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Under The Microscope
A Little R&R
In a year of Covid cloistering, it’s surprising but true: The most entertaining novel I’ve read is 300 pages of a woman sleeping. Ottessa...
The Folk of Air Series: Book Review
In quarantine, I, like everyone else, found myself with a lot of time on my hands, especially over the summer. While we were at school,...
Dec 10, 2020
Art is Everywhere in "The Goldfinch"
No novel has been quite as polarizing in the 21st-century literary world as Donna Tartt’s 2014 novel The Goldfinch. Both celebrated and...
Dec 6, 2020
Controversy? Politics? Absurdity? “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm” Delivers
Phony reporter Borat Sagdiyev first captured the nation’s attention in 2006, when Sacha Baron Cohen’s movie “Borat” hit theaters....
Dec 1, 2020
“Nectar” Does its Job
Joji’s second album Nectar is a solid, if inconsistent, release. Nectar has some good tracks, and it features a wide range of vocals,...
Dec 1, 2020
Earning Hours from Your Desk
All DCPS high schools require that graduating students complete at least 100 hours of community service. Split over four years of high...
Oct 7, 2020
When the News Goes Out of Business
In an age dominated by electronic media, print newspapers are finding themselves in jeopardy of financial troubles and, in the...