Category Archives: Entertainment

My first day at IN-N-OUT

Driving home about three months ago, I passed by a giant red sign that read “IN-N-OUT HIRING,” and I was in desperate need of money, so I applied to my…

Marrying comedy, romance, Greeks and a little letdown

The family you know, love and are grateful isn’t yours is back, bigger and louder than ever in the sequel to “My Big Fat Greek Wedding,” the highest-grossing romantic comedy…

Carmel High students pursue YouTube as creative outlet

YouTube reigns as the world’s most popular online video site, with users watching a whopping 4 billion hours of video every month and uploading 72 hours of video every minute….

Don Perry publishes book on 30-year career in music

As a campus supervisor at Carmel High, Don Perry is known for his humor and his smile. As a music supervisor in Hollywood, he was known for his integrity and…

Martel takes readers to Portugal with latest book

Readers of “Life of Pi” will be pleased to see Yann Martel’s new novel, “The High Mountains of Portugal,” the engaging spiritual successor to his Man Booker Prize-winning work. “The…

Film making on the Monterey Peninsula over the years

For the past century, the scenery and beauty of the Monterey Peninsula have lured many filmmakers and their movie making magic. Classics such as “Play Misty for Me” and “A…

Discovering the culture, spirit of Monterey Peninsula

There are countless historical and cultural sites throughout the Peninsula, from Monterey to Big Sur, that house memories, art and fantastic views, encapsulating the spirit of the region and simply…

Thomas launches ‘Saviors’ on the App store

CHS sophomore Skylar Thomas, CEO of Troublemaker Technologies, recently launched his app “Saviors” on the App Store. “‘Saviors’ is a game that was built to promote animal activism and social…

Artistic YACsters grow in number, in skill

As many CHS students go home to practice or rehearsal after school, sophomore Paige Hartley, as well as a handful of other students, goes to Youth Arts Collective in Monterey…

Spring musical climbs the ladder to success

“How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying,” the upcoming CHS spring musical, will be the second to last show directed by retiring drama teacher Michael Jacobs, and as the…