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Movie review: The simplicity of “Amélie”

Movie review: The simplicity of “Amélie”

by Arely Sun, Co-Lifestyle Editor

April 26, 2020

An old blind man staggers near a curb, poking his cane at the street below. The camera zooms in on a quirky French girl’s bob-haircut-framed face as she steps up to take his arm to guide him across the bustling road. They bumpily weave through the crowd, zipping past colorful shops. Her sing-song v...

Hungry? Ready to MOD?

Two MOD Classics, the Tristan and Jasper. With pizzas

by Lauren Liu and Amruta Dharmapurikar

March 2, 2020

In the midst of a bustling street — cars blurring past, people scurrying to and fro, high heels clacking like ice cubes in a glass — a pop of red illuminates the gray hue of buildings. This red belongs to the sign of MOD Pizza, emblazoned with large white letters spelling out the name of the restaurant....

Avatar’s matches dishes to customers’ needs

Kumar and an employee chat with a customer. The restaurant is named after Kumar's late brother-in-law, Avatar Ubhi.

by Prameela Kottapalli, Winged Post Editor-in-Chief

August 31, 2018

There's a restaurant in Sausalito, CA, on the bottom floor of a grey building. To the casual passer-by, the exterior appears to be a nondescript storefront, a blue overhang sporting the establishment name– Avatar’s– in unassuming block letters. But those who take a closer look bear witness to the...

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