Montgomery Blair High School's Online Student Newspaper
Saturday, October 21, 2017 10:17 am
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Eve Gleichman

Online Editor-in-Chief
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Stories Authored (36)

Blair parent ISO quillow?

Slam dunk for aspiring poets

Pirates steal the show

PRO/CON: creamy vs. crunchy peanut butter

A chip and a half - first installment

Carell warrants an "Office" party

Pre-season picnic kicks off Thunderbolts baseball

Silver Chips Online wins Pacemaker

Board of Education candidate speaks to Young Democrats

Silver Chips Online named finalist for Pacemaker

State Senate candidate speaks to SGR

Blazer finishes third in Intel Science Talent Search

State delegate candidate speaks to Blair's Young Democrats

Bowfire is smokin'

"First Impression of Earth" isn't quite out of this world

Blair ties New York school for most Intel semifinalists in the nation

All the president's men redux

Follow your nose to the Red Dog Café

"Rent" kicks off a season of love

Sarah Silverman strikes again

A wicked "Harry Potter"

Making the cut

Senior class shirts delayed

Heather Mizeur, top Kerry aide, speaks to Blair Young Democrats

Give us a break!

Weathering the storm

You could have it so much better with Franz Ferdinand

Solid "Plans"

Black's Bar and Kitchen: Off the hook

A "noteworthy "album

"Charlie and the Chocolate Factory": Willy weird

Potter party

The White Stripes deliver

"Aperture" opens eyes

Coldplay remains at square one

Spoon-fed quality

Songs Reviewed (4)

ArtistTrackRating
The ShinsAustralia
4 stars
Justin TimberlakeSexy Back
4.5 stars
Rogue WavePlease Be Kind + Rewind
4 stars
The StreetsWhen You Wasn't Famous
4.5 stars

Galleries (2) Takoma Park Street Festival

Pictures (14)

The Blair Sports Academy (BSA) will implement several changes in the fall, but activities such as table tennis tournaments will continue to be a part of the program.
Freshman Safarah Khan makes a call to a congressman.
Freshman Philip Mallari joins Blazers in the Sudan call-in campaign.
Freshman Philip Mallari joins Blazers in the Sudan call-in campaign.
Security officer John Toombs looks on as a student makes a call to Senator Barbara Mikulski.
Security guard John Toombs looks on as a student makes a call to Senator Barbara Mikulski to plead for action in Darfur, Sudan today during 5B lunch.
Tom Hucker, Executive Director of Progressive Maryland, spoke to Blair's Young Democrats after school on March 21 about his campaign for the Maryland House of Delegates.
The Blair Sports Academy (BSA) will implement several changes in the fall, but activities such as table tennis tournaments will continue to be a part of the program.
Takoma Park Elementary students tend a Hurricane Katrina relief stand in hopes of raising $2000 for their cause. The students made the jewelry and lemonade to hand out in exchange for donations, and raised $1,262 during their previous appearance at the
Takoma Park Folk Festival in September.
Children at the Street Festival line up to receive balloon figures created by this street vendor. This was one of the few donation-based activities dispersed among the food and craft stands at the festival.
Blair junior Brenna Mork exchanges $5 for a crab cake sandwich at the Street Festival. Local food venues like this one lined the sidewalks from 3-5 p.m.
last Saturday, serving hungry customers throughout the day.
The Takoma Park Street festival hosted a variety of food stands from local areas, including this one which
specialized in teriyaki chicken skewers. Neighboring food joints served Middle Eastern, Thai, and Korean cuisine to the thousands of customers who attended the
festival.
The Kennedy Center and the Ministry of Culture of the People's Republic of China put on performances for the month long Festival of China exhibit. Chinese fireworks are displayed near the Kennedy Center to celebrate the Chinese culture.
SGR members Avi Edelman, Elsa Haag and David Fegley distribute scripts for the call-in campaign.