Category Archives: Entertainment

Long strives for greatness as one of wrestling program’s first females

By Grace Summers and Selena Lanham Every day the wrestlers walk in to see the following words painted on the walls of the wrestling room: “You walk into this room only a boy… with hard work and dedication, you WILL

Drama department makes final preparations for ‘Chicago’

By Emma Kielion and Ben Barranco The Chicago musical put on by BHS students and directed by Dominic Cattero was performed in the BFAC on Nov. 7-10.   The Spectator sat down with Mr. Cattero and asked him a series

Different Holidays Celebrated in Batavia

By Marissa Mirallegro and Ella Helfer From driving around and seeing the bright Christmas lights on houses to lighting a candle every Sunday until Christmas, no matter what the ritual, everyone knows the holidays are just around the corner. Although

Opinion: Pewdiepie vs. T-Series

By Ethan Klemp and Isabella Mikula In a rather recent event, there has been talk of who will earn more subscribers overall. Even though it’s been predicted that T-Series will be the No. 1 channel on YouTube, Pewdiepie will still

REVIEW: Is ‘Robin Hood’ worth the gold?

By Caroline Hager When remaking a  folktale that many adore, at least make it bigger and better than the last. Robin Hood, a movie with a good storyline, does not live up to high expectations due to poor execution of

REVIEW: Grey’s Anatomy season 15

By Renee Forsyth Grey’s Anatomy has entertained audiences with 15 seasons and has presented 325 episodes and counting. On Sept. 25, the series released its 15th season. After numerous cliffhangers at the end of season 14, the new season has

LM5: A confident, fierce album

By Marissa Mirallegro Power is something everybody should have to get their message across and Little Mix does just that in their new album, LM5. Everybody who hears this new album will be feeling confident as ever once they are

REVIEW: Newest ‘Halloween’ revival is clever, thought out

By Ben Barranco After 40 years, the original face of horror and the acclaimed “Scream Queen” came back for another surprise scare. Halloween is undoubtedly one of the best films in the franchise and one of the best horror movies

Hot Pan: good but not great

By Grace Summers Looking for some dan dan noodles, dumplings, or pan fried vegetables? Hot Pan provides authentic Chinese food right in downtown Batavia. While being in a small town like Batavia, Hot Pan adequately suites our quaint town. Hot

Album for ‘A Star is Born’ is diverse, touching

By Marissa Mirallegro In lives, people look for things that will touch their hearts and the soundtrack for A Star Is Born does just that. The A Star Is Born soundtrack has definitely made its mark on music forever with