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Money Heist: The unexpected is certain

Money Heist: The unexpected is certain

September 12, 2018

"Money Heist" is a different yet exciting Spanish Netflix series that will have you rooting for the nine...

Get your thrills on with foreign mystery series

Maria Isabel Del Castillo Schmidhuber, Focal Point Editor

September 12, 2018

Filed under Features, Focal Point, Showcase

Mysteries can be thrilling and devastating to watch at times but the overwhelming shock at the very end of it all is satisfying. Netflix has a variety of mystery thrillers available that are worth your time. Most of the ones I will mention are French, German, Danish or British. "Dark": This German mystery thriller is all ...

The rise of Asian representation in the media

Kylea Pearson, Staff Writer

September 12, 2018

Filed under Features, Focal Point

"To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before", "Crazy Rich Asians", "Bao". What these films all have in common is Asian representation. Main characters in films have typically been white, up until now. With this newfound explosion of popularity for "To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before", a movie based on a book written by Jenny Han,...

Overcooked 2 brings new flavor

Overcooked 2 brings new flavor

September 7, 2018

Team17 Digital Limited has struck gold with their game Overcooked. Now with the sequel, Overcooked 2,...

Six off-campus food favorites

Cristina Macz, TSV Guest Writer

August 31, 2018

Filed under Focal Point

It's time to be honest: The food at Skyline can get repetitive, expensive and bland. If students find that they have time between classes there are a number of plazas and malls near campus that might be worth taking a 10-20 minute drive for. These restaurants don’t typically have a long wait on weekdays, and in some cases y...

Review: ‘Christopher Robin’ reconnects with his childhood

Simone Ledbetter, Interim Focal Point Editor

August 31, 2018

Filed under Focal Point, Reviews

“Christopher Robin” is another twist on a classic tale that really brings out the type of nostalgia that weighs on your heart. The film begins by rummaging through the stories so well known in childhood, making sure to bring back the memories of how it felt to be in those younger years. As the familiar stories come to...

Through a vendor’s eyes

Simone Ledbetter, Interim Focal Point Editor

August 31, 2018

Filed under Focal Point

Juicy strawberries, sweet orange juice, organic eggs, baked pastries and the occasional sunflowers: Farmers' market vendors load their trucks with their fresh produce so that they can sell to eager customers arriving as early as 6 a.m. Most people visit farmers' markets or have at least heard of them, but many probably haven’t cons...

“Bad Samaritan” is a warning sign

“Bad Samaritan” is a warning sign

May 19, 2018

“Bad Samaritan” gives audiences a fright for two reasons: one, fear for the well-being of the captured...

Telling real stories with Marilyn Flores

Telling real stories with Marilyn Flores

Maria Isabel Del Castillo Schmidhuber, TSV News Editor

May 18, 2018

Filed under Features, Focal Point, Online Exclusive, Profile

The end of a journey is only the beginning for Marilyn Flores, a former Skyline College student. She...

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