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Chloe Hand and senior Nick Fernandez star in CCC’s ‘Pippin,’ which was selected to be performed at the statewide thespian festival.Courtesy of Chloe Hand

CCC's Central Stage takes 'Pippin' to Florida State Festival

Clearwater Central Catholic High's drama program, the Central Stage, will make history this year when the cast performs its main stage act, Pippin, at the Florida State Festival March 25-29 at the David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts. This is the first year that Central Stage has showcased the same sho …

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  1. Student stabbed at King High School

    News

    Four girls – two sophomores and two juniors -- were involved in a fight at King High School on the morning of Jan. 30 that left two arrested and two wounded.

  2. CCC's Central Stage takes 'Pippin' to Florida State Festival

    News

    Clearwater Central Catholic High's drama program, the Central Stage, will make history this year when the cast performs its main stage act, Pippin, at the Florida State Festival March 25-29 at the David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts.

    Chloe Hand and senior Nick Fernandez star in CCC’s ‘Pippin,’ which was selected to be performed at the statewide thespian festival.
  3. That's what we said: State of the Union address

    News

    Compiled by Isabel Giovannetti, Robinson High and Heather Finster, St. Petersburg Catholic

    "I thought (the State of the Union) was very interesting. President Obama is a very strong speaker. He gave some very strong ideas, and he was very confident. It seems like he has the tone of someone whose party …

    Matthew Ketchum, Robinson High history teacher
  4. Florida State Fair announces new safety measures due to teen's 2014 death

    Public Safety

    TAMPA — The Florida State Fair Authority ramped up security measures for the fair's annual student day in response to the death of a 14-year-old Riverview boy who was killed after being ejected from the fair last year.

    The State Fair Authority held a media briefing about ramped up security measures this year in light of the death of Andrew Joseph III last year. His father, Andrew Jospeh II, held a sign before the meeting of his son, with the words "I died for a change." Joseph supports the changes, but says it's not enough. Also included are photos of a new Joint Operation Command Center with extra lights and cameras outside of it, and the survellience cameras on the inside.

Caitlin Johnston | Times
  5. Frustration with superintendent MaryEllen Elia bubbled over

    K12

    TAMPA — Surrounded by red-wearing supporters of Hillsborough County school superintendent MaryEllen Elia, Michael Pheneger wondered Tuesday night if School Board members would have the votes to fire her.

    The board terminated Elia’s contract with a 4-3 vote last week. Although Elia had many supporters, some parents and educators criticized her management style and welcomed her dismissal. Board members were careful not to say anything defamatory about Elia’s performance.
  6. Red Print hopes to make its mark in rap world

    News

    In every high school, there are those young people who have dreams of becoming the next Lil Wayne or Drake. At Wharton High, the young men in Red Print have those aspirations, and they are making their dream come true one step at a time.

    The men of Red Print want to make it big in the music industry. Their name spun off the idea of Blue Print and ended up meaning that they wanted to leave their ‘print’ on the world and, well, they like red.
  7. Lakewood High student shreds into All-State Guitar Ensemble

    News

    The murmur of guitar notes can be heard upon opening the door to music teacher Jacob Merrett's classroom at Lakewood High. Senior Paul Santora sits in front of a music stand, guitar in hand, playing a beautiful and complex melody.

    Lakewood senior Paul Santora is the first student from Pinellas County to be selected for the All-State Guitar Ensemble.
  8. Chipotle to give out free food (there's a catch)

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    Who doesn't love free things? Who doesn't love free Chipotle? On January 27th- February 28th you have the chance to receive a free meal of your choice!

    But wait, there's more.

    Chipotle's Burrito Bol can be served as a salad, as shown, or with rice.  This bowl is topped with grilled steak marinated in chipotle adobo, black beans, cheese, sour cream and tomato and roasted chili-corn salsa. Chipotle's burritos come with a choice of meat or vegetables, cilantro-lime rice, a choice of pinto or black beans, salsa, and a choice of cheese or sour cream.  Chipotle is located on Westshore Blvd., across from WestShore Plaza mall.
  9. Super Bowl prediction: Patriots 28, Seahawks 24

    News

    With the NFL playoffs upon us, many around the nation are debating which team will emerge from the slugfest. Countless storylines have been swirling, including whether defending champion Seattle Seahawks will be able to reclaim their title and whether the aging Tom Brady can sustain another deep run in the postseason …

    Russell Wilson of the Seattle Seahawks runs against the Carolina Panthers during the NFC Divisional Playoff game in Seattle earlier this week. Our prediction is that the defending champ Seahawks make it back to the Super Bowl but come up empty.
  10. Sporting spotlight: Sara Varsames

    News

    Sara Varsames never planned on becoming a rower. The Berkeley Prep senior, who recently signed to Duke University, played several sports competitively before trying crew, on a whim, as a sophomore.

    Sara Varsames