The Poolesville Pulse

Midnight Players plan virtual performance during self-isolation

Daniel Tuan, Staff Writer

June 9, 2020

While students and families are staying home during quarantine, that didn’t deter the Midnight Players from performing this spring. The Midnight Players were originally planning on performing “Matilda” before postponing...

Stress Baking: A Yummy Alternative to Worrying

Kendall Griffith, Staff Writer

May 23, 2020

With the Covid-19 pandemic upon us, and uncertainty infiltrating every facet of life, there is common thing that it appears everyone is partaking in: a delicious phenomenon known as “anxiety baking,” a term that entered the popular...

Lack of barber shops leads to rise in DIY haircuts

AJ Poore, Staff Writer

May 23, 2020

Governor Hogan’s closure of all nonessential businesses on Mar. 23 included the closure of all barber shops and beauty salons. Despite recommendations of barbers and hairstylists, people across the state have changed their gr...

Violence surrounds the new Popeyes Chicken Sandwich

Bailee Benna, Staff Writer

December 10, 2019

On Nov. 3rd 2019, Popeyes' all over the world brought back their chicken sandwich for the first time since August. The chicken sandwich has caused many violent breakouts in the United States and even in our home state.  At...

Drama in the Drama Club: The Midnight Players’ Searched for a New Director

Mandy Hsu, Staff Writer

December 9, 2019

The high school theater season is upon us, when what seems like every high school in the county is opening their curtains for their Fall production. This year, the Midnight Players are presenting Miracle on 34th Street, but a l...

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