By Karl-Erik Mills and Christine Mitroff, Videographer and Cartoonist // Many students participated the in the “Who are you?” high school art show, which was put on by The Art Room in […]
By Karl-Erik Mills, Staff Writer and Videographer //Doctor Strange is the 14th installment into the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) and marks the second film of phase 3 of Marvel films, following May’s […]
By Fiona Burrows and Clara Kobashigawa, Staff Writer and News Editor //With a only a year left to live and 250,000 dollars to spend, what would you do? In the 1920’s, factory […]
By Fiona Burrows, Staff Writer // Group ticket discounts, upcoming auditions, and cabaret performances are just some of the things that you can find at one of Acalanes’ new clubs. Theatre Club, affectionately […]
By Lisi Burciaga, Staff Writer // The sci-fi and thriller genre was greeted with a game changer this past summer when the release of a new hit TV show Stranger Things swept the globe. […]
By Karl-Erik Mills, Staff Writer and Videographer //There’s a general feeling in the film community nowadays that remakes are some kind of plague and the source of all bad movies when, really, […]
In its first installment ever, Jonli Keshavarez, Karl-Erik Mills, and host, Zachary Varela, discuss the death of beloved actor, Gene Wilder, and assess the summer’s top box office hits.
By Sierra Fang-Horvath // The melodic sounds of woodwind, stringed, brass and percussion instruments poured out of the Acalanes Performing Arts Center on the evening of Thursday, October 22 at 7 p.m. […]
By Lia White, Arts Editor http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lmqk3saVARc Acalanes Performing Arts presents Pippin, based on the book by Roger O. Hirson with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. The musical, which premiered on Broadway […]
By Reilly Webster, Online Graphics Manager A video compilation of student-submitted GoPro footage.