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Met Opera Star Helps Aspiring Singers From Upper East Side Arts School

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Many performers dream of making it to the Metropolitan Opera.

Now, several young performers may be one step closer to seeing that dream become a reality. 67 more words


Dinner in the City

Today is my wonderful roommate, Nicole’s 19th birthday, so last night we went out to eat at a trendy restaurants called Barrio Chino! The place itself was really hidden and hard to find, but once we went inside it was really nice. 143 more words


Safe Spaces And Acronym Incoherence

I sometimes have a bit of fun at the expense of various politically correct victim groups, making gentle parodies or satires on their excesses, such as their acronyms. 629 more words


Pizza:90 offers up originality

Published: Feb. 17, 2015 | Posted: March 1, 2015 | Written by: Marissa Bostick

Many pizzerias claim to be pushing out authentic Neapolitan pizza or at the very least gourmet. 604 more words


Will Labour's new £6,000 tuition fee cap be enough to secure student votes?

Ah, election time. A period where politicians lose composure in the run-up to the vote, where political parties engage in cringe-inducing semi-arguments over (normally) trivial matters and where one… 715 more words


the 5th weekly media monitor (regular) can be posted here (March 3)

the class resumes the media monitor. The 5th regular media monitor can be posted here, as usual,  with the usual deadline of 7pm Tuesday.   118 more words

Students' Reviews

March 2-6


Students in Mrs. Northwood’s and Ms. Paszt’s JK/SK class are doing the borrow-a-book program. Remember to bring a new book home each night, record each one you read and after 10, you get a special sticker for your folder! 566 more words