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WIQH Brings Musical Talent from CCHS!

April 14, 2014
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WIQH Brings Musical Talent from CCHS!

The singer plays her bright red electric guitar, crooning into the microphone a vintage-sounding blues song, her combat boots tapping along to the beat of her drummer, while next to her, a guy with dark sunglasses plays his heart out on the trombone.  I’m not describing a professional concert, surprisingly, but the first annual...
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Movie Review: Captain America: The Winter Solider

April 14, 2014
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Movie Review: Captain America: The Winter Solider

I wasn’t sure what to expect when I saw Captain America: The Winter Soldier this past Friday. I hadn’t seen the first movie, so my only knowledge of Captain America was from The Avengers and my Tumblr dashboard. Ultimately, I liked the movie. It was well-developed (though, I probably don’t know enough about the story lines to...
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Help Fund Nation’s Trip to New Englands!

April 7, 2014
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Help Fund Nation’s Trip to New Englands!

The cast and crew of CCHS’s play, Nation, were recently invited to perform at the New England Theatre Festival in St. Johnsbury, Vermont. They were nominated later than the other schools and now only have a very short period of time to raise enough money to attend the festival. Nation was the first CCHS theatrical production...
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The Music Program Rocks MICCA

April 7, 2014
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The Music Program Rocks MICCA

What did you do over the weekend? Well, the music department had an amazing weekend performing at MICCA (Massachusetts Instrumental and Choral Conductors Association). CC’s Orchestra, Repertory Band, Concert Band, and Select Chorus all received gold medals, and the Combined Chorus earned silver. This is the first time the Orchestra has preformed at a MICCA...
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Students Meet Movie Star Jason Sudeikis

April 7, 2014
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Students Meet Movie Star Jason Sudeikis

Have you heard? A new Hollywood movie is being filmed right in Concord center. The movie, Tumbledown, was  shot in the French Lessons boutique until Thursday, April 3rd. The movie features Jason Sudeikis, famous Saturday Night Live actor, who plays Andrew, a writer from New York, and Rebecca Hall, who plays Hannah, a woman...
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Divergent Review

March 31, 2014
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Divergent Review

By now, many CCHS students have seen Divergent, the latest teen dystopian movie based on the first novel in Veronica Roth’s trilogy. Many have compared Divergent to the popular Hunger Games books and movies.  Both stories take place in a futuristic, post-war America where the government has taken away many basic freedoms; and both...
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The Valle Brothers Band: Excitement for Upcoming Concert and CD

March 24, 2014
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The Valle Brothers Band: Excitement for Upcoming Concert and CD

By now you have probably heard of the amazing Valle-Hoag twins, whether you have been to the musicals or are aware of their CD Covered Ground and upcoming concert. Mickey ‘14 and Joe ‘14 will be holding a concert in Colonial Sound, the music lab right next to the library, at 2:15 right after...
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Nation Makes Semi-Finals

March 17, 2014
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Nation Makes Semi-Finals

On Saturday March 15, the CCHS cast and crew of Nation participated in the semi-final round of the Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild. The festival has very strict rules and regulations for all of the plays involved. All plays must be either one-act plays or cut so that they are under forty minutes long, including...
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The Pirates of Penzance: A Rowdy Bit of Fun for All

March 17, 2014
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The Pirates of Penzance: A Rowdy Bit of Fun for All

If you haven’t yet seen The Pirates of Penzance, it’s too late.  However, I can give you the lowdown: Blue stage lights created a sense of anticipation as I walked into the crowded and boisterous auditorium.  Soon after my entrance, the Pit Orchestra started a pleasant overture that evoked memories of my favorite 80′s television...
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Enter Reflections’ Art Contest!

March 17, 2014
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Enter Reflections’ Art Contest!

Do you consider yourself an artist in any way, shape, or form? Due to a lack of submissions this year, Reflections Magazine has decided to hold an art contest! Submissions are open to anything from videos to photographs of your ceramics to quilting to charcoal self portraits, and there is no limit on how many pieces you can submit....
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