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P-CEP Choirs Has Festival Concert

P-CEP Choirs Has Festival Concert

Mary Pettovello, Features Editor

March 31, 2017


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On Tuesday, March 28, the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park Choirs performed in the Gloria Logan Auditorium for their Festival Showcase Concert at 7 p.m. Each year, the choir program participates in MSVMA Choral Festival where each choir is scored, from poor to superior, on their performing and sight...

Bring Me The Horizon in Detroit

Naabia Romain, Reporter

March 30, 2017


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British five-piece Bring Me the Horizon came through Detroit on March 14 for the first time in several years. The American Nightmare tour stopped at the Masonic Temple with Bring Me the Horizon’s alternative post-hardcore sound headlining, and the one and only Underoath along with relative newcomer...

Park Players Present Spring Musical

Park Players Present Spring Musical

Mary Pettovello, Features Editor

March 29, 2017


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On March 17, the Park Players Theatre Company presented their spring musical, “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” in the Gloria Logan Auditorium at Salem High School. Members from the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park orchestra and marching band played along flawlessly with the actors...

Plymouth Canton DIY: The Revival

Naabia Romain, Reporter

March 23, 2017


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Garage bands have always been a social phenomenon, but the do-it-yourself music scene in the Plymouth-Canton area has really found its way into the social culture of P-CEP. Students who are passionate about music have found a way, even with their limited collective resources, to book and fund their shows,...

Listen Up #8

Colby Johnson, Reporter

March 22, 2017


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 Since his emergence at the beginning of the decade, Alejandro Ghersi (a.k.a. Arca) has been known for his experimental music. What made him special from the very beginning is how unpredictable his sound has been; there isn’t any consistency from one album to the next. This holds true with his l...

Listen Up #7

Colby Johnson, Reporter

March 22, 2017


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If you spent this Valentine's Day alone, then artist Thundercat has the song just for you. “Friend Zone,” is a brand new release from his upcoming album, “Drunk,” and frankly, it’s great. It's a funky, revenge song chock full of petty lyrics talking about the frustration of being locked away...

Listen Up #6

Colby Johnson, Reporter

March 22, 2017


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Already known for his experimental music, Dave Longstreth of Dirty Projectors just released a new track entitled “Cool Your Heart,” featuring artist D∆WN. Longstreth wrote the song soon after experiencing heartbreak which is shown in the lyrics which speak of wanting to be with the “right...

Play it Forward Benefit Concert

Madison Taylor, Co-Photo Editor

March 2, 2017


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Music is a way to express oneself in many ways with emotion and passion. On Friday, Feb. 10, at the Plymouth Arts and Recreation Center, a benefit concert called, “Play it Forward,” was held. This project was put together by Salem senior Abbey Sexton and Canton senior Stacey Partain. The girls di...

“The Female of the Species” Book Review

Gagana Borra, Reporter

February 23, 2017


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  In Mindy McGinnis’s book, “The Female of the Species," Alex, Peekay and Jack are seniors in high school with different outlooks on life. Jack is the perfect package: good looks, valedictorian-worthy intelligence and a star athlete. He is dead set on getting a full scholarship to college--his...

Syria and Salaam: My Experience

Noor Khalil, Reporter

February 23, 2017


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Tired and a bit lazy, I hid between two pistachio trees, avoiding the mountain of work calling my name. The sun blazed and the warm winds grazed my cheeks as I sat on the bare earth. Off in the distance, I hear my mom call my name followed by muffled obscenities about my characteristic avoidance to ...

Celebration of Diversity Show Promotes Various Cultures at the Park

Celebration of Diversity Show Promotes Various Cultures at the Park

Megan Pham, Copy Editor

February 3, 2017


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P-CEP’s Diversity Council held their annual Celebration of Diversity show on Jan. 20 in the Gloria Logan Auditorium. The show’s theme, “Once upon a time,” was incorporated in over 15 cultural dances and performances throughout the evening. The Diversity show also offered attendees the opportunity...

Eryn Allen Kane Returns to Detroit

Eryn Allen Kane Returns to Detroit

January 13, 2017


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Raised on the East Side of Detroit, this powerhouse singer comes in a small package. Eryn Allen Kane has impressed the likes of Prince with her strong, soulful voice, as well as performed with him. In addition, she has performed with artists such as Chance the Rapper and lesser known rapper Saba...

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