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Local Color Preview

Local Color Preview

By Emma Craine

May 15, 2012

Emma Craine | Staff Writer | May 10, 2012 A community of artists have come together to share their talents, inspiration, and love of art with the greater DP community, all in one little magazine. Local color is Dos Pueblos’ art and literary magazine, which means that the editors collect studen...

The Playlist for Stressful Times

The Playlist for Stressful Times

May 11, 2012

Harry Menear | Entertainment Editor | May 11, 2012 So AP testing has been going on all week and shall continue to do so next week. For those of you who are beginning to feel the strain, here's a selection of songs to listen to whilst reviewing. Also can be used to avoid studying.  Listen to the pl...

Wake Up Me Playlist

Wake Up Me Playlist

May 7, 2012

By Harry Menear & Kaeleigh Morrison |Entertainment Editors | May 7, 2012 We're getting closer to the end of the school year, DP. The days are getting longer, the atmosphere is heating up with a blood-boiling propensity, and of course, the spread of Senioritis is making it harder for students eve...

My First World Problems: Only one shot at this

My First World Problems: Only one shot at this

May 1, 2012

Harry Menear | Entertainment Editor | May 1, 2012  We watched a video in Bio this week. It documented - in intricate, stomach-turning detail - the inner workings of the human body from birth to death. In between showing the class some very high-definition footage of feces, mid-way through its squelchy journe...

Florence and the Machine – Concert Review

Florence and the Machine – Concert Review

By Kelly Nakashima

April 28, 2012

By Kelly Nakashima |Staff Writer | April 28, 2012  “Can you see the North Star?” These were among the first words that Florence Welch spoke to a packed amphitheater at the Santa Barbara Bowl on April 14, the first North American gig for Florence and the Machine’s Ceremonials tour. It was a brief moment ...

Hunger Games: International Day

Hunger Games: International Day

April 27, 2012

Harry Menear | Entertainment Editor | April 27, 2012  Due to the delicious nature of the food being served at international day, and the extreme hunger being experienced by the members of the Hunger Games staff, all the food was eaten before any pictures could be taken. Also, some contestants (Dou...

My First World Problems: Coachella is only three days long!

My First World Problems: Coachella is only three days long!

April 25, 2012

Harry Menear | Entertainment Editor | April 24, 2012  Coachella is a three day, all-out assault on the senses. From the second you step off the shuttle, the baking desert heat surrounds you, envelopes you, permeates every damn fiber of your being. By the time you reach the line for the securit...

The Soundtrack to A Rainy Day

The Soundtrack to A Rainy Day

April 23, 2012

Is the rain around DP today making you feel a bit blue? Listen up to Harry and Kaeleigh's rain playlist from last week: A Little Rain Falling.   Track List: "Mean Monsoon" (Keep It Hid)- Dan Auerbach "I Can't Stand The Rain" (The Commitments Soundtrack Vol. 1)- The Commitments "Little R...

False Puppet: CANCELLED

False Puppet: CANCELLED

April 11, 2012

Diandra Jordan and Rachel Amspoker | Staff | April 11, 2012  In an unfortunate turn of events, False Puppet is unable to perform on their scheduled show in DP’s Greek on April 20th. Vice Principal Ms. Hammonds told the Charger Account that the cancellation is due to a “personal reason” of...

Mighty Fine in the Greek

Mighty Fine in the Greek

April 11, 2012

Harry Menear | Entertainment Editor | April 11, 2012  High-energy, in-your-face punk/rock band The Mighty Fine played today in the DP Greek. This was the second stop on a tour that will take them from the band's hometown San Luis Obisbo to Ventura, and down to SanDiego. The four piece is compos...

Backstage Look: Tarzan 2012

Backstage Look: Tarzan 2012

By Kierstin Brown

April 6, 2012

Photos by Kierstin Brown | April 5, 2012   [flagallery gid=9 name=Gallery w=100% h=700]

Tarzan set to swing to the stage

Tarzan set to swing to the stage

By Sarah O'Hara

April 3, 2012

By Sarah O'Hara | Staff Writer | April 3, 2012 This spring the Elings Performing Arts Center will be transformed into a jungle full of swinging vines, swinging students, and swingin' tunes as the Dos Pueblos Theater Company brings the beloved Disney classic, "Tarzan" to the stage. With memorable mus...

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