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What's Happening

By Anna Mavromati

May 12, 2004

Filed under Arts, On the Scene

Family Concert on show With the South Bay Youth Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra performing music from distant lands and faraway places, a Family Concert will be playing in Marsee Auditorium Saturday at 7 p.m. Pieces perfor...

Dance ensemble premieres tomorrow

By John Sakata

May 5, 2004

Filed under Arts, Previews

Dancing in the center of the room, Michael Franco, dance major, prepares for "Sound track: The Sequel," a performance by the dance department which will be performed this weekend at Campus Theatre. Music blasts from the sound...

'Mean Girls' tops box office

By Evan Ortega

May 5, 2004

Filed under Arts, Reviews

In Hollywood's latest venture into the teenage movie genre, "Mean Girls" is a well-written movie that anybody from teenagers to parents may enjoy. The movie provides plenty of laughs, satire, and insight into the seemingly...

Rising Star

By Martha Ramirez

May 5, 2004

Filed under Arts, Rising Star

Music is his passion; that's why 22-year-old Aaron Jones, computer information science major, taught himself to play the guitar. Jones grew up in Fresno, but moved to Torrance, where he has developed himself as an artist. Jones...

What's Happening

By Anna Mavromati

May 5, 2004

Filed under Arts, On the Scene

Orchestra to perform Pianist Olga Kern, Van Cliburn Gold Medalist, and the Chamber Orchestra of The South Bay will perform at Marsee Auditorium tomorrow at 8 p.m. The performance will feature pieces such as Cho...

Cinema sans originality, depth

By Jocelyn Saddi

April 28, 2004

Filed under Arts

In the darkness of a movie theater, anything can happen. What might be more surprising, however, is not how comfortable viewers are with the soundtrack, but with how simple it is to mouth that "famous" line from the movie before...

Denzel goes crazy for kidnappers

By Martha Ramirez

April 28, 2004

Filed under Arts, Reviews

Kidnapping, to many of us, is a foreign concept. However, to many people from Mexico it means living in constant fear. "Man on Fire" is a movie that captures your heart, yet stuns the viewers with the action in it. It is truly...

What's Happening

By Anna Mavromati

April 28, 2004

Filed under Arts, On the Scene

Enjoy ballet performance Featuring more than 40 original ballets, the Bruce Wood Dance Company, choreographed by Bruce Wood, will be performing at Marsee Auditorium tomorrow at 8 p.m. Tickets are $22 to $26 an...

Rising Star

By Katrina Romero

April 28, 2004

Filed under Arts, Rising Star

He juggles, but he's not a clown, he's a musician. Besides being in the Applied Music Program, 23-year-old tuba player Abel Rios, performs in the jazz band, the brass ensemble, the wind ensemble, the orchestra, the Saturday...

Cinema sans orginality, depth

By Jocelyn Saddi

April 28, 2004

Filed under Arts

In the darkness of a movie theater, anything can happen. What might be more surprising, however, is not how comfortable viewers are with the soundtrack, but with how simple it is to mouth that "famous" line from the movie before...

Blues, bop swing with jazz band

By Eva Allen

April 21, 2004

Filed under Arts, Previews

Sliding the trombones and pressing the trumpets' valves, musicians are playing nostalgic sounds of blues, bop and Latin jazz in the practice rooms at Marsee Auditorium when the jazz band practices Tuesdays and Thursdays. Not...

Comedy brings various emotions

By Jacqueline Barela

April 21, 2004

Filed under Arts, Reviews

Hilarious musical numbers and gender-friendly jokes bring "Connie and Carla" to life. Life-long buddies Connie and Carla share the same dream of being famous dinner theater singers and performers, but their lives aren't moving...

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