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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

Junior Sela Myers acts out an eating scene during theater Dec. 5. Theater program is practicing for the winter One-Act play.

Park prepares for ‘A Trip to the Moon’

Ruby Viot December 15, 2023

Each year Park’s theater program participates in the One-Act play, performing against other schools in a section competition. Due to the auditorium being closed down, they have had to hold practice in...

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‘Barry’ breaks hearts

Elena Ortiz-Fishman May 31, 2023

“Starting now” has become the emblematic phrase of HBO’s hit show, “Barry.”  On its surface, “Barry” is about an ex-veteran (Bill Hader) who has succumbed to the joyless lifestyle of a...

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No beef with ‘Beef’

Layla Mickelson April 19, 2023

Bone chilling suspense, with twists and turns that take you anywhere you don’t expect. This is what you’re in for when you sit down to watch this recent A24 production. With astounding ratings of 98%...

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‘YellowJackets’ is a wild ride

Sarah Kluckhohn April 9, 2023

The first season of “Yellowjackets” was a stellar debut with an excellent soundtrack, careful pacing and a thrilling story. The mystery that looms over the narrative lies within their time stranded,...

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‘Swarm’ packs a sting

Sarah Kluckhohn March 24, 2023

Have you ever been shocked by the intensity of stan culture online? Has a tweet from a Beyonce or Kpop fan rattled you to your core? From Donald Glover and Janine Nabers comes “Swarm,” a flashy thriller...

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Scooby-Doo, where are you

Liz Williams February 16, 2023

The first two new episodes of the “Velma” show aired Jan. 12, it was produced by HBO Max and has sparked the attention of many – but not in a positive way. The show is an adult remake of the original...

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Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show review

Ari Lissauer February 14, 2023

Rihanna performed in the latest halftime show Super Bowl LVII on Feb. 12, and many say she didn't disappoint. She performed for the first time in five years with about 12 songs. The performance was about...

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‘Bridgerton’ is a fun escape

Sophia Curran-Moore January 16, 2021

“Bridgerton” transports viewers to a different world; one full of operas and balls and without a facemask in sight. It’s an eight-hour respite from the current state of events. The show, based...

Fair use from Netflix. Frightened by what she saw, Dani (Victoria Pedretti) looks back at the Bly Manor. Recently released on Netflix Oct. 9, “The Haunting of Bly Manor” is a horror follow up series to “The Haunting of Hill House” and is inspired by the 1898 novel, “The Turn of the Screw,” written by Henry James.

‘The Haunting of Bly Manor’ is a must watch

Maria Perez Barriga October 14, 2020

Recently released on Netflix Oct. 9, the new show “The Haunting of Bly Manor” will leave you feeling both confused, and teary-eyed at the same time when you finish watching the nine episodes. “The...

Fair use from Netflix. Never Have I Ever character Devi Vishwakumar (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) interacts with friends Jonah Sharpe (Dino Petrera), Eleanor Wong (Ramona Young) and Fabiola Torres (Lee Reodriquez). The Netflix series was created by Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher.

‘Never Have I Ever’ Netflix series is mediocre

Noah Orloff May 12, 2020

As I was missing the noisy halls of high school and the feeling of a real classroom, watching “Never Have I Ever” provided a reminder of the high school experience. Season one of Netflix’s “Never...

Fair use from Netflix. Netflixs new show Coronavirus, Explained provides information related to COVID-19.

‘Coronavirus, Explained’ proves informational

Abigail Prestholdt, Writer May 2, 2020

“Coronavirus, Explained” released by Netflix April 26, explores the different aspects of the pandemic and the information available. The show is meant to inform viewers on how the virus happened, how...

Fair use from Netflix: Aimme Gibbs (Aimme Lou Wood) and Maeve Wiley (Emma Mackey) talking to the police about sexual misconduct. Season 2 of Sex Education goes more in-depth on Aimme Gibbs and her struggles.

‘Sex Education’ pulls off enjoyable second season

Izzy Kanne March 3, 2020

After the season one finale of “Sex Education,” I had a lot of questions that needed answers. When I saw that a second season was available on Netflix, I dove into binge it head first and came out...

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