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Top Chef Finale

Staff Writer Chase Porter Top Chef, the hit show from Bravo, has run for 6 incredible seasons and is about to close its 7th season after winning an Emmy at the 2010 Prime Time Emmy Awards. The show has drawn millions of viewers over the past years because of its intensity and drama. Its no wonder why the show brought home […]

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Cowboys lose to Redskins in season opener, leave fans confused

Rebecca Neumann Staff Writer Yes, that’s right. They lost. To the Deadskins—excuse me, Redskins. Of course you’re surprised. Everyone is. America’s Team was defeated by a team that went 4-12 last year. But while many of you will blame a certain number 71 who shall not be named for costing the Cowboys the game, I have to disagree. Yes, his […]

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Visit to Newseum inspires student journalists

Visit to Newseum inspires student journalists

  It’s a museum. About news. Thus, the Newseum. And as nerdy as it sounds, the collective consensus when The Sidekick editors visited this past weekend for the JEA/NSPA Fall 2009 journalism convention in Washington, D.C. was that it truly was “an experience like no other”. One of the standouts was the Pulitzer photo gallery. Every single Pulitzer prize-winning photograph […]

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What The Sidekick learned in Washington, D.C.

What The Sidekick learned in Washington, D.C.

  If you’ve been keeping up with your favorite high school newspaper, you know that The Sidekick editors — 11 total, with adviser Chase Wofford and KCBY teacher Irma Kennedy in tow — traveled to Washington, D.C. for the Nov. 15 weekend to attend the National Scholastic Press Association’s convention for high school journalism. So what did we learn throughout […]

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Mavericks open the regular season against Wizards

By Andy Tabor The Dallas Mavericks begin the NBA regular season with a game against the Washington Wizards.  The Mavericks come into this year with a renewed confidence after the addition of former all-star Shawn Marion.  The questions the Mavericks will need to answer will most likely be about their lack of talent and depth in their front court. Dallas […]

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