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Celebrity deaths in 2016

Celebrity deaths in 2016

Anthony Martinez

January 1, 2017

David Bowie Bowie’s death came as a surprise to many since the musician kept his diagnosis of liver cancer a secret from the public. The 69-year-old glam-rock pioneer died two days after the release of what became his final album, “Blackstar,” on Jan. 10. Alan Rickman Known for his role in the “Harry Potte...

Weekly Editor’s Picks: David Bowie tribute show, Grand Park New Year’s Eve, Rose Parade

Weekly Editor’s Picks: David Bowie tribute show, Grand Park New Year’s Eve, Rose Parade

Anthony Martinez

December 28, 2016

Wednesday 12/28 Battle of the Cocktails @ Baldoria Putting a spin on a Battle of the Bands-type competition, two bartenders will duke it out at this Little Tokyo bar to see who reigns the better drink crafter. The cover charge includes a sample of the drinks made in this battle and some food to go wi...

Breaking the stigma of body modification

Breaking the stigma of body modification

Anthony Martinez

December 7, 2016

Tattoos cover much of her arms, and she has nine piercings on her face alone. She is known by her clients only as “Boge,” a nickname that stuck with 30-year-old Andrea Gonzales since childhood. Gonzales’ fascination with body modification developed during her youth, much to the dislike of her mother. Nestled...

Review: Pokemon Sun and Moon

Review: Pokemon Sun and Moon

Anthony Martinez

November 29, 2016

The Pokemon series was recently brought back to life thanks to the Hawaiian-themed seventh generation set of games that was released two weeks ago. From the get-go, the new Sun and Moon versions of the 20-year-old monster capturing franchise are the most innovative and unique. The usual plotline of...

Weekly Editor’s Picks: Tree lighting, Silent Night Skate Party, Mac and Cheese Smackdown

Weekly Editor’s Picks: Tree lighting, Silent Night Skate Party, Mac and Cheese Smackdown

Anthony Martinez

November 27, 2016

Monday 11/28 L.A County Christmas Tree Lighting @ Music Center Plaza Now that Thanksgiving has passed, holiday tunes, rampant holiday sales and the closest chance Los Angeles has at seeing that a true winter is upon us. The city will hold its own tree lighting with music provided by the Antelope Valley...

Political science professors reflect on election results

Political science professors reflect on election results

Anthony Martinez

November 9, 2016

With the results of the presidential election in and Donald Trump the new president-elect, some political science professors on campus spoke about the electoral upset. During Trump’s campaign, several racist, sexist and homophobic comments were made by the presidential elect that ultimately did n...

Weekly Editor’s Picks: Dia de los Muertos Celebrations, “Sonita” Screening Breeder’s Cup Weekend

Weekly Editor’s Picks: Dia de los Muertos Celebrations, “Sonita” Screening Breeder’s Cup Weekend

Anthony Martinez

November 1, 2016

Wednesday 11/2 Dia de los Muertos celebration @ Self Help Graphics & Art Celebrating the Day of the Dead with this event, Boyle Height’s Self Help Graphics & Art center hosts a Dia de los Muertos art exhibit. The event starts with a march from Mariachi Plaza to Felicitas and Gonzalo Mendez Hig...

Weekly Editor’s Picks: ” Strut Your Mutt, and “Wicked lit”

Weekly Editor’s Picks: ” Strut Your Mutt, and “Wicked lit”

Anthony Martinez

October 20, 2016

Friday 10/21 Pasadena ArtNight | Art Pasadena’s ArtNight celebrates the city’s many artistic venues and even has free shuttles that take people to their next stop on their art tour. The 18 participating venues are also free of charge during this night and include the Norton Simon Museum, P...

National Coming Out Day Celebrated with Variety Show

National Coming Out Day Celebrated with Variety Show

Anthony Martinez

October 14, 2016

Students mingled and watched performers deliver jokes, speak and sing on a blue and purple-lit stage as part of a coming out day celebration in the Northridge Center. The celebration is the Pride Center’s way of acknowledging National Coming Out Day even though the event did not land on the day...

Weekly Editor’s Picks: Literary Death Match, “Halloween” Screening, “Death Becomes Her” Screening

Weekly Editor’s Picks: Literary Death Match, “Halloween” Screening, “Death Becomes Her” Screening

Anthony Martinez

October 10, 2016

Monday 10/10 Evening for Union Station: Homelessness Is No Laughing Matter @ ArcLight Pasadena | Comedy $40 Pasadena’s Union Station Homeless Services puts on this comedy night that benefits the homeless of Los Angeles and the San Gabriel Valley. Among the headlining comedians for this night is N...

Weekly Editor’s Picks: Wiggle Waggle Walk, Surf City Surf Dog

Weekly Editor’s Picks: Wiggle Waggle Walk, Surf City Surf Dog

Anthony Martinez

September 22, 2016

Friday 9/23 Music Tastes Good | Music/Food $25 Long Beach’s Music Tastes Good festival is a three day mix of food and music that ranges from alternative to Latin music. Lineup includes Living Color, Las Cafeteras, Rival Sons and more. 12 p.m. 200 Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802 Feast of San Genn...

Music Mondays: Pop

Music Mondays: Pop

Anthony Martinez

August 15, 2016

Catchy hooks, relatable lyrics and often times, the personal drama of pop stars propel the genre to the top of the charts. With its heavy mainstream appeal and the almost inevitable pop star saturation in other media forms, the musical style nearly overshadows other genres in terms of visibility. Some...

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