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Artist Profile: Antonio Morales

Selena Sandoval, Staff Reporter
May 16, 2013
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There are many talented artists here at Benito Juarez, one of whom received a full ride to The Art Institute of Chicago for the 2013-2014 academic school year. Senior, Antonio Morales has participated in the program Gallery 37 for two years. The program is geared toward artists and focuses on blo...

Sparkly Aliens?

Sparkly Aliens?

Rocio Zavala, Editor
April 7, 2013
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The majority of the human race has been overtaken by an alien race who take over human bodies, in Stephanie Meyer's new book turned blockbuster, "The Host". As is Meyer's typical fashion, these aliens aren't gruesome creatures, rather regular human being look-a-likes with colored eyes. Melanie, played...

Amelia Takes Flight at Benito Juarez

Amelia Takes Flight at Benito Juarez

Irais Amaro, staff Reporter
March 11, 2013
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On Friday March 1st and Saturday March 2nd students from Roosevelt University came to Benito Juarez to perform the opera, Amelia.   That night magic happened on and under the stage at Benito Juarez. Performers sang and acted while the Roosevelt orchestra was in the pit performing live during the oper...

Cruzar la Cara de la Luna

Cruzar la Cara de la Luna

March 5, 2013
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Cruzar la Cara de la Luna, the world's first mariachi opera, will be performed at Benito Juarez by The Lyric Opera and Mariachi Aztlan three times in April. It's the story of a bicultural family who must travel physically and and spiritually between Mexico and the United States. It will sung in Spanish,...

We Do the Harlem Shake

We Do the Harlem Shake

Itzel Dimas, Line Producer
February 18, 2013
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Parade Kicks off Chicago’s Holiday Season

December 16, 2012
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Chicago Mascots!  Every year, thousands of people are excited to attend one of Chicago's most popular parades. The Magnificent Mile Light Parade  took place on November 17 at 6:00 in the evening and marks the start of the holiday season in Chicago.  The cold weather did not stop hundreds of people, young and old, from attending. It ...

Dancers Create Their Own Dreams

Dancers Create Their Own Dreams

Maria Rodriguez, Staff Reporter
December 10, 2012
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Practice, effort, dedication but most importantly love and passion is what makes a person talented. There’s been talent going on for years already in Chicago: and dancing Quebradita is one.   Quebradita is a dance style that after 2001 has been evolving and up until the year of 2012 i...

A Notebook Story

A Notebook Story

Joselyn Luna, Staff Artist
November 30, 2012
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Forgotten Pilsen Walls Become An Attraction

Forgotten Pilsen Walls Become An Attraction

Lezli Perez, Section Editor
November 16, 2012
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The combination of street art and old, run-down walls are a definite sight to see. It is hard to imagine a plain and simple place, with no color. At least while you walk along the streets of Pilsen it is. Try to imagine that, I dare you. Before "Art In Public Places" there existed empty walls in Pilsen that were practicall...

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