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Take a second look: Derrenberger’s 2018 traditional art favorites

Take a second look: Derrenberger’s 2018 traditional art favorites

by Spencer Derrenberger, Reporter

December 18, 2018


Filed under Fall 2018, Showcase, Top 10 of 2018

At the end of each year, we reflect on what that year has provided for us. We make lists of favorite movies, events, albums, video games, and even memes from the year. Despite all that is created,  much of the traditional art goes unnoticed, unless you regularly haunt museums. I love these ten p...

Drama experiences the magic of Disney World

Drama experiences the magic of Disney World

by Jacob Blue, Editor

November 26, 2018


Filed under Fall 2018, Homecoming 2014, News, Showcase

I used to make fun of people who worshiped Disney World. They’d say things like how their whole family goes every year and that they all wear matching shirts with Disney characters on them. Now that I have been to Disney with the marching band and drama, I am a Mickey ear wearing, FastPass prepa...

Rappers and Rap Sheets: The negative impact of shock culture

Rappers and Rap Sheets:  The negative impact of shock culture

by Andrew Lyons, Reporter

September 26, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Fall 2018

From 2017-present, “mumble” rap has become extremely popular, with Lil’ Pump as the mascot of this subgenre. Lil’ Pump, who frequently uses a new-age drug commonly called “Lean," celebrates breaking the law in social media, his videos, and his lyrics. This is a problem because mumble rap a...

Footloose stage manager shares his behind the-scenes view

Footloose stage manager shares his behind the-scenes view

by Natalie Roth, Reporter

May 3, 2018


Filed under Features

Tech week spanned the last  days of the Footloose production schedule, which  means only one thing: complete and utter chaos. Techies and actors alike scramble across the auditorium to pull together every last line and note of the show and try to make each second as engaging as possible.  Footlo...

Music Review: A Place To Call Home by Andy BaLcon

Music Review: A Place To Call Home by Andy BaLcon
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by Mason Eddins, Editor

April 30, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

"A Place To Call Home" is a solo song written by Andy BaLcon. The musician is a member of the Heymoonshaker duo. The duo is currently touring France. The song is organized well and the chorus is sung in places where it fits. The lyrics do not jump all over the place, so the song keeps a cohesive story about teens becoming you...

by Lancer Media

March 26, 2018


Filed under Daily Announcements

LHS made a terrific showing at the county solo and ensemble festival. Of the 19 high school wind and brass solos, 5 were from Linganore and 4 of those received superior ratings. Of the 17 high school wind and brass ensembles, 12 were from Linganore and all received superior ratings. And lastly, of the 9 t...

Guitar students rehearse before playing tests: Photo of the Day 11/9/17

Guitar students rehearse before playing tests: Photo of the Day 11/9/17

November 9, 2017


Filed under Photo of the Day, Showcase

On Thursday, November 9, Mr. Kevin Lloyd's third-period class prepared to perform for their playing tests on the music they've recently learned. This class is one of several musical courses led by Lloyd, who also directs the Linganore Band program. The guitar course is split into three levels, e...

Welcome Class of 2021: The D Wing: A Tour

Welcome Class of 2021: The D Wing: A Tour

by Alex Ismael, Reporter

June 2, 2017


Filed under Spring 2017, Welcome Class of 2021

Many kids who are not involved with performing arts may not even set foot down the D wing hallway at LHS. Most walk through the front doors and pass by the entrance to the hallway each day. The D wing houses the performing arts classes (for the most part) and entrance/access to the auditorium and ...

Linganore’s Red, Black, and Blues Band performs live!

by Lourdes Jack, Reporter

May 26, 2017


Filed under Spring 2017, Video

On May 18th and 19th, Mr. Lloyd brought the blues and jazz music to the students in the cafeteria.  The new blues band played on the 18th. The jazz ensemble played on the 19th.  The students of the blues band were excited to show their classmates what they have been practicing for the past few months. The...

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