Ashley Salinas Former Staff

Ashley is a senior this year. This is her first year on the Bark staff. She is proud to be partially Mexican, Irish, Greek and a bunch of other stuff. Her favorite food group is dairy, with her least favorite being meat (go veggies!). Her favorite interview that she has had the privilege to participate in was with the San Francisco Giants and she even got a one-on-one interview with Buster Posey.

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The Call

One call you should miss

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One call could change your life. One call changed my life – and I want my money back. In The Call, Jordan Turner (Halle Berry) is a 911 operator who gets a call she never expected. Things go wrong on a call when Turner redials the phone of a hiding girl and gives away her […]

Video: Night of Blues

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As the Redwood Jazz band takes to the stage for the annual night of blues, Ashley Salinas explores the history of the event and how it started.

Melissa McCarthy plays the Identity Thief, who turns Sandy Patterson's life upside down.

Identity Thief steals the top spot

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I wasn’t expecting much from Identity Thief. I thought I was in for another movie where two characters who start off as arch nemeses end up falling in love, providing the audience with some humor on their march to the altar. So I was happily surprised when the movie turned out not to feature two […]


Teen DUI rates double in a year

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The numbers are in, but the California Highway Patrol doesn’t quite know what to make of them. The number of DUI arrests made by the Marin CHP of teens 18 or under doubled in 2012 compared to the year before, despite the CHP’s efforts to educate the public of the consequences. In 2012, the CHP […]

Video: Student Voice – Superbowl edition

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The Niners take on the Baltimore Ravens in this year’s Superbowl. Find out what Redwood students think about the big game.


Writers strike out on Hall of Fame ballot

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Swing, and a miss! The Baseball Writers Association of America failed to hit the mark on Wednesday, Jan. 9, by not electing anyone to the Hall of Fame class of 2013, despite having the all-time home run leader and a 354-game winner on the ballot. This year’s ballots held extra controversy due to the first-time […]


iPad 4 comes with no major changes

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Apple’s launch of the iPad with Retina display flew undeservedly under the radar when it debuted alongside the iPad mini on Nov. 2, 2012. The iPad with Retina display, the fourth generation iPad, but the second generation with retina display, is overall very impressive. The iPad with Retina display is available now in stores in […]


Students stand out with homemade Halloween costumes

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Although a majority of the student body was out with a mysterious and sudden illness on Halloween, many of the students who did attend school came dressed up for the holiday. Some students took their costumes to the next level, sporting disguises that they’d made themselves, despite the low audience turnout. Senior Katie Woolard, who […]

Technology proves detriment to kids

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Bing! That’s the sound of the latest smartphone going off as an incoming text message arrives. The glow of the phone’s screen lights up the inside of a plastic princess castle as the eight-year-old checks her phone to see what juicy gossip has just arrived. “OMG did u no that Sarah and Johnny r going […]


Blue Angels fleet soars over Bay Area

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Fleet Week in San Francisco wrapped up with air shows by the Blue Angels on Saturday and Sunday. In addition to the Blue Angels, Fleet Week featured other air shows as well as a parade of ships that ranged from amphibious assault carriers to fireboats.