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Visual and Performing Arts

Visual and Performing Arts

Francesca Ordonez and Carolyn Daher

November 15, 2019

Busy Weekend for the Visual and Performing Arts! If you have time Sunday please come and view Stamford High School, Westhill High School and AITE students exhibit their art work from 1-3pm at the Silvermine Guild in New Canaan. It is on the Norwalk Wilton line so a short drive. The Elephants Graveyard...

Preview: Drama Club Members Discuss ‘An Elephant’s Graveyard’

Preview: Drama Club Members Discuss ‘An Elephant’s Graveyard’

Katherine Forgione and Ava Devlin

November 14, 2019

The drama club will be concluding the run of their fall play this weekend - come see "An Elephant's Graveyard" before it's too late!

James Arthur continues successful music career with new album “You”

James Arthur continues successful music career with new album “You”

Gabe Israel, Staff Writer

November 12, 2019

James, let’s debrief for a moment about your new album. I appreciate the continuation of the acoustic pop tracks you are so renowned for. Often times as a result of major success, pressure from their label, or fear of redundancy, artists stray away from where their true style lies. Although you’ve c...

Joker Movie Checks Most Boxes, But Not All

Joker Movie Checks Most Boxes, But Not All

Vishnu Ramesh, Staff Writer

October 31, 2019

“Some people just want to watch the world burn.” Though Alfred Pennyworth uttered these lines in a completely unrelated movie, he talks about the character of the Joker, the new Todd Phillips’ movie about the beloved Batman villain. Upon first hearing about the movie, I had my doubts. Why w...

Joaquin Phoenix Makes Stellar Debut as Joker

Joaquin Phoenix Makes Stellar Debut as Joker

Jack Zweig, Staff Writer

October 30, 2019

The journey to finding one’s self is an emotional roller coaster faced with near  insurmountable obstacles. In another outstanding film, Todd Phillips’ “Joker”, Arthur Fleck (Joaquin Phoenix) takes this journey.  Fleck is a man in a constant dark cloud who is never happy. He aspires to be a pro...

Stamford High School Welcomes New Music Teachers

Stamford High School Welcomes New Music Teachers

Sofia Sarak, Staff Writer

September 18, 2019

Last June, Stamford High’s chorus and orchestra teacher, Gloria Sinaguglia, completed her final year of teaching after 30 years at the school. During her time here, she taught a wide range of classes, including orchestra, chorus, and piano classes. She is also credited with starting Stamford High’s...

SHS Hosts Annual Art Show

SHS Hosts Annual Art Show

Ivy Zingone, Reporter

June 12, 2019

On May 23, Stamford High hosted the annual art show. Round Table reporter Ivy Zingone was on the scene.

Profile: SHS Rapper Max Parker

Profile: SHS Rapper Max Parker

Mike Echiverri, Reporter

June 5, 2019

Stamford High's own rapper Max Parker talks with reporter Mike Echiverri about his career aspirations.

Third John Wick Film is an Uber-Violent and Satisfying Addition to Franchise

Third John Wick Film is an Uber-Violent and Satisfying Addition to Franchise

Jordan Mendez, Staff Writer

June 4, 2019

WARNING: Don’t take your kids to this movie, some scenes are more brutal than I would recommend for any child. I will expand on this later.  If you’re an action junkie and don’t know about the John Wick movies, you are doing yourself a great disservice. The series not only provides an amazing viewing...

Cobra Kai Delivers a Solid 2nd Season

Cobra Kai Delivers a Solid 2nd Season

Eddie Melfi, Staff Writer

June 4, 2019

WARNING - CONTAINS SPOILERS!   An opening shot with the cliffhanger the show left us in season one kept the loyal viewers on the edge of their seat waiting for the characters to interact and provide the dialogue after years of no contact with each other. You can feel the hatred between th...

Detective Pikachu stunning to the eye, but otherwise an average kids movie

Detective Pikachu stunning to the eye, but otherwise an average kids movie

Mia Zak, Reporter

May 29, 2019

Making its mark as the first western-produced Pokemon movie, Pokemon: Detective Pikachu released in theaters on Friday, May 10. Based off of the 2016 video game of the same name, Detective Pikachu is the first live-action film based off of the prolific Nintendo series, following 21 animated films featuring the...

The Met Gala: Fashion’s Boldest Night

The Met Gala: Fashion’s Boldest Night

Kathryn Zingone, Reporter

May 24, 2019

Every year, hundreds of A-Listers and influential people enter the hustle and bustle of New York City, eager to attend the Met Gala. With each year dedicated to a new theme, the show has become a way for celebrities to push the limits on fashion trends, debuting out-there and eccentric looks. The gala, ...

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