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A guide to the best bagels in Tenleytown

Wilson students have nearly unending options when it comes to breakfast, lunch, or after-school snacks. But it can be hard to know where to go if you are looking for something in particular, especially bagels. To help you out, I went to Whole Foods, Starbucks, Panera, and Dunkin’ Donuts to try their “everything” bagels. Here’s

Keeping you posted on “The Post”

A man types furiously on a typewriter. Soldiers decorate their faces with black and green paint. A trek into the forest turns into a deadly battle. Based on historical events, “The Post” mysteriously transitions into an office filled with classified papers, revealing the true plot of the movie: the controversy surrounding The New York Times’

Tenleytown eats: best bang for your buck

In the past couple of years, many restaurants have opened up in Tenleytown. With so many to choose from, it can be hard to decide where to go. To help you out, I have found three restaurants that are the best bang for your buck. Seoul Spice Korean food Price Range: $3.50 – $9 (approx.)

The legacy of Lil Peep

The first time I saw Lil Peep, I laughed. He looked absurd, like nothing I had seen before, dancing in the snow with a pink sweater on and a freshly tattooed broken heart on his face. He was the perfect visual accompaniment to his music, his expression simultaneously joyful and hopeless, spiteful and forgiving, lovelorn

Drumline marches back to center stage

Students hustle into the auditorium, eager to find and sit with their friends despite instruction to sit as a class. A sophomore kicks off the show by singing a sentimental ballad, and the audience quickly whip out their phones. A few synchronized dances and a tear jerking poem later and students are released to go

“Metamorphoses” was a play to remember

Breathtaking. Awinspiring. Beautiful. These are just a few words that came to my mind after experiencing this year’s fall play Metamorphoses. Mary Zimmerman’s rendition of the classic Ovid Poem, which was made up of stories about greek gods, transformed into an play which Wilson’s theater department decided to take on this year. Some of these

Aaron feeds his Seoul

As I took the first bite of my taco, I felt my Seoul instantly become rejuvenated. The grub from Tenleytown’s new Korean comfort food spot–Seoul Spice–works wonders. Hopefully it will be able to solidify its spot on Wisconsin Avenue for many years. When I entered the restaurant, the “Seoul Train” taco stood out to me

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