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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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Beverly High (Cartoon 7 of 9)

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Holi-DIY: How to make a snow globe

Watching a snowfall is always a mesmerizing site, whether it is outside of your window or inside a glass jar. A homemade snow globe lets you create an inexpensive winter wonderland of your own and also serves as a great gift for the holidays! Here’s what you will need: -Distilled water -Glass jar with a […]

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Beverly High (Cartoon 6 of 9)

Audrey Park, cartoonist

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‘A Little Midsummer Night’s Dream’ Review

Ryan Feinberg, print edtior-in-chief On a cultural whim sparked by an extra-credit opportunity for my 12th grade AP Literature class, I took a six-mile trip to the Lillian Theatre to view “A Little Midsummer Night’s Dream,” a contemporary rock-and-roll adaptation of Shakespeare’s 16th century work. The production embodies a love quadrangle presented through rock ballads […]

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Beverly High (Cartoon 5 of 9)

Audrey Park, cartoonist  

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Christmas activities in Beverly Hills

Pasha Farmanara, web editor-in-chief Beverly Hills has stepped up their holiday cheer this year, offering its residents an ice skating rink, live holiday performances and carolers in the city. Check out some of the exciting holiday attractions in Beverly Hills. 1.) Beverly Hills Holiday Ice Rink Get ready to show off your ice skating skills […]

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A Preview of December’s New Releases

Max Stahl, staff writer December 7 “Playing for Keeps” Rated: PG-13 Runtime: 106 min. Genre: Romantic Comedy Director: Gabriele Muccino Starring: Gerard Butler The Premise: A retired soccer player tries to get his life back on track by coaching his son’s soccer team, but he has trouble resisting flirting with the other players’ mothers. As the […]

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Lit students see play, workshop with troupe

Max Stahl, staff writer From Nov. print edition Seniors from Krisha Deaver and Dr. Steven Rubenstein’s AP Literature classes attended a performance of “Hamlet” on Monday, Nov. 19, at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica, in order to enrich their understanding of the play. “[Watching it live] gave me a better understanding of the play,” […]

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