ALEX STEARNS/ Staff Writer
Theatre Locations: The Civic Center & The Balboa Theatre, Downtown San Diego
KEY: * = The Civic Theatre
3 = The Balboa Theatre
- February: 1st (7:00 p.m.), 2nd (7:30 p.m.), 3rd (7:30 p.m.), 4th (2:00 p.m. & 7:30 p.m.), 5th (1:00 p.m. & 6:30 p.m.)
Russian National Ballet: Sleeping Beauty3
- February: 5th (1:00 p.m.)
Branford Marsalis Quartet3
- February: 10th (8:00 p.m.)
Leonidas Kavakos & Yunja Wang3
- February: 11th (8:00 p.m.)
Cinema @ The Balboa Theatre – Disney’s Little Mermaid3
- February: 12th (1:00 p.m.)
Cinema @ The Balboa Theatre – Breakfast At Tiffany’s3
- February: 12th (5:00 p.m.)
Scott Bradlee Postmodern Jukebox3
- February: 16th (7:30 p.m.)
- February: 17th (8:00 p.m.)
Falstaff by Giuseppe Verdi*
- February: 18th (7:00 p.m.), 21st (7:00 p.m.), 24th (7:00 p.m.), 26th (2:00 p.m.)
- February: 18th (8:00 p.m.)
Under the Streetlamp3
The Legendary Farhad Darya3
- February: 26th (7:00 p.m.)
- March: 4th (2:30 p.m.) & (7:00 p.m.), 5th (1:00 p.m.)
The Tragedy of Carmen by Peter Brook3
- March: 10th (7:00 p.m.), 11th (7:00 p.m.), 12th (2:00 p.m.)
- March: 10th (8:00 p.m.), 11th (2:00 p.m.) & (8:00 p.m.), 12th (1:00 p.m.) & (6:00 p.m.)
Zucchero Black Cat Tour3
Jay and the Silent Bob Get Old3
Malandain Ballet Biarritz: Beauty and the Beast*
An Evening with Neil Gaiman*
Max Raabe and Palast Orchestra3
DANI MIKULICS/Feature Editor
“This time of the year is very busy with Winter sports coming to an end with finals and Spring sports heating up with tryouts and conditioning week,” Coach Gene Morris said.
Coach Gene Morris is typically known as the varsity soccer coach and now he also coaches girls softball.
He informed us that softball tryouts are ongoing all throughout the last week of Feb.
Tuesday Feb. 24, Varsity Boys soccer played against Torrey Pines and lost 7-1 putting their season to an end. Overall they had a great season and were ranked 3rd in the Palomar League Division.
Typically when we think of football we visualize a crowded stadium filled with screaming fans supporting their favorite team. We think of high school football games and crazy student sections cheering for their school. But rarely do we think of virtual football games where the stakes are just as high.
According to Poway High School Quarterback Coach Robert Sevier, “Fantasy Football has become and up and coming trend on the Poway high campus.”
Lately I have been walking around campus and rather than hearing kids rant about Charger results, they are deep into the results of their fantasy games. Even kids that don’t play football have latched on the found fantasy trend,” Sevier explains.
The Poway high blood drive this year will be held on Oct. 24 during regular school hours in k1. Signups are going on now in the senior quad at lunch. This year 15-year-olds and up are allowed to participate. Also doctors note are no longer required for the drive only a parent signature.
“The blood dive is a great way for students to make a real impact on those in need, and even save lives. It is a unique opportunity and should be taken advantage of by everyone who is of age.” Asb President Megan miller said.