Bringing Thanksgiving Back

Thanksgiving is an important holiday that not only brings families together, but also reminds families of our history as a nation. Unfortunately, people all over the country seem to have forgotten about Thanksgiving,and they are skipping right to Christmas and the holiday season. The day after Halloween ended, people […]

Bond Movie 24 Spectre

The 24th Bond movie Spectre was recently released on November 6th in the US. In Spectre, James Bond finds a cryptic message from his past and leads on a hunt to uncover an evil, ominous organization. The movie made $70 million on opening weekend. Not as much as […]

Stossel in the Classroom

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Tragedy in Paris

On Friday, multiple organized attacks took place in Paris, France leaving 129 civilians dead. Terrorists, supposedly part of ISIS, attacked 5 locations including crowded restaurants, a concert venue, and outside the Stade de France where a soccer friendly was taking place. Countries are showing their support by offering […]

Wegmans

Wegmans opened on Sunday, November 8, 2015 and it was absolutely packed. I went on the opening day and even though it was crowded, everything ran smoothly. When I walked in, I first noticed a huge section devoted to Asian cuisine. There was a Chinese “bar” with take-out […]