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Granite Bay Today

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Granite Bay Today

Expensive Prismacolors: do you get what you pay for? A comic review

Gray Zeitlin, Intro Staff Writer
October 3, 2022

  Prismacolor colored pencils are professional grade and cost over $1 per pencil. Compared to cheaper brands such as Crayola, Prismacolors are...

Hubie Halloween Review

‘Hubie Halloween’ Review

Anna Jenkins
October 14, 2021

  Want a movie that keeps you on the edge of your seat and makes you laugh, then take a look at "Hubie Halloween.”    The film is a comedy horror...

Donda was released by GOOD music and Def Jam recordings on Aug. 29, 2021.

Music Review: Donda

Antonio Sperandeo, Staff Writer
October 4, 2021

   On Aug. 29 2021, Kanye West released his highly anticipated album “Donda.” The album consists of 27 tracks and features several different artists,...

Movie Review: Kajillionaire

Movie Review: Kajillionaire

Justin Ha, Staff Writer
January 5, 2021

Off-beat, quirky, emotional and heartfelt. Miranda July’s “Kajillionaire” follows the journey of Old Dolio Dyne (named by her parents after a...

The skincare sensation

The skincare sensation

Sarah Yee, Staff Writer
November 19, 2020

Self care has been popularized over the pandemic.  With more time for themselves, teens have  initiated better exercise habits and- more surprisingly...

The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes by author Suzanne Collins, creator of the original Hunger Games trilogy, is the prologue to the Hunger Games trilogy told from the perspective of anti-hero Coriolanus Snow. The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes was released on May 19.

Book Review: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes

Sarah Yee, Staff Writer
October 17, 2020

   The 517 page novel was a long and intriguing read.    The Hunger Games franchise has long been a teen cult classic with its eerie dystopian...

Tickets to My Downfall by Machine Gun Kelly was released September 25.

Music Review: Tickets to My Downfall

Ali Juell, Co-Editor-In-Chief
October 16, 2020

   Pop-punk is back.    At least that’s what the comments say under all of artist Machine Gun Kelly’s latest music videos.    For those...

Enola Holmes (2020), released on Netflix on Sept. 23

Movie Review: Enola Holmes

Saihaj Cheema, Staff Writer
October 15, 2020

   “Enola Holmes” is the best film of 2020 so far, and from my perspective that statement is unarguable. I was disappointed in myself for thinking...

Disneys live action remake of the original film Mulan premiered on Disney+ on Sept. 4.

Movie Review: Mulan 2020

Saihaj Cheema, Staff Writer
September 30, 2020

    There are many stories that have been around for a long time, but there is one that has been told since The Wei dynasty in 386 AD.     The...

Ding Teas Signature Milk Tea with 50% ice and 50% sweetness and black boba pearls, for only $3.75.

Food Review: Ding Tea

Mareesa Islam, Co-Editor-In-Chief
September 29, 2020

   With just the right balance of sweetness and creaminess, it’s the only treat that seems to truly brighten my mood, or catch the attention of my...

No Pressure features tracks such as Celebration, Amen, and Perfect

Music Review: No Pressure

Justin Ha, Staff Writer
September 25, 2020

   On July 16, 2020, the Maryland based rapper, Logic, announced on Twitter that he would be releasing his sixth and final studio album under the title...

Movie Review: American Sniper: Patriotic and Problematic

Movie Review: American Sniper: Patriotic and Problematic

Amanda Nist
January 29, 2015

"American Sniper", directed by Clint Eastwood, is based off the best selling memoir "American Sniper" by Chris Kyle. Portrayed by Bradley Cooper, Kyle...

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