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Still from North Hollywood (2021). Image Courtesy of Illegal Civ

North Hollywood is worth the hype

Joel Warren, Ranger Review Reporter May 4, 2021

After years of anticipation, North Hollywood (2021, Not Rated) is finally here. To those who don't know, this is the directorial debut of Mikey Alfred, founder of Illegal Civilization, a skate group calling...

Still From Sophie Jones (2021)

Sophie Jones is a heartbreaking achievement in filmmaking

Joel Warren, Ranger Review Reporter April 8, 2021

Sophie Jones (2021, Not Rated) is the feature-length directorial debut of Jessie Barr. Following the death of her mother, the film follows the titular character Sophie, played by Jessica Barr, in a quest...

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The Who’s release new album: Who

March 13, 2020

The Who, contending with ZZTop and the Rolling Stones for being one of the longest lasting rock bands, has just released a new album. The Who has been together for 56 years, with multiple members. It has...

The movie Knives Out came out on November 27th and starred Chris Evans, Daniel Craig as well as many other celebrities.

Knives Out crushed the box office and my heart

Lily Ragsdale, Ranger Review Reporter March 13, 2020

  The drama/thriller, Knives Out definitely fulfills its rating on rotten tomatoes which is 97%.  The actors portrayed their characters very well and pleased the audience with a lengthy and compelling...

Pictured is the classic breve which is a lot like a cappuccino from Starbucks.

Dutch Bros is overrated despite the hype

Quinn Ferguson, Ranger Review Reporter March 9, 2020

Dutch Bros. Coffee is a chain coffee and drink shop first established in Grants Pass, Oregon on February 12, 1992. The mainly drive-through shop has everything from mochas to energy drinks. The selection...

Frankly In Love addresses racism

Frankly In Love addresses racism

Laura Bird and Riley Smith March 5, 2020

Frankly in Love is a book written by David Yoon., with a little over 400 pages.The book was just put into the Lewis Palmer High School Library, and the book itself was published September 10, 2019. The...

Pictured is the sesame chicken entree which includes jasmine rice, and a choice of salad.

New Thai food restaurant opens in Colorado Springs

Holly Esposito, Team Leader March 3, 2020

Mangosteen Thai Street Food is a new restaurant located in Colorado Springs off of Spectrum Loop, next to Chick-Fil-A. The restaurant opened in September 2019. They offer many authentic Thai food options...

Neil plays at a concert while wearing a pro-environment shirt.

Neil Young releases new album

Joseph Brandon, Ranger Review Reporter November 1, 2019

Neil Young and Crazy Horse have taken the charts once again with the release of “Colorado”; Young and Crazy Horses’ first album together since 2012. There is also a corresponding documentary that...

Pictured is the calzone from Pies and Grinders with mozzarella, parmesan, and ricotta cheese.

Pies and Grinders replaces Borriello Brothers

Holly Esposito, Ranger Review Reporter April 19, 2019

Pies and Grinders is a new chain restaurant that opened on January 7, 2019 in Monument, Colorado. There is also a Pies and Grinders located in Black Forest, Colorado. The restaurant is located where...

Cam the Ram, the CSU mascot is taking pictures with future CSU students. The list of “things to do before graduating from CSU” has taking a picture with Cam as number one. Photo Credits: Creative Commons.

CSU is the choice for you

Clay Saunders, Ranger Review Reporter April 19, 2019

Colorado State University, Fort Collins, was the first university founded in the state of Colorado. Founded in 1870, CSU has been a go to college for colorado natives, but also has shown popularity with...

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