Eastside

UsTheDuo performs in Philly

Emelia Keller, Eastside Photo Editor

July 26, 2014

Filed under Culture, Entertainment, Music Reviews

With 3.7 million followers on Vine and some successful YouTube videos with 25+ million views, husband and wife Michael and Carissa Alvarado have combined their musical talents and harmonious voices to form their band “UsTheDuo”....

5 Seconds of Summer debuts into the pop-punk music scene

Emma SIlverstone, Eastside Humor Editor

July 25, 2014

Filed under Culture, Entertainment, Music Reviews

Australian pop-rock band 5 Seconds of Summer has made it big with their self-titled debut album. The guitar-driven songs, live instruments, and overall production prove that the four teenage musicians are anything but a stereotypical...

Wanelo offers products that users “want, need and love”

Rachel Cohen ('15)/ Eastside Community Editor

September 1, 2012

Filed under Culture, Entertainment

Wanelo, pronounced “wah-nee-lo” may sound like a bizarre, foreign word. However, it is the newest way to find some of the coolest products and stores. Wanelo.com is a social store created by an eclectic team from San Francisco. ...

The Perks of Being a Wallflower is coming to theaters soon

Rebecca Cohen ('15)/ Eastside Entertainment Editor

August 19, 2012

Filed under Culture, Entertainment

The Perks of Being a Wallflower, written by Stephen Chbosky, tells the story of Charlie, a freshman in high school who is trying to figure out how to live his life right.  Readers relive ninth grade through letters Charlie writes a...

Jukebox the Ghost album review: Safe Travels

Kayla Schorr ('14)/ Eastside News/Features Editor

August 18, 2012

Filed under Culture, Entertainment

The album Safe Travels by Jukebox the Ghost features a combination of upbeat, relaxing and generally entertaining tracks. The album was released on Tuesday, June 12, and has entertained me for the entire summer. Band members ...

“The Fault in Our Stars” tells its story flawlessly

Abby Hoffman ('14)/Eastside Opinions Editor

July 22, 2012

Filed under Culture, Entertainment

Many authors and producers tell stories about the different controversies associated with cancer and its treatment. However, a new perspective has been put on this ghastly illness in the book The Fault in Our Stars. Hazel Grace, a...

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