David Bowie’s “Blackstar” bids a final farewell

Lydia Sarraille | Advisor @LSarraille David Bowie died of cancer on January 11, just days after the release of his last studio album, Blackstar, on January 8, which was also the musician’s 69th birthday. Here, El Vaquerito faculty advisor and Bowie fan Lydia Sarraille reviews Blackstar and gives her thoughts on the musician’s life and … Read more…

Drama Production of “1776” Features Entirely Female Cast

Raina Jiang | Managing Editor @rainaj23 Livermore High School drama is currently in rehearsal for the winter musical, 1776, which outlines the events surrounding the drafting of the Declaration of Independence. A particularly noteworthy aspect of this production is that the entire cast and crew is composed of female roles, a decision the drama teacher … Read more…

The Mortal Instruments, Reinvented

Ally Benko | Sports Editor @aproudgoalie Fans of the international bestselling series The Mortal Instruments have been waiting for Tuesday, January 12 with baited breath. At 9:oo that night the new television series Shadowhunters had its world premiere on Freeform (formerly ABC Family). The first episode was named “The Mortal Cup” and started on Clary’s … Read more…

LHS Drama puts on an “Ideal” production

Cassidy Herberth | Staff Writer @Herberthcassidy On December 4th, I watched Livermore High School Performing Arts’ presentation of An Ideal Husband. A play that takes place in London, it highlights the high-socialites and embraces what it means to be an “ideal husband.” It tells the story of Sir Robert Chiltern and his wife Lady (Gertrude) … Read more…

Movie Review: Krampus

Estefania Perez Medina | Staff Writer @zerepainafetse Krampus, directed by Michael Dougherty, was released December 4, 2015. It is a movie about Max (Emjay Anthony) who has a massive amount of holiday spirit, but just days before Christmas, Max’s family’s teasing and lack of holiday cheer kills his spirit. This brings about Krampus, an ancient … Read more…