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Spotlight: Living with Telekinesis Podcast

Spotlight: Living with Telekinesis Podcast

February 27, 2020

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PLNT Podcast

PLNT Podcast

February 27, 2020

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Please Take Us Seriously News

Please Take Us Seriously News

February 27, 2020

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This’ll Take a Minute

The troupe members in action at their latest performance, “This’ll Take a Minute: Frozen in Time.” They’re playing the Dating Game, a short-form improv game that requires one member to guess which character each of the other three are (in this case, from left to right, a man with mouths for eyes, a reverse t-rex, and Shrek). Performances are special for the cast and the audience alike. “I love rehearsing with everybody on a regular basis because it’s just fun, but the performances are something really special and not something that we do all that often,” said Alex Meagher ‘19.

Emma Stoll, Features Editor

January 31, 2020

On Saturday, Jan. 11, local improvisational theater troupe, This’ll Take a Minute, hosted their first ever televised event entitled “This’ll Take a Minute: Frozen in Time.” The show was a success, with an audience close to eighty people in attendance at Lawrence Barn in Hollis, NH. To get to ...

The 24 hour success

The participating students at the end of the festival come out on stage to bow and receive a generous applause from the audience. “The cool thing about the [show] is that you can do it three or four different times and have a completely different role every single time, it’s good for perception switches and there’s a lot of stuff [ that the students] can do,” said Producer Matthew Barbosa.

Lauren Hunt, Staff Writer

January 15, 2020

The final HB 24 hour play festival of the school year happened on January 4. With three shows total rounding out to about fifteen minutes each, those who participated this year are proud of the exceptional turn out. In case you’re new to the whole idea: the 24-Hour Play Festival involves a group of s...

The first #1 album of the decade

Harry Styles “Love On Tour” will be featuring King Princess (Europe) and Jenny Lewis (U.S.& Canada), as opening artists.  “It all just comes down to I’m having more fun, I guess,” said Styles. The tour begins in the U.K. on April 15.

Abi Blasi, Sports Editor

January 14, 2020

On Dec. 13, Harry Styles released his sophomore album Fine Line. The album debuted at number one on the Billboard Top 200 and has stayed there for two weeks, making it the first number one album of the decade. According to Rolling Stone, “Fine Line earned nearly 93,000 album-equivalent units, including more...

TikTok takeover

A Hollis-Brookline student uses TikTok during class instead of paying attention to the lecture. The social media app has teens all over the world distracted from their daily activities, such as school, homework and jobs. “I spend one to two hours every day,” said Peyton O’Connor ‘20.

TJ McKenna, Assistant Sports Editor

January 7, 2020

It all started as a joke. This new TikTok app seemed so stupid that everyone needed to download it to have a taste of what it was all about. Unfortunately, though, once the download occurs, there’s no going back. The addiction starts by watching a couple TikToks on the renowned "For You" page, which ...

The Musicians of Guitar Night

Guitar Night fueled for some huge performances by brothers Sean and Alex Tisa ‘21. The twins rocked the audience with all of their sets, combining for seven songs on the night. “Once we got on stage, it all turned out great,” said guitarist Sean Tisa ‘21.

Adam Razzaboni, Staff Writer

January 7, 2020

On Dec. 13, Hollis Brookline held its much anticipated 90’s themed Guitar Night. The three hour event was a sight to see as students and staff from across all grades came to perform some of the 90’s most coveted songs.  One participant, Sean Tisa ‘21, played five songs during the night on hi...

Must watch holiday movies

Home Alone's mischievous Kevin McCallister plans his defense against the creepy robbers who've come to steal his Christmas spirit.

Tatiana Madsen, Co-A&E Editor

December 20, 2019

When the snow starts to fall and parents start putting-up their Christmas trees, lighting their Menorahs and Kinaras and preparing themselves for the holiday season, the family is often seen sitting around the television to watch their favorite holiday movie. Here is a list of three must watch holiday...

Must-watch scary movies

Whether sitting in the theater with popcorn in hand or at home all comfy and cozy, scary movies are something many people enjoy. Find out what the students of HBHS think good scary movies to watch are.

Lauren Hunt, Staff Writer

November 1, 2019

What’s your favorite part of “the spooky season”? Could it be the planning of your costume for Halloween? Or perhaps you like the thought of all the candy that will be on sale after the month is over? Or, maybe you’re just really excited that it’s an appropriate time to have a scary movie mara...

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