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A Bittersweet Recipe for the End

Grace Elisabeth Gauldin, Writer

April 30, 2019

Filed under A&E, Opinion

These past four years of my life have been the best thus far, and I have to owe it to… food. And high school, I guess. For this last article FOREVER as a TigerTale staff member, I will share my last, most precious recipe. ...

Spooky Movies

Leah Blanchard, writer

April 30, 2019

Filed under A&E

Hereditary: Written and directed by Ari Aster, Hereditary follows miniature artist Annie Graham (Toni Collette) and her husband Steve (Gabriel Byrne) who live in Utah with their 16-year-old son Peter (Alex Wolff) and daughte...

A Mixture of Treats From My Spring Break Camping Experience!!

Grace Elisabeth Gauldin, Writer

April 2, 2019

Filed under A&E, Opinion

During Spring Break, my mother introduced several new recipes to our family. We survived on these as we suffered the wind and nature of Arkansas’ wilderness. Here are two recipes that will always remind me of my experiences in ...

Kaws’ Sculpture Appears in the Waters of Hong Kong

Mary Storlie, Writer

April 2, 2019

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Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbor recently has not only been a busy channel with ferries and boats going through, but it has also been harboring a ginormous inflatable sculpture. American artist, KAWS (Brian Donnelly) created the scu...

Huffmaster’s Cravings: Asian Delicacies Edition

Grace Elisabeth Gauldin, Writer

March 14, 2019

Filed under A&E, Opinion

This is another request from our beloved journalism instructor, Madame Huffmaster. Everyone loves a good, greasy Asian chicken recipe. Huffmaster is no exception. China has reigned for over 4,000 years, and their food has reign...

Halva and Other Turkish Delights

Grace Elisabeth Gauldin, Writer

March 6, 2019

Filed under A&E, Opinion

  Recently, I’ve been exposing myself to many cultures. Netflix helps me with that. I found a Turkish television series called Çalikuşu or Lovebird in English. In the show, the characters eat a lot of confectionaries (candies)...

Madame Huffmaster’s Food Cravings: Spaghizza Edition

Grace Elisabeth Gauldin, Writer

February 26, 2019

Filed under A&E, Opinion

One beautiful morning, I asked Mrs. Huffmaster what her favorite culinary dish was. To my horror, she replied with, “Uhh, spaghetti.” When I attempted to pull more information from her, she simply said, “Oh, and pizza. ...

Cornbread and Beef Stew

Grace Elisabeth Gauldin, Writer

February 26, 2019

Filed under A&E, Opinion

  Everybody loves a good southern meal. If you don’t, stop reading this now because I don’t want you to taint my audience’s attitude. My mother has a wonderful recipe for sweet cornbread and beef stew that is out of th...

Boosky Halusky

Grace Elisabeth Gauldin, Writer

February 11, 2019

Filed under A&E, Opinion

For two years, my brother had to cut through the harsh jungle of the wild Czech environment to survive. He struggled to find food to eat every day. One day, he happened upon halusky. Now, that’s pronounced KOO-LAH-SHEEN-KA. Ju...

Quinoa Mastered

Grace Elisabeth Gauldin, Writer

January 14, 2019

Filed under A&E, Opinion

Quinoa. What a wonderfood. If you don’t already know about quinoa and its magical properties, then you’re in for a treat. First, let’s make sure you’re saying it correctly in your head. It’s pronounced “KEEN-WAH....

The Wiz

Grace Elisabeth Gauldin, Writer

December 11, 2018

Filed under A&E, Opinion

The Wiz is a broadway adaptation of The Wizard of Oz. In it, the cast is composed entirely of African American actors, and the setting is in Harlem, New York instead of Kansas. The Wiz was popular when it was first released in ...

Jumanji Movie Review

Amanda Guthrie, Writer

April 4, 2018

Filed under A&E

Most of you are familiar with the movie Jumanji. Well most of you may also know that they recreated/made a second one to relate to modern day technology. To be honest I was a little skeptical if they could live up to my “chi...

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