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Youre lucky if you get to watch Luckiest Girl Alive

You’re lucky if you get to watch Luckiest Girl Alive

Casey Vigo and Sylvie Bleckman January 23, 2023

Luckiest Girl Alive is a mystery/thriller film based on the 2015 novel. Released on Netflix, it quickly was a fan favorite:s 42% on Rotten Tomatoes and 79% of Google users liked it.  Luckiest Girl...

The Stories and Sounds of Ben Platt

The Stories and Sounds of Ben Platt

Gabriel Hill, Journalist January 23, 2023

With his high tenor sound, impressive vibrato, and riffs, Platt was immediately a celebrity to pay attention to. Starting as Benji Applebaum in the Pitch Perfect trilogy and then portraying Evan Hansen...

Gabriel Hill (23)

Urinetown: The Tight-Knit Skyline Community Behind The Scenes

Sophia Bailey, Journalist January 23, 2023

Whether it be a movie, tv show, or play, we all have heard or seen some form of theatre. Stories are brought to life by people seen and unseen. When a student is interested in Skyline theatre and wants...

Movie Review  Monster

Movie Review Monster

Sophia Kill, Journalism January 20, 2023

Netflix’s “Monster” series, starring actor Evan Peters, is a dramatized autobiographical show about the serial killer Jeffrery Dahmer and the people he affected.  It hops between the perspectives...

Is She Human? Is She An Animal? No, Shes Wednesday Addams: Review Of Netflixs Top Grossing TV Show

Is She Human? Is She An Animal? No, She’s Wednesday Addams: Review Of Netflix’s Top Grossing TV Show

Adira Maze, Journalist January 17, 2023

“Her name comes from a line from my favorite nursery rhyme, Wednesday’s Child is Full of Woe.” - Morticia Addams. This is just one of many quotes that describe this show's witty and dark humor. Wednesday...

Elena (23) reaches to open Hulu on her iPad.

Trying to Find a New TV Show to Watch in 2023? Look No Further: Skyline Students Have the Answers!

Elena Mychaliska, Journalist January 17, 2023

Have you ever watched a show and thought “slay”? If you are looking for that same feeling, you have come to the right place. Skyline’s student body recently participated in a Skyline Post survey...

Ferris Ingram poses in Taylor Swift merch. Credit: Caroline Dergis

Midnights: Fans Anticipate the New Taylor Swift Album

Caroline Dergis and Grace Jessee October 21, 2022

This October 21st,  popular singer-songwriter Taylor Swift releases her highly anticipated 10th studio album titled Midnights. It will be riddled with surprises, such as a song featuring Lana Del Rey,...

IC3PEAK performing live. Left: Nick Kostylev, right: Nastya Kresilina. Credit: Oli Zitch

Fighting War With Music

“I don’t think Russia has a right to exist anymore,” said Marua Alyokhina, the lead singer of the feminist band Pussy Riot after she escaped Moscow this Spring. “Even before, there were questions...

Besides winning a truckload of awards, BTS has been an advocate. Credit: Sydney Sawyer

BTS: More Than Just a Boyband

Faith Wei June 9, 2022

The White House invited the K-pop group, BTS (Bangtan Sonyeondan, or the Bangtan Boys) to speak at the White House on May 31st. At the end of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, they were...

From left, Stephanie Hsu, Michelle Yeoh and Ke Huy Quan in Everything Everywhere All At Once. Credit: Tribune News Service

Everything Everywhere All At Once: Talked About For a Reason

Ronan Pasquerella June 9, 2022

Driven by amazing characters that feel truly relatable, Everything Everywhere All At Once is a brilliant film that's become one of the most talked-about movies of the year. Directed by Dan Kwan and Daniel...

Benedict Cumberbatch as Dr. Stephen Strange in Marvel Studios Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Credit: Tribune News Service

Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness: a Mess With a Bow

Ben Bower June 9, 2022

Impossible to review as good or bad, Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is a tonal and cinematic outlier from what we’ve become accustomed to over the last decade and a half of Marvel films.  Critically...

