Lady Moors Aim to Repeat Dominant Season

SIDNEY AUNG Staff Writer As Almont League begins, the varsity girls’ basketball team is hoping to bring their learning experiences from both positive and negative outcomes of their preseason games. The team participated in the San Marino tournament that began on Dec. 1, defeating Sacred Heart and taking a 1-3 record. In their most recent match-up against Temple City, the

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Forever Young

What is it that attracts us back to the cartoons that we watched religiously as children? Perhaps it is the brief 30 minutes where we are allowed to transport back into an age of toys, crayons and sandboxes. It was a simpler time, when days were spent playing tag until the sun went down and nights were consumed leisurely in

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Johnny Bravo

“Wooooh, Mama!” Everyone remembers this famous catchphrase said by the muscular and dim-witted blond, with traits similar to Elvis Presley. He wears a pair of black shades in almost every episode and it became a famous trademark. Johnny Bravo believes that every woman wants him and is unable to resist his good looks and charm. In reality, he is just

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Rugrats

Most of Alhambra High’s students have grown up with and adored Nickelodeon’s beloved Rugrats. From the mispronunciation of “perpetrator” as “poopertrator” to the daily adventures of the brave Tommy Pickles, the fearful Charles “Chuckie” Finster and the comedic twins Phillip “Phil” and Lillian “Lil” DeVille, the toddlers are always getting into some kind of trouble with much of the unintentional

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Hey Arnold!

“Move it football head!” is a phrase that immediately brings back memories for those who watched Nickelodeon’s Hey Arnold. For eight years (1996-2004) Hey Arnold! charmed audiences with the quirky characters of the fictional town of Hillwood. After five seasons and 101 episodes of the strange kid with the unusually large, football-shaped head and untucked flannel shirt, the series remains

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Catdog

“One fine day with a woof and a purr, an idea was born and it caused a little stir”—this catchy rhyme with a jumpy beat opened a classic cartoon about a set of conjoined brothers: a cat and a dog. It all started when writer Peter Hannan was sketching an idea for a character called, “the Amazing CatDog Man,” a

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