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California Riverfest 2019 kicks off with a firemen’s parade and more than 50 food and craft vendors

California Riverfest 2019 kicks off with a firemen's parade and more than 50 food and craft vendors

August 24, 2019

(Aug. 24) A firemen's parade was held at the opening of the annual California Riverfest in the borough on Saturday afternoon. Organizers say there's something for everybody at Riverfest, with plenty of family friendly entertainment, live music, games and more than 50 food and craft vendors. The festival...

More TV Show Reboots?

More TV Show Reboots?

Tom Caton, Entertainment Editor

May 8, 2019

There are more rumors about popular children television shows having reboots. Recently, there were rumors about a Drake & Josh reboot and now, rumors are going around about two more possible tv show reboots. Miley Cyrus made hints that a possible Hannah Montana reboot is in the works and Selena G...

“Game of Thrones” Returns for Final Season

Tom Caton, Entertainment Editor

May 8, 2019

Game of Thronesis an American fantasy drama television series created by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss for HBO. The series follows George R. R. Martin’s best-selling book series “A Song of Fire and Ice” as HBO sinks its considerable storytelling teeth into the medieval fantasy epic. Game of Thronesis...

WCAL’s First Ever “Do-over Prom”

WCAL's First Ever

Caitlyn Lenkey, Contributor

April 22, 2019

On April 3, 2019, WCAL hosted Cal U’s first ever Do-Over Prom. The event was held in the Natali Performance Center and ran from 7P.M. until 11P.M where over 100 guests came to enjoy the night together. The entry cost was three dollars for singles and five dollars for couples, with all funds benefitting...

Autism Can’t Define Me. I Define Autism.

Autism Can't Define Me. I Define Autism.

Tom Caton, Entertainment Editor

April 8, 2019

Autism affects more than 1 in 100 people. Autism is a developmental disorder of variable severity that is characterized by difficulty in social interaction and communication and by restricted or repetitive patterns of thought and behavior. Just about every year, the month of April is recognized as “Autism...

The Annual APCA Conference

The Annual APCA Conference

Eddie Kuntz, Contributor

March 25, 2019

The annual APCA conference (Association for the Promotion of Campus Activities) was held in Hershey, PA at the Hershey Lodge this past weekend, and was attended by the e-boards and advisors of Student Activities Board, Student Government, and Underground Café. APCA provides a chance for student organizations...

The Masked Singer Finale: Last Masked Standing

The Masked Singer Finale: Last Masked Standing

Tom Caton, Entertainment Editor

March 22, 2019

It was the new singing competition that definitely turned some heads and stumped viewers all across America; the Masked Singer on Fox. The moment has finally arrived that drove fans berserk. The final three masked singers who remained in the competition were finally unmasked and one of them was bestowed...

Local Fish Fries gear up for the season of Lent

Local Fish Fries gear up for the season of Lent

Tom Caton, Entertainment Editor

March 22, 2019

The season of Lent has officially begun in the Christian liturgical calendar. Local fish fry eateries across the surrounding area are preparing for the crowds of people who will swim in to try and catch some fabulously fried fish sandwiches on a “Fish Friday.” For those who are not familiar with...

This Week’s Album Review

This Week's Album Review

Evan Peffer, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019

Mariana’s Trench recently released their fifth album, Phantoms, after a four year break. The album is generally good, but does not quite live up to some of their previous work. While both of their most recent albums are produced to the highest scale, with over-arching motifs, this album is writte...

This Week’s Album Review

This Week's Album Review

Evan Peffer, Staff Writer

March 4, 2019

Badflower recently released their first full length studio album, OK, I’M SICK, and it is one to remember. The album flows effortlessly, with smooth melodies, strong vocals, and top-notch writing. With songs that vary from the angry, anti-Trump “Die”, to the eerie, almost disturbing “Cry,”...

An Academy Awards Ceremony like no other

An Academy Awards Ceremony like no other

Tom Caton, Entertainment Editor

March 4, 2019

   The 91st annual Academy Awards were once again held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California, on Sunday February 24, 2019. This year’s Oscars was one for the record books. Many surprises kept emerging as the ceremony continued on throughout the night. Let’s take a moment to recap over...

Big Wreck has Big Success

Big Wreck has Big Success

Zoe Webster, Contributor

March 4, 2019

JUNO award winner for Best Rock Album of 2018, Big Wreck, is back at it again with more music released on February 22 of this year. Though the fanbase for this Canadian-American rock band is not nearly as large in the US as it is in Canada, every fan across the globe has been anticipating this new album...

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