The Puffs cheer on Cedric Diggory (Andre Jenkins) after the first task. Credit: Carrie Halliburton

Puffs: 90-ish Witty Minutes of Friendship and Magic That Knocked the Audience’s Stockings Off

Avni Gupta and Ellie Westhoff June 9, 2022

Welcome To Hogwarts, a magic school with four unique houses: Gryffindors, Slytherins, Ravenclaws, and… those other guys.  The Hufflepuffs.  Most of the time we focus on the Gryffindors: brave,...

Aaliyah Dana Haughton, or simply Aaliyah, has made a vast impact, reinventing the tomboy style. Credit: Tribune News Service

20 Years Later, Aaliyah’s Mark On Fashion Remains

Mayanna Dempsey, Journalist May 23, 2022
Over 20 years since the singer’s tragic death in a plane crash, her sartorial influence is as visible as ever.
A still from the first Sonic film. The Blue Hedgehog returns to screens in a sequel. Credit: Tribune News Service

Flying Feature Films!

Ben Bower, Journalist May 23, 2022
This year is unusually stacked with big-name releases and long-awaited flicks. Covid-19 took its toll on the summer blockbuster season over the last couple of years and delayed the release of dozens of long-awaited films.
Meis first incident turning into the Red Panda in-public where she navigates the situation both mentally and physically (Tribune News Service)

Turning Red: a Colorful Coming-of-Age Story

Avni Gupta and Faith Wei May 18, 2022

Pixar’s latest movie, Turning Red, was released on February 21st of 2022. It is a coming-of-age story about a Chinese-Canadian teen struggling with puberty, emotions and her family's expectations. Because...

Wido, pictured above in front of a park.

Wido: Field Day Album Review and Interview

Raven Marin May 10, 2022

Introduction Out of all the artists I have gotten to know within the hyperpop scene, Wido (pronounced widow) has been one of my favourites to not only listen to but also get to know as a person. I first...

Spider-Man Across the Spider-Verse Swings Into Theaters on October 7th, Raising Critical Questions: Is Marvel Whitewashing Their Characters?

Jade Flores and Sammi Perkins May 10, 2022

Spiraling through the multiverse once again, Miles Morales is back for his 2nd feature film.  Spider-man Across the Spider-verse swings into theaters on October 7th, 2022. Accompanied by Gwen Stacy...

What do Skyline Students Listen to? Survey Says: EVERYTHING!

Hasan Alsamerai May 10, 2022

Through a highly scientific and very precise survey asking 105 Skyline students to share their favorite song and genre of late 2021–early 2022, The Skyline Post has discovered that students' music tastes...

Tyler, the Creator’s CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST A Little Bit of Something for Everyone

Diarra Seye May 10, 2022

When Tyler, the Creator released his seventh album CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST in June of 2021, it was apparent that he had everything he could ever ask for as an aspiring artist: a recent Grammy win, increasing...

Legendary Drummer Neil Peart: One Fan’s Tribute

Andres Marquez-Collins May 10, 2022

January 7th, 2020. A couple months before lockdown, the world lost one of the greatest rock drummers ever to have existed. Neil Peart, talented drummer and lyricist for the band Rush, passed away from...

Artists Walking Among You

Artists Walking Among You

Destiny Smetters April 27, 2022

Skyline provides many different art amenities to those with the interest of perfecting their skills or looking to start a new hobby. Art classes include photography, drawing/printmaking, ceramics, theater...

The Time the Arts Seemingly Disappeared and Reappeared

The Time the Arts Seemingly Disappeared and Reappeared

Gabriel Hill and Jane Konigsberg April 27, 2022

On March 13th, 2020, the world came to a close. Covid-19 rang like a tornado siren, causing all schools, most businesses, and other activities to go online or cancel entirely.  Fast forward to the fall...

Comics to Screen: Shang-Chis Fight Back Into the Mainstream

Comics to Screen: Shang-Chi’s Fight Back Into the Mainstream

Gabriel Hill April 27, 2022

At the height of martial arts movies in the late 1960s and early ’70s, Marvel comics encouraged their team to develop a martial arts-based superhero.  Steve Englehart and Jim Starlin hoped to build...

Aphantasia: Why Some People Don’t Like Reading

Evan Domanski April 27, 2022

Picture a ball on a table. Now imagine that someone walks up to the table and gives it a push. Would you be able to tell what happens to the ball? Would you be able to say the color and size of the ball,...

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