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Hillel’s Kaj Friis-Hecht heats up “Chopped Junior”

Jordan Figueredo, Senior Staff Reporter

January 23, 2017

The camera catches every moment as mystery ingredients haunt competitors and Ted Allen begins his countdown. Even professional chefs falter in the "Chopped" kitchen, yet 9-15-year-olds have proven they can take on the challenge, as long as their blue step ladder is present. One of the newest competitors...

Queue: Holiday hits

Laurel Ettinger, Staff Reporter

January 3, 2017

The time has come to finally begin celebrating the holidays — the weather has dropped, sweaters are coming on, suddenly everything is peppermint-flavored and you can faintly make out the sounds of "All I Want for Christmas is You (Extra Festive Version)" by Mariah Carey everywhere you go. Looking...

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Clara Harrington, Senior Staff Reporter

December 8, 2016

December is here, and along with the introduction of a crispness in the air comes the less exciting, but similarly chilling, presence of finals. Many students choose to retreat to coffee shops, the library or their dorms to prepare for a slew of exams. Others, however, opt out of studying in favor of...

‘Doctor Strange’ dazzles on all fronts

Brandi Doyal, Senior Staff Reporter [email protected]

November 13, 2016

If you've been on social media since Thursday, then you probably have heard of "Doctor Strange", which just made $85 million during its opening weekend. This movie proves that the days of red-and-blue 3-D paper glasses are long gone."Doctor Strange" follows the story of brilliant surgeon named Steph...

Queue: Documentaries Rock

Parker Greenwood, Associate Arcade Editor [email protected]

November 10, 2016

Watching a phenomenal film can be an impactful experience, taking viewers into another world and allowing them to live through the characters on-screen. Watching a film, however, can lack a sense of reality. It is fiction, after all. So if it's authenticity you crave, a documentary is the way to go....

Queue: Slumber Party Staples

Nurah Lambert, Associate Arcade Editor

November 2, 2016

Everybody loves a good sleepover, but needless to say, the traditional sleepover activity of movie-marathoning can become a bore with a blasé lineup scheduled. There is a time and place for "Sex and the City" and "Clueless," and usually the living room on a Friday night with best friends is that time ...

New Orleans Film Festival screens experimental gems, classics

October 22, 2016

Opening night, "LBJ" Review by Parker Greenwood | Associate Arcade EditorUpon arrival at the opening night of New Orleans Film Festival, it was evident that this was the calm before the storm. Setting up along the red carpet were photographers from news outlets like as USA Today, among others. Once the ca...

Queue: Fright Night

Parker Greenwood, Associate Arcade Editor

October 19, 2016

Halloween is in less than a week, which means it's time to watch some horror movies. Looking to Netflix, a "Halloween Favorites" section has been added this year. There are several popular options that many have already seen, and since nobody has the time to watch all of the films listed — nor woul...

Queue: New fall lineup

Armando Marin, Senior Staff Reporter

October 11, 2016

Though the temperature remains a muggy 80 degrees and not a single leaf has touched the ground, fall is upon us. With its return comes a plethora of new television shows ideal for wasting the night away as you avoid studying for midterms. Having only aired a few episodes, these shows will not force you i...

New Orleans Film Fest brings global film community back to city

The New Orleans Film Festival kicks off on Oct. 12 and lasts until Oct. 20. The festival will feature films ranging from documentaries to music videos. 

Nurah Lambert, Staff Reporter

October 5, 2016

Beyond Yom Kippur and the start of fall break, film aficionados of New Orleans and abroad celebrate Oct. 12 as the launch of the 27th annual New Orleans Film Festival, hosted by the New Orleans Film Society.The 2016 New Orleans Film Festival, also known as NOFF, begins Oct. 12 and runs through Oct. 20, cen...

Queue: Medical Shows that Leave You in Stitches

Laurel Ettinger, Contributing Reporter

October 2, 2016

After finishing "Grey's Anatomy" on Netflix, many people are left in a dark state of depression. Shoutout to that show for killing everyone's favorite characters and successfully making every episode tear-worthy. Despite the fact that our emotional states could use a trip to the trauma center, we are ...

NOLA Horror Film Fest Review

NOLA Horror Film Fest attracted globally recognized talent such as actress Geretta Geretta (above).

Parker Greenwood, Staff Reporter

October 2, 2016

With voodoo rituals on stage, papier-mache dinosaurs and Wookies, and enough horror films to send you into an eternal nightmare, NOLA Horror Film Fest kicked off events Thursday, Sept. 22 at Castillo Blanco Art Studios, with screenings of the short "Monsters Anonymous" by director Jeremy London and ...