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Category: ENTERTAINMENT

Reviews, analysis, and information on everything entertainment. Music, movies, books, TV shows, video games, food, and all other entertaining subjects are here.

Word of the Week: Somniphobia

By Cynthia Dominguez, Opinions Editor Many high schoolers treasure every second of sleep that they can get. Whether in the comfort of their own home or in any classroom quiet […]

Wayback Machine – November 26, 1986

From Kennedy Clarion, Vol. 20, No. 4 By Adrianna Iorio Indoor Swimming At Kennedy On October 24th, 1986 an unknown vandal flooded Kennedy’s main gym. The Sacramento Recreation Department issued […]

Poem: Not Perfect

By Desiree Leong, Clarion Staff Hope is not giving up, Not giving in. To let your heart let go of all the hurt, To let your heart heal.   Keeping […]

Word of the Week: Entomophagy

By Cynthia Dominguez, Opinions Editor Entomophagy (en-tuh-MAW-fuh-jee) is defined as the practice of eating insects, specifically by people. Throughout the world, approximately 3,000 ethnic groups eat insects, whether it be […]

Wake Up Sheeple

By Cynthia Dominguez, Clarion Staff As both social and political climates change, the vocabulary of the English language evolves to keep up. The Merriam Webster dictionary surprised many on the […]

Restaurant Review: Gunther’s Ice Cream

By Ariyah Armstrong, Clarion Staff Here in Sacramento, there are variety of amazing restaurants serving food of all ethnicities. Not to mention the delicious seafood and pizza. But let’s think […]

What is a ManRamp?

By Billy T. Hernandez, Clarion Contributor There is a new fashion craze in town, and it looks like this: The ManRamp or the RompHim is basically a male romper. Rompers […]

The Clarion Wayback Machine – 10 Years Ago

Published in the Kennedy Clarion,  May 29, 2007 By Aaron Soliz, Clarion Staff Changing faces of 2008 candidates “Ever since the first United States presidential election in 1789, there has […]

Greenery: The Color of 2017

By Kessie Ng, Aryanna Zavala, and Valentina Duong, Clarion Staff Every year, a color is determined by Pantone, an American corporation best known for its Pantone Matching System (PMS), to […]

Holiday of the Week: Like Limericks?

By Christopher Wong, Chief Editor The reason to smile today Limerick Day, shout hooray! Though quite inconsequential But a teeny bit special I don’t have permission from Jose.   Today, […]

MOONLIGHT Movie Review

By Matiana Tepa, Opinion Editor This was a great movie.   It was released late last year but I just saw it for the first time, and I’m glad I did. […]

Book Review: Eleanor & Park

By Samantha Johnson, Clarion Staff “Eleanor was right. She never looked nice. She looked like art, and art wasn’t supposed to look nice; it was supposed to make you feel […]