High Tide

My heart’s not in Havana

Sophie Fleming, Staff Writer

February 8, 2018

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Cuban-American Camila Cabello successfully launches her stirringly-vibrant career as a solo artist through the release long-awaited solo debut Camila. Following the singer-songwriter’s brutal departure from girl-band Fifth Harmony, this album consists of Cabello’s own tropical, hip-swaying rhythms -- all ranging in emotions, woeful tales, instrumentals and vocals. ...

Pho-nomenal food

Sydney Nguyen, Staff Writer

February 8, 2018

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When people think of Vietnamese food they generally refer to “phở” and “bánh mì” sandwiches, but are rarely exposed to other authentic dishes. Pho Hue Oi puts traditional central Vietnamese cuisine in the spotlight as the Vietnamese food scene gains more popularity.   The restaurant is one of the first in the South Bay to specialize in central Vietnamese cuisine, more s...

Din Tai Funky

Din Tai Funky

Alexis Mesa, Staff Writer

December 14, 2017

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In a sea of popular teenage fashion boutiques and sneakerhead hotspots lies Din Tai Fung, a branch of a growing dim sum-like restaurant chain expanding in t...

Lost in Daydreams

Austin Nunis, Staff Writer

November 2, 2017

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One of the most endearing qualities about Weezer is their ability to please a variety of different ears through a mix of peppy pop songs and their signature guitar riffs. On albums such as The Green Album and Make Believe, the band explores a vibe more directed towards the general public, while albums like Pinkerton and The Red Album focus on a more unique and experimental styl...

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