Category: Arts & Entertainment

Wolf Hall: Book Review

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I’m somewhat late to the party, so to speak, on reading Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall, published in 2009. It was the first book in a planned trilogy about the life of Thomas Cromwell, a key advisor to Henry VIII who was…

MICCA Preview Band Concert Tomorrow Night

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This Tuesday, March 28th, the CCHS Concert Band will be performing at a concert along with the Concord Middle School band in a MICCA preview concert. During the concert, which starts at 7:00, the bands will be showcasing their programs for…

The Lego Batman Movie Movie Review

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  After the amazing success of The Lego Movie, which did fantastic with critics and audiences, people have decided to make everything that was ever a thing a movie. We’ve already gotten The Angry Birds Movie, and Trolls. Both enjoyable movies…

Manchester by the Sea Movie Review

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Synopsis: Lee Chandler is a brooding, irritable loner who works as a handyman for a Boston apartment block. One damp winter day he gets a call summoning him to his hometown, north of the city. His brother’s heart has given…

Here, There, and Everywhere: a Screening by the Alpine Ski Program

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This Friday, December 9th, at 7 pm, the CCHS Alpine Ski program will host a screening of Warren Miller’s 67th film, Here, There, and Everywhere, in the CCHS auditorium. This film continues Miller’s legacy of capturing the wonder and adventure that is skiing, as the film follows extreme skiers…

Bleed for This Movie Review

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Bleed for This Movie Review Synopsis: Vinny “The Pazmanian Devil” Pazienza (Miles Teller), a local Providence boxer, shoots to stardom after winning two world title fights. After a near-fatal car accident leaves him with a broken neck, he is told…

CC Theater: An Insider Perpective

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Three days ago the lights went up on the first theatrical production of the CC school year: Much Ado About Nothing. After a week of practices lasting until seven o’clock to polish off the show, the play was ready to unfold before the viewer. Although the…

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…

Concord Art Association Features a CCHS Exhibit

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The Concord Art Association once again hosted work done by Photography, Digital Art, Ceramics, and 2D Art students from CCHS. The renovated museum, a white colonial that once sheltered slaves traveling on the Underground Railroad, held the show on Thursday…