High Tide

The feline film is a flop

Grace McGonigle, Editor-in-Chief

January 30, 2020

The time I spent watching Cats is one hour and 49 minutes of my life I will never get back. Cats, which premiered on Dec. 20, had all the right ingredients for success.  The inspiring musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber is the fourth longest-running show in Broadway history. With an all-star cast ...

Doing the Mosa

David Delatorre, Staff Writer

January 30, 2020

Welcome to the neighborhood beach-cottage style eatery located on the corner of 2nd Street and Hermosa Ave. Just steps from the strand, south of the pier, and away from the busy cluster of cafes, shops, and businesses that crowd the end of Pier Avenue is Mosa Coastal. Mosa presents seafood w...

A Failed Comeback

Nadia Bidarian, Features Editor

January 30, 2020

In a trailer for his new documentary series “Justin Bieber: Seasons,” Justin Bieber spoke fondly of his upcoming studio album, saying, “I can never remake this album. It’s got to be perfect.” But the release of the album’s lead single “Yummy” leaves him off to a rocky start.  “Y...

A final goodbye

Ben Yepez, Arts & Entertainment Editor

January 30, 2020

Over a year since his passing, Mac Miller has released his posthumous album, Circles. The album gives old fans and new listeners alike a chance to hear Mac Miller’s music one last time. Released on January seventeenth, the project is 48 minutes long and spans twelve songs. “Good News,” released...

Take me to church

Ansel Reyes, Staff Writer

January 30, 2020

Chicago rapper Kanye West took strides in the direction of christian music through the release of Jesus is King in October of 2019, and his latest christian album Jesus is Born is a gospel record with insane highs and disappointing lows. The start of this album is incredibly weak. The opening track “Count You...

RUHS production of Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” falls nothing short of phenomenal

Allie D'Amato, Staff Writer

December 18, 2019

The drama department recently wrapped up their winter production of “The Crucible”. All four shows had packed crowds to watch the timely piece come to life. Overall, the play was truly phenomenal; the set designs and costumes helped take people back to a historical era, and the performers impecca...

Trader Joe’s gets in the spirit

Haven Beches, Staff Writer

November 12, 2019

Every October, Trader Joe’s stores stock their shelves with about every fall, apple, maple and pumpkin-spiced snack imaginable. With so many sweet and savory options to choose from, it makes walking into one of these stores exciting, but also overwhelming. The challenge to choose which products to buy...

Jesus is King by Kanye is #1

Mia Schrift, Staff Writer

November 12, 2019

Kanye West followers may be feeling left at the altar with his newest album’s last-minute change in release date, shorter length, and overall change in theme. The highly anticipated “JESUS IS KING” album by Kanye West was originally planned to be released on September 27, but a tweet from West left ...

Worth the wait

Dani Kabboul, Staff Writer

November 12, 2019

After many fans’ anticipation, Rex Orange County released his third album, the much awaited Pony. Alex O'Connor's straight-forward and honest lyrics encourage listeners to accept growing up and let go of the past, but to remember their youth as a part of them.   Taking listeners on a journey, the s...

Long awaited

Harper Lee Jones, Staff Writer

November 12, 2019

Formulated two decades ago, Gemini Man finally managed to move through its development to be shown on the big screens this year. The final product has recently made the news for its many negative reviews, reviewers such as nypost calling it “an often-draggy, muddled misfire.” However, after seeing...

The Bangtan Boys are back

The Bangtan Boys are back

Sarah Falahawazi, Staff Writer

October 18, 2018

Through their remarkable vocals, poetic lyrics and boyish good looks, boy band Bulletproof Boy Scouts (BTS) has spread the Korean Pop craze to the rest of the world through their groundbreaking album, "Love Yourself: Answer." Debuting at number one on the US Billboard 200 with “Love Yourse...

Rice Things is a hidden treat

Sara Falahahwazi, Staff Writer

September 27, 2018

A Japanese dining festival lies in the last place you would expect: on the edge of an unremarkable shopping plaza, right next to a quaint nail salon. With its casual atmosphere and affordable food options, Rice Things is bringing more than just rice to Redondo Beach. The low prices and easily missed exterior of...