Arts and Entertainment

Locals anticipate opening of “Blue”

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Three years ago, Renee Jaco opened a boutique to bring her fashion designs to the small city of Palos Verdes. Called Poppi, the boutique has a variety of designer brands and fashions that are adored on the hill. Jaco decided to open a new store this month. The store will be named Blue because of

Graphic by Benson Leung

Television illegally makes its debut on the small screen

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With the newfound freedom of watching shows online at any time without commercials, students are turning away from traditional television to the computer screen. A major reason why students watch television shows online is because they have no time during the week to enjoy their shows. The transition to Internet viewing, however, has also spurred

Kendall’s Top Blogs

Blogs have taken over my bookmark bar. There are all types of blogs—DIY (do-it-yourself) blogs, fashion blogs, cooking blogs, self-help blogs—the list is endless. Blogging creates virtual communities for people, all interested in one thing. Six of my favorites include: 1. Personally, I’m all for the cheese. I have a creepy obsession with, a

Internet users unexpectedly tracked

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As sophomore Geena Shah searches her favorite dance videos on Youtube, multiple advertisements for online dance stores, Discount Dance and American Apparel, appear on the sidebar. The Internet has been tracking her activity online and deliberately introducing advertisements based on her latest searches. Like a scene out of “1984”, Shah worries that Big Brother is

The Old J.B.

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Justin Bieber may be the first thing to come to mind with the initials “J.B.” Yet, the old “J.B.” is attempting a comeback.  After breaking the Guinness World Record for Most Singles To Enter Into The US Top 20 In A Year By A Group in 2009 and winning over 40 awards including an American

Peninsula’s Favorite Restaurants

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Students across campus were polled in order to determine what their favorite three eateries are. In-n-Out pulled through as number one, Chipotle as number two and Inka Wasi as third. In-n-Out which students have chosen to be the number one restaurant,  this chain opened up in 1948 and has kept people wanting more ever since.

Students use nails as canvas

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The tips of our fingers are so different as to allow forensic analysis. Now students are giving attention to the opposite side of the finger. From patterns to paints, nail art expresses an individual’s taste. Senior Terina Tsai makes color choices based on personality, while junior Stacey Dojiri likes to base them on seasons. “I

Euceph prints self-made shirts

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Creative and stylish students are finding new ways to express themselves through self-made T-shirt designs, an alternative to store-bought clothing. Senior Noor Euceph has taken this hobby and turned it into a tangible business. Using her love of art and fascination for the book The Great Gatsby, Euceph created a T-shirt saying, “Party at Gatsby’s.”

Kendall’s Korner (Issue #2)

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The first thing I do every morning is check my phone. I turn off the blaring “Sleepyhead” alarm at 5:30 AM, read through new texts, refresh my email, glance at the Instagram home page and scroll through my Facebook news feed. I’m so hyper-connected to everything—whether it’s through my iPhone or my laptop, I am

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Inside Part-Time Ninja

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Andrew, a seemingly ordinary man, works at iBerries. Little does anyone know he lives a secret double life. At night, he conquers the injustices of Palos Verdes in “Part Time Ninja.” The show, a locally produced mini-series, is an action-comedy about a character named Andrew and his daily struggles. Andrew finds it hard to adjust

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