By James Bastone The Seafood Grill, a new restaurant in Armonk located at 465 Main Street, is a home run that will be here to stay. The restaurant, which serves Japanese-inspired seafood, lives up to its slogan: “Dock to Dish.” The restaurant is extremely proud of its Sunday brunch menu, as well as being host to one of the only raw bars in the area. … Continue reading The Seafood Grill – Armonk’s Newest Restaurant
By Zoe Daniel Have your heard of Byram’s phenomenal Mock Trial team? While not the most well known club, they have accomplished great success and are worthy of praise! The Byram Hills Mock Trial Club is part of the larger Mock Trial organization. Mock Trial is a nationwide competition in which schools debate against one another over the same case. Students act as lawyers and witnesses and emulate the … Continue reading The Mock Trial Team’s Successful Season!
By Kallie Hoffman School should be a forum to acquire an increased understanding of topics in the world, to be able to apply skills and knowledge toward higher education and future occupations and to simply enjoy learning and growing as a person. Sadly, it has increasingly become a place that children fear, because there is anxiety awaiting them at some test or quiz every day. … Continue reading To Test, or Not to Test – That is The Question
Bobcat TV is delving into studio Livestreaming and their first segment will be focused on hall monitor Harry Malles. Did you know that Harry Malles is a professional sports photographer and photographs Ohio State’s Varsity Boys Soccer? Did you know Harry Malles is a train enthusiast? Did you know he likes grilling? Well, you might have known that grilling is his thang, but you might … Continue reading Bobcat TV Interviews Harry Malles LIVE!
By Merry Mayers As we are well into spring, many New Yorkers are starting to reflect on the warm winter. During the most brutal days of winter in New York, temperatures may fall below zero, and the snow may accumulate up to twenty inches. Despite past statistics, the last few winters have been getting increasingly warmer with less and less snow, strongly supported by data … Continue reading Is Global Warming the Reason Behind this Year’s Strange Winter?
By Hailey Jacobs Last month, freshmen and sophomores were selected by their English teachers to attend the Young Authors Conference, which was held at Westchester Community College. This event offered the students the opportunity to develop writing skills, as well as collaborate with other students from schools throughout Westchester. Attendees chose the workshops they wanted to participate in; each one involved a different skill regarding creative writing. For … Continue reading BHHS Students Attend Writing Conference
By Nolan Sanders As the spring sports season begins, thirteen different teams are working tirelessly to reach their specific goals. These teams include the boys and girls varsity and junior varsity lacrosse, varsity and junior varsity baseball, varsity softball, varsity and junior boys tennis, boys and girls track, and boys and girls golf. The spring season is unique in that it is easily the shortest … Continue reading Spring Sports Overview