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‘There’s no place like home’

‘There’s no place like home’

October 17, 2013
Filed under Entertainment, Media, Photos/ Galleries

Home is a distant thought when one is stuck in the Land of OZ, but CRTC students seemed right at home with their performance of L. Frank Baum's classic treasure adapted for the stage by Adele Thane. The company gave three performances  Oct. 10-12 to packed PAC audiences. Madison Hill as the Cowardly...

John Green takes Internet, teen interest by storm

Maura Rowell, Entertainment Editor
October 5, 2013
Filed under Entertainment

The Internet has quite literally become our lives. According to The Washington Post, teens are spending more than 7.5 hours a day connected to the technological world, meaning communication and entertainment are evolving in order to keep up with our generation of “digital natives”. Celebrities,...

‘Lorde’ of the charts

Snovia Moiz, Voice Editor
October 4, 2013
Filed under Entertainment

Born Ella Yelich-O’Connor, Lorde was raised in Devonport, a suburb of Auckland, New Zealand. The 16-year-old global sensation was discovered by future manager Scott Maclachlan while performing at a local talent show, and was signed to Universal by the age of 12. The teenager released her...

Bravo presents Godspell – 2013

Bravo presents Godspell – 2013

Staff
September 18, 2013
Filed under Entertainment, News

The Bravo Show Choir opens their 2013-2014 season with “Godspell – 2012”, September 26,27,28, at 7:30 pm in the CRHS Performing Arts Center. “Godspell 2012”  features new music and updated material from the Tony Award winning 2011 Broadway revival of “Godspell”.   The libretto is...

Alternative band wows with latest release

Alternative band wows with latest release

Shiva Mirzahaidar, Voice Editor
April 12, 2013
Filed under Entertainment

The Flaming Lips’ front man, Wayne Coyne, explained in a recent interview how progressive playing at South by South West is, seeing as each year everything changes. The same goes for their ability to transform intoxicating lyrics and colored sounds into full-length albums. This American neo-psych...

One-Act Play advances to UIL Area contest

One-Act Play advances to UIL Area contest

Elizabeth Hale, Co- Web Editor
April 2, 2013
Filed under Entertainment

The Cinco Ranch Theatre Company's One-Act Play Tartuffe  has advanced to the Area round of UIL contests. Multiple people involved in the play were reconized individually for their achievments at the District contest. Best Technician- Colter Merrell Honorable Mention- Carly Luczak and Rebecca R...

The return of David Bowie

The return of David Bowie

Trevor Nichols, News Editor
March 20, 2013
Filed under Entertainment

Music legend David Bowie released his first album in ten years, The Next Day, on March 12. After a decade of Bowie’s supposed retirement, the album is a magnificent comeback. The cover art is comprised of a simple white square imposed on top of the artwork of Bowie’s classic 1977 album, Heroes. ...

‘Warm Bodies’ warms hearts

‘Warm Bodies’ warms hearts

Rachel Childress, Staff Writer
February 21, 2013
Filed under Entertainment

Warm Bodies follows the story of Julie, played by Teresa Palmer and R, played by Nicholas Hoult, who unknowingly start a bond between human and zombie kind in a post apocalyptic world. The film is an adaptation of Isaac Marion’s “Warm Bodies" was relased on Feb. 1. Julie, a human teenager, lives at the huma...

New year, new cartoons: Animated movies new releases set up for an expanding industry, audience

Molly Wade, Co-Web Editor
February 19, 2013
Filed under Entertainment

With the new year comes new entertainment and with new entertainment comes new animated movies. Family films from each of the biggest studios in animation are bringing out movies that were announced at least a couple of years ago. The increase of interest in the animation industry has caused studios...

Twenty-two years later, band still wows

Twenty-two years later, band still wows

Shiva Mirzahaidar, Voice Editor
February 14, 2013
Filed under Entertainment

I was in seventh grade when I first heard of the Irish band My Bloody Valentine. It was a warm June night and I sat in my bedroom, going from one Youtube video to another. Then, I saw a link to a song called “Sometimes” off of the group’s 1991 album, Loveless. Immediately the heavy silence ...

Bravo set to light up stage

Bravo set to light up stage

February 7, 2013
Filed under Entertainment

"Life in Technicolor" comes to the CRHS stage as the group of singers and performers from the Bravo Show Choir presents their Spring Show on February 7, 8, and 9. This show will feature performances of current and popular songs such as "Titanium," "Somebody That I Used to Know," "Little Lion Man,"...

Yo La Tengo brings fresh sounds to indie rock

Yo La Tengo brings fresh sounds to indie rock

Shiva Mirzahaidar, Voice Editor
January 29, 2013
Filed under Entertainment

Fade is the thirteenth studio album from New Jersey band Yo La Tengo. Since 1984 this group has always stayed true to their particular signature sound. This album offers Yo La Tengo’s at times jaunty, largely low-key side with a mellower side and quiet pep. Each track proves to be layered with h...

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