Tag Archives: Archer Michaels

Miranda and the Beat brings soulful tunes, spectacular live shows

BY ARCHER MICHAELS “We just want to rule the world,” Carmel High School alumna Miranda Zipse says about her band Miranda and the Beat. “Is that too much to ask?”…

Local charity puts guitar in hands of those in need

BY ARCHER MICHAELS The Marina City Teen Center, usually loud and energetic, is filled with more than the sounds of children and teens. This sleepy Saturday morning is filled with…

Local skater handles stress of upstart business 24 Hours

  BY ARCHER MICHAELS 24 Hours is a local business started by 20-year-old Hypex Eady, a Monterey Peninsula skater and entrepreneur. The site, 24hoursworldentertainment.com, currently features clothing, skateboards and other…

Apocalypse when? Apocalypse now! Can you survive?

Society has always been morbidly fascinated with the end of the world. How would I do in an apocalypse? Would I live? Would any of the people I care about…

Popular substitute teacher motivated by life in education

By: ARCHER MICHAELS   Throughout Carmel High School and Carmel Middle, there are legends about the best substitute teacher in the district. They call him “Sub’ Alan,” or as he…

Dedicated musicians bring new unheard sound to Monterey

By: ARCHER MICHAELS The space that up-and-coming band Zealousy inhabits is sound-proofed with old shag carpets and scrap foam on the ceiling and walls. Old Christmas lights hang, giving the…

About Jeff Rogers

BY: ARCHER MICHAELS Jeff Rogers has joined the Carmel High School college counseling team and is ready to help students find a path to success. The veteran counselor has worked…

College and career counselors sound off on application season: CHS experts recommend research, diligence and flexibility

The time has come for Carmel High School seniors to start thinking about college; however, there is still hope for those who put off college research until now. Starting the…

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…

Troubled teens find solace, redemption in Carmel PD program

Around 20 years ago in the city of Los Angeles, Frank DiPaola, a 25-year LAPD veteran, started the Juvenile Impact Program, which became a statewide program designed to keep kids…