Razor Reviews, a new installment of The Beat, captures the staff’s opinions and suggestions regarding a recent meal we’ve eaten, movie we’ve seen, or product we’ve used.
The new Disney movie Zootopia is an animal filled, action-packed, animated film that I considered to be more than just a children’s movie. It discussed the ideas of acceptance and the importance of diversifying a city with animals of all shapes and sizes. I related it to our greater goal of making a more diverse community on the Hill.
-Katie Broun, News Assistant Editor
Located in downtown Fairfield, Pizzeria Molto is a popular Italian restaurant known for its classically prepared dishes and reasonable pricing. Their dish potato gnocchi is a personal favorite, accompanied by a delicious butternut squash sauce. The menu is comprised of a vast variety of small dishes, pizzas, sandwiches, salads, and of course, pastas. I recommend Molto to anyone looking for a great and inexpensive Italian meal in Fairfield.
-Sara Chung and Olivia Capasso,
Assistant Beat Editors
If you haven’t heard of Hamilton, the musical inspired by the life of America’s first Secretary of the Treasury, you’ve been living under a rock. The musical has managed to capture the interests of all different people, regardless of age or love for Broadway. I would recommend listening to the original cast recording, which features the musical’s 46 songs. Some of my personal favorites include “Wait For It,” “Satisfied,” “Burn,” “Non-Stop,” and “The Cabinet Battles.” The music is captivating and you’ll be drawn into the historical story.
-Zander Blitzer, Beat Editor