Tag Archives: Melissa Pavloff

Russell spreads passion and influence to young artists

Have you ever wondered about the man inside of Room 41 and what lies beneath the cheeriness and humor he brings to the CHS campus? Art teacher Steven Russell, who…

Seasonal, sustainable dining served in downtown Carmel

Located on San Carlos Street in downtown Carmel, Basil Seasonal Dining offers a variety of farm-fresh options for hungry tourists and locals alike, with a particular twist on the traditional…

Soberanes fire affects CHS, community at large

The Soberanes fire has burned a total of 91,100 acres and reached a containment level of 60 percent since its ignition July 22, as reported by Cal Fire on Aug….

Downtown Monterey restaurant features flavor, style

The Poke Lab, newly introduced to Alvarado Street, has begun to take downtown Monterey by storm with its low-key environment and revolutionary method of sushi-style bowls, generating a large amount…

Caffeine consumption part of students’ daily lives

“[I drink] two cups of coffee in the morning and two or three in the afternoon.” Senior Quinn Bernal is just one of many students who consume caffeine on a…

California active proponent of water-saving techniques

The effects of decreasing water levels and severe drought across California have brought about the implementation of more conscious water conservation efforts on behalf of the entire state. Local efforts…

Valentine’s Day commerce high-value industry

Though most people could not explain the history of Valentine’s Day, they sure are quick to spend money on it. And for what? Simply because people think that spending money…

Popular Carmel Restaurants

A list of five popular Carmel restaurants was created based on information from students. The five restaurants represented all different types of food and environments, ranging from r.g. burgers to…

Expenses of flood prevention may pay dividends

“I woke up…and muddy water was pouring in the front door,” CHS science teacher Mike Guardino recalls of the January 1995 flood in his Mission Fields neighborhood. “It ended up…

Holiday practice policies vary among CHS teams

While most students were at home asleep, the Carmel Padres football team spent Thanksgiving morning hard at work on the field in preparation for the next day’s CCS playoff game….