The power of the people: “Judas and the Black Messiah” review
BY SASHEEN JOSEPH “I am a revolutionary” is not only a motto but a prophecy declared by the brothers and sisters of the historic Black Panther Party (BPP).  Debuting in theaters and on HBO Max, “Judas and the Black Messiah” is a historical, civil rights-themed drama about deputy chairman... Read more
Recapping “WandaVision”: Everything you need to know up until episode seven
BY ALYSSA KHAN COVID-19 has halted the filming of various movies and shows, with Marvel being one of many studios heavily affected. Fans have been anticipating anything Marvel-related to watch for the past year. At last, the long wait came to an end when the first Marvel Studios show,... Read more
A docu-series so bad, it’s criminal: Netflix’s “Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel” disappoints
BY EMMA HUERTA With its realistic connections and suspenseful pace, the “true crime” genre pulls in attentive spectators far and wide. The enticing genre often features dramatizations, crime reenactments, witness and expert testimonials, speculations and, ultimately, shocking reveals.  Now, take all of these immersive qualities in true crime and... Read more
“To All The Boys: Always and Forever” marks the end of a rom-com era
BY KAREN SUROS Three years after the release of the first “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” movie, Netflix has released the third and final installation of the series: “To All The Boys: Always and Forever.” The end of her senior year prompts Lara Jean (Lana Condor) to... Read more
A heart-wrenching future classic: Review of Netflix’s film “Malcolm and Marie”
BY NINA RAMIREZ “Malcolm and Marie,” an utter masterpiece, joined the bountiful list of Netflix original films on February 5, 2021. The film is directed by the brilliant Sam Levinson, who also worked on the insanely popular series “Euphoria.” Beginning with the sole introduction, this work of art will... Read more
Pōku is perfect for poké: New poké restaurant opens up in Cooper City
BY KAREN SUROS Listen up, poké fanatics: there is a new spot in town. Pōku has opened up in the Cooper Square plaza, offering a unique poké bowl experience within a serene setting.  The restaurant offers a variety of options for customers ordering bowls. Chef bowls are handcrafted by... Read more
“Good times, Cali vibes”: Top three drinks to try at Cali Coffee
BY CAMILA FERNANDEZ Cali Coffee is a fun, local coffee stand based in Hollywood, Florida, whose unique and high-quality drinks have earned them plenty of popularity. With a Cooper City location coming soon, it’s important to take advantage of their distinctive beverages. Here are some you shouldn’t miss out... Read more
A Mexican treat in Cooper City: A review of new TacoGüey restaurant
BY NINA RAMIREZ Cooper City has officially awarded its citizens with the opening of an authentic Mexican restaurant by the name of  TacoGüey. This restaurant is located along Stirling Road in the plaza across from CCHS, making it easily accessible to students. They were originally planning on opening soon... Read more
Cliche club: Netflix’s live-action “Winx Club” adaptation continues the platform’s saga of mediocrity
BY EMMA HUERTA Most of Gen Z remembers switching on the TV after school and viewing the vibrancy of both animated and live-action shows on beloved channels like Nickelodeon, Disney and Cartoon Network. “Winx Club” (2004) was one such show, complete with upbeat characters, exciting clashes between heroes and... Read more
Netflix’s incomparable show of the season: Review of “Bridgerton”
BY KAMDYN ROHER “All is fair in love and war, but some battles leave no victor, only a trail of broken hearts that make us wonder if the price we pay is ever worth the fight,” Lady Whistledown said. Full of humor, romance, scandal, plot twists and overall interesting... Read more