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Hello Dolly! (photo by Jacob Zalis)

Show goes on even as coronavirus keeps audience home for Hello, Dolly! opening

Amy Xue March 12, 2020

Theatre Ink’s spring musical “Hello, Dolly!” recorded their performance today during their rehearsal upon receiving the news that school is closed until at least March 23. Senior Leyla Davis, who...

Jubilee Singers (photo by Emily Huang)

Jubilee singers inspire student body with strong vocals, powerful message

Amy Xue February 14, 2020

The Jubilee Singers’ voices filled the auditorium with a warm, energetic atmosphere as they harmonized through a variety of songs. Directed by music teacher Sheldon Reid, the Jubilee Singers performed...

Senior Lasya Thavanati performs Angels We Have Heard on High with the Jubilee Singers during the Holiday Concert. (Photo by Ian Dickerman)

North ensembles bring in cheer, holiday spirit in annual concert

Amy Xue January 10, 2020

Wind Ensemble and Orchestra members decked out in various Santa hats, reindeer headbands, and holiday themed clothing filed onto the stage. The stage was lit up with alternating red and green lights,...

The Orchestra, directed by music teacher Adam Grossman, stands for applause. (Photo by Ian Dickerman)

Harvestfest features talented ensembles, melodic music

Amy Xue December 10, 2019

Harvestfest II, the second night of the annual fall concert, featured Concert Choir, Vocal Ensemble, Family Singers, Orchestra, and String Ensemble. The performances took place in the auditorium Nov....

Junior Lilah Gentry plays her guitar. (Photo courtesy of Gentry)

Artist Spotlight: Lilah Gentry cultivates dreamy artistic persona

Amy Xue December 9, 2019

Sometimes, inspiration strikes at unlikely moments. This is especially true in the case of junior Lilah Gentry, whose musical pseudonym, Ghostcry, was created from a simple doodle she drew over the summer...

Mayor Fuller inaugurates new covered bike racks

Mayor Fuller inaugurates new covered bike racks

Amy Xue November 29, 2019

Mayor Ruthanne Fuller cut the ribbon to reveal the newly installed covered bike racks by the loading dock Friday, Nov. 22 at 3 p.m. Other city officials, principal Henry Turner, and students, including...

Mollie Ralston and Sergeant Trotter, played by seniors Amanda Redmond and Alex Wymer respectively, face off at the end of the show. (Photo by Ian Dickerman)

The Mousetrap captivates with dramatic plot-line, eccentric characters

Amy Xue November 19, 2019

With an unexpected series of events and eccentric characters, it is no surprise that The Mousetrap has been showing in London’s St. Martin’s Theatre for 67 years since its opening—the longest initial...

Album cover for Marinas most recent album, Love + Fear. (Shot by Zoey Grossman)

Marina delivers astounding vocals, creative tracks on comeback tour

Amy Xue October 4, 2019

Marina’s voice, a breezy yet solid hybrid of tones, echoed around the Boston harborside venue, Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion, overpowering even the eager cheers of her fans.  Known most for her...

Student talent show impresses audience, raises funds for academic support program

Amy Xue June 19, 2019

North students showcased their expertise in the North Student Talent Show, which took place at 7:00 p.m. May 16 in the Little Theatre. The Academic Support Program sponsored the show, and they collected...

Improv Jam displays student talent, audience participation

Improv Jam displays student talent, audience participation

Amy Xue May 31, 2019

Sounds of laughter and fun echoed in the Little Theatre as members of the Improv Club hosted their second show of the year, Improv Jam II. Directed by seniors Andrew Ruttenberg and Corey Gelb-Bicknell,...

Senior Leah Lakomski works to create a set piece for Rock of Ages Wednesday, March 6. (Photo by Ian Dickerman)

Rock of Ages excites audience with '80s hits and captivating dance numbers

Amy Xue April 22, 2019

Multicolored LEDs illuminated the stage as a live rock band strummed the first few chords of a rock medley. Built into the stage was a catwalk and spotlights that shone onto the audience. The narrator’s...

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Best Movies and Shows on Netflix for the Holidays

Amy Xue December 21, 2018

As the weather grows more and more frightful, everyone needs something delightful to warm up the mood. Between the hustle of the holidays and hectic last-minute gift-shopping, there’s always some time...

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