Summer Blockbusters: 2013 Preview

Summer Blockbusters: 2013 Preview


May 17, 2013
Filed under A&E, Movies, Top Stories

The time for the summer blockbusters is among us, and the theaters will be filling up once again. 2012 was one explosive year, and summer 2013 has some pretty large shoes to fill: The Avengers and Dark Knight Rises were among the big winners of last summer. This summer, however, is looking like a... Read more »

Harlem Shakedown

Harlem Shakedown

May 10, 2013
Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

I don't know if there is a single man, woman, or child who uses the internet and hasn't seen a single "Harlem Shake" video.  This web craze that started gaining momentum about a month ago has exploded into a full-blown, global phenomenon.  Harlem Shake videos have surfaced from Australia, China,... Read more »

Ode to Roger Ebert: Writer and Critic

Ode to Roger Ebert: Writer and Critic

Chris Cutolo, Highlights
April 26, 2013
Filed under A&E, Top Stories

On Thursday, April 4th, 2013, we lost one of the most proficient, most intelligent film critics to ever "thumbs up" the newest pictures out on the big screen. He was one of the first journalists to win the Pulitzer Prize for their work, defining the way we currently review and critique the art of film... Read more »

Taking a Lap with Sammons

Taking a Lap with Sammons

Mark Ortiz, Highlights
April 8, 2013
Filed under News, Top Stories

Kingston High School’s very own Chris Sammons, also known as the High School’s varsity swim coach, as well as the club’s coach, is a very intriguing person of interest. Aside from his time in the pool, during school hours, he is known for teaching both a Criminal Justice class for this school year,... Read more »

Sink your teeth into “The Walking Dead”

Sink your teeth into “The Walking Dead”

Christian Karcher, Highlights Staff
February 22, 2013
Filed under A&E, Television, Top Stories

Zombies.  Americans love zombies.  For the past few years zombies have become a heavily followed trend among a huge variety of different people.  Whether it's zombie movies, costumes, books, even specialized ammunition against zombies, it seems impossible in our modern mainstream media to escape talk... Read more »

Band-ing together to win

Band-ing together to win

Caroline Seche, Staff
January 11, 2013
Filed under Top Stories, Uncategorized

Our school is home to an award winning music department, specifically, the Tiger Band. The band took home first place at nationals only last October, under the direction of Stephen Garner and Phil Stephenson. With over two hundred participating students all set out with the same goal (first place... Read more »

Highlights print issue: April 27, 2012

Highlights print issue: April 27, 2012

April 27, 2012
Filed under Top Stories

Here's the April 27 issue of Highlights! [issuu width=420 height=267 backgroundColor=%23222222 documentId=120427122457-77958f457fc14bc898ccadcd877ffda2 name=highlights_april27_2012 username=kingstonhighlights tag=news unit=px v=2]

Linda’s still kickin’

Linda’s still kickin’

Cody Naccarato and Joe Pugliese, Highlights
April 27, 2012
Filed under News, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Linda Still is a teacher. She is a mother, a daughter, a sister, a devoted friend, a colleague, a public speaker, a cancer survivor, a wife, a great help, and a good listener. Still is all of these things now, but she wasn’t always. Still’s life was not a straight path, and lead her to places she... Read more »

Winter Carnival Live Blog 2012

Winter Carnival Live Blog 2012

March 10, 2012
Filed under Top Stories

4:00 p.m.   The Winter Carnival is officially over! At the conclusion of the Winter Carnival the front runner in the Highlights Crowd Favorite award is Fabulous and Thick club. Voting will commence sometime this evening. Go ahead, you can still vote tonight!    3:50 p.m.   3:45 p.m.   It's... Read more »

Let’s get biblical!

Let’s get biblical!

Joe Pugliese, Staff
January 19, 2012
Filed under News, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Bible Club is like an open book. Anyone exploring spiritually, whether Christian based or not, can come for anyone is welcome, according to Suzanne Timbrouck, the advisor of the Bible Club. “I joined the club freshman year,” said junior Anthony Vincent, “because it’s a group similar to... Read more »