There are few families in a galaxy far, far away with a legacy quite like the Skywalker dynasty. From humble beginnings, the Skywalkers rose to prominence and ultimately included predominant politicians, legendary Jedi, slaves, royals, and fearsome villains. To celebrate the new biography, Skywalker: A Family At War, we want to know: Where do you fit among these eminently relatable icons and archetypes?
One of the great things about Star Wars is that it inspires endless debates and opinions on a wide array of topics. Best bounty hunter? Most powerful Jedi? Does Salacious Crumb have the best haircut in the saga? In that spirit, StarWars.com presents From a Certain Point of View: a series of point-counterpoints on some of the biggest — and most fun — Star Wars issues. In this installment, two StarWars.com writers take a stand on the most powerful moment in the sequel trilogy — Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker — now streaming on Disney+.
Joy Chapman, a singer/songwriter from British Columbia, in Canada, recently set a new Guinness record for the lowest musical note sang by a female, a C1.
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