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The Talent Show Marks a New Tradition of Excellence for Obama Academy

The Talent Show Marks a New Tradition of Excellence for Obama Academy

Posted on November 27, 2014
Posted in Arts/Entertainment, Top Stories

Written by TJ Jackson

Obama Drama has done it again with the recent installment from the Music and Drama Departments, the Talent Show. This grand performance took the place of the traditional Cabaret. The first Talent Show did not disappoint its viewers,... Read more »

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Review of World War Z

Posted on November 23, 2014
Posted in Arts/Entertainment, Creative Writing, Opinion and Poetry

Written by Elena Matos

These past two weeks, Obama’s book club has been reading World War Z by Max Brooks, an epic tale of what might just happen if a zombie epidemic were to break loose and ravage the globe. It shows one man’s thoughts on how things... Read more »

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The Slow Regard of Silent Things

Posted on November 13, 2014
Posted in Arts/Entertainment, Creative Writing, Opinion and Poetry

Written by Maya Lapp

There are millions upon millions of books in this world, in hundreds of different languages, each placed under a carefully organized genre. Everyone, even people who don’t enjoy reading, have a few genres they like best, but what... Read more »

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Review of "Annabelle"

Review of “Annabelle”

Posted on November 3, 2014
Posted in Arts/Entertainment

Written by Naomi Allen

Recently, I had the opportunity to see Annabelle, the highly anticipated horror film. I must admit I was quite disappointed with what I saw. Annabelle is a sequel to last year’s “horror film of the year”, The Conjuring. It is... Read more »

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Show Off Your Art!

Show Off Your Art!

Posted on October 7, 2013
Posted in Arts/Entertainment, Student News

Written by by Olivia Perfetti, Obama Eagle Senior Writer

The basement of Obama Academy isn’t the only place where students’ artwork is displayed. In fact, there are several shows and art exhibitions around Pittsburgh that will be open to anyone and everyone who wants to see some... Read more »

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Dance Moms Season 3 : more drama, more questions

Dance Moms Season 3 : more drama, more questions

Posted on December 21, 2012
Posted in Arts/Entertainment, Student News

Written by Joel Macklin, The Eagle Executive Editor

If you haven’t heard by now, you should know there is a very popular Lifetime reality show that has attracted literally millions of fans and has potential for much, much more. Its name is Dance Moms. From the outset, for the fans... Read more »

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Cabaret wows audience again. Is it the last one?

Cabaret wows audience again. Is it the last one?

Posted on November 21, 2012
Posted in Arts/Entertainment, Student News

Written by Victoria Volpe, The Eagle Staff Reporter

The 4th Annual Obama Cabaret made visitors feel instantly important upon revival. Tables were set up everywhere and with cozy lighting, which set the mood. A maitre’d came over and seated us at a table, and we were greeted by a waitress,... Read more »

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Movie Review: Pitch Perfect

Movie Review: Pitch Perfect

Posted on October 6, 2012
Posted in Arts/Entertainment, Student News

Written by Sidony Ridge, The Eagle Staff Writer

“…Fantastic movie…fall in love with all the characters,” says Sarah Parker, who also saw the movie.  “My mom started a twitter account just to follow the movie!”  For anyone who has a music fetish, you’re going... Read more »

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Review: Hunger Games a huge winner

Review: Hunger Games a huge winner

Posted on April 10, 2012
Posted in Arts/Entertainment, Student News

Written by Ivy Ryan, The Eagle Staff Reporter

Have you seen The Hunger Games yet? Have you read the books? If not, you better get right on it, because it’s all anyone has been talking about, and will be for a while! It premiered on March 23rd, and hit the box office at 115... Read more »

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Joel Macklin: Red Tails is exceptional

Joel Macklin: Red Tails is exceptional

Posted on January 24, 2012
Posted in Arts/Entertainment

Written by Joel Macklin, The Eagle editor

Red Tails is an exceptionally powerful movie about events that impacted the famed Tuskegee airmen. The Tuskegee Airmen were the small group of African American aviators that served in the armed services during World War 2. They were... Read more »

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