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Mixtape: Soft songs for super sensitive men

By Kira Rea and Grace Benefiel

January 23, 2016

Filed under Arts, Columnists, Reviews

As seniors, with only a semester left, some of us have hit a pretty nostalgic point in our lives, so we’ve decided to bring it back with some old school hits, when R&B could take us away. R&B and its counterpart Hip Hop dominated the music scene in the late ‘90s and early 2000s. Billboard’s records show fr...

Mixtape: Songs for the world traveler

January 22, 2016

We are well educated on our musical savants here in the U.S., but rarely do we pop our American bald ea...

Photo Essay: Woodshop

By Henry Hawking, Reporter

January 19, 2016

Filed under Arts, Education, Fine Arts, Photos

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Photo Essay: Winter Band Concert

By Henry Hawking, Reporter

January 19, 2016

Filed under Arts, Performing Arts

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Tastebuds: Cafe Broder

Tastebuds: Cafe Broder

January 19, 2016

Brunch: the perfect match between a lazy weekend breakfast and a hearty mid-day meal. Café Broder, a r...

100 Warriors: Siana Ramos, Senior

January 19, 2016

Crund, queen, lioness, angel, sweethead, honeynut, pineapple cake: this is the language of Siana Ramos. One o...

Graduate Ben Grayzel’s newest marijuana documentary features Cleveland

January 13, 2016

Cleveland graduate and aspiring filmmaker Ben Grayzel, creator of the Cleveland High marijuana docume...

Ben Klatchko remembered through music

Ben Klatchko remembered through music

By Emily Diamond, Editor-in-Chief

December 9, 2015

Filed under Arts, News, Performing Arts

Benjamin Klatchko, who passed away last May, was honored in a Portland Youth Philharmonic (PYP) concer...

I.B. Art fosters talented artists to make masterpieces

I.B. Art fosters talented artists to make masterpieces

December 7, 2015

The HL I.B. art class at Cleveland is small but overflowing with talent. Recently, the nine students fin...

Tastebuds: Thai Lahnna

Tastebuds: Thai Lahnna

November 19, 2015

To start, you have to know that I am a Thai food addict. I have a deep, undying love for Thai food. So,...

Band raises money during midnight Play-a-thon

Band raises money during midnight Play-a-thon

November 17, 2015

For years, the American public education system has neglected fine arts programs at its schools, choosi...

A choir restricted from performing at The Grotto

By Caroline Diamond, Reporter

November 17, 2015

Filed under Arts

After nearly 30 years of dedicated performance, Cleveland’s choirs, along with those of many other PPS schools, have been forbidden from singing at the Grotto’s annual Festival of Lights due to blurred lines between church and state. The Grotto is a shrine located in NE Portland. It represents a place of Catholic wor...

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