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Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, fails to kill the box office

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, fails to kill the box office

Moises Ajanel

August 26, 2014

Have you ever dated someone that was appealing to eye but dull to the mind? Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller bring those emotions to life in their awaited sequel, ‘Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.’ The film that is based on Miller’s graphic novel has its share of ooh’s and aah’s. The v...

Broken screens and malfunctioning phones make big business

Broken screens and malfunctioning phones make big business

Negin Daneshfar

May 8, 2014

Pulling out a smartphone only to watch it free fall onto the concrete is not a pretty picture — in fact, it’s probably one of the worst things a college student can witness. Without a cover or case, it only takes one clumsy accident to break a phone or electronic device, regardless of how recent...

Los Angeles Metro station destinations to visit over summer

Little Tokyo/Arts District station on Wednesday, May 7, 2014 in  Los Angeles, Calif. (Photo Credit: Wilbert Hawkins/Contributor)

Jennifer Luxton

May 8, 2014

  Seventy-five years ago this month, Los Angeles saw the opening of its first, and largest-to-date, central train terminal. Union Station has served as a hub for public transportation for several generations, while paying homage to California’s missionary heritage in its design and architect...

How to survive your first convention

How to survive your first convention

Victor Frost

May 8, 2014

  June is nearly upon us, which means it’s that time of year again: temperatures are rising, the days are getting longer and the air is almost electric with anticipation.  Yes, the season we’ve all been waiting for is just about here!  What? No, not summer.  Convention season!  ...

Summertime conventions calendar

Taylor Villescas

May 8, 2014

Event:Wyrd Con Description:Fantasy nerds and Dungeon and Dragons masters should check out Wyrd Con. This con is steeped in classes, workshops and panels to help guests learn about professional writing and gaming. The convention will also be hosting the largest tournament of LARP-ing and various table...

The commercialization of conventions

Josh Carlton

May 8, 2014

Conventions are for geeks, right? Wrong!  Comic-Con, E3, Anime Expo and all the rest of those nerd fests have the ability to attract huge crowds and even bigger business. But it wasn’t always this way.  When Comic-Con International: San Diego (or San Diego Comic Convention) first started in 1970 there were only ab...

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