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maderatecFebruary 4, 2021

By Brianna Ballesteros-Barajas “So, what movie are we gonna watch when we get back?” asks Maya as she walks down the dark New Orleans streets with her two best friends. “I don’t know, maybe Ghostbusters,” replies Heather. “Isn’t that the movie about the cartoon ghost?” answered Daniel.  “That’s lame.” Heather rolls her eyes and says,

maderatecFebruary 4, 2021

By Brooke Houghton It was the best month of the year, Pride Month or June, and my friends and I wanted to show the school our pride. We brought our rainbow flags, painted our faces with our different pride colors in a slash, and headed off to our school, Eastwood Middle School. One of my

maderatecFebruary 3, 2021

By Liz Diaz-Lopez “Bye Grandma,” I said as I walked outside to the front porch, on my way to the bus stop. I got off the bus and hid my face, so Mila’s girl group wouldn’t notice me. They had always picked on me for “not being loved” according to them, but I know deep

fredo@workingarts.comFebruary 3, 2021

Created By Antonio Garza It was a dark and stormy night. The thunder cracked and the rain poured. I wasn’t expecting a job that night. Who would go out in that kind of weather? Sadly I was mistaken, for that night would be a long one. In all my career as a detective, I never

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