St.Patrick’s Day: From Religious Feast to Tourist Trap

Thuyvi Pham | Opinions Editor @ACupOfThuyvi Every year on Mar. 17, people worldwide celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day, which started as a Roman Catholic feast day for Saint Patrick and has now become an international festival full of parading, feasting, and the color green. The holiday debuted in the early 17th century to mark the death … Read more…

Winter Chorale Concert: LHS Show Choir and Chamber Chorale Put On Amazing Performance

On March 9th, 2016, there will be a choir concert in the theater at 7:00 pm. There will be two choirs performing: Chamber Chorale and Show Choir. Both choirs are accompanied by Kris Da Roza. Show Choir will be performing jazz standards. This set includes: “Cheek to Cheek” by Irving Berlin, “They Can’t Take That … Read more…

1776 Debuts With All-Female Cast

Garrett Almeida | Tech Time Editor @TupacsUncle Livermore High School Drama is preparing for a show-stopping Opening Night performance of the Spring Musical, 1776, on Friday, February 26th. 1776 chronicles the story of Colonial America during the turbulent times of the writing and passage of the Declaration of Independence, and follows American heros Benjamin Franklin, … Read more…

Hoodie Allen, Blackbear, and Superduperkyle Come to San Francisco

Allison McDaniel | Editor-in-chief @bloodbloom16 On February 8, I, with two friends, attended the Happy Camper Concert Tour featuring Hoodie Allen, Blackbear, and Superduperkyle at the Fillmore in San Francisco. In order to create a more personalized atmosphere, concert directors booked smaller venues booked such as the Fillmore. Although it was a bit cramped, the … Read more…

Movie Review: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

Thuyvi Pham | Opinions Editor @ACupOfThuyvi Released On February 5, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies takes the classic novel by Jane Austen and combines it with elements of a raging zombie apocalypse. As an unknown disease plagues England, the dead continue to rise and threaten mankind. Elizabeth Bennet, played by Lily James, and Mr. Darcy, … Read more…

LHS Paints The Town

Cassidy Herberth | Staff Writer @herberthcassidy On January 23, the Raw/Cooked Art exhibit was held at the Bankhead Theater in Downtown Livermore and featured artists from local high schools. Livermore High School had four artists, Abigail Patterson, Sydney Spruiell, Sierra Miller, and Rae Yamamoto featured. LHS art teacher Marion Borst was also in the showcase. … Read more…