Category: Arts & Entertainment

CC Pops Delights!

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As is customary to do at the end of each May, the CCHS Instrumental Music program bid farewell to its wealth of seniors last Thursday evening with the year’s end Pops concert in the Dining Commons.  A warm, late spring…

Phantom of the Opera Shines

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Last Sunday marked the close of yet another excellent CCHS musical, The Phantom of the Opera. This Andrew Lloyd Webber musical follows a series of happenings at the Opera Populaire in Paris, 1881. The opera house is home to a mysterious…

“Game of Thrones” is Playing a Game with Our Hearts

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If you’ve ever watched an episode of “Game of Thrones,” you’ve seen it all—dragons and wars, kings and queens, miracles and magic. The show chronicles the epic fights between noble families for control over the Iron Throne. With five seasons down,…

New Photo Exhibit Excites!

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If you took the time to stop by room 249, you would see a unique and impressive collection of artwork.  We are privileged to have photographer Stephen SetteDucati’s photography on display in our high school. Stephen SetteDucati is an award-winning industrial…

IFFBoston 2016

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Do you love movies and want to see the newest indie films before they hit theaters? Then you should check out the Independent Film Festival Boston this year. The event will be running from April 27th through May 4th at…

Are the Movies Worse Now?

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I haven’t seen Batman vs. Superman yet, but I intend to, against my better judgement and sense of taste. There is something almost transcendent about an awful movie, one that simply fails in every conceivable category, and, judging from the turgid…

New Student Exhibition at Concord Art Association

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Over the weekend, a new collaboration between Rivers and Revolutions students and Pathways students debuted at the Concord Art Association. It was entitled Golden Winged Warblers, and was meant to explore the relationship between humans and the titular species of…

Four Years/ Four Golds: CC Takes Gold at MICCA

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On April 1st, musical ensembles from all across the state participated in MICCA, the Massachusetts Instrumental and Choral Conductors Association.   A full weekend of music began with Orchestra performing on Friday, Repertory band on Saturday and Concert Band on Sunday.…