How I Met Your Mother: Review

How I Met Your Mother: Review

Jenna Leon, Harbinger - Staff
February 19, 2015 •
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Harbinger: Online @ Redline

For those who love binge watching television shows on Netflix, the next one on the list should be How I Met Your Mother. The incredible nine seasons of the CBS sitcom, How I Met Your Mother will not disappoint. The winner of many Emmy Awards as well as People’s Choice awards, How I Met Your Mother... Read more »

Open Mic Night at Young@Art – Wed. February 18th

Open Mic Night at Young@Art – Wed. February 18th

February 18, 2015 •
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Watch this video to see why you should attend Wednesday's Open Mic Night at Young@Art.

Louis Zamperini’s Story

Louis Zamperini’s Story

Kaitlin Maloney, Editor in Chief
January 13, 2015 •
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies

Louis Zamperini’s story is at its heart, a deeply patriotic, moving tale about the journey of a troubled young Italian immigrant who uses his own running skills and perseverance to make something of himself. Unbroken is the World War II tale of an American whose desire to live is tested... Read more »

The Movie “Ouija,” Reviewed

Isaiah Nieves, Blockbuster Reviewer
October 28, 2014 •
Filed under Arts & Entertainment

For the past decade or so, horror movies have gone through a bit of a slump. Of course there have been exceptions to this that can easily come to mind from last year, which were Oculus, The Conjuring and the year before, Sinister. However, when your movie is rated PG-13 and is a horror movie then... Read more »

Experiencing Honest Music

Experiencing Honest Music

December 5, 2013 •
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

After my conversation with Ms. Staves about the Jimi Hendrix picture on my chromebook, and all the older artists we both like, it got me wondering, “who still listens to this stuff?”  I then went through my ipod and looked through all the artists I listen to like the Allman Brothers,... Read more »

The 20/20 Experience World Tour

The 20/20 Experience World Tour

Valeria Popolizio
December 5, 2013 •
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

When people look back on the 2013 VMA performances, the first thing that comes to mind is Miley Cyrus' provocative escapade, but next on the list is Justin Timberlake's jaw-dropping, heart-pounding performance. He sang for 10 minutes, and still gave a spectacular show; even surprising viewers... Read more »

Insidious Chapter 2

Insidious Chapter 2

Meredith Gauruder
October 9, 2013 •
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Movies

Insidious, a movie directed by James Wan, included a boy who can leave his body in his sleep and is almost completely overtaken by a demon was released in 2010. His father, who learns he is also able to leave his body, has to go into a place called The Further in order to save his son. Worldwide,... Read more »

Book About Bullying Includes MHS Contribution

Book About Bullying Includes MHS Contribution

September 22, 2013 •
Filed under Books, News

She is junior class president, editor-in-chief of The Harbinger, and now ... a published author.Kaitlin Maloney learned recently that a story she wrote about witnessing an act of bullying is being included in a book that is being published by HCI (Health Communications, Inc.), which is best... Read more »

Adult Takeover

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The Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, Saved by the Bell, 10 Things I Hate About You, Mean Girls

Is the evolution of teen films and television since the 1980's good or bad?

Our Rating: Bring Back the Teen Stuff!

Jac Frost, Director of Arts and Entertainment
May 17, 2013 •
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, TV

The 80’s, 90’s and early 2000’s played host to some of the most iconic and quote-worthy teen films and TV shows adored by the millennial generation. “When you grow up your heart dies,” (The Breakfast Club). “On Wednesdays, we wear pink!” (Mean Girls). “You’re asking... Read more »

I Didn’t Know There Were Aliens in Twilight: A Movie Review

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The Host

See a new Twilight with better actors!

Our Rating: B-

Jac Frost, Director of Arts & Entertainment
May 14, 2013 •
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies

Everybody is absolutely sick of sparkling vampires played by dead wizards (if you don’t understand the reference, read a book). The jokes have been overplayed, the ideas overdone, and too many people have hooked onto the ex-fad that is now becoming... Read more »