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San Carlos families have a ‘de-light-ful’ time at the Night of Holiday Lights

San Carlos families have a ‘de-light-ful’ time at the Night of Holiday Lights

December 8, 2019

A stiff breeze wafted down Laurel Street, ushering in dark, rain-filled clouds. A sign advertising “Basic Beauty” was ripped from a pop-up tent and blew down the street. A gro...

‘Knives Out’ is utterly ingenious

‘Knives Out’ is utterly ingenious

December 4, 2019

Last Friday, I had the pleasure of laying back in my chair and snacking on popcorn while I watched Rian Johnson’s “Knives Out” in theaters.  I have much to say about this film, but first let me break down my history with ...

‘The End Of The F***ing World 2’ ruins its already perfect ending

December 3, 2019

Ava Richards offers her thoughts on the second season of "The End Of The F***ing World," explaining its major faults and minimals assets. Some of her talking points include the...

Uncertainty persists as PG&E blackouts continue

Uncertainty persists as PG&E blackouts continue

November 30, 2019

The recent power outages administered by the Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) have caused inconvenience for Bay Area residents.  In the past two months, PG&E has shut down ...

Opinion: Don’t force gratitude

Opinion: Don’t force gratitude

November 28, 2019

Our Thanksgiving gratitude is a lie to our families. We spend Thanksgiving saying we're grateful for the people we're around, such as the family we may only see once a year....

Student workers handle midday rush in Carlmont lunch line

Student workers handle midday rush in Carlmont lunch line

November 15, 2019

The lunch bell rings. Students sprint out of their classrooms to get in the lunch line. So does sophomore Katinka Lennemann. However, Lennemann stands behind the counter. F...

The bench acts as a catalyst to uplift Carlmont sports games

The bench acts as a catalyst to uplift Carlmont sports games

November 14, 2019

Whether it be a benchwarmer, backup, or sub, starting a game sitting on the sideline might be one of the most crucial positions on a Carlmont sports team. In sports, it is a com...

SF Cider Fest offers fall-themed fun for everyone

SF Cider Fest offers fall-themed fun for everyone

November 12, 2019

Families and friends celebrated the fall season with a cider festival filled with activities, food, and of course, apple cider. Over the course of Veteran’s Day weekend, about...

Halloween haunts cultural minorities

Halloween haunts cultural minorities

November 3, 2019

Children are skipping down the street, dressed up as skeletons, witches, and ghosts. Bright smiles are disguised by their face paint; jack-o-lantern-shaped baskets are dangling in their h...

Anniversary of the Loma Prieta jolts earthquake concerns

Anniversary of the Loma Prieta jolts earthquake concerns

October 31, 2019

In 1989, the Loma Prieta earthquake rattled the Bay Area, causing $6 billion in damage, 3,757 injuries, and 63 deaths.  The anniversary of this earthquake marks the most destructive earthquake in Cali...

Opinion: Kanye’s ‘Jesus Is King’ is perfect

Opinion: Kanye’s ‘Jesus Is King’ is perfect

October 29, 2019

Let’s get this straight: Kanye doesn’t care what you think. He probably doesn’t care what anybody thinks. In fact, this attitude is most likely the reason you love him, or the...

Event policy enforcements spook Eucalyptus Street residents

Event policy enforcements spook Eucalyptus Street residents

October 28, 2019

The San Carlos City Council has chosen to enforce public event policies towards the Halloween celebration on Eucalyptus Street, according to a city letter sent to Eucalyptus Street residents on Sept. 13. Th...

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