Ranking the Five Most Classic Holiday Episodes of “The Office” and “Friends”

Ranking the Five Most Classic Holiday Episodes of “The Office” and “Friends”

Kerrera Jackson, Staff Writer

December 21, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Top Stories

Friends and The Office are indisputably some of the best and most well-known sitcoms of all time. Riddled with all kinds of hilarious and sweet moments, these shows are especially well known for their holiday episodes. While all of their holiday season episodes are great, below are the top five holiday episodes from each show, with number one being the undoubtedly funniest and most unmissable one of all.

The Best Albums of 2018

The Best Albums of 2018

Josh Poppie and Chloe Hanson

December 21, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

As the year comes to an end, Breezes has put together a list of some of the best albums of the year. While this list may miss some student favorites, it is a personal reflection in opposition to being a reflection of the student body’s opinion. This list is separated into staff and editor picks, with some commentary from the student body. Other music from this year that did not make the top five but deserve a mention includes 6 Figured by Justin Roberts, Look Up Child by Lauren Daigle, and There is More by Hillsong Worship.

Artist Spotlight: Alpine Drive

Artist Spotlight: Alpine Drive

Josh Poppie, Staff Writer

November 26, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Top Stories

Going by the group name Alpine Drive, the current trio of Eli Quist, ‘20, Andrew Thompson, ‘20, and Cam Anundson, ‘19, have performed cover songs for a little over a year and a half now. They perform in a variety of styles, from classic rock to indie pop, covering songs from their influencers like Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Rolling Stones, and local sensation Hippo Campus.

Contemporary Coffee Shops and How Design is Taking Over Minneapolis

Contemporary Coffee Shops and How Design is Taking Over Minneapolis

Jamie Hessian, Deputy Arts and Entertainment Editor

November 26, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Top Stories

Coffee shops offer a place to study, work, socialize, and of course, a delicious cup of coffee. This is why coffee shops have become one of the most popular places for people of all ages to hang out. It is no wonder they have sprung up all over the place. Minneapolis offers some of the most unique coffee shops. Around nearly every corner, there is a coffee shop with its own unique theme, design, and coffee.

New Traditions of Non-Traditional Fall Foods

New Traditions of Non-Traditional Fall Foods

Kerrera Jackson, Staff Writer

November 26, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

With fall underway, the staple comfort foods of this time of the year come along with the shorter days and cooler temperatures. When autumn comes around, we immediately think of pumpkins, turkey, and stuffing.

Paging Through Minnetonka’s Yearbook, Voyager, and its History

Paging Through Minnetonka’s Yearbook, Voyager, and its History

Karen Rose, Staff Writer

November 26, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Top Stories

Minnetonka High School’s yearbook, Voyageur, has been around since our school’s inception in 1952. Each of the 66 editions capture the lives of the students that have walked these halls and the life of the building as well. Google search long enough, and you’ll find a school on a lonely, snow covered hill, with nothing much else around. Obviously, it’s changed quite a bit, and that’s what’s great about yearbooks - they capture a period of tremendous change and memories to last a lifetime. However, the story behind the scenes is just as special.

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