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Corona del Sol theatre performs ‘The Man Who Came To Dinner’

Nikki Dull, Staff Writer
April 13, 2017 • 153 views
Filed under Around Corona del Sol, Entertainment, Uncategorized

On April 9 CdS TheatreWorks performed its final play of the school year, The Man Who Came To Dinner written by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. The play started off with a man, Whiteside, in a wheelchair complaining about an ankle injury that occurred outside the house of the Stanleys- his new home...

Things to do this weekend in the valley

Things to do this weekend in the valley

Patricia Stoica, Opinions Editor
January 6, 2017 • 255 views
Filed under Entertainment, Top Stories

Looking for something fun to do, or need a cultural event to write up for a class? Here are some things you can do with friends this weekend.   For fun Cityskate is located in downtown Phoenix and like the name implies, it’s a proper outdoor ice-skating rink. It’s only open for a few w...

Corona band puts on joyous holiday concert

Nikki Dull, Staff Writer
December 14, 2016 • 274 views
Filed under Around Corona del Sol, Entertainment, Life & Times, Uncategorized

On Dec. 13 Corona del Sol’s band and percussion performed together for a joint holiday performance directed by Scott Werner. To start of the night, percussion performed the song “Hanukkah” and the stage was set up to match the holiday theme and also included captivating colorful lights that...

Battlefield 1 lives up to high expectations

Ethan Farrell, Staff Writer
December 13, 2016 • 255 views
Filed under Entertainment, Staff Editorials, Uncategorized

Many modern first-person shooters take place in a futuristic time period. It has been a popular setting in video games, but has become rather exhausted. Gamers have been asking for a sweet release from jetpacks, hovercraft, and spaceships in major game titles, and DICE has delivered. DICE is well...

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them makes a splash at the box office

Ethan Farrell, Staff Writer
December 12, 2016 • 280 views
Filed under Entertainment, Life & Times, News, Opinions, Uncategorized

Many large works of fiction can be hard to add to in such a way that it will be satisfying on its own and to those who are already fans. J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series is no exception, being a largely developed world of wizardry that has captivated people of all ages since the first book was released....

Popular gifts to make you the hit of your Christmas party

Haley Spracale, Staff Writer
December 12, 2016 • 282 views
Filed under Entertainment, Features, Life & Times, Opinions, Uncategorized

As the holiday season gets closer more and more people start heading out to purchase gifts for their friends and family. If you aren’t sure what to get for that special someone, here’s a wrap-up of some of the hottest gifts this season. Pie Face board game This game is becoming larger than life — literally. With its own segment on Ellen and videos of people playing this new game all over Youtube, Pie Face is a cheap, family-friendly game. The only material you need to buy other than the game is a can of whipped-cream. Be warned, this is game doesn’t come without the possibility of a big mess. You can bu...

Corona del Sol choir rings in the holiday spirit with annual concert

Corona del Sol choir rings in the holiday spirit with annual concert

Nikki Dull and Nick Chambers
December 12, 2016 • 279 views
Filed under Entertainment, Life & Times, Opinions, Top Stories, Uncategorized

On Dec. 9 and 10, Corona del Sol choir performed its holiday concert directed by Greg Hebert with the help of student teacher Camille Hartley. The show was a huge success with wonderful performances from all the choirs. To start off the night, A cappella sang “Betelehemu” arranged by Barrington...

Corona Dance show “The Nutcracker” preview

Lauren Puffer, Life & Times Editor
December 2, 2016 • 361 views
Filed under Entertainment, Life & Times, News

For the past few years, Corona dance program has performed the Nutcracker for its winter dance show. In the past the dancers incorporated many modern elements into the show while still maintaining the original story of the Nutcracker. “I come from a ballet background so being able to take the trad...

You OdySea Arizona’s new aquarium

Brian Bottari, Staff Writer
November 2, 2016 • 282 views
Filed under Entertainment, Life & Times, News, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Need a nice relaxing day with the family? Then the OdySea Aquarium is just for you. Just off the 101 at the Viade Venture in Scottsdale, which means that if you are in the Tempe area, it is a long commute of 18.6 miles. “The OdySea Aquarium has two million gallons of water and 200 tons of salt that...

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