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Girl With the Dragon Tattoo Lights Up American Screens

Girl With the Dragon Tattoo Lights Up American Screens

January 3, 2012

From the first book in the Millennium Trilogy by Stieg Larsson, to a Swedish film, and finally to an American film, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo now...

Muppets Movie Brings Smiles for 103 Minutes

Muppets Movie Brings Smiles for 103 Minutes

Alison Wallach, Staff Writer

December 20, 2011

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Grade: A+ By the end of The Muppets, I realized just how much my cheeks hurt from smiling almost straight through the 103-minute movie.  With the perf...

Sweet Options for Weekend in Hershey

Sweet Options for Weekend in Hershey

December 14, 2011

Looking to make a weekend out of the North Penn Knight’s trip to Hershey Stadium? Well here are some possible hotel options. Unfortunately the most convenient...

Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Pt I Soundtrack: More than a Wedding March

Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Pt I Soundtrack: More than a Wedding March

Jessica Paradysz, Staff Writer

December 6, 2011

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Ever since the first movie, artists have been creating unique songs specifically chronicling the forbidden, mystical love between Edward and Bella. Even...

Metropolitan Misses Mark

Ray Gerhart, Staff Writer

December 5, 2011

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The Metropolitan tries to be a step above your average chain restaurant, but despite it’s attempts it falls short. Upon entering the Metropolitan, located in North Wales, it immediately draws you into the ambient feeling of the city. After an hour and a half of waiting the ambience sort of becomes tacky due to waiting for that extensive period of time. When we were finally...

Harry Potter Magically Disappearing Off Shelves

Harry Potter Magically Disappearing Off Shelves

Bridget Phillips, Staff Writer

November 30, 2011

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Attention all muggles! Unless Harry Potter fans know a magical spell, they will no longer be able to purchase any of the eight films very soon. Copycatting...

Breaking Dawn Has a Bit More Bite

Breaking Dawn Has a Bit More Bite

Bridget Phillips, Staff Writer

November 30, 2011

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Overflowing with vampires, humans, and werewolves, the Twilight series’ fourth installment Breaking Dawn: Part 1 entertains and frightens audiences with it...

Dine in Style at Tex-Mex Connection

Jill Harrington, Staff Writer

November 30, 2011

Filed under Cuisine, Entertainment

Olé!  Dining at Tex-Mex Connection is truly an experience. Every element of the restaurant leads you to feel as if you are dining during a Mexican fiesta.  Serving a wide variety of Mexican dishes, it is conveniently located on East Walnut Street in North Wales.  Tex-Mex is the perfect place to celebrate a special occasion, or simply to enjoy a nice meal out.   T...

Book Review: How Did You Get This Number?

Book Review: How Did You Get This Number?

Maria Poccia, Staff Writer

November 29, 2011

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Hilariously charming, Slone Crosley’s collection of personal essays in How Did You Get This Number are sure to remind readers to look back at their ow...

6ABC Thanksgiving Day Parade Wows Audience for 92nd Year

6ABC Thanksgiving Day Parade Wows Audience for 92nd Year

November 29, 2011

PHILADELPHIA - The bright sun illuminated the majestic, temporarily hued green and red steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art as the 92nd annual 6ABC parad...

Sandler Gets Into Character

Jessica Paradysz, Staff Writer

November 29, 2011

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Being a twin can have its perks but sometimes that kind of a bond can be too much to handle. In Adam Sandler’s latest comedy Jack and Jill, he portrays a father who works at a successful ad agency. He seems to have it all; a beautiful mansion, family, successful job yet there is something he cannot escape: his somewhat dowdy twin sister from the Bronx is coming to L.A. for...

500 Reasons to Go to Red Box

Alison Wallach, Staff Writer

November 28, 2011

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Grade: A Let’s face it, romantic comedies tend to play on the dreams of every hopeless romantic out there, painting a flawless picture of love with the happiest of endings. If the last sentence sounded at all familiar to you, director Marc Webb’s (500) Days of Summer will throw you a welcomed curve ball – unless, of course, fairy tale love stories are right up your ...

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