Viator Voice

Worth every ‘penne’

Worth every ‘penne’

Matthew McManaman, Co-Editor-in-Chief

March 22, 2019

Rome, Florence, Venice, three great cities that formed the backbone of the historic Roman Empire. All three cities served as early global melting pots at the center of a web of trade, art, science, and geopolitics. In those roles, the many foreign visitors brought a host of culinary habits that mixed t...

Jig is up: Irish dancers shine at world championships

Morgan Trunda, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019

Many people often joke that they’re only Irish on Saint Patrick’s day. This does in fact hold true for most those who partake in celebrating the Irish culture during the month of March. Even for the other eleven months of the year, Irish culture has taken the stage by storm. One phenomenon that just...

Billie Eilish finds her sound on first album

Billie Eilish finds her sound on first album

Cassie Limberakis, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019

When people hear the phrase “child prodigies,” they think of history-making composers and musicians like Mozart, who started composing at the age of three, and Michael Jackson, king of pop, who was the lead singer in the Jackson 5. However, in the world of alternative music a new child prodigy continues...

Elton’s still standing

Elton’s still standing

Gianna Licari, Entertainment Editor

March 22, 2019

On the heels of the most successful music biopic in history, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody,’ a new music biopic is set to be released in late May. The topic is Elton John, the fourth most successful musician of all time. The legend, usually clad in sparkly Gucci suits and big sunglasses, will be featured in...

MARINA learns ‘how to be a heartbreaker’ on ‘Love + Fear’

MARINA learns ‘how to be a heartbreaker’ on ‘Love + Fear’

Katya Boskovic, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019

After her four-year hiatus from the music scene, singer-songwriter Marina Diamandis is releasing a new double album called Love + Fear, along with an international tour. Having been previously known as Marina and the Diamonds, she currently holds the stage name of MARINA. Love + Fear will debut on April...

Irish I was Italian

Irish I was Italian

Caitlin Saso, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019

Every year, Christians celebrate a variety of holidays. In the United States, once Christmas has come and gone, Christians have to wait until Easter for the next family gathering. However, March is a big celebratory month for the Irish-Americans and Italian-Americans. Saint Patrick’s Day is ce...

Brie Larson gives ‘marvel’-ous performance

Brie Larson gives ‘marvel’-ous performance

Julia Benkendorf, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019

During May 2018´s screenings of “Avengers Infinity War,” viewers sat on the edges of their seats as they watched Thanos decimate mass amounts of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As the world spirals out of control, the viewers see one symbol cast onto the screen as a glimmer of hope: the crest of...

Movie remakes don’t bring same charm

Morgan Trunda, Staff Writer

February 22, 2019

Everything that is a remake once started out as a classic. Recently, however, it seems that more and more classic movies are getting remade, from timeless Disney stories to horror films. Naturally, we begin to wonder: are movies better off remastered or better off untouched? Many will say that if you l...

‘BoRhap,’ ‘Roma’ expected to win big at Oscars

Caitlin Saso, Staff Writer

February 22, 2019

As the paparazzi swarms the limousines, the stars strut out head to toe in the latest fashion and the priciest fashion. They wave down the red carpet, feeling nervous about who will win a shiny new trophy for all their hard work. But there are only a few trophies and many contestants, so who will win? ...

Chicago Japanese food scene on a roll

Chicago Japanese food scene on a roll

Matthew McManaman, Co-Editor-in-Chief

February 22, 2019

Japan: An island nation with one of the premier economies in the world. Following WWII, Japan reincarnated itself as an economic powerhouse, with cities such as Tokyo, Kyoto, and Osaka rising from the ashes to become centers of industry and culture. Japanese culture focuses on the pursuit of perfection, w...

Primetime TV fails to win over younger audiences

Renee Calhoun, Staff Writer

February 22, 2019

After a long, grueling day of school, what is the one thing kids want to do? For several decades, it was turning on the T.V. But in the recent decade, television has been declining steadily and a new form of entertainment has arisen. That media empire is the website YouTube. But why has the once dominant...

Strut it! Taking a look at Viator’s fashionistas

Strut it! Taking a look at Viator’s fashionistas

Gianna Licari, Entertainment Editor

February 22, 2019

Some look to magazines for fashion advice. Others look to Instagram for some inspiration. In our halls, however, we have some of fashion’s fiercest players right in our midst. Starting with our fiery females, Ms. Marie Dowd takes the crown for best-dressed female! She received the most votes for...

The student news site of Saint Viator High School
Entertainment