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Waves of Acheron approaching

By George Tsai

November 19

Filed under Arts, Reviews

With director Peter Weir at the helm and Russell Crowe by his side, the movie, "Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World," is a delightfully entertaining film. The first 15 minutes will suck you in and hold you until...

Rising Star: Dane Heathcock

By Eva Allen

November 19

Filed under Arts, Rising Star

It's not easy understanding the mind of an artist, but it is evident in every intricate detail how much heart goes into the body-casting art of Dane Heathcock. Heathcock moved to Los Angeles from Texas at 22 with only $13...

What's Happening

By Yanet Martinez

November 19

Filed under Arts, On the Scene

Different kind of exhibit Experience a different type of exhibit with "Open Storage" where the artwork varies from sculpture to digital works displayed around a map. Artwork of internationally known artist Kim Ab...

Cosmetology students serve the community

By Michele Polendey

October 29

Filed under Arts

Ever wonder why there are mannequins' displayed in the Technical Building? They are not Halloween decorations. These mannequin heads are projects done by the students enrolled in the cosmetology program. The cosmetology...

Two hours of hilarious jokes

By Jesse McCann

October 29

Filed under Arts, Reviews

Mix in bouncing breasts, groin smashing and outrageous twists on some of the recent popular movies and you get a hilarious witch's brew of "Scary Movie 3". The movie succeeds at dishing out the comedy for an overall frightfully...

Rising Star: Noel Castrillo

By Michele Polendey

October 29

Filed under Arts, Rising Star

Picture an average cosmetology classroom, a group of females in their 20s, multicolored heads and manicured nails. What might catch your attention is a Filipino male studying the techniques of hair-cutting. Noel Castrillo,...

What's happening

By Yanet Martinez

October 29

Filed under Arts, On the Scene

A musical afternoon at EC Franck's Symphony in d minor and Grieg's Peer Gynt Suites will be performed by the EC Orchestra and directed by Dane Teter. The orchestra is scheduled to perform Sunday at 3 p.m. at Mar...

One-act plays launch drama season

By Eva Allen

October 15

Filed under Arts, Previews

Theater students are ready to perform a trio of one-act plays that will be presented by them at Campus Theatre tomorrow and Saturday at 8 p.m. Describing them as plays within one act, these short-version performances offer...

Raving with zombies is lame

By Irene Holmes

October 15

Filed under Arts, Reviews

Digital copycat of the 1968 cult classic "The Night of the Living Dead," "House of the Dead" is a new version without the farmhouses. "House of the Dead" starts when Simon Cruz (Tyron Leitso) tells his friends Cynthia (Sonya...

Rising Star: Xiomara Cornejo

By Eva Allen

October 15

Filed under Arts, Rising Star

There's an old saying that "good things come in small packages" and this could very well hold true when it comes to Xiomara Cornejo, the petite, 5 foot 3 inch aspiring director. Her passion for being in the spotlight was recognized...

What's Happening

By Yanet Martinez

October 15

Filed under Arts, On the Scene

Go down Route 66 Sit back and relax as the World Travel Adventure Cinema Series takes you back in history through "Route 66-A Road to Remember," for a ride that starts in Chicago and ends in Santa Monica. The s...

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