By Nicole Withers As I strolled out of the movie theater, I thought to myself, “Where have all the good movies gone?” Yet another waste of almost $10 has left me disappointed and broke. I have just gone to see the new movie The Messengers….
Arts & Entertainment
In a city such as St. Augustine, you may find yourself wondering what exactly to do with your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day. On a big day like Feb. 14, you are perhaps already stressed out enough, deciding who to take out, what to wear and what kind of gift to get your significant other.
There’s no reason to have added concern about finding something to do. So here is your insider tip on where to go and what to do this Valentine’s Day. First off, the biggest and most talked about restaurant is CafÃ© 11, located on St. Augustine Beach across from the Castillo Royale.
By Ashley Emert
If there were a movie zodiac in the same style of the Chinese zodiac, then 2007 would have to be the year of the sequel. Beginning in March with the release of The Hills Have Eyes 2, a number of sequels are going to be released in theaters over the next several months.
While there are some sequels coming out this year that might make one wonder, “Wasn’t the first one enough?” (namely Alien vs. Predator 2, slated for release in August), there are also some long-awaited films making their return. Among these are the third (and, presumably, final) installments of the Spider-Man, Pirates of the Caribbean and Shrek series (all set for release in May). The fifth Harry Potter movie, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, will be released in July.
Flagler College Spring Writer-in-residence, Janice Daugharty, is known for her Southern-style storytelling that brings to life memorable feisty, independent female characters from Daugharty’s native South Georgia. Her latest novel, Just Doll, part of the Staten Bay Trilogy, introduces Doll Baxter, a woman whose strong personality many readers will aspire to.
Club has something for everyone
By Katie Shrum
Imagine a club where ’80s punk rock meets Panic! at the Disco, a place where no matter where you are from, or what clique you run with, you will find a group to mingle with. Are you intrigued yet? If so then you should check out The Pearl. Located in the heart of Downtown Jacksonville, at First and Main, it has become a weekly haven for many Flagler students.
By Ashley Emert Fall Out Boy, 50 Cent and Guns ‘N Roses: these are just a few of the music acts with albums scheduled for release in 2007. The beginning of the year will start off with CDs from such diverse performers as Yoko Ono,…
By Veronica Holt While some students are watching celebrities parade down the red carpet at Cannes, wishing they could be taking in the flashing lights and different films, a few of Flagler’s own will be there in real life. Students Max Spangler, Amy Kingsnorth, Paisley…
From Staff During the First Friday Art Walk in February, Flagler’s Legacy is allowing students to display and sell their artwork in the area behind the store.
From Staff Flagler’s Legacy is accepting entries for a T-shirt design to be sold in the retail shops. Entries from students, faculty, staff and alumni can be submitted Feb. 1 to 28.
Many fine art, design majors struggle to balance courseload with personal life
By Alicia Nierenstein
For junior Alisa Castagna, her workload as a fine arts major consumes most of her time.
“Anything I see can turn into an idea or can be used for something else,” she said. “A single painting can take four to 10 hours to complete.”
Students majoring in art have their work cut out for them when they enter the program, but design instructor Donald Martin says it’s not too much to handle.