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Where the wild things grow

It’s that time of year again—flower-framed portraits have began flooding Instagram media feeds. With spring well underway, “super bloom” season is swinging in for Southern California with some of the most beautiful wildflower must-sees of the decade. Here are some flower-viewing tips, suggested viewing locations,

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April Fools to-do list

It’s that time of year again. Every year, there’s a very special day full of festivities where we honor the first day of a new beginning. A new April. Friends, it’s time for some shenanigans, and we’re here to give you some brilliant ideas (just

‘Young Frankenstein’ comes to life on stage

Northwood Theatre Arts presented audiences with the comedic tale of “Young Frankenstein” from Feb. 13-16, telling the story of a misunderstood and outcast professor who returns to his roots. Based on the 1974 comedy film of the same name, the play follows Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

Artist of the month: technical director Janay Sukkarieh

At any Northwood play or musical, audience members are always amazed by the incredible quality of the artwork and stage design, but few realize the incredible amount of hard work that makes the set possible. In an interview with The Howler, technical director senior Janay

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The best movies to watch for anti-Valentine’s Day

Whether you despise Valentine’s Day because it’s a capitalistic scam or because it makes you realize just how lonely, single and sad your life is, we can all use this so-called month of love as a time to sit back, relax and poke fun at