Eastside

@Rob_Leighton

March 28, 2012

...

@BobtheBusdriver

March 28, 2012

...

Battle for an Oscar: The Tree of Life

Nick Mitchell ('13)/ Eastside Staff

February 27, 2012

The Tree of Life might not be the most popular of nominees, but that doesn’t make it any less great. It is a movie, made with a certain tenderness and attention. A movie that tries to wrestle with convoluted philosophical topics a...

Battle for an Oscar: Midnight in Paris

Thomas Hudson (’14)/ Eastside Technology Director

February 27, 2012

Midnight in Paris is a romantic comedy and a fantasy directed by Woody Allen. The main character is Gil Pender (Owen Wilson), an accomplished screenwriter. Gil is visiting the beautiful city Paris with his fiancée, Inez (Rachel ...

East students reflect on tenth anniversary of September 11, 2001

Juliet Brooks ('13)/ Eastside News/Features Editor

September 11, 2011

Now that ten years have passed since the attack on the Twin Towers, America has a clearer picture of the tragedy that wracked us on September 11, 2001. The memories of East students, on the other hand, are getting cloudier. It...

Fall Movie Preview

Hailey Edelstein ('12)/ Eastside Editor-in-Chief, Hailey Edelstein ('12)/ Eastside Editor-in-Chief, Hailey Edelstein ('12)/ Eastside Editor-in-Chief, and Hailey Edelstein ('12)/ Eastside Editor-in-Chief

September 5, 2011

Fall 2011 has begun and with it come some exciting new movies. Take a break from the homework, grab some popcorn and do not miss the season’s upcoming hits: This September, don’t miss Contagion, an action-packed movie about...

East student blogs about experiences in Spain: Post #5

Juliet Brooks ('13)/ Eastside News/Features Editor and Juliet Brooks ('13)/ Eastside News/Features Editor

August 5, 2011

I can't believe it's all over now. I'm sitting in my own living room in America. If I go out to a restaurant, the waiters will speak to me in English. The day I left my host family, I got on a bus for 14 hours and we drove from...

Shark Week: the ultimate annual shark attack

Danielle Fox ('13)/ Eastside Entertainment Editor and Danielle Fox ('13)/ Eastside Entertainment Editor

August 5, 2011

Finally, the one week of the year is here when another ancient sanguinary beast dominates television as opposed to the mythological—and becoming trite—vampire: Shark Week. First premiering on the Discovery Channel in 1986,...

Voices against Kyleigh’s Law get louder

Amy Myers ('13)/ Eastside Opinions Editor and Amy Myers ('13)/ Eastside Opinions Editor

July 11, 2011

In order to provide a more ‘aware’ audience when near teenage drivers, New Jersey issued a requirement of red decals on the license plates of cars with probationary licenses under the age of 21. Kyleigh’s Law originated...

East student blogs about experiences in Spain: Post #2

Juliet Brooks ('13)/ Eastside News/Features Editor and Juliet Brooks ('13)/ Eastside News/Features Editor

July 11, 2011

So apparently Frederico Garcia Lorca did a lot while he was in New York in the 1930s. I wish I could tell you what he did, but I can´t. I´m sure someone has told me at some point, but the amount of Spanish I comprehend is inversely...

The Decision

The Decision

July 9, 2011

Iceage- New Brigade review

Jack Braunstein ('13)/ Underground Editor and Jack Braunstein ('13)/ Underground Editor

July 7, 2011

Iceage is a group of fiery Danish teenagers, currently riding a cloud of internet buzz in the States. Have no fear, even though the band hails from the land of the Viking, New Brigade saw a release date much earlier this year...

East student blogs about experiences in Spain: Post #1

Juliet Brooks ('13)/ Eastside News/Features Editor, Juliet Brooks ('13)/ Eastside News/Features Editor, Juliet Brooks ('13)/ Eastside News/Features Editor, Juliet Brooks ('13)/ Eastside News/Features Editor, Juliet Brooks ('13)/ Eastside News/Features Editor, Juliet Brooks ('13)/ Eastside News/Features Editor, Juliet Brooks ('13)/ Eastside News/Features Editor, Juliet Brooks ('13)/ Eastside News/Features Editor, Juliet Brooks ('13)/ Eastside News/Features Editor, and Juliet Brooks ('13)/ Eastside News/Features Editor

July 6, 2011

I'm in Spain right now, sitting at a keyboard where the quotation marks are somewhere above my left hand and the backspace bar says "retroceso." Also, the ñ is a legitimate button. In fact, I think I'm going to press it again....