Rockin’ to the beat — Teacher utilizes music talent to maximize student learning

Emily Brown, Copy Editor

April 8, 2011

Filed under Features

Music has always been a big part of world history teacher Matt Beat’s life. He learned to play the piano when he was 8 years old and played the guitar and trumpet in high school. He started writing his own... Read more »

Sit back, relax, rock out: 2 new albums feature ideal tracks to chill with

Odi Opole, Staff Writer

March 9, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Music Reviews

Adele — 21 Striking piano solos. Big sounds and soft tones. That amazing voice. The album, 21, showcases more of Adele’s talent and voice, and fittingly seems... Read more »

Cannibal brings more pop, dance music

Sam Brennan, Ads Manager

December 19, 2010

Filed under Around Blue Valley, Around BV, Entertainment, Music Reviews

I am Cannibal Rawr. The lead in to Ke$ha’s newest album. Ke$ha released her sophomore effort Cannibal on November 22. Cannibal is a fabulous mix of superficial pop music. If you’re wanting to listen to something that is... Read more »

Despite new technology, BV students still enjoy listening to radio

Jordan McEntee, Design Editor

December 10, 2010

Filed under Entertainment, Music Reviews

Freshman Brad Blickhan Station: Mix 93.3 Genre: Top 40 “93.3 has a good mix up of different kinds of music.” Freshman Sarah Cole Station: Star 102.1 Genre: Light Rock/Christmas “It’s... Read more »