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The album cover of J.Coles album Might Delete Later where the song 7 Minute Drill is featured.
J. Cole Apologizes After Dissing Kendrick Lamar in 7 Minute Drill
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Devils Canyon, San Bernardino California. Many hikers who like more challenging terrain hike through the canyon.
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Ruby Franke and her family.
Ruby Franke Convicted with 4 Counts of Aggravated Child Abuse
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Ruby Franke, a mother of 6, and a family blogger, was convicted with 4 counts of aggravated child abuse in December of 2023. Franke's therapist,...

Lisa Frankenstein is Out!

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Natalie Garcia
Still of the opening title of the new Lisa Frankenstein.

A new coming of age movie filled with 80’s romance that is PG-13 is in theaters right now as we speak. I haven’t seen this movie, but it looks really interesting to me. Some of my thoughts of the trailer are that there are many unique outfits and characters in the scenes and it is doing a good job at selling it to the teen audience.

The reason this movie is so popular is because it has many important themes that can still be relevant today and an exciting soundtrack, including the music that plays in the trailer. In the trailer, we see a zombie-like character, portrayed by Cole Sprouse, that seems to rise from the dead by a rebel-like teenage girl played by Kathryn Newton. We can tell the characters are going to have intriguing lore, because in some scenes of the trailer she talks about her relationship with her deceased mother and how her life was in the past, insinuating this will be a main plot point throughout the film.

Many of the students at Don Lugo have heard about or seen this movie in theaters or on their phones. Some students say this movie is very interesting, has a unique plot, and is well worth the watch. In summary, the trailer highlights the charming and darkly humorous aspects of the film, so if you enjoy horror movies or like coming of age movies you may want to watch Lisa Frankenstein in theaters while you still can!

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Max Gudino
Max Gudino, Review Writer
Max Gudino is part of Quest News for the first time this year and reviews music weekly. For his music reviews, he wants to do all kinds of music including post-punk, rock, goth, etc. He comes from Long Beach where he was born and raised until about five years old moved to Chino and spent most of his childhood there. On the side, he likes to draw and do all kinds of art because he wants to try to get into art school…Even Though it's very expensive and could be hard to get in. In his life, Max had all kinds of animals, cats, bunnies, or lizards. You name it! But for the most part, he hopes that you will all like the reviews he does!
Natalie Garcia
Natalie Garcia, Broadcast Editor-In-Chief
Natalie Garcia is the 2023-2024 Editor-in-Chief of the Quest News broadcast team. She is a senior at Don Lugo High School and this will be her second year in the program. Last year she was Social Media Manager and updated the Quest News socials weekly keeping our readers updated. She mainly focused on podcasts and social media but she's hoping to expand the broadcast section into videos this year. She hopes to bring more attention to the Quest News program and compete at the national JEA convention.

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