On Feb. 10 Shirley Temple Black, the former child movie star of the 1930s, died of natural causes in her home in California at the age of 85. Shirley Temple was often referred to as the “darling of the Depression” and won the hearts of millions through her dancing, acting, and singing in just under 50 films by the time she was ten years old.
This year’s spring musical at LGHS is All Shook Up. The show takes the hits of Elvis Presley and creates a storyline linking them together, putting the songs in different arrangements.
The Bunkasai festival is put on by the Japanese Honor Society (JNHS) clubs from both LGHS and Cupertino High School and celebrates Japanese culture as well as raises money for typhoon relief in the Philippines.
by El Gato News All Shook Up opens March 7th! Get your tickets at http://www.lghs.net
Two of the featured readers at CB Hannegan’s Open Mic night and shared their work for you to see!
El Gato News analyzes the cultural influences of the Disney princess movies.
Today’s most prestigious rap icons consist of Juicy J, Lil Debbie, Iggy Azalea, Kreayshawn, A$AP Rocky, and of course, LGHS’s finest, Yung JB. Ever since junior Jordan Brown was “yung” she would constantly jot down her ideas as lyrics and poems in her favorite Hello Kitty journal.
A simple game of chess triggers the murder of an innocent man in Dublin.
January 12th marked the 13th anniversary of the No Pants Subway Ride in many countries.
The Cygnus cargo ship arrives at the International Space Station with multitudes of belated Christmas gifts.