EC welcomes new fine arts director

By Grant Hermanns

March 24, 2015

Filed under Arts

After Bruce Spain retired from the position of the director for the Center of the Fine Arts in September, Rick Christophersen was appointed as the new director in February.Christophersen was previously the Director of... Read more »

Art gallery exhibit brings man and nature together

By Jerome Daniel Casio

March 11, 2015

Filed under Arts

"Life Cycle: Conversations and Soliloquies," presented by the EC Art Gallery, will be on display from March 2 to April 2. According... Read more »

EC music professor is a lifelong student of music

By Aryn Hicks

March 9, 2015

Filed under Arts

Alan Chan was six years old when his mother asked him if wanted to learn how to play the piano. They were standing in front of the piano shop that was downstairs from their apartment in Hong Kong. The moment his hands touched... Read more »

Business still unfinished in ‘Unfinished Business’

By Jed Fernandez

March 9, 2015

Filed under Arts, Reviews

As I bought my ticket to Ken Scott's newest project "Unfinished Business", I was excited to see what Vince Vaughn and Scott would bring to the table after "Delivery Man." I was very wrong to be excited. It seems like... Read more »

‘The Lazarus Effect’ is ineffective

By Jerome Daniel Casio

March 5, 2015

Filed under Reviews

I usually give horror movies the limit of one false jump scare before writing it off. While "The Lazarus Effect" doesn't exceed that, it also doesn't take the time or effort to show us the studio has a good idea of how to do... Read more »

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 »