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CET’s Fiddler on the Roof Raises the Roof

CET’s Fiddler on the Roof Raises the Roof

Atticus Dewey
March 22
Filed under A & E, UNCATEGORIZED

As the audience walked into the Craft Theater they were taken to a different world, in a different time. From March 16 - 25, CHS’s Community Ensemble Theater (CET) performed “Fiddler on the Roof”, a play by Original New York Stage Production, and based on the novel by Joseph Stein. Directed by CE...

A Tale as Old as Time: Bill Condon’s “Beauty and the Beast”

A Tale as Old as Time: Bill Condon’s “Beauty and the Beast”

Paige Duff
March 22
Filed under A & E, MOVIE REVIEWS

As the emotional number came to a close, I felt tears stream down my face. I was mesmerized. Then, the sounds of someone chewing popcorn brought me back to Earth. From beside me, there was snickering. “Are you crying?” one of my friends mouthed to me, laughing. The film that moved me to tears? No...

Community High’s Jazz Program Performs in the 37th Annual Jazz Festival at Western Michigan University.

Community High’s Jazz Program Performs in the 37th Annual Jazz Festival at Western Michigan University.

Alec Redding, Photographer and Writer
March 15
Filed under A & E, MULTIMEDIA, MUSIC, PHOTO GALLERIES, STUDENT ARTS

Community High's Jazz combos—"Arborland, Cold Tone Dreamery, Noodlers and Company, 5 Guys in Burners and Ties, FreshMore, and Noize 'R' Us"—perform at Western Michigan University's 37th annual Jazz Festival. Community High's "Cold Tone Dreamery" was awarded 'Top Combo of Festival.' Soloists Dann...

Supreme Week 1 Drop Review

Supreme Week 1 Drop Review

Jack Belden
March 10
Filed under A & E

In its first week of the spring-summer season, Supreme released a massive collection that lived up to the steep standard the brand is upheld to. The collection included graphic tees, pants, sweatpants, flannels and button-ups alike. To me, the collection of clothing was somewhat mediocre in the sense ...

The Orwells “Terrible Human Beings”

The Orwells “Terrible Human Beings”

Alex Hughes
March 1
Filed under A & E, MUSIC

Chicago natives, The Orwells, are back and stronger than ever with their new record “Terrible Human Beings.” “Terrible Human Beings” marks their third official release and their second release on Canvasback Music, a label attached to The Atlantic records group. The band recorded the LP at Chicago...

A Night of Indian Music

A Night of Indian Music

Atticus Dewey
March 1
Filed under A & E, MUSIC, UNCATEGORIZED

It was a dreary night on Feb. 11, as people bustled in and out of Crazy Wisdom Tea Room. However, at 8:00 p.m. the tea room became noiseless as people stared at the talent they saw before them. A group by the name of Sumkali had begun to start their 104 Indian Music Night. Those who were new to the scene were s...

Huron Players Perform “Fantastick” Show

Huron Players Perform “Fantastick” Show

Ava Esmael
February 17
Filed under A & E

Huron High School’s New Theatre was transported to a new world as the live orchestra played enchanting music for the Huron Players winter musical “The Fantasticks”, with music by Harvey Schmidt and lyrics by Tom Jones. The student-run theatre group displayed their musical talents for this unconv...

EMU Students Perform ‘The Vagina Monologues’

EMU Students Perform ‘The Vagina Monologues’

Paige Duff
February 14
Filed under A & E, CATEGORY FRONT PAGE

The house lights dimmed. Voices in the audience hushed to whispers, then fell silent. An excited air filled the theater as a woman in a blazer and a purple t-shirt took to the stage. Why all the fuss? It was 8:00 p.m. at the EMU Student Center on a Friday night, and The Vagina Monologues was about to beg...

Pokey LaFarge and Jack Grelle Light Up The Ark

Pokey LaFarge and Jack Grelle Light Up The Ark

Isaac McKenna
February 13
Filed under A & E, MUSIC

The crowd chattered in the warmly lit environment of the sold out Ark on Feb. 2. The diverse crowd awaited a show by two young roots musicians; Pokey LaFarge was the main entertainer, and would bring his signature mix of roots styles to the stage after an opening performance by country musician Jack Gr...

Red Hot Chili Peppers “The Getaway” Tour Review

Red Hot Chili Peppers “The Getaway” Tour Review

Alex Hughes
February 8
Filed under A & E, MUSIC, UNCATEGORIZED

The mood was light on Thursday Feb. 2 as friends and families waited patiently for the Red Hot Chili Peppers to take the stage at Joe Louis Arena. Thousands of fans sat around telling war stories of past shows and arguing about whether “Blood Sugar Sex Majik” was a better album than “Californi...

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