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The Echo

The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

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Movies to watch during Mental Health Month

Johanna Kaplan May 19, 2022

The film industry isn't exactly known for remaining true to real-life experiences, and its portrayal of mental health is no exception. In honor of May being Mental Health Awareness Month, below are five...

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‘Come Home The Kids Miss You’ is a success

Tenzin Gyaldatsang May 18, 2022

Louisville-native Jack Harlow has been making quite a name for himself recently. From his flamboyant personality to his smooth and silky basketball skills, Harlow has established himself as an up-and-coming...

Art by Lilia Gonzalez

Are award shows worth watching anymore?

Modesty Manion May 17, 2022

Until the 1980’s, most television sets only had around five or six channels. Because of these limited entertainment options, glamorous events filled with celebrities were extremely exciting to viewers....

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LGBT+ representation in film

Modesty Manion May 17, 2022

Every June, people across the world celebrate Pride Month, which honors the struggles, experiences and history of the LGBT+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, etc.) community. In honor of Pride Month,...

Cut Through the Noise: Kendrick Lamar, HUNNY, Bad Bunny

Elena Ortiz-Fishman May 14, 2022

Welcome to “Cut Through the Noise,” an entertainment column from the St. Louis Park Echo covering new music releases. Every week, a different Echo staffer takes on the role of writer, reviewing...

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Future’s “I Never Liked You” is successful, but…

Luca Aimo May 10, 2022

After a week from the release April 29 of his new album “I Never Liked You,” Future has  multiple tracks that have already received more than two million views on Youtube and 16 million plays on Spotify....

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Cut Through the Noise: Christina Perri, Taylor Swift, Doja Cat

Sophia Curran-Moore May 9, 2022

Welcome to “Cut Through the Noise,” an entertainment column from the St. Louis Park Echo covering new music releases. Every week, a different Echo staffer takes on the role of writer, reviewing recent...

Cut Through the Noise: MARINA, Ava Max, Justin Bieber

Cut Through the Noise: MARINA, Ava Max, Justin Bieber

Maren Wilsey May 3, 2022

Welcome to “Cut Through the Noise,” an entertainment column from the St. Louis Park Echo covering new music releases. Every week, a different Echo staffer takes on the role of writer, reviewing recent...

Photo illustration by Jordyn Deschamps. Freshman Sarah Kluckhohn browses a clothing rack April 23.

‘Vintage Fest’ or just a mess?

Sarah Kluckhohn May 3, 2022

Every month, Minnesota fashion lovers get together to buy and sell vintage clothes at the Minneapolis Convention Center. I went to ‘Vintage Fest’ for the first time April 23, and the experience was...

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Panda-monium breaks out in Pixar’s ‘Turning Red’

Alex Geretz May 2, 2022

★★★★☆ Skipping theaters altogether, “Turning Red” premiered March 11 exclusively on Disney+. Starring newcomer Rosalie Chiang as Mei, “Turning Red” proves Pixar’s writing and directing...

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’Moon Knight’ mid-season review

Alex Geretz May 2, 2022

Marvel movies are dizzying to say the least. Despite hosting some of my favorite moviegoing experiences ever, the countless characters you have to follow from the numerous movies you have to watch gets...

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Tragic death of drumming sensation depresses many

Modesty Manion April 29, 2022

World-renowned drummer Taylor Hawkins of the rock band Foo Fighters died March 25 of a drug overdose.  Foo Fighters were formed in Seattle, Washington in 1994 by former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl,...

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