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First Date at the Symphony by Andrea Burgess

Velvet chairs at the symphony Our seats, first class to fantasy  I was lost, searching for my reflection in song You were alone, awaiting the company of a pleasing melody Our hands inched closer like teens at a movie The soft echoes around us accompanied our show A soundtrack full of crescendo and chord Driving […]

Quaran-tacular Featured Art

My name is Evangeline Vo. I am 15 years old. In my art, I wanted to capture strong feelings of nostalgia and how they make you perceive memories a little bit differently than how things really were.  My name is Bailey Kimsey. I am 19 years old. I wanted to make a piece that tests […]

Two Covid-19 PSAs from Steinbrenner Students

Today, the Echo is featuring Public Service Announcements created by two talented Steinbrenner students, Faith Edwards and Anastasia Gerges. Read a little bit about what inspired each of them, and watch both PSAs right here! Social Distance by Faith Edwards Staying indoors has actually been pretty tough for me. I wanted to do the PSA […]


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Inhuman Nature Podcast

Throughout time, humanity has searched for a voice. We fought, we killed, we suffered. When humanity is pushed they often push back in ways worse than nature ever could. Disaster has a way of bringing out the worst in us. We become demented, horrible, lost in ourselves. Today, these lost voices combine to tell this […]