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Olivia Rodrigo attracted fans clothed in purple and lit up The Factory’s stage in Chesterfield for the 12th show in her “Sour” tour.

“Sour” concert review

Maya Kim, web editor April 22, 2022

Olivia Rodrigo attracted fans clothed in purple and lit up The Factory’s stage in Chesterfield for the 12th show in her “Sour” tour. I don’t know how, but I managed to snag four tickets before...

In an age where fashion trends come and go, you barely have enough time to know whats in style before its not.

A new look at old clothes

Anna Newland and Elizabeth Niedringhaus April 1, 2022

In an age where fashion trends come and go, you barely have enough time to know what's in style before it's not. Second-hand shopping has become a beacon of light through an endless cycle of fast fashion....

At thirty years old, Tyler, the creator has successfully created an empire encompassing his personal style.

Concert review: Tyler, the Creator Call Me If You Get Lost Tour

Ava Tebo, podcast staffer March 4, 2022

Between a blue Rolls-Royce and a motorboat cruising along the pit seats, hip-hop artist Tyler, the Creator set a high standard at his concert in St. Louis. Tyler hosted this unforgettable concert at Chaifetz...

This story features three delicious lattes from three different cafés: Starbucks, Kaldis and Teleo.

Kirkwood coffee critiques

Lila Shepard, news editor January 6, 2022

I took my love for coffee to the streets of Downtown Kirkwood, where cafés are everywhere. I tried coffee from three different shops and reviewed them based on the taste, cost and service.  

In Shang-Chi, Marvel offers more Asian representation than ever before, but fails to live up to fans expectations.

Movie Review: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

Grace Marcus, print managing editor September 29, 2021

Dragons, ninjas, flowing silk garments; all stereotypical markers of Asian culture, and all used in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings so that Marvel can gain its diversity points without actually...

Taylor Swift released her eighth studio album, Folklore, on July 24 2020.

“Folklore”: The new face of Taylor Swift

Lydia Drake, entertainment writer October 29, 2020

“In isolation my imagination has run wild and this album is the result,” wrote Taylor Swift in an Instagram post, announcing the release of her eighth album, “Folklore.” The album was revealed...

The Tiger King, more commonly know as Joe Exotic, was a big cat animal park owner prior to serving his 22-year prison sentence.

Tiger king review

Kinley Bokermann, writer May 4, 2020

Netflix’s “Tiger King” has taken the world by storm during quarantine and it is clear why. Think of the craziest, most interesting story possible. Whatever imagined is nowhere near as fascinating...

Remember that one movie that made your standards for high school incredibly unrealistic?

“High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” Review

Maya Kim, features writer January 20, 2020

Remember that one movie that made your standards for high school incredibly unrealistic? It’s the one with Zac Efron dancing with a basketball in a gym. The one with teens dancing on the lunch tables...

“Blood at the Root” by Dominique Morisseau is based on the Jena Six, a group of six black Louisiana high school students who were convicted after the beating of a white student.

Fall play review: “Blood at the Root”

Mya Copeland, features writer November 5, 2019

The orange spotlights illuminated a massive tree that reached up into the rafters. The stage which normally seemed huge was dwarfed by the giant scenery. The stage itself was stunning, and the show that...

Rainbow Rowell fans, you’re in for a treat as sticky-sweet as caramel: tasty at first, but bland once the sugar high wears off.

“Pumpkinheads” review

Catherine Butler, copy editor November 1, 2019

Rating: 6/10 Author: Rainbow Rowell Illustrator: Faith Erin Hicks Page Number: 211 Genre: graphic novel, romance Rainbow Rowell fans, you’re in for a treat as sticky-sweet as caramel:...

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