Place of Interest:
The Bee and the Biscuit
Housed in historic Pungo, Virginia, in a century old cottage house, The Bee and the Biscuit is a popular venue for breakfast, lunch and brunch lovers.From their outdoor patio that serves mimosas to bloody marys to their indoor seating that serves all the traditional breakfast foods (try the Back Bay Big Stack), there is something for everybody at this local favorite. Make sure to bring your sweet tooth as well! Specialities include an ever-evolving seasonal menu with yummy treats such as birthday cake mason jars, pumpkin chocolate chip scones and candy bar lattes. The Bee and the Biscuit is located at 1785 Princess Anne Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23456. You can also find them on Instagram @ beeandthebiscuit.
Netflix’s “The Crown” is a historical drama that retells the story of the life and legacy of Queen Elizabeth II starting from the 1940s. The show has had three successful seasons aired previously. The fourth and most recent season premiered on Netflix Nov. 15. With incredible casting and direction, “The Crown” portrays the monarch of England in a different light. Each season adds a new layer to the tale. This season, viewers are in for a treat as the relationship between Charles, Prince of Wales and Princess Diana is depicted on the big screen. The season opens with the death of a prominent royal family member that sets the season into motion. Fans of other historical dramas can appreciate the artistic creativity of “The Crown.”
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Billie Eilish’s ‘Therefore I Am’
On Nov. 12, Billie Eilish released a new song entitled “Therefore I Am.” In a music video shot on an iPhone camera in an empty mall, Eilish is seen running around grabbing treats such as pretzels, doughnuts and fries. With lyrics such as “I’m not your friend or anything / Damn, you think that you’re the man / I think, therefore, I am”, Eilish turns this song into a sort of anthem about rising above negative people. In an interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe, Eilish explained her thoughts about the song. “This song is very, very up for interpretation. I’m very curious to see what people get from it and also what they feel when they hear it. I don’t know. But yeah, it’s a little mean. I love it,” Eilish said.
By Faith Macwana