Heritage’s brass choir recently performed at the candlelight walk in downtown Littleton. On Friday November 25th, the group set up on the corner of Main Street and Sycamore Street to play for the Littleton community.
Liquid nitrogen. A staple in the realm of science. But now, it is becoming a staple in the world of food science. Denver now has a local dessert shop that incorporates liquid nitrogen into their dishes in front of your eyes. Recently, teenagers around the country have been infatuated by the idea of these treats that steam from the mouth. A few people at Heritage have visited the Inventing Room recently.
Created by Charlie Brooker, season three of “Black Mirror” is a new high, for not only the quality of programming on Netflix, but also in terms of the nuanced social commentary that makes the show so great.
Concert band practices Monday, Wednesday, Friday all year long and students are expected to practice outside of class as well. This huge effort culminates in a concert designed to bring the school community and families together during the holidays over their passion for music.
Night at the Museum is an annual event held in Denver on the first Saturday in November from 5 pm to 11 pm.
Over the weekend of December 1-3, Thespian Troupe 3759 travelled to the Colorado Thespian Conference to compete and learn about all things theatre.
On December 1 through December 3, Heritage’s own Thespian troupe #3759 traveled to the Convention Center in Downtown Denver for this year’s Thespian Conference (ThesCon), as they do every year. However, though students who have never had a part in the theater may have heard about ThesCon. they might not have any idea what it really is.
As theater season came to its first big production of the year, Rumors, it brought about a mood of optimism for many involved in putting on school plays. This play, written by Neil Simon, was much more lighthearted than previous productions, and in turn, appeared to be much more fun for cast members.
Poetry. It’s a way for writers to speak their mind in a creative, fun way. In the sixth annual LPS poetry slam, five students represented Heritage. The night was full of crying; crying from laughing and crying from the broken lives people spoke about.
Nostalgia, hard-hitting lyrics and a classic punk-rock rage fuel Green Day’s newest album Revolution Radio to new, yet oddly familiar heights.