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A graphic displaying the 2021 Golden Globe nominees for best actresses. Out of the 20 slots, the only two women of color nominated are Viola Davis and Andra Day.

The Golden Globe nominations lack diversity and disappoint communities everywhere

By Olivia Yasharoff, Arts Editor February 25, 2021

And once again, the winner is… white, neurotypical and straight. With the release of the 2021 Golden Globe Awards nominations, entertainment fans were left frustrated by the overwhelmingly white nominees...

Books like The Midnight Library by Matt Haig can be read on Kindle or paperback. The unique plot will surely make time pass quickly.

The best books to read during quarantine boredom

By Emily Zhang, Features Editor February 24, 2021

Bored in quarantine? Sit back and enjoy being transported into another world. Here is a list of four books from a variety of genres perfect for some quarantine binging.  “The Midnight Library”-...

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“To All the Boys: Always and Forever” stays true to romantic-comedy cliches

By Maya Bhattiprolu, Online Editor February 24, 2021

The “To All the Boys” franchise comes to a bittersweet conclusion in the third installment  “To All the Boys: Always and Forever,” a heartfelt movie that hinges on being excessively sentimental...

HBO Max offers a wide variety of new movies, and often cycles through them every two to three weeks. Fortunately for subscribers, there are multiple award winning movies offered at any time.

New streaming services offer viewers ways to watch their favorite programs

By Ryan Weiner, Assistant News Editor February 23, 2021

When COVID-19 forced people across the nation to stay indoors, many industries lost customers and more importantly, revenue. However, the media industry, more specifically network television, received...

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Diversity in ABC’s “The Bachelor” has increased but still has a long way to go

By Rachel Mattison, Assistant Advertising & Subscriptions Manager February 22, 2021

43 leads, 41 seasons, 18 years, two formats and one franchise that millions love. The Bachelor franchise, composed of the shows “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette,” has amassed millions of fans...

Zendaya stars in new Netflix Original,

Netflix’s “Malcom & Marie” is a mediocre and boring watch

By Charley Hutton, Advertisements and Subscriptions Manager February 21, 2021

In the midst of Valentine’s Day season, it is hard to find a film that satisfies the need for visual romance. Netflix original, “Malcom & Marie” definitely doesn’t satisfy that need. The black...

The perfect valentine for your signficant other is flowers and these Hershey Kisses Roses: Milk Chocolate Meltaway. The chocolates mimic the appearance of a rose and have a delish creamy taste that will get you in the spirit for Valentine's Day.

Have a sweet Valentine’s Day with these delicious treats

By Ava Freeman, Online Editor-in-Chief February 14, 2021

Valentine’s Day is known for many different things: cupid, roses, hearts and of course, love to name a few. But aside from these classic symbols, one of the best parts of this romantic holiday is that...

Celebrate the season of love with the Observer's own Spotify playlist. With songs selected by each staff member, this is the perfect for any member of the WCHS community to celebrate Valentine's Day.

Enjoy Valentine’s Day with the Observer staff’s favorite love songs

By Trevor Gardemal, Social Media Manager February 14, 2021

Valentine’s Day is the time of love. Whether you’re in love, practice self-love, or just love candy this time of year is surrounded by it. And what better way to experience and express love than through...

The best rom-coms to watch during the Valentine’s Day season

By Ela Jalil, News Editor February 14, 2021

Valentine’s Day can be a touchy subject for those that don’t have a special someone to celebrate the holiday with. However, a good romantic comedy can get you to laugh, cry, and believe that true love...

Pictured above, the design of the Great Beyond was one of the most intriguing parts of the film. The contrast it has to the setting of Earth gives it a surreal picture that was very different from the portrayal of the afterlife in other movies.

Pixar dives into unexplored territory with “Soul”

By Ryan Weiner, Assistant News Editor February 9, 2021

When companies part from what they are known for, the result is almost never pretty. There is the Amazon Fire Phone, Mobile ESPN (a phone, not the app), the Keurig KOLD, the list goes on. This is no different...

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DC Comics takes another step backward with “Wonder Woman 1984″

By Jasper Bernstein, Observations Editor February 7, 2021

It’s always hard when companies spend hundreds of millions of dollars on the production of a subpar movie. With “Wonder Woman 1984,” DC Films wasted a huge opportunity to create a trendsetting movie...

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WCHS virtual “Clue” production creatively reinvents theater in quarantine

By Olivia Yasharoff, Arts Editor January 25, 2021

Figuring out how to put on a play during a pandemic was a mystery, but the WCHS Theater Department solved it in an original and innovative way. The prerecorded play entitled, “Clue: Stay-At-Home Version,”...

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