomon, Staff Reporter
June 27, 2020
Movie theaters, like Cinemark on Junipero Serra Boulevard in Daly City, are closed until restrictions on large gatherings are lifted.

Entertainment industry suffers losses from canceled, postponed shows

Grayson Salomon, Staff Reporter
May 11, 2020
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