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59th Annual Grammy Award recap

59th Annual Grammy Award recap

Logan Crews, opinions writer

February 13, 2017

The 59th Annual Grammy Awards was definitely one for the books. Complete with political statements from established musicians, new artists joining music icons to pay tribute to the past and a witty host bringing elements from his own “The Late Late Show With James Corden,” the awards show has set the tone for the ne...

TKC plays Minecraft

TKC plays Minecraft

Holden Foreman, entertainment editor

March 16, 2016

Welcome to TKC plays, a new entertainment series from thekirkwoodcall.com, in which the staff plays popular video games while giving live commentary. Unlike in other news, what happens next rests entirely in the hands of you, the viewer, via your feedback and suggestions. So, whether you want to learn...

A Missouri winter through the lens of an antique

A Missouri winter through the lens of an antique

Chase Kilby, photographer

January 21, 2016

The year changes, holiday break ends and the cold wind blows through Kirkwood, signifying that winter has begun. Chase Kilby, photographer, walked around KHS and the Kirkwood community to capture winter in action. All photos were taken with an iPhone 4s.  

The best that never was

The best that never was

Reese Anderson, print editor

December 8, 2015

Michael Jordan and Dr. Michael Havener are more alike than you think. Despite a generous difference in height and net worth (Jordan is 6’6” and estimatedly worth $1,000,000,000, according to Forbes), high school played a defining role in their respective athletic careers. Jordan attended Emsley A. Laney High S...

Small businesses, big ideas

Small businesses, big ideas

Gabi Akrap, features writer

March 9, 2015

Trident Clothing TKC: What made you want to start this business? Cole Matheis: We all started doing different things in Mr. Nixon's Start Up class, then continued through Mr. Bunton's Intro to Marketing class, where we started talking about creating our business. While we were figuring out what to do,...

An alarmingly good night’s sleep

An alarmingly good night’s sleep

Daniel Stobbe, web staff

February 3, 2015

Have you ever gotten out of bed feeling horrible? If yes, it’s probably because your current alarm clock doesn’t care how you feel. You can change that with one download. The app Sleep Cycle is the most advanced alarm app on the App Store. Sleep Cycle tracks your sleep night after night, recording...

LitCharts for the long nights

LitCharts for the long nights

Daniel Stobbe, web staff

January 21, 2015

It’s late at night. You are still awake trying to cram for a test the next day and then you realize you were supposed to read a chapter from a book assigned in English class. The app LitCharts can help. LitCharts gives you the power and lets you review books with ease and simplicity while looking at ...

Guess Who: Teacher trademark edition

Guess Who: Teacher trademark edition

Erin Kelly, features writer

January 20, 2015

[playbuzz-item url="https://www.playbuzz.com/erinkelly10/guess-who-teacher-trademark-edition"] How well do you know your KHS teachers? Who wears an ethnic tie daily? Whose calves have been deemed "killer"? Did you know there was a teacher walking among us with CSI inspired glasses? Test your knowledge...

Top art from 2014

Top art from 2014

TKC Staff

December 17, 2014

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