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Top Movies and TV Shows of 2014

Varun Narayanswamy | Dec 15 2014 | in Arts & Culture

Not only were there new movies this year, but there were also new TV shows. This year had an outburst of amazing new seasons and premieres. The Ro...

Album Review: Sonic Highways by the Foo Fighters

Mike Sparkman | Dec 10 2014 | in Arts & Culture

The Foo Fighters have been a band now for more than twenty years, releasing their fair share of decent quasi-alternative rock, along with a consis...

Why People Are Interested in Zombies

Ben Gelderloos | Nov 14 2014 | in Arts & Culture

This year, many students dressed up as the undead for Halloween and as the Walking Dead enters its 5th season, it is hard to not notice the large ...

Keller Kam

Mike Sparkman | Nov 5 2014 | in Arts & Culture

Extravaganza Art Show

Varun Narayanswamy | Nov 4 2014 | in Arts & Culture

Fairview High School is well known for it’s prestigious art programs. Choir, band, orchestra, visual arts and film: Extravaganza is a show that ex...

Colorado Haunted House Previews

Izzy Zuniga | Oct 21 2014 | in Arts & Culture

Nothing says “Halloween” more than Haunted Houses filled with monsters, paranormal activity, and terror. The Royal Banner went to 3 of Colorado’s ...

Twin Peaks Making a Comeback

Mike Sparkman | Oct 17 2014 | in Arts & Culture

If you asked your typical Colorado high school student, “What is Twin Peaks?” five years ago, chances are they would tell you about either the res...

Ztunes: U2 and iTunes

Sarah Zerwin | Oct 5 2014 | in Arts & Culture

Recently, every single iTunes user, that’s all 885 million of them, got U2’s latest album, “Songs of Innocence,” for free. According to Apple, “Th...

Books to Movies

Sage Rose | Sep 28 2014 | in Arts & Culture

From “The Hundred-Foot Journey” to “A Most Wanted Man”, the summer of 2014 housed an extensive number of book-to-movie adaptations. “The Fault in ...