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Brother duo The Bots, set to perform at the Bootleg HiFi

Brother duo The Bots, set to perform at the Bootleg HiFi

Blues-punk-rock duo, The Bots will end their year-long tour with a show at the Bootleg HiFi in their hometown of Los Angeles on Nov. 22. The duo consists of brothers Mikaiah and Anaiah Lei – who will be celebrating his 18th birthday at the show this weekend. “It’s going to be a good show,” Anaiah […]

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French actress and singer creates melancholy jams

French actress and singer creates melancholy jams

Indie rocker Soko turns heads with her cool post-punk style and shares the most vulnerable parts of herself through her somber songs. A young, eclectic audience of eager fans and curious music lovers gathered at American Apparel’s Melrose location on Nov. 13 to see the French musician perform a collection of her melancholy songs. The […]

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Hardcore band The Ghost Inside deliver another solid album

Hardcore band The Ghost Inside deliver another solid album

  by Kristine Malicse, contributor Los Angeles-based hardcore band The Ghost Inside released their fourth album, “Dear Youth,” this past weekend. The album was co-produced by A Day to Remember vocalist, Jeremy McKinnon and music producer, Andrew Wade. “Dear Youth” is an album full of riffs, endless breakdowns and inspirational lyrics. In an interview with […]

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Students embrace fall fashion on campus

Students embrace fall fashion on campus

  contributing reporting by Georgia Simone Levy Beyonce once said, “I woke up like this,” a world-dominating phrase that not only took over the web, but also inspired many to show their fashion as they just woke up. For many students, waking up early for school is already a hassle, especially as we get closer […]

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Assassins Creed: Unity is nothing new for fans of the series

Assassins Creed: Unity is nothing new for fans of the series

by Danny Arriaza, contributor “Unity” is one of the most ambitious games I have ever played, but that ambition is what keeps it from fulfilling its promise of being truly “next-gen.” Set in France during the French Revolution, gamers play as Arno Dorian, a young man who uses wit and brawn to hide the fact […]

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Geek Clash talks Netflix, Star Wars and more!

This week on Geek Clash the trio talks about their random recommendations for just about everything. Lita and Josh tell Trevor what he needs to watch on his new Netflix account. Trevor tries to talk about some “Star Wars” stuff, but can’t seem to stop getting involved in the usual tangents. Geek Clash is available […]

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Latin American festival shines light on several historic female figures

Latin American festival shines light on several historic female figures

Tears run down the face of a young Salvadoran woman wearing a blood-stained white dress as she crouches despairingly in the jungle outside her home village of El Mozote. Silently, she holds back sobs as she wipes away the tears shed at the loss of her husband, son and three daughters. The thought of her […]

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Sundial songs of the week pt. 4

Sundial songs of the week pt. 4

Plenty of things have recently happened in music, and this edition of “Sundial Songs of the Week” reflects the dominance of hip-hop over the last week. Slim Shady showed why he is still the best in the game, the Trap Lord teases his fans for his upcoming mixtape, and a newcomer looks to break through […]

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Geek Clash discuss ‘Interstellar,’ Call of Duty and more!

Geek Clash discuss ‘Interstellar,’ Call of Duty and more!

Geek Clash comes a little late this week, but the trio picks it up with a lively conversation about pizza rolls, chest hair, and Christopher Nolan’s new space epic, “Interstellar.” Trevor also gushes over his love affair with the Call of Duty franchise and talks about Sledgehammer Games’ newest addition, “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.” […]

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Musical legend David Bowie will release a second greatest hits compilation

Musical legend David Bowie will release a second greatest hits compilation

In the year and seven months since the release of the album “The Next Day,” musician David Bowie is back on the musical ship. Following the album’s release, “David Bowie Is” was exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. This year, the documentary “David Bowie: Five Years” was released on Showtime by BBC. […]

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Famed Hollywood hotspot closes its doors after 32 years

Famed Hollywood hotspot closes its doors after 32 years

  Famed Hollywood hotspot Cat & Fiddle announced in late October that they would shut their doors on its Sunset Boulevard location after 32 years, due to a lease dispute. The news comes after a recent announcement by the House of Blues on Sunset Boulevard, saying the landmark venue would have to relocate by the […]

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Parks and Rec. star Amy Poheler, pens first book

Parks and Rec. star Amy Poheler, pens first book

by Kristine Malicse, contributor “Saying  ‘yes’ doesn’t mean I don’t know how to say no, and saying ‘please’ doesn’t mean I am waiting for permission. ‘Yes Please’ sounds powerful and concise.” -Amy Poehler on her book title Amy Poehler’s “Yes Please” is a wonderfully written autobiography and advice book for young women of all ages. […]

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