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Maya McClendon achieves all-state volleyball honor

Patrick Frentz

November 3, 2011

On Nov. 1, The Kentucky Volleyball Coaches Association announced that Maya McClendon (11), along with eight other girls, made the first All-State team for her outstanding performance in volleyball. McClendon wa...

Things To Do: Halloween Edition

manualcomm

October 28, 2011

Blithe SpiritSpirits are all around town this holiday season, including in a comedic play for all ages about a novelist who invites a medium into his home for research, and ends up being haunted by his ex-wife because of a s&...

Scholarship Opportunities: Belk Scholarship, Horatio Alger Program, College Answer $1000 Monthly Giveaway

Kailee Wunderlich

September 29, 2011

John Montgomery Belk Scholarship (Davidson College)-Due Date: Nominations are announced on Oct. 28.-Eligibility: Seniors interested in the scholarship should speak with their counselors about nomination and eligibility.-This scholarship only take...

Basement Films: Something to remember you by

Sean Strain

May 19, 2011

“I always thought the joy of reading a book was not knowing what happens next,” says the main character of the film Memento. Memento quickly disproves this idea as it is a film that begins at the very end and move...

Basement Films: And knowing is half the battle

Sean Strain

April 25, 2011

All of us have our own personal beliefs and perceptions about the world around us. We form our opinions about politics, religion, foreign affairs, sports teams, food, and entertainment. We also form ideas about the people that li...

Basement Films: Love is for the weak minded

Sean Strain

April 21, 2011

I personally am not a fan of romantic movies or any movie that deals with the subject of love. I suppose I dislike how love in movies is portrayed as highly idealized until the point of artificiality. All movies or any work...

Basement Films: A Movie to Watch in the Dark

Sean Strain

March 31, 2011

Do you like ghost stories? I’ve always had a fascination for them since I was a little kid. I remember when I was in elementary school that I would always check out ghost books from the library. The librarian playfully chastised...

Basement Films: Bats vs. Birds

Sean Strain

March 25, 2011

I have to admit, I have had a penchant for anything superhero related since I watched the Batman cartoon when I was little. I was never a big comic book reader and I mostly stick to superhero depictions outside of the comic m...

What’s your Angle?

Nash Whaley, Beats Editor

March 17, 2011

I just streamed the long anticipated 4th release by the critically acclaimed garage rock band, The Strokes. The album is called “Angles.” And I am perplexed. After what frontman, Julian Casablancas, called a “much needed hib...

Basement Films: The Budget of Cthulhu

Sean Strain

March 17, 2011

While searching through movies on Netflix, I came across The Call of Cthulhu, an adaptation of a HP Lovecraft story of the same name. The film was produced by The HP Lovecraft Historical Society, a role playing group that produced...

Basement Films: Parental Dogma

Sean Strain

March 9, 2011

So after my rant last week, I have to admit that I did get some movie recommendation out of the Oscars. As I have mentioned before, I have a penchant for foreign films as I find them much more interesting than mainstream films...