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FLOORING AUDIENCES: Senior Renee Blacksmith and juniors Charlie Carlton and James Crawford take to the stage at the First Cup Coffeehouse performance night. Members of the band Under the Floorboards, they performed Somethin’ Stupid” by Frank and Nancy Sinatra.

Brewing up a storm: Coffeehouse presents ’21-22 First Cup

Grace Pak, Guest Writer October 14, 2021

On Friday, September 24th, from 7-9 PM, the CHS Coffeehouse program held its first concert of the year.  Despite almost three inches of rain the day before, the show was able to be held outdoors in the...

LIFE AT THE BEACH: The inside of Playa Bowls is decorated to resemble aspects of a tropical beach paradise, playa literally means beach in Spanish. The old Wardeckers location was renovated to fit the new restaurants style.

Fresh fruit: Carlisle welcomes Playa Bowls to town

Hannah Stoner, Staff Writer October 5, 2021

Playa Bowls is a chain restaurant that has become increasingly popular in recent years. It all started on the Jersey Shore with Robert Giuliani and Abby Taylor, two local surfers that wanted to create...

IRONIC INQUIRY: Album art by Elsie Cairns depicts a cat being crushed to death by an anvil, highlighting the irony in the question, Are you alright?

Cat Crushed: “Are You Alright?” (Review)

Ryleigh Underwood, Staff Writer September 22, 2021

Lovejoy (also known as LVJY) is an English indie rock band based in Brighton. They debuted on May 9, 2021 with their EP Are You Alright? along with a music video for their song, "One Day." The band...

The CHS Shakespeare Troupe proudly presented the first-ever virtual Student-Directed Shakespeare Festival on May 18. Students created and published video performances of sonnets, monologues, and scenes from Shakespeares work.

CHS Student-Directed Shakespeare Festival 2021 (Video)

Periscope staff May 25, 2021

The CHS Shakespeare Troupe hosted their virtual festival, "And Then We Masked" on Tues May 18 in McGowan tent (previously used for prom and other school activities).  New this year, the participants recorded...

CHS 2021 Virtual Art Show (video)

Periscope staff May 21, 2021

The CHS art teachers are pleased to share the 2021 CHS Virtual Art Show. The art show is normally held in person at the high school complex, but due to Covid-19 restrictions, the art department was not...

THE GIRLS OF MOXIE ARE OVER IT! A new Netflix original movie starring Vivian (Hadley Robinson) as she creates her own zines to spread in the girls bathrooms to combat sexism in her high school.

‘Moxie’: #Fightthedoublestandard (Review)

Natalie Davis April 2, 2021

There have been many forms of protest, from chanting in the streets, raising signs like weapons of war, to using duct tape over the mouth to let silence and stubbornness speak for itself. Then you...

ROCK ON: This years Grammy awards were all about the ladies. How will this impact our local musicians?

Yes, She Can! How the 2021 Grammys are inspiring local female musicians (Editorial)

Rachel Martin March 29, 2021

The Grammys 2021 was an event unlike any other. But aside from Billie Eilish’s hair (which has been confirmed: wig), Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s much-discussed choreography, and BTS’s surprising...

CRAFTY: These three YouTubers are some of the most popular Minecraft video producers. 2021 has been a big year for them.

The pandemic advantage: YouTubers make the most of at-home possibilities

Renae Greak March 18, 2021

2020 is finally far behind us and has been left in the past. Though there was a lot of bad this that happened, some good was able to come out of it. 2020 was a big year for content creators on YouTube....

SING ALONG: With the shutdown of theaters, including Broadway, movie musicals have been a popular replacement for those craving a little song and dance on stage.  Which movie musicals are your favorites? Share with us in the comments below.

Singing from your sofa: movie musicals to enjoy at home

Grace Pak, Guest Writer March 15, 2021

For this guest review, we welcome freelance writer and CHS sophomore Grace Pak! If you would like to be a guest writer, please contact our adviser Kate Muir at [email protected] During this...

SKYSCRAPERS: The simplistic, yet engaging cover of the book features constellations; a show of proof as to how small we really are amongst the grand scheme of things.

Little Cosmonaut: ‘We Are The Ants’ (Review)

Ryleigh Underwood, Staff Writer March 11, 2021

When I go book-shopping, I always look for eye-catching covers. It’s a natural instinct, anything bright, colorful, or remotely interesting is bound to get our attention; and that’s part of the...

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