Post Malone album review

Post Malone just recently released his newest album on September 6th named Hollywood’s Bleeding. Post Malone released the smash hit album Beerbongs & Bentleys in April of 2018, which fans couldn’t get enough of. In my opinion, Beerbongs & Bentleys was a great example of the true talents Malone can bring to the table. After being nominated for a Grammy this past year, Hollywood’s Bleeding was eagerly anticipated by his fans across the globe. Malone releases music that comes directly from his feelings and deep emotions. Kanye West was a featured writer on the album. Other musicians such as, Ozzy Osborne, Travis Scott and Young Thug are featured. In the albums Editor Notes on Apple Music, Malon

New Local TV Show: Bubbie's Kitchen

On September 9th, 2019 a new local show debuted: Bubbie’s Kitchen. The show is a recent addition to the online section of Detroit Jewish News. The Detroit Jewish strives to produce quality and entertaining content on the local Jewish community. And Bubbie’s Kitchen is the ideal show for Elders in the local community to showcase their brilliant recipes. The first episode featured Franklin resident Valerie Indenbaum. Valerie has been cooking since the age of five. It is always been a passion of hers and she finds that passing on her incredible concoctions is extremely rewarding. When she was asked to join the show she knew it would be perfect for her. “Upon receiving that call, I was ecstatic.

Seniors shutout juniors in Powderpuff game that raises funds for Detroit Dog Rescue

Photo by Caden Meyers Junior Grace Hupp chases Senior Mia Yarberry down the line of scrimmage for the sack on September 25, 2019, during the fifth annual powder puff game. Senior Grace Silcox was one of those able to play and one of the leading scorers. Silcox made a 30-yard run in the first half of the game. Silcox also used the fakes she learned during practice and through Wickersham’s coaching to help the team win. Five-year losing streak in Powderpuff. Coach Geoff Wickersham and this team was determined to reverse that. After losing as juniors to the senior team the previous year, the senior powderpuff team and powderpuff organizer Wickersham had their eyes on the prize, defeating the j

Seniors win Toga Day for first time in three years as part of goal to win the bucket

For three years seniors failed to win their Toga Day during Spirit Week. Until this year. This year seniors won Toga day with 72.3% participation, blowing out the other grades. Groves Student Congress (GSC) decided to call Toga Day, “Mamma Mia” Day this year because the setting, Greece, for Mamma Mia, fits the theme and is this year’s musical. Senior GSC leader Kaitlyn Ziegele feels this inspired more students to participate in Toga Day. “We on GSC decided it to call it ‘Mamma Mia day’ because the musical is set in Greece. Supporting the musical and Toga Day is an obvious win for both,” Ziegele said. GSC seniors collaborated an early morning setup session to ensure that nearly all senio

Swimmers tread land: Color Run 2019

Photo by Caden Meyers Sophomore Jake Reiner charges through a cloud of blue chalk at the color run on September 24, 2019. "With each lap you could feel the calk dust settling on your clothes, the dusty flavor of the clouds infiltrating your mouth with each breath," Reiner said. Photo by Caden Meyers Sophomores swimmers Gabi Saenz, Ellie Deighan, and Marie Morris finish their lap around the field at the Color Run on September 24. Photo by Caden Meyers Sophomore swimmer Margaret runs through a cloud of blue at the Color Run on September 24. From water to land, the swim team dashed through the color run this year on October 8. This colorful break served as a day off from daily practic

Groves students stay in for global walk out

Photos by Philip Bradbury and Charlise Keck Groves alumni Colton Tinsely holds a protest sign on March 14, 2018 in support of the March for Our Lives movement with the supervision of the school and excused absences. Students met on the football field, carrying signs and speaking out about how lack of gun control affected their lives. During today’s Global Climate Strike, September 20, Groves students remained in school, deciding not to support the movement because the administration was not excusing absences. Groves’ students did not participate in the Global Climate strike today, September 20. A movement initiated by Swedish high school student, Greta Thunberg, quickly grew in scale, with

Lost family

John was just the nice 18-year-old who lived in the basement in his own bedroom, always smiling. John came to our family from a foster home of five. He had to leave because of numerous fights in the family and the invasion of his privacy when his foster parents installed cameras where he slept. My parents learned about his plight from our church, Brightmoore Christian, and decided he would live with us. From the moment I saw John, I knew he was family. It's amazing how one person has the power to change your whole life. That person for me was John, the foster kid, who became my older brother. John was a surprise. My parents never told me that he would come to live with us. One summer afterno

Melanie Martinez K-12 album review

After four years of zero new songs or albums, Melanie Martinez has finally returned to the spotlight. Martinez's previous album Crybaby was amazing because her songs talk about controversial topics without shoving her polemic down our throats. For Martinez, making music is not about the “fire” beat or the “crazy good” rap verse. It’s about getting an important message out to her listeners in a creative way. One of the more popular songs from the new K-12 album, "Wheels on the Bus", sends listeners this message: "We see the damage we’re doing to our planet and our children, but we’re not going to do anything about it” In the first minute of "Wheels on the Bus", Martinez sings “I know the driv

Falcons football defeats number one team in the state

Photos by Caden Meyers Junior Jack Woods (#12) and senior Ralph Donaldson (#2) celebrate one of Groves' dominating fumble recoveries. Groves' ability to stop West Bloomfield's offense and capitalize on their mistakes was a major part in their ultimate win. 17-17. All tied up against West Bloomfield, the number one team in the state. Two minutes later: 24-17. Groves win. After losing to West Bloomfield two years straight, the Falcons wanted revenge. “We worked really hard in preparing for this team, especially after losing to them last year. It was an indescribable feeling to not only score the winning touchdown but to beat the number one team in the state. It was a great feeling, one I will

Falcons football upsets number one team in the state

Photos by Caden Myers Junior Jack Woods (#12) and senior Ralph Donaldson (#2) celebrate one of Groves' dominating fumble recoveries. Groves' ability to stop West Bloomfield's offense and capitalize on their mistakes was a major part in their ultimate win. 17-17. All tied up against the number one team in the state, West Bloomfield. Two minutes later: 24-17. Groves win. After losing to West Bloomfield two years straight, the Falcons wanted revenge on the favored and number one team in the state. “We worked really hard in preparing for this team, especially after losing to them last year. It was an indescribable feeling to not only score the winning touchdown but to beat the number one team in

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