The field show of the Marching Lions this year is called “Tribal Affect,” which is unique because it is out of the box when compared to past shows by the Lions.
The fair is a great opportunity for marching bands to perform in front of crowds not in attendance to see a football game, but rather to admire the music ability of high school students.
Junior Drum Major Anna Lorenzen said, “Band day is fun to show everyone our musical quality, instead of our marching.”
Bands perform their shows by standing in an arc along the track, while the color guards perform on the stage
This year, band day begins at 2 P.M. September 8, and as senior bass guitar player Abi Dodge says, “It is a festival of awesome.”
By Ben Logan
Dreading the first day of school is natural for most teenagers. In fact, a lot of students dread school in general. Cons outweigh the pros by a wide margin...but there is one plus that many people can look forward to and that is the abundance of both new and old television series beginning to air in the fall.
Kicking off in early September, the season of “TV” welcomes a variety of brand new, returning, or otherwise familiar shows, ranging from dramatic openers, raunchy/quirky comedies, and the all but familiar action-packed thrillers. It leads one to believe that there is practically something for everyone.
Networks such as ABC (Lost), NBC (30 Rock), Fox (Fringe), and CBS (Big Bang Theory), are looking to uphold their reputation as big-time TV studios, and are sure to bring the best to the table this year.
Among the 20+ shows premiering this fall, quite a few stand out as curiously interesting pieces. The Goldbergs from ABC, is one of them. Starring Jeff Garlin and Wendy Mclendon-Covey, the Goldbergs revolves around an average American family living in the heightened scene of the 1980s. As a sitcom, it may spark a familiar feel to that of the wildly successful That 70’s Show whereas the same approach is used to evoke the viewer’s interest.
Hailing from Fox, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, another comedy, also seems to show some promise. Brooklyn Nine-Nine dwells into a wild, out of control New York police department where a young, immature detective gets a surprising wake-up call from a newly transferred, no-nonsense captain.
Featuring an all-star cast of Andy Samberg, Terry Crews, and Andy Braugher, any fan of raunchy comedy should be sure to check it out when it premieres on September 17.
Other eye-catchers include Lucky 7, a drama from ABC that follows a group of poor N.Y. car wash employees that win the lottery jackpot, as they face the many challenges presented from it.
Believe, a brand new sci-fi series set in the future, where a young death row inmate agrees to protect a small girl with psychic abilities to prevent others from using her powers for evil, premieres on NBC in early 2014.
Finally, the return of Whose Line Is It Anyway, from CW. A comedy starring Ryan Stiles, and Wayne Brady where the cast members make fun of each other while following crazy comedy skits supplied by the audience, already airing episodes as of late July.
Whether someone may be wanting to cure a heavy case of boredom, have a few laughs, or be engulfed in a heart-pounding “didn’t see that coming” twist, there should be a little something for everyone to get sucked into this fall.
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