This Week in the Voice: The Best of 2012
This week’s Feature highlights the Voice staff’s picks for the best albums and movies of 2012. The list includes Moonrise Kingdom and Argo among the best movies and Kendrick Lamar’s good kid, m.A.A.d. city and Frank Ocean’s channel ORANGE in the best albums list.
On the Editorial page, the Ed Board argues that DPS should invest more energy into preventing laptop theft as well as investigating cases of stolen laptops.
In News, Lucia He reports on the D.C. community’s reaction to the announcement that 20 D.C. public schools will be shut down next year.
Mary Boroweic reviews the new romantic comedy Playing for Keeps in the Leisure section.
On the Sports page, Brendan Crowley analyzes the women’s basketball team’s past two wins on the road and looks ahead to their game against Penn State on Sunday.
Page 13 this week speculates about what would happen during the fated 2012 apocalypse at Georgetown.
And in Voices, John Sapunor discusses how he enjoys celebrating Christmas even as an atheist and that the holiday’s charm does not revolve around its religious origins.
Finally, don’t forget to check out the final installment of 50 Shades of Blue and Gray on the back page to discover Tony’s fate.