The Sundial

Dethklok brings metal and laughs to the Palladium

Marla Schevker November 23, 2009

When I first heard that Dethklok and Mastodon were going to perform at the Palladium on November 20, my first question was: How does a cartoon band play a show? Dethklok is a fictional band featured...

Gwar show brings intergalactic metal

Marla Schevker November 10, 2009

Although many people have very serious jobs, none are more imperative to the survival of the human race than Oderus Urungus. Not only is he the lead vocalist of the intergalactic metal bad Gwar but he...

Soul band shows honesty, passion through their music

Marla Schevker November 9, 2009

Although most artists try to portray honesty and truth in their music, the band Like Trains and Taxis takes this one step further in their blog. They started it to gain a rapport and provide fans and potential...

Unique sound comes to the Mint

Marla Schevker October 21, 2009

With soulful music and meaningful lyrics, Jonah Smith has a lot to offer to music. By bringing together a strong guitar and expressive voice, his music is definitely not a miss. Jonah Smith will be...

Big Show 9 promises to be better than the past

Marla Schevker October 1, 2009

Big Show 9 is coming up, this Saturday, Oct. 3, at noon. There, students can see Lupe Fiasco and Jeremih perform on the CSUN campus, as well as a lot of other activites that will be going on. Audrey...

Band performs Saturday Sept. 19 at the Knitting Factory, exudes a personality that makes the show great

Marla Schevker September 22, 2009

When I first heard We Shot The Moon’s new CD, “A Silver Lining”, I wasn’t too impressed. They sounded like All American Rejects meets Something Corporate meets The Starting Line meets The Academy...

Rockin’ out at the Sunset Strip Music Festival

Marla Schevker September 14, 2009

SSMF Street Fest Saturday, Sept. 12, was the Sunset Strip Music Festival’s (SSMF) Street Fest. I think the best way to describe the show is to say it was completely epic. As lame as that...

Sunset Strip Music Festival

Marla Schevker September 9, 2009

With the Sunset Strip being a place of historical significance for so many bands in the music scene, it only made sense to Todd Steadman (executive director for the Sunset Strip Business Association)...

Disney shows of today lack substance

Marla Schevker April 27, 2009

The Disney Channel has been a source of good TV for children since 1983. It hasn't only been revolutionary in its work with cartoons and feature films, but has also created worthwhile and educational programming...

New recreation center to open fall 2011

Marla Schevker November 20, 2008

Construction for a $70 million recreation center is scheduled to begin in the summer of 2009 and expected to open as soon as the fall semester of 2011. The building is set to be upwards of 100,000 square...

Gay community reacts with disappointment to Prop. 8

Marla Schevker November 5, 2008

In the Nov. 4 elections, Proposition 8 passed 52 percent to 48 percent. Many people throughout the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer (LGBTQ) community felt disappointment with the realization that...

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