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KIDZ BOP Live comes to Hershey

KIDZ BOP Live comes to Hershey

Iliana Veguilla, Reporter

June 20, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

KIDZ BOP Live coming is to the Giant Center at 7 pm on June 29th. The show’s price starts at $27.85 for the farthest sections from the stage and goes up to $193 for the VIP Package. KIDZ BOP is a family concert experience in which children from the ages of 11-14 perform songs. For the 2018 ...

Video: Teachers vs. Students: Pop Culture Edition

Video: Teachers vs. Students: Pop Culture Edition

Mallory Drayer, Video Producer

May 30, 2018


Filed under Hershey

https://youtu.be/gWudJnE9_1Q

Review: Taylor Swift’s “Delicate” Acoustic Version

Natalie Taylor, Layout Manager

May 23, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Taylor Swift has released an acoustic version of her song “Delicate,” which is the 5th track on her album, “Reputation.” Swift released the song on Spotify as part of the Spotify Singles series. Along with an acoustic version, she also released a cover of “September” by Earth, Wind, and Fire. ...

PSU Music Education Major helps HHS Orchestra

PSU Music Education Major helps HHS Orchestra

Benji Keeler, Reporter

May 15, 2018


Filed under Hershey

This student teacher is pursuing his dreams with a career in music. Otto Kuehrmann is a 24 year old former college student, graduating from Penn State University on Saturday, May 5th, 2018.  Kuehrmann, who wants to be a public school teacher, is turning to music to achieve this goal. He’s a ...

Spotify Updating, Expanding Both Free and Premium Options

Spotify Updating, Expanding Both Free and Premium Options

Anna Levin, HHS Kiss and Tell Co-Editor

May 15, 2018


Filed under Science & Technology

Spotify’s upcoming update will expand the abilities of its free users, allowing them to listen to their favorite music more freely. For the first time since its release in 2014, the music streaming app Spotify will revamp not only its looks, but also the way it offers music to its users. Spotify...

Editorial: Has Rap Overthrown Rock?

Editorial: Has Rap Overthrown Rock?

Jack Goulet, Arts and Entertainment Section Editor

April 30, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

The term “mumble rap” gets thrown around a lot in this day and age. With artists like Lil Yachty getting their starts on Soundcloud, a whole genre of music like Yachty’s is being embraced by the next generation. And it’s already getting bigger than rock. Kids in high school want music that they can...

24 Years Later: Remembering Kurt Cobain

24 Years Later: Remembering Kurt Cobain

Jack Goulet, Arts and Entertainment Editor

April 9, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Kurt Cobain’s legacy as the rough-toned frontman of the popular 90s band Nirvana lives on even 24 years after his death. Never a fan of interviews, Cobain was known to give vague answers to questions, simply leaving things up to fan’s interpretations. In 1992, he wore a homemade shirt saying,...

Editorial: Overtures Need to Make a Return to Theatre

Chris Santiago, Copy Editor

March 14, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Editorial

Nowadays, many musicals do not include overtures, or in other words, orchestral pieces usually played before the showing of a musical or opera. During an overture, there is usually nothing, or little to nothing going on on stage. Simply put, overtures are that special part of a performance that make you ap...

Taylor Swift’s Return Blows Fans Away

Taylor Swift’s Return Blows Fans Away

Natalie Taylor, Layout Designer

October 5, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

After a two-year hiatus, Taylor Swift is back with new music.   After staying away from the public eye and taking a break from making music, she’s coming back in full force with a follow-up to 2014’s 1989 album. Swift’s sixth album, reputation, will be released on November 10. Swift recently announce...

Pop Musicians, No Longer Original

Pop Musicians, No Longer Original

Christopher Santiago, Copy Editor

October 4, 2017


Filed under Editorial

Much of what is heard when turning on the radio will sound similar in one way or another. Whether it be artists repeating the same lyrics over and over again, or singers using a similar electronic dance sound. The variety of music in the world used to be something to appreciate. There was R&B,...

10 things that were going on in the world when HHS seniors were born

10 things that were going on in the world when HHS seniors were born

Mallory Drayer, Reporter

June 6, 2017


Filed under Lifestyle

The late 90’s was a time of many firsts: boy bands, scrunchies, and “the Rachel” haircut. It was also the year our seniors were born: 1998. Here’s a look at the top 10 things that were going on in the world when our seniors were born...

The Beat Episode 3: Wyatt Roush

The Beat Episode 3: Wyatt Roush

Cara McErlean, Feature Reporter

April 10, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

On this episode of The Beat, Wyatt Roush plays three songs: For a Second, Friends, and Not Over You. These songs will be included on Roush’s third self produced album. Roush, who is a senior at HHS, has been playing guitar and writing music since sophomore year. In this podcast, Roush discusses his mu...

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