FSSA Soph. Wins Walgreens Challenge

Frank Sinatra School of the Arts’ (FSSA) Sophomore Drama student, Emily Copeland, has won the 2021 National Walgreens Expressions Challenge Award for expressing herself through spoken word. Emily will receive a $2,000 prize… Continue reading

FSSA PSA For the Win

Lucy Karp, a 16 year old sophomore film student from Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA), won the New York position in the national Greatest Save Organization PSA competition in late April… Continue reading

Why I Am A Hater (of Violence Against Asians)

The breaking point for me came a couple of weeks ago. A sixty-five year old Asian woman was gut-kicked while walking from attending church in the middle of the day. She was walking… Continue reading

WandaVision Review

Earlier this year, the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) released a miniseries titled  “WandaVision,” written by Jac Shaeffer and being directed by Matt Shakman.   In this miniseries, exclusively on Disney +, Elizabeth Olsen and… Continue reading

Of Interest: Pinterest

Pinterest, is an app that is known to be a social media without the social. It’s considered a new form of therapy for anyone. The app created by Ben Silbermann, is a series… Continue reading

Review: Lupin

SPOILER WARNING The recently released Netflix original series “Lupin” is an astounding tale of a Senegalese immigrant boy avenging the death of his father, and exposing the corruption of a rich family, through… Continue reading

Lancey Foux: Hip Hop’s Underground Superstar

The Hip-Hop scene is growing non-stop and seems to be the top genre choice for today’s youth. Usually fans expect the next buzzing rapper to be from places like Atlanta, New York or… Continue reading

Learning to Drive During Covid Times

Covid-19 has postponed events all around the world from movie releases to school openings. And the list of the things that should’ve happened during the time in which the pandemic has gone on… Continue reading

Review: Omori

Omori is an indie psychological horror role-playing game released on steam and made available for the PC on December 25th, 2020.  This is a game where you’re stuck between both dream and reality… Continue reading

Duplicate Stories and The End of Romantic Comedies

Netflix’s new selection of original rom-com trilogies have introduced a stereotypical formula that they will try to recycle for ages. And Here’s the hard part: It’s going to work.  Netflix recently released sequels… Continue reading