The Poolesville Pulse

The rise of hip-hop, the death of rock and roll

Joe Dwyer, Staff Writer

December 7, 2018

Filed under Arts, Music, News, Opinion, Pop Culture, Recent Posts

Within the world of music, the turn of the century served as a period of transition as hip-hop began to replace rock music as the new genre to be embraced by youth and saturate airwaves. As the genre of hip-hop and rap grows ...

New school year introduces first all-advanced Art class at PHS

Julia Pavlick, Staff Writer and Digital Designer

November 27, 2018

Filed under Arts, News, Poolesville News, Recent Posts, School News, Technology

Beginning this year at PHS, the art curriculum is offering their first all advanced art class, in which all students are AP Studio Art or Studio 2. In the past, when AP Studio Art was offered as a class, very few students...

Glenstone Museum opens new expansion, one school stands out

Julia Pavlick, Staff Writer and Digital Designer

November 6, 2018

Filed under Arts, MoCo News, News, Poolesville News, School News

In past years, the Humanities Program at Poolesville has been creatively enhanced by its visits to the Glenstone Museum, one of the world’s largest private museums, located in nearby city of Potomac. The museum sits on a 230-acre p...

Cafe conversation: Cafe 107 versus Watershed Cafe

Megan Kelly, Staff Writer and Photographer

November 4, 2018

Filed under Food, News, Opinion, Poolesville News, Recent Posts, Student Life

There are two popular choices in Poolesville when it comes to lunch: Cafe 107 and Watershed Cafe. But how do they compare to one another? Five areas of judgement were taken  into account when examining the two establishments: food qu...

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