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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

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A Sage student watches the intro to Netflix’s “Kaleidoscope.” This intro is meant to represent the colors for each episode while making the shape of a vault door to represent the theme of the show.

The Sage Reviews: “Kaleidoscope” is a New Twist on Netflix’s Roster

Holden Kopman, Staff Reporter Jan 18, 2023

“Kaleidoscope,” released on New Year's Day, is a fresh heist series that has incorporated a new mixed-episode system into Netflix’s databases. The show gives each viewer a random order of episodes,...

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A set of the four different season four teaser posters for Stranger Things. The new season will occur six months after the events in the season three finale.

What to Expect: Stranger Things Season 4

Isabella Bernabeo, Entertainment Editor May 23, 2022

Attention: This article may contain spoilers When the third season of the Netflix Original series, Stranger Things, aired way back in July of 2019, fans rushed to binge-watch the entire new season filled...

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The Sage: February 20, 2018

Emilie Anderson and Harper Hughes Feb 20, 2019

Broadcast from February 20, 2019 Anchors: Emilie Anderson & Harper Hughes Edited by: Brady Caskey, Sophie Mostamand & Bryant Kitisin   Stories Covered: Interview with Les...

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Shane Dawson Unintentionally Gets You to Sympathize for Jake Paul

Despite the internet’s dislike for Social Media influencer Jake Paul, Shane Dawson produces an eight-part investigative series. His fascination with the fall of Jake Paul and the mental disorder of sociopathic tendencies collided to form the ultimate collab.
Camila Moreno, Staff Reporter Nov 30, 2018

Shane Dawson, known as the “King of YouTube” on social media, has accumulated over 200 million views over the course of his 12 most recent videos with three controversial creators— Tana Mongeau,...

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The awfully stereotypical cast of “The Cloverfield Paradox” stares vividly across the 4th Wall into the
viewers, speculating on why they would be watching such a bad movie.
Credit to Flickr

Stereotypically Awful: The Netflix Original That Never Should Have Been

Darius Rahmanian, Copy Editor Feb 20, 2018

2008’s “Cloverfield” was a marvel to behold; shot in the “found footage” format, it chronicled a mysterious monster’s assault upon New York City. Its mysterious nature and cult appeal made...

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