Monthly Archives: November 2011

Alessandra Ferri and Sting

This is a wonderfully created music video combining the talents of Alessandra Ferri,  a retiredItalian prima ballerina assoluta, who danced with the Royal Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, and La Scala Theatre, and Sting playing ‘Prelude’ from “Cello Suite No. 1 … Continue reading

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The Spirits of Creativity

The ancient Teengachi tribe believed that there were spirits for everything. There were spirits of the river, not just of rivers in general but of every river, along with every mountain, boulder, and tree. There were, too, spirits of creativity. … Continue reading

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What’s going on in Cupertino?

Rumors have been popping up all over the internet about the possibility a new kind of Apple computer. Apple has been quietly accumulating patents for new computer technology since 2008. The rumors are that all these technologies will be combined … Continue reading

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A revival of the rebels

The discontent in our school over the “professional development” — that is, brainwashing — of our teachers is still simmering, though quietly. The dissenters needed a revival. I needed a revival. So it was a beautiful thing when that package … Continue reading

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Siri Becomes Mind Controlled?

Only a few weeks after the iPhone 4S was released, one of its new and incredible updates was hacked—Siri. At least it appeared to be hacked when a video about an amazing new technology went viral on the internet. Two … Continue reading

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COBALT Presents: The Four Seasons!

Come see COBALT, Contemporary Ballet of Pennsylvania perform stunning new choreography, set to various musical works by Vivaldi and Verdi! December 16th – 11am Student Performance 7pm Make-A-Wish Benefit Performance and Reception December 17th – 2pm Performance with The Children’s … Continue reading

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Hugo: “A family-friendly adventure”?

This weekend my family and I went to see the movie Hugo. There was a fairly large turnout. As I had seen the trailer and it got good reviews, I was excited to see a good flick. Hugo is a … Continue reading

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One Track Mind

When I was a little ‘un, I used to love to go to the Fire Department’s Christmas train display at the Arthur Hufnagel Public Library in Glen Rock, and admire the electric trains chugging around a plastic metropolis. I paid … Continue reading

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Sophomore music prodigy Jared Graham schedules meeting with Timberlake, Timbaland

By PAIGE BENJAMIN, Central York High School Jared Graham of Spring Grove, a 15-year-old sophomore, is using his gift of musical talent to fulfill his dreams and reshape the music industry along the way. “I am a Jamaican musician who … Continue reading

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The interfaith birthday party

By Evelyn Wagaman, Spring Grove Area High School Oh no, they were here! I quickly sneaked back into my bedroom to change my T-shirt, which was growing damp from nervousness. From the back of the house, I could hear the … Continue reading

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