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Art’s Limitations: Do They Exist?

Art’s Limitations: Do They Exist?

Karina Quintana, Staff
February 14, 2017
Filed under Art

The argument over how "art" should be defined is a discourse that has transcended time. Although the definition of "art" is easily found in Webster's dictionary, there has been a lot of disapproval. Some even question if the simple word can be defined. One of our talented senior Lobo artists, Sophia...

#SS17 In A Nutshell

#SS17 In A Nutshell

Chloe Enero, Photography Editor
October 13, 2016
Filed under Art, News, Reviews

From New York to London to Milan to Paris, high design fashion shows have taken over to show off their spring-summer collections for the upcoming year. “Florals? For Spring? Groundbreaking.” Meryl Streep as Miranda Priestly said in The Devil Wears Prada, the month-long fashion calendar has presente...

Sports, Sports, Sports…Where’s the Art?

Sports, Sports, Sports…Where’s the Art?

Aysia Johnson, Staff
September 15, 2016
Filed under Art, Connecting the Pack, High School, Sports

In many different schools the so to speak stereotype is that sports are more emphasized and invested in more than the fine arts. It's vital  to get to the bottom of the reason and get some of the student body’s opinion. Went to interview two students and these two students have different perspectives...

Mural, Mural On The Wall

Mural, Mural On The Wall

Britney Onpeng
March 8, 2016
Filed under All Around Town, Art

West Valley has become a blank canvas for local street artists. Many locations around the community are being covered in large vibrant murals for residents to enjoy. Avondale has become the home of the most murals in all of the West Valley cities. These artists are conveying a positive message by...

|Sonnet 16|

Angel Castro (Michael Bentley), Guest Writer
January 8, 2016
Filed under Spittin' Poetry

More powerful then the touch of death, for when She passes by She stops my breath. As if She's an angel in disguise who arrived beyond the skies. Maybe the Devil himself whose beauty is nothing to describe, yet I feel no energy such a negative vibe. Take me to the place you are heading. Her hair blows w...

Rest In Piece

Ioane Kauhako - Viernes, Guest Writer
January 7, 2016
Filed under Spittin' Poetry

It was a warm summer night The fright of losing you was in my sight The drugs that were taking you away The only thing I could do was pray You lay in the bed suffering I’m asking God why, Why did he have to choose you to leave this Earth that you called home A year ago you finally left me ...

SOULFUL EXPRESSIONS!!!!!

SOULFUL EXPRESSIONS!!!!!

Jahnez Wong, Editor in Chief
January 7, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Spittin' Poetry

The monthly Open Mic Night will be this Saturday from 4:30 to 7 at the Avondale Public Library. All poets, musicians, artists, and comedians are welcome to come perform. If you have another talent that isn't listed, you are welcome to showcase that as well. As always there will be refreshments avai...

An Intimate Self-Portraitist

An Intimate Self-Portraitist

Jesus Rodriguez
December 18, 2015
Filed under Art, Entertainment, Reviews

  “My painting carries with it the message of pain (Frida Kahlo)”. That’s what I seen when I went to the exhibit in the Heard Museum in Phoenix. You walk and you get the scene of photographs of her father, mother, and a whole general idea of her life that she kept hidden from the world...

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