A day in the life of flc seniors
FLC FOOD GUIDE
The Flash is compiling a guide to restaurants connected to the FLC community in some way. This could include being an owner, employee, or direct relative of an owner or employee. Restaurants, corner stores, food trucks, etc. will all be included. We are hoping to publish the guide soon as a resource for our readers to use to support fellow Bobcats during the pandemic. If you know of or are connected to a restaurant and would like it to be featured, please send us the following information:
- Restaurant name, location, contact info
- The name and description of the FLC connection (e.g. John Doe, class of 1984; Jane Smith, HRT teacher 1980-92)
- A photo you would like to see featured of the restaurant–bonus points if the FLC connection is pictured!
Send all entries to email@example.com
Netflix Recommendations from the Flash
Avatar the Last Airbender
Back in the mid-2000s, you could've caught Avatar the Last Airbender on Nicktoons. Well, it's now on Netflix, ready to hit you with some nostalgia. Aang, a 12-year-old boy, is the last airbending nomad and must master all four elements fire, water, earth, and air in order to defeat Fire Lord Ozai to restore balance and peace to the world. You should totally watch Aang and his friends Sokka and Katara, as they travel the world making allies, dodging the Fire Lord's son, Prince Zuko, and helping Aang master the martial arts of the elements to save the world.
Tiffany RodriguezPhotography Editor
Fairy Tail follows a young Celestial wizard named Lucy Heartfilia. She joins the well known Fairy Tail guild teaming up with powerful wizards Natsu, Erza, and Gray. The series takes us through all the dangers that the members of Fairy Tail face and eventually overcome through mutual love and friendship.
This fabulously funny sitcom follows the Rose family as they lose all their money and downgrade from high society to life in a cheap motel... in a small town they once bought as a joke. The series finale was in April but you can binge all six seasons on Netflix. I love that journey for you!
Brianna SpauseWHYY Advisor
If you’re into sporty anime then I shall recommend you to watch “Haikyuu!!” Haikyuu!! is an anime that’s based off of playing volleyball, and teaching you a bit of how to play the sport. It also shows you a bit of the characters school life too - which i think is amazing.
Justine ChanStaff Member
The Good Place
All 4 seasons of the The Good Place have already been released so you will never have to pause while binging this sitcom takedown of moral philosophy. Morally corrupt Eleanor Shellstrop (Kristen Bell) dies and goes to the afterlife in episode 1. After learning that she has been mistakenly placed in The Good Place, she sets out to become a better person before The Architect (Ted Danson) discovers his mistake. Watch The Good Place if you want to become a better person while listening to fart jokes.
Colin ChrestayFlash Advisor
The first and the newly added second season of this wonderfully animated action comedy show is a blast to watch. The episodes aren’t long so it’s easy to binge it all in one sitting while still having enough time to let the characters grow a place in your heart. Sit back and enjoy the quirky adventure of this hairdresser assassin.