The Miter

Where Are Our Lanes?

Hailey Mears, Reporter

April 30, 2018

Filed under Around Town

Seattle’s leaders are working to build a network of connected bike lanes. In Vancouver, cycling numbers are up due to their already existing network. This has caused driving numbers to decrease. And the opposition has largely ...

El Camion Takes Over Laurelhurst

Gigi Gallaudet, Reporter

April 30, 2018

Filed under Around Town

The city’s most iconic Mexican food truck has made its way into Northeast Seattle. El Camion, a chain of Mexican restaurants, both mobile and stationary, has opened a new truck location in Laurelhurst. Located a few blocks from Children’s Hospi...

Merrie Monarch Wins Hearts

Emily Wurdeman, Reporter

April 26, 2018

Filed under Around Town

The Merrie Monarch Festival is held in Kona, Hawaii every year in early April. The festival celebrates hula and every aspect of the Hawaiian culture. The festival honors King David Kalākaua, who perpetuated hula, and the Hawai...

In-N-Out Sparks Debate Between Burger Fans

Derek Loen, Reporter

April 26, 2018

Filed under Around Town

Seattleites are quick to defend their favorite local burger places such as Dick’s and Red Mill, but this has led to some unnecessary bias against In-N-Out burgers.   Over spring break, I was able to visit In-N-Out and try their hi...

Kingdom Come: Deliverance, a Tour through Medieval Bohemia

Jason Knoblich, Reporter

April 26, 2018

Filed under Around Town

The long wait for Kingdom Come: Deliverance finally ended little over a month ago, giving the opportunity for gamers all over the world to play and enjoy this ambitious project by Warhorse Studios. Officially released on Fe...

Odesza is Stealing the Show

Kayla Ponti, Reporter

April 18, 2018

Filed under Around Town

On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, March 29th-31st, Odesza came to perform at the WaMu Theater in Sodo, and there were many students from the Brave community that attended. In an interview, the American electronic music duo,...

Kingdom Come: Deliverance, a Tour through Medieval Bohemia

Jason Knoblich, Reporter

April 6, 2018

Filed under Around Town

The long wait for Kingdom Come: Deliverance finally ended little over a month ago, giving the opportunity for gamers all over the world to play and enjoy this ambitious project by Warhorse Studios. Officially released on Feb...

Joey Kitchen Provides a Promising Range

Gigi Gallaudet, Reporter

March 20, 2018

Filed under Around Town

Joey Kitchen, located in University Village, is a great place to bring a group with diverse tastes. On a lazy Sunday evening, not many restaurants are still alive and buzzing. This is not the case with Joey Kitchen. An establis...

The Anthem For All Relationships

Emily Wurdeman, Reporter

March 19, 2018

Filed under Around Town

LAUV is an American singer-songwriter with seven singles released and two studio albums. The artists birth name is Ari Staprans Leff. He was born in August of 1994, and has been active in the music industry scene since 2015 when...

Japanese Week

Emily Wurdeman, Reporter

March 19, 2018

Filed under Around Town, Brave Life

March 5 - 9 will be Japanese Week at Bishop Blanchet, a week in which we celebrate the Japanese culture and language. For Japanese week 2017, the class made teriyaki and sold it at lunch, while giving the school reflection...

Good Burger Movie Review

Derek Loen, Reporter

March 8, 2018

Filed under Around Town

One of my favorite movies of all time, “Good Burger”, recently taken off Netflix, is still worth checking out for a hilarious film with a heartwarming story.   “Good Burger” is a 1997 Nickelodeon film that starts off wit...

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