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There's no need to leave the car for entertainment this week with these drive-in events.

COVID-safe activities in Los Angeles: Drive-in edition

Evelin Robles, Reporter March 9, 2021

The Daily Sundial will be featuring events that will offer a range of fun activities that can be enjoyed stress-free. This week we’d like to focus on drive-in events since they have become a popular...

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UPDATE: “WandaVision” Easter Eggs have been found

Stephanie Ramirez, reporter March 9, 2021

“WandaVision," Disney+’s new television series, has become one of the world’s most in-demand shows across multiple platforms. The sitcom-style series premiered on Jan. 15. As audiences dive into...

“Framing Britney Spears”: Bringing awareness to the #FreeBritney movement

Maria Medina, Reporter March 5, 2021

“Framing Britney Spears” is a brief, yet informative glimpse at Britney's troubles in the public eye. The nostalgic video clips throughout the film emphasize the shockingly misogynistic treatment of...

There's no need to leave the car for entertainment this week with these drive-in events.

COVID-safe activities in L.A. : Stranger Things, Black Love and more

Karine Reganyan, reporter February 15, 2021

The Daily Sundial will be featuring both virtual and in-person events that will offer a range of fun activities that you can enjoy risk and stress-free. This week offers a variety of events including entertainment,...

While this valentines may be different than most, we hope you are able to celebrate love and joy with this playlist.

Valentine’s Day playlist featuring iconic Black artists

Jenna Wilson, Reporter February 12, 2021

This Valentine’s Day, the Daily Sundial is celebrating love and Black History Month with soulful ballads by iconic Black artists from Sam Cooke to H.E.R. Black R&B musicians have consistently blessed...

Review: “The Queen’s Gambit” keeps you hooked with their winning moves

Review: “The Queen’s Gambit” keeps you hooked with their winning moves

Preston Vanderslice, Reporter December 21, 2020

As a general sports lover, the dramatized sound of a swishing net, cracking bat, or smacking shoulder pads runs in my DNA. Thanks to Netflix’s “The Queen’s Gambit,” the sound of a king confidently...

After 62 years of operation, Skateland closes their doors for good after being closed for eight months.

San Fernando Valley favorite Skateland to close permanently, becoming a proposed homeless shelter

Michaella Huck, Culture Editor December 7, 2020

For over 60 years, Skateland has been a longtime attraction to San Fernando Valley residents. However, Los Angeles Councilman John Lee announced on Nov.16 that the owners of Skateland were looking to retire...

Sia criticized as ableist for controversial new film “Music”

Sia criticized as ableist for controversial new film “Music”

Camille Lehmann, Reporter December 7, 2020

  Sia, an Australian singer, released a trailer for her new film “Music, which is scheduled to come out February 2021. The trailer debuted on Nov. 19 depicts a girl with autism that cannot...

“The Trial of the Chicago 7” is all too similar to current events

“The Trial of the Chicago 7” is all too similar to current events

Preston Vanderslice, Reporter December 1, 2020

The parallels of past and present were already obvious when Aaron Sorkin began filming “The Trial of the Chicago 7” in the fall of 2019, but unless Sorkin is a full-blown clairvoyant, I don’t think...

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Review: “On the Rocks” isn’t perfect, but its freshness and originality will grow on you

Preston Vanderslice, Reporter November 1, 2020

I could be wrong but I doubt it’s every day that a genuinely funny buddy comedy revolving around a father-daughter duo floats through the studios of Hollywood. But when it’s Sofia Coppola bringing...

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Review: “All In”, the fight for democracy

Yasmine Cardenas, Reporter October 19, 2020

As I watched “All In: The Fight For Democracy,” I was reminded of my mail-in ballot sitting on my table. Both, urging me to do one thing — vote. The Amazon Prime documentary is like a public...

Review: Netflix’s “The Social Dilemma” is a great conversation starter, but not enough to create change

Review: Netflix’s “The Social Dilemma” is a great conversation starter, but not enough to create change

Preston Vanderslice, Reporter October 14, 2020

I suppose it’s nothing short of a now predictable, modern day twist of irony that I first heard of the new Netflix documentary, “The Social Dilemma,” on social media. Was this post targeted to...

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