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The La Salle Falconer

The student news site of La Salle Catholic College Preparatory.

The La Salle Falconer

The student news site of La Salle Catholic College Preparatory.

The La Salle Falconer

The newest movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, “Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” was released in theaters on May 6.

Everything You Need to Know Before Watching “Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”

Avery Marks, Editor May 15, 2022

The Marvel Cinematic Universe, or MCU, was created in 2008 when Marvel Studios released “Iron Man.” Since then, the MCU has been growing quickly, with more than 25 movies in the franchise, in addition...

I visited St. Honoré with senior Kate Collins, who purchased a baguette.

Portland’s Can’t-Miss Bakeries

Kathleen Waldron, Staff Reporter May 4, 2022

Portland’s food scene is one of the best in the country. And their bakeries are no different. Tasteful sweets are placed all throughout the city, each with a different and unique flavor. Many are located...

As a classically trained pianist, Apple blends elements of jazz, pop, blues, and percussion — giving her music a distinctive sound.

Fiona Apple Forever: A Discography As Honest as It Is Diverse

Elsie Buczkowski, Editor May 4, 2022

I do not think there is an artist more authentic than Fiona Apple. Her discography consists of six albums that were released over the span of 26 years. She has even occasionally released albums eight years...

Some of our favorite pop artists include Charli XCX, Taylor Swift, Fiona Apple, and Amy Winehouse.

Avery and Elsie’s Playlist of Pop Perfection

Avery Rush and Elsie Buczkowski April 13, 2022

The following article includes music containing explicit content. The two of us both have diverse tastes in music spanning across any and all genres, but one that sticks out to us as a favorite is the...

“How I Built This” is a podcast about entrepreneurship awarded with the ​​iHeartMedia Best Business Award.

Guy Raz’s Podcast Masterpiece: “How I Built This”

Lukas Werner, Media Editor April 13, 2022

I was sitting in my sunny kitchen one day in 2017 when my mother introduced me to a new radio program on National Public Radio (NPR), called “How I Built This.” The program was only on for 30 minutes,...

Indigo De Souza played under multicolored lighting while performing her song “Darker Than Death”.

Live Music Is Back: Indigo De Souza Plays Aladdin Theater

Clare Daudelin, Staff Reporter April 5, 2022

With the transition back into a world with in-person human interaction, the live music scene is making a comeback, with shows and concerts galore. Music is a way to bring people together, which is something...

Staff writer Brooks Coleman shares his personal music picks for the spring.

Brooks’ Essential Spring Playlist

Brooks Coleman, Staff Reporter April 5, 2022

The following article includes music containing explicit content. Need some new music for the springtime? I’ve got you covered.  “Up Up & Away” by Kid Cudi Scott Mescudi burst onto...

“Truth is singular. Its versions are mistruths. The movie reflects on how truth and beauty intertwine to create history.

Six Stories in One: Cloud Atlas and Value of Art

Noemi Skovierova, Staff Reporter March 30, 2022

A ship crossing the ocean in the 1800s, an elderly composer and young apprentice, a dysfunctional nuclear plant, a nursing home, a ruined Korean capital, and a post-apocalyptic island are what make up...

“The Batman” is the first solo live-action Batman film to hit theaters — and HBO Max on April 19 — since the 2012 release of Christopher Nolan’s “The Dark Knight Rises.”

After Nearly a Decade, The Dark Knight Flawlessly Rises In a New Light

Lillian Paugh, Staff Reporter March 16, 2022

Heavy breathing, a shaky first-person camera angle, and an ominous rendition of the “Ave Maria” open director Matt Reeves’ most recent film to set the scene — and just barely prepare the audience...

In Oregon we are lucky enough to have access to beautiful scenery and nature all over the state and one of the best ways to experience these great views is to go camping.

Five Great Places to Go Camping In Oregon

Maddie Burns, Assistant Editor March 16, 2022

As we begin to approach warmer months, one thing on many people's minds is how to enjoy the warmer weather. In Oregon, we are lucky enough to have access to beautiful scenery and nature all over the state...

The deluxe edition CD features added artwork, and a live set on disc two.

Vivid Images and Resonating Emotions: Black Country, New Road’s “Ants From Up There”

Isaac Brown, Staff Reporter March 9, 2022

While scrolling through TikTok in early February, I began to notice the name of a band I had not seen before. Numerous videos mentioned Black Country, New Road’s new release, and as I looked through...

I would rate Elliott Smith’s “Either/Or” album an 8 out of 10 — although it is not the most innovative album, it does not fail to do its job in an incredible way.

Elliott Smith’s “Either/Or” is an Essential Album, Even 25 Years Later

Isaac Brown, Staff Reporter March 2, 2022

Elliott Smith released his third studio album “Either/Or” on Tuesday, Feb. 25, 1997. 25 years later, this album is still a popular piece of history and his brilliancy was highlighted by this album. His...

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