Inside the mind of a fanatical foodie April 29, 2011 — by Denise Lin "The best way to execute French cooking is to get good and loaded and whack the hell out of a chicken. Bon appétit." read more » Complaining about complaining April 26, 2011 — by Mac Hyde We have been cited as the most litigious society this planet has ever seen and now we can add one more title. Chief Complainers. Americans complain about everything from the weather to taxes to our food. read more » Complaining about complaining April 26, 2011 — by Mac Hyde We have been cited as the most litigious society this planet has ever seen and now we can add one more title. Chief Complainers. Americans complain about everything from the weather to taxes to our food. read more » Pass the tofurkey, please April 6, 2011 — by Michael Lee Everyday, I see long lines snaking into the cafeteria. Some days, I join the crowd and wait. Other days, however, I stroll over to the “Salads” aisle, pick up a tray, and two minutes and $3.50 later, I have my lunch. read more » It’s not considered creeping if you’re having fun, right? March 4, 2011 — by Megan Benzing Is it totally wrong to just absolutely love staring at people from a distance with complete fascination with their lives? OK, it sounds pretty creepy. But I can’t be alone in taking such joy out of simple people watching. read more » Visa-tine’s Day? Columnist upset at the commercialization of Valentine’s Day February 15, 2011 — by Izzy Albert Chocolates and teddy bears and flowers, oh my! Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, whether you like it or not. Gals, get prepared to watch sappy love movies all night with a gallon of chocolate ice cream by your side, desperately waiting for “the one” to spare you one text or phone call. Guys, unfortunately, you have much higher expectations. Winning your girlfriend’s or crush’s heart requires you to provide her with all of the necessary materialistic items, like jewelry, chocolates (not the kind with fruit inside) and flowers. read more » You did what back in high school? February 10, 2011 — by Megan Benzing “You know, back when I went to Saratoga...”, “During my childhood here...”, “I never had to deal with...”. These are all the typical conversation starters for each time I get told about how high school was so different back in the ‘70s. And I don’t just get this from one parent, I get it from both. Yep, that’s right. Both of my parents went to Saratoga High for high school. read more » Baseball: More than a game February 5, 2011 — by Roy Bisht January 31. For many students, this is just a regular dreadful Monday morning, but for me, it is the beginning of baseball season. read more » Banksy: The brilliant and enigmatic hit-and-run graffiti guru January 16, 2011 — by Anoop Galivanche I had felt very avant garde the day I e-mailed Banksy, the graffiti artist who became an underground cult figure through his work in major metropoli and politically controversial areas. Droves of errant teenagers treat his anarchist graffitis more like shrines of congregation than vandalized walls. read more » Wildcats vs. Falcons under the same roof January 12, 2011 — by Alex Ju My brother is a freshman in high school this year. Chances are, however, that you haven't seen him wandering around campus. Though my brother went to Redwood Middle School, he now attends Los Gatos High School. This strikes a number of people as odd. Why have two siblings attend two different schools? read more » firstprevious...1020304050...130131132133134...140...nextlast Home | News | Sports | Opinion | Columns | Features | Multimedia | Print | About | Terms & Conditions Copyright © 1959 - 2023 by The Saratoga Falcon. All Rights Reserved.