Category Archives: Entertainment

How to dodge a few arrows this Valentine’s Day

Do insist on finding company. Find your other tear-stained, heartbreakingly single friends wearing chocolate-covered shirts, and get together for a small pity party in the cold, lonely basement of someone’s…

Redfield wins CHS’ inaugural Poetry Out Loud title

Poetry Out Loud, a national poem recitation contest, began its first year at CarmelHigh School last week, as four CHS students battled it out to become the school’s winner. With…

Carmel Jazz Trio seeks to be heard across Peninsula

The Carmel Jazz Trio, a group of CHS musicians who came together late last year, is finding success on and off campus, and making beautiful music to boot. The trio…

Bad movies make good entertainment

We all can appreciate the great movies of the world; however, few of us are seasoned in the beautifully bad movies of the world. And as a crappy cinema connoisseur,…

Detective Don Perry’s Police Log

Nov.  26, 12:07 p.m. Student reported arguing with cafeteria worker. He complained that he was served a hot dog with meat on one end and bread crumbs on the other….

The best and worst gifts of past holidays seasons

The holidays are always marked by gifts. While some are amazing and some are just plain weird, others can only be summed up in one word: interesting. Two Christmases ago,…

How to handle your family over the holidays

DO allow your grandmother to place her abnormally strong Swedish hands onto your unsuspecting wind-chilled cheeks. She doesn’t get much joy in the world besides her applesauce and one-hour viewing…

Singers’ and Songwriters’ Guild continues to hit all the right notes

After three successful years of writing, singing and performing, the Singers’ and Songwriters’ Guild is ready to make its next note in music. “We thought this was going to be…

Do ancient Mayans deserve praise for their genius

On two hands and one foot, I can count the number of days that we have remaining on Earth because on Dec. 21, 2012, the world comes to an end….

Local radio station’s bold strategy makes waves

If you commiserate with Bruce Springsteen when he sings “There’s fifty-seven channels and nothin’ on,” KRML 102.1 may alleviate your frustration, while bringing peace to families with diverse musical tastes….