On the Scene, Feb. 26-March 4

By Patrice Moore

February 21, 2015

Filed under Arts, On the Scene

Black History Month Committee hosts 'Taste of Soul'The El Camino College Black History Month Committee is hosting their "Taste of Soul" Festival on Feb. 26 at 11 a.m. in the East Dining Room for the Black History... Read more »

“Kingsman” has lots of class and flying limbs

By Jerome Daniel Casio

February 19, 2015

Filed under Arts, Reviews

There are two ways to do a spy thriller. The first is found in the more recent Bond films, starring Daniel Craig, that dispose of all the absurdity and contraptions that beleaguered its less-successful predecessors. The second... Read more »

‘Fifty Shades’ fails to please

By Patrice Moore

February 17, 2015

Filed under Arts, Reviews

The highly-anticipated erotica movie “Fifty Shades of Grey” leaves little to the imagination, yet much to be desired. E. L. James’ controversial novel shook the world years ago, becoming one of the... Read more »

‘The Seventh Son’ is less than powerful

By Celine West

February 15, 2015

Filed under Arts, Reviews

If you have a couple of hours to spare and want to look at some pretty scenery while watching warlords fight witches, you might consider seeing "The Seventh Son.""The Seventh Son" is a 2014 American epic fantasy... Read more »

The South Bay Camerata comes to EC

By Jerome Daniel Casio

February 11, 2015

Filed under Arts

A fundraiser event in the form of a concert will be hosted by the Society of Music Friday night at the Campus Theatre with hopes to send members of the South Bay Camerata to Europe.The South Bay Camerata is planning... Read more »

Finalists found in EC students

By Jerome Daniel Casio

February 11, 2015

Filed under Arts

The Photography Department of EC announced last week that two of its students are finalists in the Photographer's Forum: Best of College Photography 2015 International Competition.Advanced Photography students... Read more »