Back Page 09/07/22

Corn By Katie Sanchez, Arts & Entertainment With hair silken blonde like those string things on corn I was born, emerging from the Iowa cornfields I frolicked in their protection Rejoiced in their fruit But when I reached my fifth year I was ripped from them Replanted in a wasteland of concrete I yearned for the comfort of those kernels Desolate and detached I struggled through Until finally I made another Midwestern voyage And crossing into Ohio, the corn welcomed me home Corn Story By Addison Burke, Guest Writer Everyone’s favorite vegetable is making a comeback this year, thanks to … Continue reading Back Page 09/07/22

iLove Jennette McCurdy’s I’m Glad My Mom Died

By Katie Sanchez, Arts & Entertainment Editor If you’re anything like me — a member of Generation Z with an insatiable appetite for celebrity gossip — you probably picked up former actress Jennette McCurdy’s memoir I’m Glad My Mom Died expecting a salacious tell-all full of drama and scandal that still manages to deliver on iCarly nostalgia. You might have expected plenty of sensational stories made lighthearted by the face of the rough-and-tumble yet endearing, food-loving tomboy Sam Puckett. If so, you, like me, would have been wrong. McCurdy’s book, released this month to critical acclaim, doesn’t fall into either … Continue reading iLove Jennette McCurdy’s I’m Glad My Mom Died

A&E Singles 08/24/22

By Katie Sanchez, Arts & Entertainment Editor Little Women actress Florence Pugh announced that she and her partner of three years, actor Zach Braff, ended their relationship (Aug. 16). After breaking off their first engagement in 2004, actors Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez celebrated a star-studded wedding in Georgia after officially getting married in Las Vegas last month (Aug. 20). The first episode of Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon set 200 years prior to the original series, was released on HBO and HBO Max (Aug. 21). Continue reading A&E Singles 08/24/22