Montgomery Blair High School's Online Student Newspaper
Wednesday, July 18, 2018 4:23 pm

Nicholas Shereikis

Grand Vizier
"Did you hear about the rose that grew from a crack in the concrete? Proving nature's laws wrong, it learned to walk without having feet. Funny it seems, but by keeping its dreams; it learned to breathe fresh air. Long live the rose that grew from concrete when no one else even cared." -- Tupac Shakur

Stories Authored (47)

I don't want to talk about it

Picking a bone with David Trone

Blazers start clothing business

Superintendent and SMOB answer questions at Blair

Major key alert

FIFA elects new president

Grade organization app Edline Helper takes MCPS by storm

Teachers react to elimination of final exams

The Teal Pumpkin Project

There's never next year

Questioning the Blazer

Committing to commitment

For the good of the game


Blazers wilt against Warriors

Blazers better Bengals

Blazers crush Cavaliers

Blazers destroy Knights

Blazers blast past Knights

Blazers get conquered by the Wildcats

Boys Lacrosse succumbs to Blake

Blair girls' lacrosse weathers the storm against Springbrook

"Fiddler on the Roof" brings down the house

International news roundup for Apr. 23 to Apr. 27

Blair demolishes Kennedy

The monotony of monogamy

Blazers report racial profiling by staff

Blazer baseball on long-term rain delay

Whitman tramples over Blair

Boys' lacrosse falls to the Cougars

Extra time

And the award goes to…

"Kingsman: The Secret Service" takes the throne

"Night at the Museum 3: Secret of the Tomb" shows signs of life

Missouri reacts to grand jury’s decision on Darren Wilson

A promising start

Manchester United poised for a top four finish

Blackwater guards convicted in Iraqi shootings

Friends, Soccer—and Swish!

America faces biggest threat since the Red Scare

Darren Wilson likely to escape punishment

Blair crew thrown off schedule

Blair varsity football demolishes Springbrook

Blair cross country sees a huge increase in student participation

A purely political effort

"A Most Wanted Man" leaves you wanting more

Malaysia Airlines flight 17 shot down over Ukraine

Galleries (2) St. Louis, Missouri

Pictures (22)

Waka Flocka recently released a campaign video.
 Local shops boarded up windows and painted signs in opposition to the decision.
Protests begin in St. Louis.
People stop to take pictures with the window art.
A woman stops to read messages painted on boarded up shop windows in St. Louis, MO.
A woman stops to read the messages painted on the boarded up windows of local shops in St. Louis, MO.
Rooster boards up its windows.
Messages of peace and hope for change are everywhere.
Every message painted provides a positive outlook for the future.
Stores make the best of the situation.
The St. Louis Post Office sports one of the most detailed images in the area.
"Celebrate a community that favors diversity."
Artists of varying talent came out to support their community.
Some stores used the opportunity to advertise their businesses, while others protested the decision.
Artwork outside of Rocket Century in St. Louis, MO.
Despite being boarded up, many stores remained open to the public.
Tree House boarded up it's windows in anticipation of riots.
Local artists volunteered to paint over boarded up shop windows.
Okombi shows off his trademarked 'Swish!' move