Archive for 'Arts & Entertainment'

Thousands attend Oakland Pride

Thousands attend Oakland Pride

By Selena Lu The Oakland Pride Parade marched on September 8 from City Hall to the Oakland Pride Festival Main Entrance in celebration of the LGBT community. The parade had floats, a marching band, and performances. [...]

“Endgame” puts an end to the Cinematic Avenger Series

By DaYi Huang I LOVE YOU 3000! If you understand this then you must have watched “Avengers: Endgame.” The Avengers Series consist of “The Avengers,” “The Avengers: Age of Ultron,” “The Avengers: Infinity War,” and “The [...]

“All American” really gets us

“All American” really gets us

By Heaven Johnson It’s hard to find an Oakland High student that hasn’t watched “All American.” The popular show tells the story of a highschool student, Spencer James (Daniel Ezra), who moves from Crenshaw to Beverly [...]

Animated student plays animated role

Animated student plays animated role

OHS senior to appear in short Pixar film By Selim Jones It’s a story straight out of Hollywood. Well, actually, straight out of Pixar. Oakland High senior Madison Bandy, who is autistic, will be starring in [...]

A “Block” worth visiting

A “Block” worth visiting

Second season of popular TV show continues to entertain By DaYi Huang “On My Block” is a coming-of-age TV show about four friends who live in a fictional neighborhood called Freeridge, California. As they go through [...]

Spider-Verse Review

Spider-Verse Review

By Christine Nguyen What do you think of when you hear about animated movies? I think of childish storylines with predictable villains, and humor that would only make sense to a 5 year old. That’s why [...]

Glee Club branches out to musicals

Glee Club branches out to musicals

Glee Club starts producing musical showcases instead of Winter Showcase By Christine Nguyen This school year, Glee Club is changing things up with new teacher supporters and musicals, in hopes of producing even better shows. The [...]

Teacher uses art to make change

Teacher uses art to make change

By Zelaysia Singleton Oakland High’s longest-working art teacher, Steve Bronson, is working on a huge personal project and has a lot of exciting things planned for his Advanced Art Class. He is currently working on a [...]

“The Last Key” is good, but not scary

“The Last Key” is good, but not scary

By Jhovana Delgadillo “Insidious: The Last Key”, the PG-13-rated fourth movie in the “Insidious” horror series, came in a with a lot of hype. People were excited because the last three “Insidious” movies were really good [...]

Hidden Figures” tells a vital story of black women in STEM

  By: Jade Thomas   The movie “Hidden Figures,” which came out in December 2016, is not a necessarily a new topic, since people have brought it up many times, but this is just the first [...]