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Unconventional Valentine’s Day Ideas

Fiona Kane, Staff Writer February 12, 2014

Let’s face it, Valentines Day is a big celebration for those very few people who are deliriously in love. Look around you. How many do you see? Sure, there are a few, and if you are part of one, congratulations....

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Paint Your Savings Black

Paint Your Savings Black

Ryan Moore, staff writer November 26, 2013

Possibly the most anticipated shopping day of the entire year is Black Friday. Some Black Friday Blowout sales include 60% off jumbo T.V.s and 75% of PS3s. For the entire Thanksgiving week, people are...

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Falling for the Ladies

Melanie Beecher, staff writer November 26, 2013

If you want to have a good laugh while enjoying a performance by fellow schoolmates, the Palos Verdes Drama Department has got you covered!  The fall play this year is a comedy called “Leading Ladies.” ...

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End Your Wait for Ender's Game

End Your Wait for Ender’s Game

Fiona Kane, staff writer November 26, 2013

Is war inevitable? Do we know our opponents? If someone is hurt, are we all hurt? These are a few of the thought provoking questions raised by the movie Ender’s Game. The questions that Summit Entertainment...

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Tapping Into Your Life

Ryan Moore, Staff writer October 28, 2013

Instagram Instagram is used to share everyone’s creativity through photos and videos. “Instagram lets me show off my unique perspective to the people,” says sophomore Rachel Cvitanovich. Some...

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10 Ways to Have a Wicked Halloween

10 Ways to Have a Wicked Halloween

Fiona Kane, Staff writer October 28, 2013

Decorate Your Home Whether cobwebs or pumpkins, decorations are a great way to get in the groove for this holiday. Some people choose to enhance their space in grand, extravagant ways, but there isn’t...

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Cooking With Ellise: Strawberry Shortcake

Cooking With Ellise: Strawberry Shortcake

Ellise Kim, Staff Writer April 4, 2013

This strawberry shortcake recipe, if followed correctly, ensures professional looking and absolutely delicious results within only 15 minutes of prep time and 40 minutes of cook time, making this the perfect...

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March Horoscopes

March Horoscopes

Chandler Huotari, Staff Writer April 4, 2013

1.     Aries (March 21st- April 19th) Happy birthday, Aries! Lately you may have been feeling slightly unlucky. However, never fear, there is an extraordinary financial opportunity in your future....

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Leo Shon (left) and Chris Rieger (right)

Inspiring Dancers at Heart

Chase Volkel, Staff Writer April 4, 2013

  Many of you may know them as fellow students...but few may know of their ability to groove to the music. Christopher Rieger and Leo Shon are impressive breakdancers. “I started to dance when...

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Holiday Tunes

Holiday Tunes

Nicole Mar, Staff Writer December 11, 2012

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. And getting into the holiday spirit this season is easy, especially with the addition of some Christmas music. Christmas albums have always been a hit. Every...

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Ten Things NOT to do in an Interview

Krista Galleberg, Staff Writer December 8, 2012

The time has come for about 25% of the Palos Verdes High School’s student body to start thinking about the next step in the college application process: interviews.  Contrary to popular opinion, interviews...

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Got Acai?

Got Acai?

Ellise Kim, Staff Writer October 22, 2012

Açaí, (ah-sahy-ee; noun): A small, black-purple berry that contains protein, Vitamin C, Calcium, Vitamin A, B-complex vitamins, Vitamin K, niacin, and riboflavin, nutrients and minerals that are...

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