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The Student News Site of Shorewood High School

Shorewood Ripples

The Student News Site of Shorewood High School

Shorewood Ripples

Lana Del Ray’s new release: let’s talk about it

Ben Weisse, Claudia Talarczyk April 25, 2023

Just this March, Lana Del Rey graced us with her new album Did you know that there's a tunnel under Ocean Blvd. Her ninth studio album is just two years out from her last, Blue Banisters. The album is...

SHS members share their vivid dreams

Aud Jenkins March 20, 2023

We may think we know the people around us – our friends, peers, teachers, colleagues – well, but could looking at their dreams tell a different story? And are our adventures under the moon symbolic,...

Dijon’s storytelling shines in “Absolutely”

Sam Diliberti February 21, 2023

Dijon’s sound has always been difficult to pin down, as he regularly switches up his style and collaborates with an unusually wide range of artists. But, in his exciting 2021 project Absolutely, Dijon...

courtesy Polydor Records

Lana Del Rey drops a surprise

Ben Weisse and Claudia Talarczyk February 20, 2023

Tune in to Lana’s “Did you know that there’s a tunnel under ocean blvd” Now that you know there’s a tunnel under Ocean Boulevard, let's jump right in. Early last December, Grammy-nominated singer...

courtesy Merge

Restaurant review: Korean fusion is revolutionary at Merge

Max Schmaling and Emmett Joslyn February 19, 2023

Max's take Located on the east side of Milwaukee, Merge offers a variety of Korean fusion dishes.  In late 2018, Merge opened as Milwaukee's first Korean fried chicken bar, offering a variety of...

courtesy IMDb

Harry and Meghan, is it worth the watch?

Masha Malinkine and Sophie Hanna February 19, 2023

As the new Netflix series Harry and Meghan finished airing, it’s clear that the couple intended for us to perceive the documentary as an unlikely love story. It is understandable that they wanted to...

courtesy New York Times

Book nook: Women Talking

Sophia Levitas-Goren February 19, 2023

In the 19th century, a woman speaking her mind would be brushed off as hysteria. Speaking in opposition to a man; insanity. The term “hysterical woman” is centuries old, and is still used to this day. Women...

Unique artifacts can be found at the Shorewood Historical Society

Jillian Beaster and Amaris Kaleka February 19, 2023

Since 1984, the Shorewood Historical Society has worked to preserve the history of Shorewood as well as educate community members on its development. Seeking to preserve and promote Shorewood’s past,...

courtesy TVLine

Book Nook: Looking for Alaska

Sophia Levitas-Goren December 1, 2022

Given that the season of Thanksgiving is upon us, I decided to choose a book that is all about gratitude and that I am personally extremely grateful for. The book in question is Looking for Alaska by John...

Zodiac Column: December 2022

Leela Antigua, Nadia Schwalbach December 1, 2022

As the weather gets colder, fortunes get bolder Capricorn - December 22 – January 19 As the leaves change color and winter approaches, friendships may also fall out of season, Capricorns. A stir...

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Pearl: a drama-turnt-slasher

Claudia Talarczyk, Ben Weisse December 1, 2022

In Pearl, Ti West’s second movie in his X trilogy, we see the life of a girl in her late-teens separated from most of society play out with disastrous effects. Set in rural Texas in 1918, our main character...

Edmund Fitzerald on the St. Marys river, August 1975

Bestselling author visits Shorewood Library

Sebastian Pollock December 1, 2022

Rochelle Pennington leads discussions about SS Edmund Fitzgerald Many people are familiar with the Titanic, the doomed ocean liner whose fate was soon adapted into a major feature film starring a young...