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The Monthly Jam: Let’s Rock

The Monthly Jam: Let’s Rock

By Deanna Ketelekyan

December 11, 2013


Filed under A&E, Opinion

By Deanna Ketelekyan | Staff Writer December 11th 2013 Welcome to my new series, The Monthly Jam. I will be publishing one article each month highlighting why music is important to the Chargers. And, each article will feature a different genre of music. All throughout my life I have been...

Movie Review: Catching Fire

Movie Review: Catching Fire

By Julia Blank

December 2, 2013


Filed under A&E, Reviews

By Julia Blank | Staff Writer December 1, 2013 When the credits rolled in the dark theater at 2am after the midnight premiere of The Hunger Games in May 2012, I thought, "Eh, not bad." When the credits rolled after I saw Catching Fire over the weekend, my throat was raw from screaming with all the...

Ask A Charger | What genre of music would you say best describes you?

Ask A Charger | What genre of music would you say best describes you?

By Rachel Blank

November 15, 2013


Filed under A&E, News, Question of the Week

By Destinee Cannon and Rachel Blank | Staff Writers November 15, 2013 Q: What genre of music would you say best describes you? Chris Noggle (freshman): "Yodeling, because it shows my inner beauty when I strut to the rhythm." Carlie Kuhns (sophmore): "I think that pop describes me, because it'...

Question of the Week: Halloween Spook-tacular

Question of the Week: Halloween Spook-tacular

By Destinee Cannon

October 31, 2013


Filed under A&E, News, Question of the Week

By Destinee Cannon and Rachel Blank | Staff Writers October 31, 2013 Q: What was your scariest or funniest Halloween experience? Vinny Leonelli (senior) and Blake Erwin (freshman): "Last Halloween we were both at a haunted house together. We were walking through the house [but] nothing was reall...

Music Review: Rockstock 2013

Music Review: Rockstock 2013

October 30, 2013


Filed under A&E, News

By Jason Mally | Guest Contributor October 30, 2013 Saturday, October 19, a multitude of local musicians and bands convened at the Dos Pueblos Ranch to perform at the second annual Rockstock Music Festival. With an impressive lineup, featuring notable homegrown acts Iration and Rebelution as headliners, expectations for the night we...

DP Band The Caverns Shine at Rockstock 2013

DP Band The Caverns Shine at Rockstock 2013

By Alec Klein

October 22, 2013


Filed under A&E, News

By Alec Klein| Staff Writer October 28, 2013 The Caverns, a band of Dos Pueblos High School students, opened for Rebelution at Rockstock 2013 Saturday the 19th at the Dos Pueblos Ranch. As the sun went down the talent rose. The Caverns opened their show with a Led Zeppelin song "Dazed and Confused"...

DP Alum Writes Not so Trashy Novel

DP Alum Writes Not so Trashy Novel

By Caleb Hawkins

September 22, 2013


Filed under A&E, Features, News

By Caleb Hawkins | Editor September 22, 2013 Six years after graduating from Dos Pueblos, Teddy Steinkellner is coming back. Not as a teacher, not as an administrator, and not as a custodian. But, he is interested in trash cans. On Tuesday September 24, Steinkellner will visit Dos Pueblos' libr...

Hudson Brings Talent to the Greek

Hudson Brings Talent to the Greek

By Tyler Bradford

September 19, 2013


Filed under A&E, News

Tyler Bradford | Editor September 19th, 2013 Friday in the Greek saw a famous musician, of sorts. David Hudson and his band Hudson put on a show in the Greek to promote his upcoming album (which is releasing early next year) and his all-ages show at local restaurant and music venue Soho. ...

A Night of fun. at the Bowl

A Night of fun. at the Bowl

By Tyler Bradford

September 11, 2013


Filed under A&E, News

By Tyler Bradford | Editor September 11, 2013 "Clap your hands. Dance if you want to. After all, we are fun." Those were the words from Nate Reuss, frontman of the pop-rock trio fun., to the very crowded Santa Barbara County Bowl this past Saturday night. Still playing off the release of ...

The Great Gatsby Movie Review

By Julia DeRogatis

May 17, 2013


Filed under A&E, Reviews

By Julia DeRogatis | Staff Writer May 17, 2013 F. Scott Fitzgerald's iconic story, "The Great Gatsby", was recently made into a film, directed by Baz Luhrmanna and premiered on Friday, May 10. Readers of "The Great Gatsby" know the poignancy and beauty of Fitzgerald's writing. The true impact ...

Review: “Oz the Great and Powerful”

By Anthony Gilbert

March 12, 2013


Filed under A&E, Reviews

By Anthony Gilbert | Staff Writer March 12, 2013 Director Sam Raimi (The Spider-Man Trilogy) and Disney's released their newest film "Oz the Great and Powerful" on Friday, March 8. The newest "Wizard of Oz" film tells the story of a magician that arrives in an enchanted land and is forced to d...

Making Music to Make a Difference

Making Music to Make a Difference

By Caroline Gay

March 8, 2013


Filed under A&E, Features

By Caroline Gay | Staff Writer March 8, 2012 It’s Tuesday at lunch, and the Unite to Light club at Dos Pueblos is buzzing with energy. President Sean Strong calls the meeting to order while vice president Margaux Shraiman stands poised at the whiteboard, marker in hand, ready to get down to b...

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