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Mezzo-soprano and pianist take audience on a musical journey

By Madison Brady

March 10, 2016

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The duo joined each other onstage among the set of a living room with a black piano accompanied by a black leather bench in the middle. "La Favorita: A Musical Journey" featuring mezzo-soprano Jill Grove with pianist Victoria ...

Review: ‘Jamaica House’

By Jerriel Biggles

February 9, 2016

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As events for Black History Month come and go, El Camino's Marsee Auditorium was the site for "Jamaica House," a documentary by Alfred Gragg dealing with one of the biggest clubs to ever grace the hip-hop culture.The docum...

Review: ‘Into the Unknown: The Lewis And Clark Expedition’

By Hector Gonzalez

February 9, 2016

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Into The Unknown is a historical educational movie about the Lewis and Clark expedition of 1804. It's very informative and details the journey of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark as they explore the land that was bought by Th...

A lot of heart and familiar tropes in ‘The Good Dinosaur’

By Jerome Daniel Casio

November 30, 2015

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In Pixar's latest, their second one this year, a lost boy and his four-legged friend go on an adventure as they make their way back home, running into deadly creatures, nutty hermits, cannibalistic evangelicals and tenacious co...

‘Mockingjay – Part 2’ brings franchise to a grim, violent close

By Jerome Daniel Casio

November 23, 2015

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In 2012, "The Hunger Games" opened with general success by capturing the emotion, breadth and merciless violence, given its PG-13 rating.But with "Catching Fire," director Francis Lawrence's introduction to the franchise, the ...

‘Spectre’ takes away Craig’s grit

By Grant Hermanns

November 9, 2015

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The James Bond franchise has always been known for its silly and ludicrous villains, its explosive and excessive action sequences and ridiculous plot lines. However, when the franchise was rebooted with its newest actor, Daniel Cr...

‘Spotlight’: Journalism at its best, clergy at its worst

By Jerome Daniel Casio

November 8, 2015

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"Spotlight" is the journalism feature that's been long overdue. At the dawn of 2002, the Boston Globe rocked the nation as its investigative team Spotlight finally released its year-long project -- an expose on sexual abuse wi...

‘Scouts Guide’ is the wildest ride for Halloween

By Grant Hermanns

October 31, 2015

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For those who feel like watching a movie on Halloween night, "Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse" is the perfect choice.The film follows three high-school sophomore boy scouts, Ben (Tye Sheridan), Carter (Logan Miller) and Augie ...

‘The Walk’ draws audiences out onto the wire

By Grant Hermanns

October 6, 2015

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Biographical films seem to be a recent favorite of director Robert Zemeckis, and after the large success of his previous film "Flight," he adds another hit to his already successful career with his newest release, "The Walk."The ...

‘The Martian’ may strand its lead, but thrills its audiences

By Grant Hermanns

October 5, 2015

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Ridley Scott is a name synonymous with the science-fiction genre, creating big hits such as "Alien," "Blade Runner" and "Prometheus." After the disappointments of his last two films, "The Counselor" and "Exodus: Gods and Kings," Scott returns to true form with his l...

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