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Isabella Manhart

Isabella Manhart

Sophia Sidzyik, Student Photographer

February 19, 2019


Filed under Humans of Central

"I started writing plays in 6th grade because one of my mom's friends who knew I liked to write suggested I try writing a play for a contest called the Young Playwrights for Change, a national competition for middle school playwrights. Through that first entry, I joined the Young Playwrights class at...

Paulina Salzman

Paulina Salzman

Sophia Sidzyik, Student Photographer

February 19, 2019


Filed under Humans of Central

"I started Irish dancing when I moved here from Louisiana in third grade. I don't have any Irish background, but my cousins were dancing at the dance studio, so my mom wanted me to get involved with people, so she signed me up. I like how it's different from other dances, it's more footwork, and you...

Review: Good Trouble; The Fosters spin-off

Mackenzie Coughlin, Staff Writer

February 18, 2019


Filed under arts & style, reviews

If you were a fan of the five-season Freeform show, “The Fosters,” then you are sure to love its spin-off series called “Good Trouble.” It follows two of the main characters, Callie (Maia Mitchell) and Mariana (Cierra Ramirez) Adams-Foster, around Los Angeles as they fight the battles of living...

The Falconer By: Dana Czapnik

Molly Huibregtse, Staff Writer

February 16, 2019


Filed under arts & style, reviews

  Books have been around for centuries, and stories for even longer, yet to find a story that is full of such raw human emotions and memories is a rare beauty in itself. “The Falconer,” by Dana Czapnik is your classic coming of age story, but with a twist.   “The Falconer” follows se...

Modern Love

Rozlyn Olson, Staff Writer

February 15, 2019


Filed under arts & style, reviews

Re-emerging after its temporary closing for the sake of relocation, Modern Love, the completely vegan restaurant, has been brought into the light of the Omaha scene. Originally tucked away in a tiny, one-room space on 50th and Leavenworth, the new Modern Love can now be found on the main street of Oma...

Bandersnatch Review

Lizbeth Hermosillo-Najar, Staff Writer

February 14, 2019


Filed under reviews

Recently Netflix released a new interactive stand-alone film titled Black Mirror: Bandersnatch. This film is not part of the series but incorporates several of the series references. The film is set in the 1980s and follows Stefan, a young video game programmer. Stefan is creating a video game which...

Live Life Eyes Up reaches mayors desk, influences student body

Live Life Eyes Up reaches mayors desk, influences student body

Molly Ashford, Editor in Chief

January 25, 2019


Filed under arts & style, Showcase

At 3:05 on a Tuesday afternoon, the typical scene at Central High School shows students pouring out of the building with their phones in hand and earbuds in. Instead, on January 15th, nearly a hundred students pile into the courtyard to play games, eat and talk to one another. A few members of Central...

Creed II Review

Malcolm Durfee O'Brien, managing editor

December 21, 2018


Filed under arts & style, reviews

I was very confused when I found out Creed II was actually being made as to why it needed to exist. The story of Adonis Creed seemed complete in the last film, his character arc seemed over. Indeed, this film did seem unnecessary for the first third or so, it was meandering and focused on aspects of t...

Affordable Christmas Presents

Kween Alabi, Staff Writer

December 21, 2018


Filed under arts & style

The Holiday Season is not only the most wonderful time of the year but also the most expensive. With all the season arrives the multiple secret Santa parties and holiday parties with the family. It is estimated that the average American will spend over $700 on holiday gifts totaling $465 billion this...

The Hate U Give

Lizbeth Hermosillo-Najar, staff writer

December 20, 2018


Filed under reviews

The Hate U Give was originally a critically acclaimed New York times bestseller novel that was later turned into a movie. The movie has been highly rated by rolling stones, rotten tomatoes and many others. Accumulating $7.5million in the box office so far, the movie has lived up to the its expectations. The...

Lion’s Mane Vintage Review

Hailey Hutfless, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018


Filed under reviews

Lion’s Mane vintage in the heart of Benson, is one of the cutest vintage stores Omaha has to offer. Starting off with visuals, the store has an adorable aesthetic. I found most of the ‘vintage’ pieces to be more-retro compared to other Omaha vintage stores.   This store felt vintage, full of old, versatile pieces. Solid vintage stores are hard to come by, given most of them find their pieces at thrift stores and raise the prices. Lion’s Man...

Brockhampton Iridescence

Hailey Hutfless, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018


Filed under reviews

Brockhampton, a boy band of 12 men released their new album Iridescence on September 21, and automatically gained attention. The album consists of 15 songs, which all have a very different tone. The tone of the album is a mixture of R & B and rap.  All the tracks have a combination of different voices and backgrounds. An interesting element about this album ...

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