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You: a review

You is available for streaming via Netflix. The series has received many positive reviews since its release in Dec..  “[The show] unfolds with the sort of momentum, chemistry and solid structure that other new TV shows would do well to study,” Washington Post.

Katelyn Sova, Staff Writer

February 19, 2019

You is a newly released Netflix original show, based on the novel written by Caroline Kepnes. The series follows Joe, a creepy bookstore manager, who falls in love with Guinevere Beck, a woman he met at his bookstore. Initially, he uses social media and the internet to stalk her. However, as the plot progresses...

Female Takeover at the Grammys

Alicia Keys was said to be the most chill host. According to The New York Times Alicia Keys was, “a soothing, self-assured earth mother prepared to “Kumbaya” the show into a place of solidarity and affection.” She took over the stage with her jaw dropping, 2 piano performance.

Kaleigh Whalen, Staff Writer

February 15, 2019

This year's Grammys award ceremony was a bit different from last year’s controversy. The females took over the stage as Alicia Keys hosted the ceremony, the first female to host the awards in fourteen years. At the beginning of the show, Keys brought out Michelle Obama, Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez and J...

A day of jazz

The Hollis Brookline High School Honors Jazz Band is playing as a whole ensemble. They were one of the 11 bands which attended the NHBDA Jazz Clinic. “It’s very nice to have probably some of the best musicians in the region help give you a lesson,” said Jack Sinclair ‘19. 

From left to right:
Front row: Cayden Plummer ‘21, Zach Sommer ‘21, Dhruv Miglani ‘19, Anderson Steckler ‘20, Spencer Murray ‘21.
Second row: Katie Hinchliffe ‘19,  Caroline Pack ‘19, Jack Sinclair ‘19, Dan Aulbach ‘21, Lily Jackson ‘20.
Third Row: Amy Norton ‘19, Mike Moscatelli ‘19, Caleb Clark ‘20, Justin Surette ‘21, Julia Pepin ‘19.

Nora Miller, A&E Editor

February 12, 2019

On Jan. 26, Hollis Brookline High School hosted the New Hampshire Band Directors Association (NHBDA) Jazz Clinic. This event invited middle and high school jazz bands from across the state to work with professional musicians and hear them play in a concert. For the past ten years, besides one cancella...

Student Art Showcase- January/February

Ava Akatyszewski- 12, Acrylic painting, June 18th.

February 6, 2019

Below are two pieces of artwork created by students in Hollis Brookline High School art classes in January and February.

Year of the weird: 5 albums that pushed boundaries in 2018

The cover of Jack Stauber’s Hi-Lo.

Jackson Hinkle, Staff Writer

February 5, 2019

It’s not always that musical experimenters succeed, artistically or financially. However, when they do, that success ought to be recognized. Here’s a list of five albums that pushed the artform to its limits in 2018. Check them out! 5. Death Grips - Year of the Snitch Year of the Snitch is the album th...

Crazy Rich Asians: a review

The movie poster for Crazy Rich Asians is shown on the screen when renting the film. The movie was released into theaters last August, and was recently released for purchase or rental. The film is “going to change Hollywood,” according to Time magazine.

Katelyn Sova, Staff Writer

January 29, 2019

It’s not every day that a Hollywood movie comes along with an all-Asian cast, but when it does, it gets attention. This past August, Crazy Rich Asians did just that. The story follows Rachel Chu, an economics professor at NYU, who travels with her boyfriend, Nick Young, to Singapore for Nick’...

HB prepares for Mamma Mia

HB prepares for Mamma Mia

Katelyn Sova, Staff Writer

January 22, 2019

For the past few years, HBHS has annually put on a musical. This year, the musical of choice is well known, Mamma Mia. Mamma Mia is a very popular musical, and it will be making its debut at the high school soon. This year’s musical is a bit different than those previously performed by HB, incorp...

HBHS FACS holds its 14th annual gingerbread house contest

The winning gingerbread house, titled “The Slammer,” was a miniature version of a prison, complete with pretzel fences and candy barbed wire. “It was a great experience creating this masterpiece with my group,” said Brodie Kelly ‘19, one of the creators of the winning gingerbread house. Her other group members included Natalie Cook ‘19, Ryan Coutu ‘20, and Chelsea Macnamara ‘19.

Sydney Speir, Staff Writer

January 7, 2019

During the week prior to Christmas break, a pop of color emerged atop the library bookshelves in a unique form: gingerbread houses. These sugary treats were a festive addition to the library as well as a friendly competition for their creators. Assembled by Foods and Nutrition I and II students, the...

What to watch this holiday season

A holiday movie enthusiast watches How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Released in 2000, this movie is the second of three movies based on Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas. “It's just a really touching story, and it has a great soundtrack,” said Ashlyn Mansfield ‘19.

Avery Desruisseau and Nora Miller

December 20, 2018

The holiday season is here once again. With the chilly weather and early darkness that December brings, it’s the perfect time to settle in for a movie. Whether you’re looking to curl up by yourself with a warm drink and blankets, spend a fun night with friends or bring your family together, there’s...

UNH hosts their first Ancient Artifacts Museum at HBHS

Carving tools, flint and steel, nails, and other survival items are seen here. Professor Newman claims items like these were crucial to survival in ancient times.

Emmie White, Assistant Head Editor

December 19, 2018

On Dec. 13, UNH ambassadors visited the HBHS library to host a first for the school: an Ancient Artifact Museum. Portable and accommodating to any hosting school, the two ambassadors brought with them a collection of small, Roman artifacts that date to more than 2000 years old. All of the artifacts ...

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