MoviePass could change the way people watch movies everywhere
By Jimmy Fortuna-Peak
Moviegoers around the country were shocked and amazed when MoviePass, an app that allows its users to see one movie a day for a monthly fee, dropped its prices to only $9.95 a month. Continue reading “The Future of Cinema”
A major shift in the entertainment industry
By Mitchell Sterlitz
Since its origin in 1948, cable has been the premier source of entertainment for most Americans with a television. What could possibly be more popular than hours and hours of entertainment just a click of a button away, and with only a few advertisements here or there in the programming? Well, there might actually be an answer to this question, in the form of Netflix and other streaming services. Continue reading “Clash of the Ages: Netflix Versus Cable”
Obsession. It runs rampant through the world of teenagers and trends. They become hooked, quickly, easily. From expanding social networks to popular restaurants, the obsessions continue to grow.
Senior Jen Bondie said she has been “obsessed” with Chipotle ever since the sixth grade.
“Starting in sixth grade my dad would take me to the Chipotle in Arborland and ever since I’ve loved it,” Bondie said. “There was a time in my life that I would go to Chipotle at least once a week.”
Continue reading “Hashtags and cilantro lime rice”