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Swiftes, unite, unite, UNITE!! Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour kicked off in Swift City, Arizona, on Friday, Mar. 17, 2023. This tour is a celebration of Swift's incredible catalog of all the amazing songs that she has given to the Swifties over the years, from Fearless to Midnights. She is one of those rare artists who can make any song personable and relatable. For those still struggling to get tickets, or didn’t get tickets, don’t worry, we can still enjoy her music from afar. In honor of her Eras tour kicking off, here are Swift’s best albums gifted to us over the years.
Keeona Stewart is a third-year theater creation option major and writes “Stay Present” for The Daily News. Her views do not necessarily reflect those of the newspaper.
Looking for an up-and-coming artist for International Women's Month? South Carolina native Coco Jones is an artist on the verge of superstardom. She was previously known for playing Roxie Jones, a rising popstar, on the hit Disney Channel original movie Let It Shine which premiered in 2012. Today, you can hear her single “ICU” on her new EP What I Didn’t Tell You (Deluxe) which was released on Jan. 20, 2023.
“Let’s have a parade!” are the iconic words spoken as the ribbon is cut, indicating the beginning of Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City, featuring big helium balloons, floats, celebrity performances, Broadway stars, clowns, and the New York City Rockettes. The parade is a tradition not only for the city but for family and friends all across America.
Nothing says Thanksgiving like family, friends, and good food to fill the soul. What better way to enjoy this time of year, than with some classic and new Thanksgiving television specials? Here are 10 Thanksgiving-themed episodes that will get you and your family in the holiday spirit.
“Fighting the battle between good and evil isn’t easy. Especially when the first monster you have to face, is the one inside yourself,” Dean Winchester(Jensen Ackles) narrating at the beginning of the episode explaining that before you can go into fighting the real monsters out there, you must be able to confront the things that were haunting you, and face them head on. There is no running away from your fears.
Another episode of The Winchesters came to our screens this week, and some ofthe characters have past skeletons in their closets that are exposed. From a newcreature comes to take people and make them vulnerable, to finding out theidentity of the Akrida and its motives. It’s only been three episodes into theseason and the show keeps on finding ways to keep it exciting and interestingby bringing in a new creature for the characters to hunt while also trying tohunt the big bad of the season: the Akrida. We are finding out piece about itlittle by little, and it’s been interesting to watch.
Episode 2 of The Winchesters continues growing with both action and intrigue. With more hints, more mysteries, and more monsters, "Teach Your Children Well" is all about family. Both the one you're given, and the one you choose.
Spooky season has officially commenced. It’s time to bust out the comfy sweaters, and a warm pair of boots. Perhaps your stomachs are full of fall treats like hot apple cider and pumpkin spice lattes. But the most important part of the season is Halloween. Halloween is a holiday of excitement, dressing up, and consuming loads of candy. Regardless of age, Halloween can make anyone feel like a kid. One easy way to tap into the nostalgia and spooky spirit of the season are to gather a group of friends for a terrifyingly delightful Halloween movie marathon. This list is a compilation of all the best Halloween movies. Whether you’re looking for something scary, romantic, or comedic, these movies have something for everyone.
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