• About Antonio Tarantino

    If he’s not fixing his hair, he’s probably fixing a car. Antonio Tarantino is in his senior year at Malden High School, but only in his first year of Blue and Gold. Tarantino joined Blue and Gold because he was always interested in journalism, but never got the chance to join the Blue and Gold until this year. Some of Tarantino’s interests are cars, watching comedy movies and hanging out with friends. In his free time, you can find him eating his favorite food, pho. Tarantino looks forward to writing articles for the Blue and Gold and seeing his name in print.

    Malden Public Library Food Drive

    by  • January 11, 2018 • Homepage • 0 Comments

    By Ronald Batista and Antonio Tarantino The annual holiday food drive at the library was another success. The Malden Public Library’s annual canned food drive has once again brought joy and hope to the community of Malden. The drive was run by Tina Vegelante this year. The Food Drive has been taking place annually...

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    Malden High Introduces Chess Club

    by  • November 29, 2017 • Homepage, Local • 1 Comment

    Chess, a historically highly regarded game of strategy, has found its place at Malden High School. On Tuesdays, Malden High School Chess Club meets to compete against each other and practice on bettering their skills in chess. The club includes and accepts both proficient chess players as well as people who would like to...

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    Malden Public Library Hosts Movie Nights

    by  • October 30, 2017 • Homepage • 0 Comments

    If you like books and you like movies, then the library is the perfect spot for you. The Malden Public Library just recently held their monthly Movie Night on thursday october 26. The Malden Public Library usually holds movie night once a month after the school from 3-5. They have been holding movie nights...

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    MHS Builds Tiny House

    by  • September 29, 2017 • Homepage, Local • 0 Comments

    The Tiny House is successful attempt of MHS at working towards and teaching students about a cleaner environment. The project is also a good representation of the capabilities of the wood shop at MHS. The idea of the whole endeavor originally came from Automotive teacher Chris Bazzinotti, and Transitions Coordinator Kelli Collomb. The inspiration...

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