Category Archives: Entertainment

Carmel-themed costumes for procrastinators: a guide

By: ALEX POLETTI Ah, to be in fall once again. Of course, with autumn comes the capitalistic impulses of American corporations attempting to bastardize days of worship for their own…

Hacking this Life Part 1

By: JULIA SUDOL Ketchup Lover? This one’s for you! The next time you find yourself at any burger joint where you must pump out the ketchup into the tiniest paper…

Carmel Pops concert to feature CHS orchestra and local performers

By: JOYCE DOHERTY The arts have a longstanding tradition in the Carmel area and in the upcoming Carmel Pops performance, a showcase of music, theater and dance, local groups including…

Queen of the Stone Age album has landed, but can it live up to the hype?

The latest release from rock band Queens of the Stone Age, entitled “Villains,” promises to be “honestly the best album ever,” and boy does it deliver on its promise. The…

Shift in CHS musical ‘Spamalot’ alleviates drama for performing arts

Unlike the past seven musical productions performed at CHS, this year’s “Spamalot,” a musical version of “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” is set to open the last weekend of…

Carmel’s hidden gem Il Grillo serves organic, homemade pasta

In downtown Carmel, a ways up from  the busy streets and chaos, lies a unique little Italian restaurant with a quaint outside seating area serving all organic food and making…

Film festival brings out best, brightest of CHS student filmmakers

“After making my first short film, I was hooked,” 2016 CHS grad Hans Voegeli says. “The fact that you can take any idea for a story, or a character or…

Drama class brings magic of wizarding world to stage

The room explodes with life, vibrating with a cacophonous flurry of typical thespian activity and banter—consisting of vocal exercises and laughter, a rising wave of volume spreads with exaggerated gesticulations…

Save This Summer!

Along the Big Sur Coast you’ll find a variety of campsites, with Pfeiffer being a favorite among campers as it is centered on the Big Sur River. Just a short…

Student artists celebrate year’s end with Chalk Fest

After the stress of AP testing and with summer right around the corner, Carmel High’s advanced art students will be showing off their skills in the upper quad May 26…