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The Lookout | April 18, 2021

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Arts & Entertainment

Review: ‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’

March 23, 2021 |

Three out of Five Stars

By Julie NewellAssociate Editor

The DC film “Justice League” was released in 2017 and was a big flop in the box office. It caused Warner Bros. to rethink the future of DC films.

On … Read More

Review: ‘Driveways’ is genuinely moving

March 23, 2021 |

Five Stars out of Five

By Joanna MacGown Freelance Writer

“Driveways” is a film that excels at painting its Asian-American protagonists first and foremost as people, but secondarily just as Americans.

The 2019 film is currently available on Kanopy, a … Read More

‘Superstore’ site of wacky happenings

March 16, 2021 |

Five Stars out of Five By Chloe GreggStaff Writer

“Superstore” is a new-to-me 2015 NBC show that is currently in its penultimate season. Although the show has a wide variety of characters and storylines, the main characters are Amy Sosa … Read More

Sign up for Women’s Lit Read-In

March 11, 2021 |

By Chloe GreggStaff Writer

For Women’s History Month this year, LCC’s annual Women’s Literature Read-In will be held Wednesday, March 31 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event will be virtual this year, and information on how to attend … Read More

Customers returning to NCG Cinemas

March 10, 2021 |

By Maddy WarrenEditor In Chief

The COVID-19 pandemic forced businesses to operate at a decreased capacity and even shut down for a period of time. Movie theaters are among the businesses that have been affected.

Theaters were forced to … Read More

Movie Review: ‘Moxie’ addresses sexism

March 9, 2021 |

Five out of Five Stars

By Julie NewellAssociate Editor

With March being Women’s History Month, it seems only fitting to release a movie about feminism. On March 3, the new Netflix original movie “Moxie” was released.

The movie takes … Read More

Student seeks career teaching music

March 5, 2021 |

By Chloe Gregg Staff Writer

For thousands of years, music has been used for entertainment and expression. Music is everywhere; from band class to the car radio to even phones now.

Everywhere you look, music is there, healing someone’s mind, … Read More

LCC’s Davis a Food Network star

March 3, 2021 |

By Chloe GreggStaff Writer

During the day, Jeremy Davis manages all of the faculty in the Business and Economics Department at LCC, and helps with scheduling and supervising. He has done this for over two years.

Once the work day … Read More

Movie review: Holiday bio educates

March 2, 2021 |

Four out of Five Stars

By Maddy WarrenEditor In Chief

When talking about popular streaming services Netflix is often brought up first. And no one is denying that it is one of, if not the best, television streaming services out … Read More

Students discuss spring break plans

March 2, 2021 |

By Julie NewellAssociate Editor

The much-anticipated spring break is on the horizon for LCC students. It begins the week of March 9.

Around this time last year the world was just beginning to shut down due to COVID-19. Today, … Read More