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Movie Review: Murder on the Orient Express

Movie Review: Murder on the Orient Express

Marcella Barneclo, Staff Writer

November 17, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Movie Reviews, Showcase

**Warning: SPOILERS Murder on the Orient Express — released on Friday, Nov. 10 — is full of meticulous mustaches and mysterious murder. Set in 1934 on a train called the Orient Express, 13 suspicious passengers are stranded in a snowstorm when a murderer strikes. With an elaborate backstor...

Taste and Tell #8: A Hidden Pizza (Piece of) Camarillo

Taste and Tell #8: A Hidden Pizza (Piece of) Camarillo

Kaylie Chen and Cecilia Bach-Nguyen

November 8, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Food Reviews, Showcase

The Pickwick Shopping Center is home to a variety of shops and restaurants, like the 99 Cents Only Store and Love Pho N’ Mor, which we covered in a previous Taste and Tell. Because of the large amount of stores within the center, it’s easy to overlook the smaller shops. One of these smaller restaurant...

Review: Turtles All the Way Down by John Green

Review: Turtles All the Way Down by John Green

Jasmine Plascencia, Photo Editor

October 30, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Features, Showcase

John Green, award-winning author of The Fault in Our Stars, returned with his new book Turtles All the Way Down on Oct. 10, 2017. At the start of her junior year in high school, Aza Holmes, also known as Holmesy, is a nervous mess as she talks on the phone with her best friend Daisy Ramirez. Aza h...

13 Reasons Why: A Vengeful Suicide

13 Reasons Why: A Vengeful Suicide

Annie Mascolo, Co-Managing Editor

May 24, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Movie Reviews, Op-Ed, Showcase

The debut of the Netflix original series, “13 Reasons Why” on Mar. 31 of this year, made a notable impact on modern pop culture and catalyzed the formation of fandoms across the world.  The series, directed by Kyle Patrick Alvarez, Gregg Araki, Carl Franklin, Tom McCarthy, Helen Shaver and Jess...

Taste and Tell #7: Food Worth Taco-ing About

Taste and Tell #7: Food Worth Taco-ing About

Cecilia Bach-Nguyen and Kaylie Chen

May 19, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Food Reviews, Showcase

Camarillo is home to an abundance of Mexican food establishments scattered around town; and while some may be well-known, such as Establos Meat Market, others aren’t as popular, including the restaurant we visited today. Taqueria el Tapatio is one of three locations in the Greater Los Angeles area. A hole-in-the-wall eat...

Taste and Tell #6: HoneyMee

Taste and Tell #6: HoneyMee

Uyen Mai and Iris Shim

April 23, 2017


Filed under Features, Food Reviews, Showcase

Desserts have become more aesthetic and of higher quality in recent years due to social media exposure through pictures of food, especially in areas such as Orange County and Los Angeles County. HoneyMee, a recently trending dessert spot, has made its way up to the Camarillo Premium Outlets after the ch...

Taste and Tell #5: Mama’s Hummus

Taste and Tell #5: Mama’s Hummus

Kaylie Chen and Cecilia Bach-Nguyen

February 25, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Food Reviews, Showcase

Expressing their promises with the slogan “Serving you not just good food, but great food," Mama’s Hummus dishes up fresh Mediterranean and Lebanese food at two locations: one in Newbury Park and one within walking distance of Cam High. This casual eatery boasts both authentic vegetarian and meaty...

Taste and Tell #4: Im-pasta-bly Good

Taste and Tell #4: Im-pasta-bly Good

Cecilia Bach-Nguyen and Kaylie Chen

December 9, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Food Reviews, Showcase

Camarillo’s small-town-feel boasts many family-owned restaurants that have been passed down from generation to generation- and Lucerne Restaurant is one of them. Located in Central Plaza, this restaurant is a hidden gem whose big flavor makes up for its minute size. Wedged between Round Table Pizza and a veterinarian...

Taste and Tell #3: Pho-nomenal Pho

Taste and Tell #3: Pho-nomenal Pho

Cecilia Bach-Nguyen and Kaylie Chen

December 1, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Food Reviews, Showcase

Recently, Vietnamese foods such as pho and banh mi have gained tremendous popularity among foodies and the general public. These types of foods have become more readily available within many towns, and Camarillo is no exception. Love Pho N’ Mor, located on Arneill Drive, is one of two Vietnamese ...

Taste and Tell #2: Just The Vegan-ing

Taste and Tell #2: Just The Vegan-ing

Kaylie Chen and Chloe Schicker

November 9, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Food Reviews, Showcase

In recent years, veganism has become more mainstream among millennials, many converting to plant-based diets for ethical, environmental or health reasons, and with Camarillo’s close proximity to Los Angeles- the vegan hub of California- vegan diets are becoming less and less taboo in the Cam High c...

Taste and Tell #1: Cagami Ramen

Taste and Tell #1: Cagami Ramen

Cecilia Bach-Nguyen and Kaylie Chen

September 19, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Food Reviews, Showcase

  Preceding the opening of Cagami Ramen, one could only obtain authentic ramen by enduring a long drive through L.A. traffic or resorting to the second-rate dollar cup of noodles at the local supermarket. But now, Camarillo is home to its very own authentic ramen house. Located on Daily Dr.,...

More Movie Mayhem from Marvel

More Movie Mayhem from Marvel

Omeed Tavasoli, Staff Writer

May 25, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Movie Reviews, Showcase

Since the success of The Avengers, crossover movies involving dozens of different characters have dominated Marvel’s film-making agenda. However, in Captain America: Civil War, Joe and Anthony Russo kept intact the individual character and story of Captain America while also balancing the roles of a ...

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