Monthly Archives: December 2013

Local boys of Earnest on a roll at The Catalyst

Having just recently played at the famed Catalyst in Santa Cruz for a crowd of more than 700 people, it is safe to say local indie band Earnest, made up…

CHS dance department brings contrast to winter stage

The annual Winter Dance Show has twirled, leaped and sashayed through CHS once again, bringing with it its production of “Finding Contrast.” As the name suggests, the production was filled…

Katy Perry’s album ‘Prism’ lacking in luster

Escaping Katy Perry seems near impossible. She’s everywhere, from little sisters dancing and singing “I got the eye of the tiger, fighter, dancing through the fire!” from Perry’s newest hit…

You talk, we listen: The Sandpiper staff goes NSA

As the watering hole of high schoolers, the bathroom is a place where many complaints, bits of gossip and jokes are passed along. Lucky for us, Room 23, home of…

‘Frozen’ breaks away from classic princess films

While at first I thought Disney’s newest animated feature, “Frozen,” would be skating on thin ice because of the push for yet another princess movie, in the end the story…

Boys’ soccer gears up for league with first-year coach

With a loss against North Monterey County and a win against San Lorenzo Valley, the Carmel High boys’ soccer team is looking forward to getting their season on track and…

Padre of the Month: Connor Marden

For the sixth year in a row, The Shoe stays in Carmel, and you can thank the quarterback for that. Marden had no interceptions and accounted for a total of…

Padre of the Month: Mia Muegge

Though the first three games were unfortunate losses for Carmel High’s varsity girls’ soccer team, they do have an ace up their sleeve: Mia Muegge acts as a co-captain, a…