The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

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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Joji’s new album “SMITHEREENS” fails to deliver after long wait

Scott Schmidt November 22, 2022

“SMITHEREENS” by Joji just dropped after a two-year-long wait. After his last album, “Nectar,” this album feels unfinished and anticlimactic. With two singles dropping this past year hyping up...

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‘The School for Good and Evil’ is not so good

Anya Panday November 4, 2022

The beloved young adult fantasy book series, “The School for Good and Evil,” has been a widely loved spin on fairy tales since 2013. Due to its popularity, Netflix recently picked up the book series...

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‘It’s alive! It’s alive!’

Alex Geretz October 28, 2022

If you told me right after I watched the disappointing “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” that Marvel would make a wholly original, ‘30s-horror-esque Halloween special just a few months...

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Marilyn Monroe back on the big screen

Eliah Fink October 12, 2022

Marilyn Monroe has been out of the spotlight for quite a while, but only up until recently. “Blonde” gives an intimate perspective on Norma Jean’s life and the performance she put on for the world...

Food is served in a cup on minimalistic and modern table. Urban Work recently opened at the West End.

Urban Wok is the new talk of the town

Crystal Diaz October 12, 2022

I spent a tasty twenty dollars at Urban Wok near the west End. Getting there was a struggle as it was  quite a hidden restaurant. Once we got there though, everything went smoothly. I immediately noticed...

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‘Pinocchio’ is charming, yet unnecessary

Anna Williams October 4, 2022

Ever since Walt Disney Pictures announced its plan to reintroduce the classics — reenvisioned, reimagined, retold and remade — viewers have patiently waited and watched as each project was released....

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‘Moonage Daydream’ is a dream come true

Rachel Arkis October 2, 2022

After much anticipation, Brett Morgen’s “Moonage Daydream” finally released Sept. 16 — and it’s more a love letter to David Bowie than a documentary.  The format of the film was very different...

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‘Don’t Worry Darling’ leaves unanswered questions

Abby Bartleson September 30, 2022

After months of anticipation for this movie to come out, I had the pleasure of watching it opening night to indulge myself in the utopian world of Victory. Directed by Olivia Wilde, “Don’t Worry Darling”...

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Revenge is sweet

Maren Wilsey September 27, 2022

It’s no secret that the 90’s were the golden age for the teen comedy genre. It’s also no secret that since then, few movies have been able to capture the wit, whimsy and overall aesthetic of the...

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Cut Through the Noise: The Backseat Lovers, Kiana Lede, Charlie Puth

Alicia Mainjeni September 26, 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...

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Cut Through the Noise: Weyes Blood, Kodak Black, Djo

Sarah Peterson September 19, 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...

“Everything Everywhere all at Once” shocks viewers 

“Everything Everywhere all at Once” shocks viewers 

Sarah Kluckhohn June 8, 2022

Everything Everywhere all at Once released in the United States May 25 to an avalanche of positive reviews. Fans raved about the masterful editing, costumes and the story at the heart of it all.  Going...

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