Montgomery Blair High School's Online Student Newspaper
Sunday, July 22, 2018 12:45 pm

Kiera Zitelman

Online Editor-in-Chief
Kiera Zitelman goes by many names and Photo Booth effects. She enjoys being able to drive and representing Kensington. She likes her dog, Sophie, and her human friend of the same name. Kiera owns one-third of a hot dog toaster and one-fourth of a movie poster signed by Kiefer Sutherland, who also shares the first three letters of her name. She shares her birthday with George Clooney and her stellar smile with everyone. Her favorite books are "The Phantom Tollbooth" and "Eloise" (the original one).

Stories Authored (52)

Viva la Slanket!

Arrests end Silver Spring concert

snoWatch: March rages in like a lion

snoWatch: Wintry mixtape

Send Plaxico packing

snoWatch: Winter preview

Boy stabbed in fight at Blair

Arrest made in murder of Tai Lam

Obama wins presidency

A lukewarm Coldplay

Charismatic Catholics

Introducing a new feature

Rogers loses battle with brain tumor

Allegations raised against Richard Montgomery High School principal

Boys' lacrosse falls to Springbrook

Conchords soar on "Flight"

Dirty little secret

SGR sponsors homeless walk

"Leatherheads" stumbles and fumbles

Hummus a tune

Budget cuts prompt changes for Magnet program

Winter sports awards night highlights successful athletes

Take a ride on my "dreamboat"

1894 adds up to success

Silver thinks gold

Whitman whips Blazers

A decent "Cloverfield"

SGA seeking special education representative

Gaithersburg edges Blair hockey

Germantown too hot for Blair hockey

Young Democrats sponsor voter registration

Mike Gravel

Dennis Kucinich

Barack Obama

Bill Richardson

Blazers overwhelm Bengals

State Superintendent's term extended four years

Rockets melt Blazers

A haven from a hostile world

The Swell Season delivers in America

Run away from "August Rush"

D'you know "Juno"?

Blazers reign over Northwest in first round of playoffs

From Paraguay, with love

U.S. women's soccer team finishes third in FIFA World Cup

High school Democrats hold kick-off event

The other Montgomery Blair players

Blazers silence Wolverines

Shakespeare's "A Comedy of Errors" to be Blair's winter play

Politicians unleashed on the Internet

"Ratatouille": compliments to the chef

Moose, Kevin

Songs Reviewed (1)

The TeenagersStarlett Johansson
3 stars

Galleries (4) Spicy hummus

Pictures (34)

AP World History teacher James Mogge lets his students use tape, gluesticks and scissors to put worksheets into their notebooks, but he might find a few pairs missing.
Many CAP PostSecrets involve romance in libraries, darkrooms and the television studio.
This senior avoided doing a major CAP assignment.
An anonymous CAP senior submitted this secret to the CAP yearbook.
Hummus is an Arabic word, but it is enjoyed around the world.
Hummus is best when eaten with pita bread (and friends).
The cayenne is the spiciest of the spices.
Add the cumin.
A half of a lemon should yield about a tablespoon of juice.
Add olive or canola oil to the chickpeas.
Open the chickpeas.
Cafe 1894's breakfast and lunch front dining area is a popular morning hangout.
Cafe 1894's picture window looks out onto Armory Avenue in downtown Kensington.
Many Blazers attended the annual Washington Auto Show for five days of cool cars and local celebrities.  
The Chevrolet Volt, a plug-in hybrid, has a cord extending from behind the left front wheel to charge the car.
Volkswagen offered its 2009 Beetle Convertible.
Next to the futuristic, luxury Lamborghinis, a vintage Mustang drew attention.
Several vintage Ford Mustangs were found in the Mustang Display, sponsored by the National Capitol Region Mustang Club.
The new Mini Clubman stays true to Mini's racing heritage with a checkerboard pattern in the trunk.
Next to a giant obstacle course dubbed "Camp Jeep," the Jeep Trailhawk concept drew several onlookers.
Hummer showed off its H2 at a sharp angle.
The Washington Post sponsored a Guess the Mess contest, in which contestants guessed the make and model of the junked car.
Ford brought along a fuel cell powered Fusion racecar.
In the vintage showcase, this flamed Ford Fairlane drew many show attendees.
The Buick Enclave was halved to show its interior space.
Toyota unveiled the redesigned Matrix prototype, which will debut in March of this year.
Junior Lindsay Brewer leads a discussion with the Young Democrats about what issues to focus on for this year.
Social studies teacher Kevin Moose brings his experiences from around the world into his daily lessons.