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Adventures of Otis

Audrey Park, cartoonist

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Radio Airlift has successful takeoff

Pasha Farmanara, web co-editor-in-chief Beverly’s new radio station, Radio Airlift, took off on Feb. 9 and is a great new addition to the school’s media programs. After hours of tuning in the list below was compiled to highlight the three main points of interest the station has to offer. 1. Accessibility: Before the station took […]

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Adventures of Otis

Audrey Park, cartoonist

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The Who dazzle Staples Center with ‘Quadrophenia’ and More

Max Stahl, staff writer Young Man Blues  In 1973 the Who went on a world tour following the release of their 1973 rock opera “Quadrophenia.” Fraught with troubles from the outset, the tour attained little success and marked one of the band’s most infamous periods. Many Who fans (myself included) consider “Quadrophenia” the band’s magnum […]

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Adventures of Otis (Cartoon)

Audrey Park, cartoonist

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Luigi Osteria offers authentic Italian with a twist

Julia Waldow, print editor-in-chief An excellent alternative has surfaced to satisfy the food cravings of those of us without Italian grandmothers’ fresh, moist noodles or sweet torta della nonnas. Luigi Osteria, a trendy, semi-formal Italian restaurant on Third Street, entices customers to explore its mouth-watering menu for an authentic Italian experience. Although the restaurant’s exterior […]

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Journey to the last continent

Mabel Kabani, opinion editor “Antarctica is the windiest, coldest, most inhospitable and dangerous environment on this planet.” Those were the first words spoken by the ship crew to us passengers aboard the Ortelius, a former Russian icebreaker ship. The ship departed from Ushuaia, Argentina, on Dec. 21 for a 10-day cruise to the Antarctic; however, […]

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Dance Company reaches bright heights and dark depths

Robert Katz, assistant web editor In the Dance Company’s 2013 show, glitz, pomp and introspection are all found in equal measures, composing a wonderfully entertaining show that, at times, grasps genuine thoughtfulness and power. The five to 10 minute-long vignettes that piece together the evening are all executed with nothing less than strong competence, though […]

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Beverly High (Cartoon 9 of 9)

Audrey Park, cartoonist

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Beverly High (Cartoon 8 of 9)

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