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Minnesota Musician: Cloud Cult

Minnesota Musician: Cloud Cult

Renee Schroeder, Journalist
February 26, 2016
Filed under Music

If you’re into “experimental indie rock” then the alternative music group, Cloud Cult, is definitely for you! SHS students who like indie music and enjoy discovering new, distinct music should check out the Minnesota group Cloud Cult. They originate from Duluth, Minnesota, and their first album...

Sticks Full of Chap

Sticks Full of Chap

Olivia Wheeler, Journalist
February 23, 2016
Filed under Entertainment

Being a teenager in high school is difficult enough as it is, adding in the responsibility of keeping track of your chapstick is sometimes way too stressful. Reaching into your pocket in the middle of winter in Minnesota when your lips are painfully dry and not having any chapstick is one of the worst...

The Magical History Tour: Lightning Round

Matt Schnettler, Journalist
February 23, 2016
Filed under Movies and Books

Currently under new and improved management, Nick and Matt's Magical History Tour will henceforth be known as Matt and Nick's Magical History Tour. That's right our better half is now editing videos and writing articles. For my first feature, I decided to head on back to the beginning, I'll tell you...

Top 15 best shows and movies on Netflix

Top 15 best shows and movies on Netflix

Elizabeth Immelman, Journalist
February 18, 2016
Filed under Features, Lists: to give you the jist, Movies and Books

Have you ever spent hours on end procrastinating doing your homework? Have you spent this time just staring aimlessly at the ceiling and getting nothing done? Well, fear not! If you have several hours to kill between school and homework, then this is the list for you! Ranging from psychological thrillers...

Matt’s Movie Corner: Deadpool

Matt’s Movie Corner: Deadpool

Matt Schnettler, Journalist
February 18, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Matt's Movie Corner, Movies and Books, Showcase

Are you a fan of movies with over-the-top violence, excessive swearing, gratuitous sex scenes, crude humor, and 4th wall breaks? If you said yes, I agree. If you said no, I agree. Regardless of whether you said yes or no, you'll enjoy Deadpool. In theaters now, Deadpool is a superhero-actio...

Talkin’ Schmit: Star Wars

Talkin’ Schmit: Star Wars

Jake Sanderson and Garrett Kukowski
February 18, 2016
Filed under Food, Video and Audio

  This is the first edition of Talkin' Schmit, a show where we interview Mrs. Emily Schmit, a teacher here at SHS, about current events, politics, movies, or just anything that we want to talk about. In this episode, we talk about the new StarWars movie and make a StarWars themed smoothie.   https://youtu.be/bBRZHCMRFA8

9 Things to Do Alone this Valentines Day

9 Things to Do Alone this Valentines Day

Autumn Fosteson, Journalist
February 12, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Lists: to give you the jist

This week we arrive upon that magical and loving time of the year again. The time of year when couples hustle to find elaborate gifts and plan dates to show their affection towards that one special person in their life, and no I’m not talking about their grandma. This week let's talk about Valentine's...

Return of Matt’s Movie Corner: The Big Short

Return of Matt’s Movie Corner: The Big Short

Matt Schnettler, Journalist
February 11, 2016
Filed under Matt's Movie Corner

My name is Matt, I like to watch movies, so imagine my surprise when I joined the LeSabre to find there was a pre-existing column of a Matt reviewing movies. So I'm going to jump right in and start my review of 5 time Oscar nominated movie The Big Short. The Big Short follows a group of Wall Street ou...

Week one: quinoa

Week one: quinoa

Ailsa Watson, Journalist
February 9, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Food

Quinoa is the epitome of a superfood. It is considered to be a grain just like rice or oats. It’s mostly grown in high elevations and looks a lot like a tall flowering plant before it’s harvested. Once harvested, the most common type looks like a little white sphere with a clear circle around...

ZOMS

ZOMS

Tron Trondson V, Journalist
January 20, 2016
Filed under Entertainment

Let me guess, you clicked on this article because you had no idea what "ZOMS" means. "ZOMS" is another word for zombies. Now when I say zombies, I do not mean the apocalypse or any crazy thing like that. I simply am talking about a video game. For those who are familiar with video games, you should...

The hip hop didn’t stop

The hip hop didn’t stop

Rose Rodriguez, Journalist
January 14, 2016
Filed under Music, Playlists

"The greatest hip-hop songs have the power to pull energy and excitement and anger and questions and self-doubt and raw emotion out of you. It could be a song that sets your neighborhood on fire or a song on your headphones that makes you rethink what hip-hop is. The common thread is change. The best...

Trans-Siberian Orchestra rocks St. Paul

Trans-Siberian Orchestra rocks St. Paul

Bridget Maas, Journalist
January 13, 2016
Filed under Entertainment

Trans-Siberian Orchestra concluded their 2015 tour with two shows at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul on Wednesday, December 30th. The rock-band-slash-orchestra is primarily known for their Christmas music and annual winter tours. The theme of the 2015 tour was Ghosts of Christmas Eve. Trans-Siberian Orchestra...

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