When the baseball team took the field Saturday against rival B-CC, a familiar face was missing from the dugout. Coach Joe Cassidy, who led the team since the 2008 season, had resigned from his coaching position the day before, citing personal issues.
Disclaimer: This column may be funny, its ideas may be far-fetched, and I may be wasting my time writing it, but make no mistake—I am very serious, and I am addressing a very serious problem.
On “Hypocritical Kiss,” the standout song on Jack White’s masterpiece debut solo album, “Blunderbuss,” he asks, “And who the hell's impressed by you?” If the question is about him, then the answer should be everyone. (continue reading...)
To prepare seniors and their parents for the infamous week of drunkenness and debauchery that is Beach Week, local parents held a discussion with Dewey Beach police officers March 19 at Walter Johnson HS. (continue reading...)
Following weeks of tremendous hype, Bruce Springsteen’s 18th studio album finally hits record stores tomorrow. “Wrecking Ball” is not the Boss’s finest work, but it does successfully blend adventurous instrumentals with well-written lyrics to deliver a powerful message sure to hit home with 2012 Americans. (continue reading...)
"Children require guidance and sympathy far more than instruction." That’s what Anne Sullivan, Helen Keller’s personal instructor, once said. If she was right, then Whitman students are in deep trouble. (continue reading...)
After a limited release in the U.S. in December, “A Separation” finally opened at the Bethesda Row Cinema Jan. 19. The film, which is in Farsi with English subtitles, won the 2012 Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film. (continue reading...)