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For this year’s fall   musical, the CRLS   Visual and Performing   Arts Department   performed Sister Act.

“Sister Act” Stuns with Rockin’ Nuns

December 8, 2019

This November, the CRLS visual and performing arts department put on five performances of their anticipated fall musical: Sister Act. The adaptation of the musical comedy, directed by CRLS teacher Monica Murray, showcased all different aspects of CRLS’s creativity and talent and had audience members laughing throughout the show. 

CRLS students recently attended Black Light at the ART and had the opportunity to talk to the actors.

“Black Light” Illuminates African American Drag

November 11, 2019

What if I told you it’s going to be alright? But what if I told you, not yet,” affirms Daniel Alexander Jones, to a student audience in a powerful...

Birthday Cake: Yellow Cake with Chocolate Frosting

Birthday Cake: Yellow Cake with Chocolate Frosting

November 10, 2019

This standard yellow cake recipe with chocolate buttercream is a classic, perfect for making birthday cakes. You can’t go wrong with it!

Pumpkin Loaf

Pumpkin Loaf

November 10, 2019

As it starts to feel more and more like fall, I find myself craving the best pumpkin flavored-food: pumpkin bread. The great thing about this recipe is that it can take whatever form you want it to: it can be made as a traditional loaf (this recipe makes two loaves), can be made in a bundt pan (this recipe makes one bundt cake), or made as muffins (this recipe makes about 12-15 muffins).

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Sister Act’s Successful Start

November 7, 2019

Along with the beginning of school, fall brings the annual CRLS musical. It’s

“Joker”: A Balance of Catastrophe and Elegance

November 7, 2019

Todd Phillips’ Joker is set apart from other films, as it is a uniquely polarizing spin on the tried-and-true superhero movie formula.

Brad Pitt portrayed an isolated astronaut in the film Ad Astra

“Ad Astra”: Exploring What Humanity Means in Outer Space

November 7, 2019

There is an innate desire to be gratified watching Ad Astra, or any film dealing with the cold reaches of space. People are born curious, and for most who stare at the night sky, it’s hard not to wonder about what sits right above us.

Pictured: The titular 1978 El Camino, Pinkman’s means to freedom.

“El Camino”: Stuck in the Past

November 7, 2019

As tempting as the possibilities for a sixth Breaking Bad season are, the most one could ever accomplish would be prolonging the inevitable, souring the taste of what Breaking Bad’s already perfect ending.

Lilly Singh recently began her own late night show, Late Night with Lilly.

Superwoman Not Sensational

November 7, 2019

On March 14th of this year, Lilly Singh, a prominent YouTuber, announced on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon she would be starting her own late night show, Late with Lilly.

Pictured: Haitian flour porridge.

La Bouyi

October 8, 2019

It’s late at night and it’s time for bed, but you feel a wave of hungriness wash over you. Thinking the feeling will go away, you stay in bed, not wanting to take the time to make food.

In Six, King Henry VII’s Wives Tell Their Truths

October 8, 2019

As the curtain opened on the first night of "Six" at the American Repertory Theatre (A.R.T.), I was instantly captivated by the smoke billowing out in huge puffs from both sides of the stage and bright strobe lights from the back of the theater, illuminating the silhouettes of the six wives of Henry VIII.

In Memory of Toni Morrison, a Look at Her First Novel

October 8, 2019

On February 18th, 1931, the gifted novelist Toni Morrison was born. 88 years, 22 awards, and ten novels later, she died last month, on August 5th, 2019. Morrison’s writing was stunning and thought-provoking, used as fodder for analysis and discussion for many, many decades following their publication. While not her most well-known book, Morrison’s first novel, The Bluest Eye, captures her literary prowess well. 

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