Not many have heard of the vintage music store Johnny’s. With an array of posters, records, and Tees, it’s the perfect place to find all sorts of band paraphernalia. So put down your iPod, dig out the turn table, and head to Johnny’s for some vintage music.
All of the what-to-dos and where-to-goes for all of those students who forgot to stock up on their school supplies. Read more to see what the local stores can offer!
From unicycle-riding physics teachers to English teachers with British accents, the new recruits to the DHS teaching team are as intriguing as ever. Read on to see who might be teaching you in the future!
As another school year rolls in, students may already be feeling their teacher’s love through the constant gifts of four-page questionnaires and endless handouts. But now students can respond showing their love for nature by recycling all this deadweight paper. Read the facts to learn how to go green.
Yoga is growing in popularity among students, but do you know the correct rules? Come and see the do's and don'ts of this centuries-old practice, which is also a great antidote for back-to-school stress.
Back-to-school doesn't mean much for the Post 53 team who never get a summer or holiday off. The new team is ready to go to keep the tradition of emergency response excellence. We talked to the new officers about their plans for 2010.
We've all seen people in different situations that make it hard for us to relate to them. Sometimes you just can't follow your mom's advice to "imagine that you're in his shoes." 30 Days, the TV show with a possible fourth season coming out, is changing that, with swap-lives stories for the whole world to experience.
As Neirad Enilno takes a journey back to 1990, a dramatic schedule change drew great attention. Back to the present-day, DHS has adopted another brand new schedule, including a fourth lunch shift. Teachers 20 years ago were not pleased with the changes, so is this any indication of how the school will react to this year's changes?
Could this be the year that Darien High School Football finally trumps New Canaan? Is this the season that the program takes the next step to greatness in the state? With a strong group of returning players, and a key coaching switch on defense, Blue Wave football has never looked so promising.
One of the most popular remedies to the hot summer's heat is to cool down with a serving of frozen yogurt. Tasti D-Lite is one of the newest chains to come to Darien, and it has attracted lots of fans to its door. But is the frozen yogurt just as good as the hype? Neirad Enilno investigates whether Tasti D-Lite lives up to the expectations.
All DHS commuters have felt the overwhelming effects of the ridiculously long drop off line in the mornings. Neirad’s Shelby Penfield has the latest on how to avoid the traffic and possible changes for the 2010-2011 school year.
Students have classes they dread - those courses there is no option since it is a graduation requirement. But kids can build those blocks of time into the day filled with classes they love – the electives each student is excited to attend. Here are some of the top choices.
Sophisticated, sleek, and affordable; these are the words to describe Mr. Gentile’s car. His Subaru Impreza WRX matches the performance of BMW and many other German rivals, with half the price. Neirad just had to take a look at this undervalued gem in this month’s “Hot in the Lot”.
How many people actually go to see their guidance counselors during their frees? You could probably count that number on your left hand. Mrs. Webb-Maloney shares her reasons why coming to guidance may help you more than you think - even if you just want to pop a few questions about college choices.
Wouldn't it be great if there was an upperclassman who not only won't tease you about being an underclassman, but would also help you get a good grade on your paper or essay? This year, thanks to the newly resurrected Writing Center, you'll have a whole team of upperclassmen at your service. Read on to see how you can take advantage of this new feature at DHS..
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