Spartan Times

From Attucks Eagles to Hollywood Hills Spartans – An Original Hills’ Production

Kateryna Miroshnichenko, Staff Writer

May 6, 2019

Earlier in the year, members of the “72 Club”- students who attended Hollywood Hills as freshmen in 1972- came to talk to us. They told us the story; the story of how it was like to be a student in brand new Hollywood Hills in 1972. Only ...

xXx Return of Xander Cage Review

Ivan Rapallo

March 7, 2017

  Xander Cage was an interesting movie to say the least. Budgeting at 85 million dollars they had a lot to work with, now before I get into anything this article may contain spoilers so if you want to watch the movie ...

100 Capacities of the Brain

Danielle Mizrahi

March 7, 2017

  Do we humans only use 10% of our brain? Or is it just a myth? Have you ever watched the movie Lucy? If you haven’t, you must! A movie based on a woman named Lucy played by “Scarlett Johansson” has been kidn...

Sci-Fi and Fantasy Club

Jacob Bell

December 6, 2016

A brand new club has surfaced onto our schools activities list. This club is headed by the temporary club President and Founder Jacob Bell. The club has a $10 admittance fee to be a full member, due to club expenses and anythi...

‘Hamilton: The Revolution’ Races Out of Bookstores, Echoing the Musical’s Success

Alexandra Alter(New York Times)

May 10, 2016

Getting into “Hamilton” these days requires either deep pockets — for tickets on the secondary market — or high-level connections. This hip-hop musical about Alexander Hamilton, which on Tuesday picked up a record 16 Tony nominations, is sold...

2016 Tony Award nominees! Hamilton sets Broadway record with 16 nominations in total

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May 3, 2016

Best Play Eclipsed The Father The Humans King Charles III Best Musical Bright Star Hamilton School of Rock—The Musical Shuffle Along, Or the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed Waitress Best Revival...

The C.E.O. of ‘Hamilton’ Inc.

Michael Sokolove(New York Times)

April 11, 2016

As the lead producer of the hit musical “Hamilton,” Jeffrey Seller straddles a divide between art and commerce. In his appearance and manner, he takes pains not to come across as a suit, the money guy in a bohemian world of waite...

After the Broadway Show, a Trip to Hamilton’s Grave

J. Courtney Sullivan(New York Times)

March 7, 2016

The tranquil graveyard at Trinity Church is tucked into an otherwise bustling commercial corner of Lower Manhattan. Inside its gates, weatherworn headstones — some dating from the 1680s — stand in the shadows of skyscrapers. A...

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