In Their New Play, Drama is Proving to Be “A Little Shop of Promise”

By Joe Temblador, Clarion Staff The curtains open, lights flicker, and in the foreground of the stage, a hobo played by junior Yandry Ortiz sprawls along the cold, wood flooring of the Little Theatre with a bottle of spirits and her wits. Around the audience trash litters the floor, haphazard signs line the walls, and the viewer is transported into New York City’s fictitious “Skid … Continue reading In Their New Play, Drama is Proving to Be “A Little Shop of Promise”

Movie Review: Avengers 3: To Infinity and Beyond

By Aryanna Zavala, Copy Editor A roller coaster is the perfect way to describe a viewer’s feelings when watching the newest installment of the Avengers Franchise, Infinity War. The film was released in the United States on April 27, 2018, a week before its initial release, May 4th. It was predicted to make $245 million in its opening weekend, but it exceeded expectations, making $257,698,183. … Continue reading Movie Review: Avengers 3: To Infinity and Beyond