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A close-up of Princess Peach in her final transformation.

‘Princess Peach: Showtime’ takes the stage

Ingrid Lu, Art & Entertainment Editor | April 15, 2024

The long-anticipated “Princess Peach: Showtime” for the Nintendo Switch was released on March 22, marking the first solo Peach game since 2005’s “Super Princess Peach.” The story revolves...

An illustration of a person using the Apple Vision Pro headset to view simulated virtual reality experiences.

Vision Pro, revolution or show of force by Apple?

Timothe Vachellerie, Staff Reporter | April 13, 2024

The Apple Vision Pro came out on Feb. 2 in the United States and starts at $3,499. This virtual reality headset is “Apple's first spatial computer. It seamlessly blends digital content with your physical...

Fashion Woks Thai milk tea with pearls cost $3.82 in February; now, it and the boba milk tea both cost $5.18, still the cheapest drinks with boba included in downtown Sunnyvale by 62 cents.

Fashion Wok: a hidden gem for downtown Sunnyvale boba

Ann Penalosa, Managing Editor | March 29, 2024

Fashion Wok is a restaurant nestled in the walkway between Murphy St. and the parking lot off of Frances St. in downtown Sunnyvale. Established in 2015, the spot is a relative newcomer and small franchise...

The Trailer Park Boys from the Canadian mockumentary television series, Mike Smith (Bubbles, L) Robb Wells (Ricky, C) and John Paul Tremblay (Julian, R).

“Trailer Park Boys” Netflix’s hilarious mockumentary

Amit Cohen, Freelance Reporter | March 27, 2024

"Trailer Park Boys" on Netflix is a Canadian sitcom spanning 12 seasons taking place in the fictional “Sunnyvale Trailer Park” in Nova Scotia, Canada. The show is a mockumentary of three felons that...

Illustration depicting popular Marvel superheroes such as Scarlet Witch,” “Doctor Strange,” “Spider-Man,” and “Captain America” with a large arrow to show the box office decline of the films.

Do superhero movies still have the same fanfare among movie-goers like they once had?

Sonny La, Staff Reporter | March 25, 2024

Are superheroes still the prominent idolized figure they once were or have audiences grown numb to the concept of role models being “super” and a “hero”? It wasn’t too long ago that the Marvel...

Illustration of a Sith (red) and Jedi (blue) lightsaber clashing.

A galactic disappointment: ‘STAR WARS: Battlefront Classic Collection’ fails to live up to its legacy

Vincent Scrivens, News Editor | March 23, 2024

With its foot barely out of the blast door, “STAR WARS: Battlefront Classic Collection” released on March 13 on consoles and PC to near-universal criticism for its broken and underwhelming state. A...

Artistic depiction of “Hellpods” from Helldivers 2 descending from space.

‘Helldivers 2’ plunges players into a galactic war

Iain Klotzbach, Freelance Reporter | March 21, 2024

Have you ever wanted to dive into war and aggressively spread democracy? “Helldivers 2”, released on Feb. 8 by Arrowhead Game Studios, this game puts you amidst a galactic war in the helldivers program....

Mock movie poster for the queer thriller romance film, Love Lies Bleeding. The poster contains a stock image of the New Mexico desert with the names of the director, main actors and movie title.

‘Love Lies Bleeding’: An underwhelming flex of storytelling

Mackenzie Jardine, Editor-in-Chief | March 20, 2024

“Love Lies Bleeding,” a queer romance thriller film directed by Rose Glass and starring Kristen Stewart (Lou) and Katy O’Brian (Jackie) falls short of my expectations. With an hour and 44 minute...

A derpy illustration of John Cena in his role as Ricky Stanicky.

Ricky Stanicky: Friendship, chaos, ‘air dicking’

Claire Mao, Freelance Reporter | March 18, 2024

“Ricky Stanicky” is a humorous take on the true meaning of friendship. Released on March 7 by Amazon MGM Studios, this 113 minute-long R-rated film stars Zac Efron and John Cena, marking a significant...

Screen shot of staff reporter Leart Grbeshi and his review set up for the new Kanye West album, Vultures 1.

Kanye West drops 35th studio album

Leart Grbeshi, Staff Reporter | March 14, 2024

On Feb. 9, “Vultures 1” was finally released and became Kanye West's 11th consecutive studio album to debut on the Billboard 200, the most of any artist, ever. On top of that, he did so with minimal...

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