In this article, Phoenix Roberson fills in the Heritage Herald readers about the “All Creatures Great and Small” television series. She discusses her personal connection to the show, descriptions of the characters, origins of the show, and the continued legacy of the great veterinarian, James Alfred Wight. Continue reading “All Creatures Great and Small” Premieres Season 3 in USA
By: Eli Duah-Mensah Alternative hip-hop. Gangsta rap. Horrorcore. Latin hip-hop. Trap music. There exist a myriad of genres in hip-hop, each with its own overt or subtle idiosyncrasies. Yet, whether comical, almost comically ghoulish, or gritty and realistic, it’s no … Continue reading The Hip-Hop Community and Homosexuality: An Open Secret
By, Phoenix Robertson Warning: This article contains spoilers for the “Doctor Who” television series. The Doctor. No, not a medical doctor or a professor, but The Doctor. An alien from the planet Gallifrey who whips around all of space and … Continue reading Top 3 “Doctor Who” Christmas Specials
By: Eli Duah-Mensah Each month, the Heritage Herald will focus on an extended curriculum student for our series “Student Spotlight!” This month, we interviewed Daisy, a senior! This series aims to bring more visibility to people with disabilities in our … Continue reading Student Spotlight: Daisy!
By, Phoenix Robertson Kim Nam-joon, better known by his stage name of RM, released a solo studio album titled “Indigo” on December 2, 2022. The leading single of this album is titled “Wild Flower”, or in Korean, “들꽃놀이”. “Wild Flower” … Continue reading “Wild Flower”
By, Phoenix Robertson Warning: This article contains spoilers for The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special and She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. On November 25, 2022, The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special was released on Disney Plus. Featuring well known … Continue reading Guardians of the Holidays: A “Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special” Review
Check out Phoenix Robertson’s new article, where she discusses how soon is too soon for Christmas music, the history of Christmas and Christmas music, as well as the commercialization of the holiday! Continue reading How Soon Is Too Soon for Christmas Music?
Ever heard of “Emo’s” 2nd cousin “Midwestern Emo?” Neither had we until Herald Staffer JoAnn Snavely did a deep dive into all things midwestern emo! Continue reading Alive through Sound: Midwestern Emo is Here to Stay
On October 13th of 2022, five beautiful lives were taken from the Wake County community. This week Herald staffer Nicole Chedraoui pleads the importance of gun control for our nation. Continue reading Gun Violence Is a Public Health Crisis: It’s Time to Talk About It
By: Ruby Garff Has it ever struck you as strange that every year hundreds of thousands of people across America and the world pay to be scared? We willingly walk into situations engineered specifically to activate our amygdalas and make … Continue reading A History of the Haunted House
Marlee Billiter goes into the reasoning of why, and how, Tim Burton defines Halloween. Continue reading How Tim Burton Defines Halloween
In honor Halloweek, Heritage Herald staffer Phoenix Robertson will be discussing the extreme art style of Tim Burton in her new article. Continue reading The Extreme Art Style of Tim Burton