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Exploring the Emerald Isle: A closer look at St. Patrick’s Day traditions

by Mary Petschler, News editor March 21, 2024

St. Patrick's Day traditions differ from all around the world. Some of the most common within America consist of the Notre Dame Ginger Run, dyeing the Chicago River Green, New York’s St. Patrick's Day...

Spring Dishes Popular amongst Different Countries

by Anastasia Shmay, Review Editor March 21, 2024

      As the warm weather and Spring is approaching people have cravings for specific foods that appeal to their taste buds like myself, I love eating vegetables and fruits such as watermelons. For...

What to watch during March Madness!

by Ella Torsiello, Sports Editor March 21, 2024

1. Cinderella Stories In the past few years, Cinderella stories have been the biggest part of college sports. Fans love a good Cinderella story seeing a lower-seeded team making a deep run or an underdog...

Punxsutawney Phil brings good news, but should we listen?

by Andrew Vincenti, Opinion Editor March 1, 2024

Bright and early on February 2nd, 2024, Punxsutawney Phil emerged, as many onlookers awaited to see what the critter would do. The decision was finalized at 7:28 in the morning, Phil the beloved groundhog...

Stepping up our pep!

February 29, 2024

This year's pep rally, orchestrated by those in 2024’s student council, was a very difficult undertaking. Students got to witness many classic games from past years, while also looking at the introduction...

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Dream Cars of GRHS

by Matt Barchetto, Staff Writer February 29, 2024

Hi there. Matt Barchetto here with another exciting automotive editorial that both of my readers will enjoy. Based on what I write about, clearly I had nothing to do for Valentine’s Day, so I interviewed...

Unwrapping the Impact of Valentine’s Day on the Economy: From Consumer Behavior to Business Strategies

by Gianna Vaccari, Staff writer February 29, 2024

As the month of February unfolds, we witness the approach and departure of Valentine’s Day, motioning a season of heightened consumer activity and strategic business pursuits.  Oddly enough, this annual...

Now and Then: A Change in the Grammys

by Neil Sahu, Copy Editor February 29, 2024

The 66th annual Grammys aired on Sunday, Feb. 4th in Los Angeles’s Crypto Arena. This year, Trevor Noah was the selected host. The Grammys sent out their nominations on Nov. 10, 2023, and then the Academy’s...

A packed Warner Theater the saturday before closing

The end of an era

by Jenesis Brun, Feature Editor February 29, 2024

On Sunday, January 28th the Warner Theater in downtown Ridgewood took its final bow with a screening of the 2024 “Mean Girls” musical. The theater that sits between Cupcakes by Carousel bakery and...

‘Argylle’: One too many plot twists

by Ella Torsiello, Sports Editor February 29, 2024

On February 2nd, the highly anticipated film “Argylle” was released. It tells the story of main character Elly Conway, a best-selling espionage novelist, played by Jurassic World actress Bryce Dallas...

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