Category Archives: Music

Spamalot Auditons, 1/17

Auditions for this year’s musical Spamalot are next Thursday, 1/17, after school in the Student Union. Come prepared to sing a musical theater song. Rehearsals begin in February and the show is the last weekend of March and beginning of … Continue reading

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Newsbreaker News: Monterey Holi-Bay Spirit

Courtesy of The Newsbreaker: “Every year, December inevitably brings the holiday cheer with it. Nowhere is this more apparent than in PG and neighboring towns, with local holiday events of all types throughout the month. One of the most well … Continue reading

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Newsbreaker News: You Can’t Rain on PG’s Brightest Parade

Courtesy of The Newsbreaker: “Pacific Grove’s 18th annual Parade of Lights took place on Thursday, November 29. While there was a chance of rain, various groups from the high school, including the Breaker Girls Dance Team, the PGHS Cheerleaders, and … Continue reading

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Yearbook Photo Contest, $1000 and a new camera! 3/1

Jostens Inc. is the company that produces our yearbook and they are sponsoring a photo contest. Prizes include $1000, a new camera and an exhibition in a photo gallery in New York City. Look for flyers around campus and as … Continue reading

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Library Link of the Day: For Sale: A Wood-Paneled Console That Helped Shape Classic Rock

Courtesy of Atlas Obscura: “IT TAKES MORE THAN GUITARS, bass, and drums to make rock music. You also need dozens of input channels, a small army of knobs, dials, and switches, and someone who knows how to work all of … Continue reading

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Library Link of the Day: There’s an Evolutionary Reason Why You Listen to Some Songs on Repeat

Courtesy of “The first time you heard Taylor Swift’s “Shake it Off,” you barely noticed. Then the song made its undercover assault, seeming to play in every grocery store, on every radio, and in every TV commercial you saw … Continue reading

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3 Students Named for the 2019 Carnegie Hall Honors Performance Series

We are pleased to share that the selections for the 2019 High School and Young Adult Honors Performance Series programs at Carnegie Hall and Sydney Opera House have been announced! After a difficult review process, our Selection Board has chosen Finalists … Continue reading

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Library Link of the Day: Holograms, the ghost of Roy Orbison goes on tour – and some aren’t happy about it

Courtesy of The Conversation: On Oct. 1 the U.S. leg of the Roy Orbison hologram tour will kick off in Oakland. At each stop, a computer-generated hologram of Orbison will be performing alongside an orchestra and band. Back in January, … Continue reading

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Library Link of the Day: Croatia’s Sea Organ Makes Music From the Wind and Waves

Courtesy of “In Zadar, Croatia, there’s an instrument that plays without the touch of a musician — that is, unless you consider Mother Nature a musician. The Sea Organ, or Morske Orgulje, is an architectural marvel played by the wind and … Continue reading

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Library Link of the Day: Kaizen Is the 5-Step Philosophy of Continuous Improvement

Courtesy of “Let’s say you’re working on a greeting card assembly line. First, you stamp down the puppy cartoon on the outside, then you flip it over and stamp the punchline on the inside. Then you flip it over … Continue reading

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