Upcoming Superhero Movies

by Giselle Martinez

 

 

Thor Ragnarok

November 10, 2017
In this next Thor trilogy, Thor finds himself in a quest for survival that leads him in a race against time to prevent the all-powerful Hela from destroying his home world and the Asgardian civilization. SGHS senior Joana Aceves believes that this Thor movie will be “The movie of the century, topping all Marvel movies ever made.”
 

 

 

 

Justice League

November 17, 2017
Following the events of Superman Dawn of Justice, Bruce Wayne enlists newfound ally Diana Prince to face an even greater threat. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to recruit a team to stand against this newly awakened enemy. SGHS student Alejandra Hernandez says, “Justice League will be the all-time greatest movie because of the appearance of the Flash.” She continuous, “… can November 17 come any faster?”
 

Top 4 Movies

 

 

Title: Spider Man: Homecoming
Rotten Tomatoes: 92% viewers, like this movie
Audience Score: 89%
Genre: Fantasy/Science Fiction
Box Office: $333,125,680
Student Reviews: “I like it, was the best Spider Man movie. It was better than the original one.”-SGHS Senior Jasmin Cervantes
 

 

 

 

Title: Annabelle: Creation
Rotten Tomatoes: 84% viewers, like this movie
Audience Score: 70%
Genre: Drama/Film
Box Office: $101,788,792
Student Reviews: “It wasn’t scary, but interesting.”- SGHS Senior Martin Guerra
 

 

 

 

 

Title: Dunkirk
Rotten Tomatoes: 87% viewers, like this movie
Audience Score: 82% 
Genre: Fantasy /Science Fiction. 
Box Office: $187,261,727
Student Reviews: “It was good. I like that the movie was exactly like the book.”- SGHS Junior Daniel Castāno
 

 

 

 

 

Title: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
Rotten Tomatoes: 91% viewers, like this movie
Audience Score: 88%
Genre: Fantasy/Science Fiction
Box Office: $389,804,217
Student Reviews: “It was a pretty good movie, different than the rest movies.”- SGHS Senior Justin Lima
 

Do you want to be part of a live audience?

by Brenda Palacios

There are many events going on in Los Angeles, from award shows like the Emmy’s, to TV shows, like Dancing with the Stars. “I would love to go to shows that I like, but I feel like the tickets online are a scam or if they aren’t, they are expensive,” stated Jacqueline Mejia, a senior. People think that in order to attend these events, you need to either be famous or buy an expensive ticket. There are many websites that promote events and give free tickets but can they be trusted? The agency’s 1 iota and On Camera Audiences can! For 1 iota follow these steps:

  1. Go to 1 iota.com
  2. Click on the sign up on the top right corner
  3. Insert the basic information of yours (name, birth date, email, etc.)
  4. Click on free tickets and see which one you will like to participate in!

For OCA, follow these steps:

  1. Go to oncameraaudience.com 
  2. Scroll down to check which shows you like and click free tickets 
  3. Insert basic information (name, birth date, email, etc.)

Things to do over Thanksgiving Break

by Gabriela Catalan

The Great Los Angeles Walk: Is a great way to start your Thanksgiving week with thousands of people joining together to take a hike from Los Angeles, Little Tokyo to Beverly Boulevard on November 18, 2017. It’s a noncompetitive 17 mile walk at 8:00 a.m., with no reservation required!

Turkey Trot Los Angeles: Is a friendly-family event in Grand Park on November 23, 2017 at 8:00 a.m. It offers two races, 5K and 10K routes on the historic streets of Los Angeles. You receive a medal and t-shirt once done. There will be plenty of games, a costume contest, and a sack race. A kid’s zone will have face painting, arts and crafts to enjoy. 

Circle V: A Music, Activism + Food Event: On November 18, 2017 you can enjoy the day by listening to some good tunes and feast on tasty snacks, all VEGAN. Circle V includes performances form Moby, Waka flacka flame, Dreamcar, and many more. Guest appearances from Kat Von D and Nathan Runkle, among others will occur.

Stuff the Bird, Not Yourself

Stuff the Bird, Not Yourself 

by: Daise Moreno 

The average person consumes a maximum of 2,600 calories on a regular day. During Thanksgiving the same person consumes about 4,500! That’s almost twice as many calories in only one meal! Drink a cup of coffee or hot tea about 15 to 20 minutes before you sit down to eat to curb your appetite. You will feel fuller, eat less, and this will allow you to indulge in a few goodies, but not every goodie that comes your way. How many calories do you consume during Thanksgiving?

Dia de Gracia at my House

Dia de Gracia at my House 

by Daise Moreno

Turkey has been America’s top choice for a thanksgiving meal since 1863, when Thanksgiving was declared a national holiday. But not everybody eats turkey during Thanksgiving. Many of our families haven’t been in the United States since 1863.

Most of my family and friends’ families like many people know, Hispanic indiviuals like to add twists to our food and spice it up our food. Many Hispanic families prefer to make tamales over the famous main course, turkey. We also add an extra course which is posolè, a traditional Spanish stew made of pork, red chiles, and hominy corn.  

Not only do we change the traditional star of the meal, we also change the drinks. Instead of crisp cranberry juice, we tend to lean more on the warmer drinks such as a rich champurado and atole made from corn flour and milk. Another drink that we’ve incorporated into Thanksgiving is ponche. Unlike American punch, ponche is served warm. It’s made out of a broth created from tropical fruit such as guavas, sugar cane etc. Regardless of the change from traditional Thanksgiving, there’s one thing that never changes- time spent with family.

 It’s clear to see that turkey doesn’t make a Thanksgiving dinner; it’s the time spent together as a family and being thankful for your blessings.