Last month, Barron Collier had its annual Shakespeare competition in which students had to memorize a 20 line monologue and a sonnet. Click here to watch a parody trailer advertising the event.
As I headed to Cafe Normandie, I didn’t know what to expect. My first taste of French food had not gone over well; I had the misimpression that all French food is drowned in butter and cream and is an excuse for Americans to go off their diets.
Cafe Normandie defied my expectations.
Yesterday, my dad told me that dinner had been prepared by his housemate for some friends from Lithuania and me. After I finished my AP Microeconomics “Webinar”, I cautiously walked to the dinner table to see what meal awaited me…
The ’11 Barron Collier Drama Club proudly presents… Rehearsal for Murder. Click here to watch the trailer for our latest production.
Barron Collier has a longstanding tradition of not allowing flowers to be delivered to school. Click here to watch a video explaining why.
Tom kha gai (translated literally to mean chicken galangal soup), incorporates so many contrasting flavors that it can be intimidating for a new chef. When I first tasted tom kha gai at a Thai restaurant, I was so inspired that i wrote the following passage about its flavors…
Every year, I eagerly look forward to New Year’s Eve. Not for the typical reasons; but for food, mochi, and quality time spent with my one and only family (isn’t that corny enough to be on a greeting card!?!)
Now- after to years of scientific research conducted via the world’s most accurate encyclopedia (Facebook), I have concluded that the typical New Year’s celebration consists of the following 9 stages…
“Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!”
… What a beautiful moment. I now have the ability to instantly edit words, publish them on a website, and show them to the world… or at least the 2 family members which actually will read this (HI MOM!)