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The return of Tiger King

The return of “Tiger King”

Kellly Mulligan December 5, 2021

By: Kelly Mulligan While the entire world was shut down from a deadly pandemic, a brand new and enticing documentary reached the locked-in viewers’ screens. “Tiger King,” was a household name...

Oregon Ridge never disappoints

Oregon Ridge never disappoints

John Kimenhour April 6, 2017

Oregon Ridge Park in Cockeysville has beautiful a trail system, a nature center, and live animals, all of which makes it a great park to visit on a nice afternoon. Few parks have such great scenery...

(Photo by Maia Milas)

PAWS works with local shelter

Michael Edwards November 3, 2016

The People for Animal Wellness Society (PAWS) is one of the many clubs at Stevenson University that strives to create a bridge between students and the community. Its mission is “to educate Stevenson...

New version of a classic impresses

New version of a classic impresses

Andrew Wysocki May 4, 2016

Disney has brought back the fantasy, drama and action in "The Jungle Book," along with all of the original characters and plot. The original 1967 film was an animated musical comedy. The storyline of...

New Disney movie is fun, meaningful

Jamell Randolph April 13, 2016

Disney has brought yet another entertaining, fun-filled and family-oriented movie to the box office. Critics called "Zootopia" “the whole package” because of the film's important social issues that...

Should you go to the zoo?

Elizabeth Kamosa March 2, 2016

The zoo is a popular place to visit at any age and at any time of the year. But are zoos helping or harming the animals housed? Merriam-Webster’s dictionary defines a zoo as “a place where many kinds...

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