Soloists for the Richey Community Orchestra’s performance of “Messiah,” from left: Samuel Hild, Hannah Mae Schmidtke, Dawne Eubanks and Lothar Bergeest. Richey Community Orchestra

Your tb-two* high school bulletin board for April 17

CHAMBERLAIN HIGH cli·che: The philosophical thinking faces of the Chieftain newspaper staff just get deeper and deeper as the year progresses. Junior Andrew Fatzinger contemplates the editor's claims of his basketball story having a cliched introduction. Remember guys, starting that essay with a definition is not o …

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  1. THEY LOVE THEIR JOBS: Panera cashier, lifeguard

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    Shae Timmons Academy of the Holy Names senior

    Academy of the Holy Names senior Theresa Lopez works at the West Shore Panera Bread.
  2. Your tb-two* high school bulletin board for April 17

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    CHAMBERLAIN HIGH

    cli·che: The philosophical thinking faces of the Chieftain newspaper staff just get deeper and deeper as the year progresses. Junior Andrew Fatzinger contemplates the editor's claims of his basketball story having a cliched introduction. Remember guys, starting that essay …

    Soloists for the Richey Community Orchestra’s performance of “Messiah,” from left: Samuel Hild, Hannah Mae Schmidtke, Dawne Eubanks and Lothar Bergeest.
  3. HE LOVES HIS JOB: AMC operations supervisor

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    Joe McQuade East Lake High senior

    Joe McQuade, East Lake High senior and supervisor at AMC Woodlands in Oldsmar, double-checks the schedule for employees.
  4. Shock value: What do you think of this video?

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    We've all seen public service announcements about the dangers of texting while driving, but this one may make a bigger impact. At least that's the hope of the U.S. Department of Transportation and the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, which produced it. Let us know what you think of …

  5. Two perspectives on the new nerds

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    Twenty years ago, you weren't a nerd unless you'd lost your Paladin to an Orc critical strike in Dungeons and Dragons. Nowadays, you can label yourself a nerd after watching a single superhero movie. While nerds find themselves more socially acceptable in today's society, they may also find that their newfound social …

  6. So you think you're a real nerd? See if you qualify

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    So you've watched a few episodes of Game of Thrones or Naruto and you think you're hot geek stuff huh? Sorry pal, you'll have to do a little more to earn the title of "Hardcore Nerd." In order to qualify as a real nerd, you'll have to have:

  7. 10 tips to know before you go to comic cons

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    As comic conventions are growing in popularity, the list of potential problems that could befall you while at one is, too. These events are blissfully overwhelming, and even the most zealous of nerds can benefit from some advice for their first con. Here are 10 tips from a con vet to make your experience the best it can …

  8. Quiz: What's your Prom with a Pop theme?

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    Is your glittery prom dress hanging on your closet door? Your silver tuxedo ready? As much a rite of spring as the explosion of azaleas, high school proms are blooming all around Tampa Bay. tb-two* has been featuring prom stories these past weeks, choosing our fashion inspiration from pop culture references. Take this …

  9. Seven quirky wonders of Central Avenue in St. Pete

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    Some of the most random, unique and incredibly cool places in Florida can be found tucked away on St. Petersburg's Central Avenue. You could spend an entire day sifting through old records, gazing at amazing art and eating the most diverse foods. If vintage is your thing, you will appreciate these seven wonders of …

    It’s worth seeking out Central Perks, which has Friends in mind with eats like the Joey Italian sub.
  10. Street art is sweet on St. Pete's Central Avenue

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    St. Petersburg is home to some of the best street art in the world, if you know where to look. The alley to the north of Central Avenue between Sixth and Seventh streets has been transformed into an extraordinary gallery space. In this unlikely location, some of the city's most talented and unsung artists display their …

    Jacob Skilton, left, Sammy Niven, Hanna Kenyon and Sydney Merritt tour the artful alley.