‘Red Not Chili Peppers’ seek to expand after local show

‘Red Not Chili Peppers’ seek to expand after local show

Nicolette Aguirre
September 18, 2014
Filed under Arts, Features, Music

"The Red Not Chili Peppers" (A Tribute to The Red Hot Chili Peppers) put on an amazing, energetic and fun three-hour set show at the Santa Fe Springs Swap Meet on Friday, Sept. 5, at 7 pm.It was a really nice environment, and family-friendly, as well. Everyone was having a great... Read more »

K-pop club expands insight on Korean culture

K-pop club expands insight on Korean culture

Gildardo "Demo" Aquino, Staff Writer
September 18, 2014
Filed under Arts

The K-pop club is ready to make its club well known and is focusing to bring different events on campus for students to enjoy and learn about the culture. K-pop is a musical genre that is originated from South Korea, and it represents dance-pop, pop ballad, electronic, rock, hip-hop and R&B.; On... Read more »

Review: ‘Destiny’ is a solid experience, still falls short

Review: ‘Destiny’ is a solid experience, still falls short

Julien Galvan
September 18, 2014
Filed under Arts

Gamers around the world have been waiting patiently for the overly-anticipated video game Destiny, developed by Bungie, the developers behind the hit Xbox franchise Halo, for over a year. But does it live up to the hype that has surrounded it for all this time? All in all, Destiny... Read more »

‘One Direction’ rocks the Rose Bowl with three sold-out shows

Jocilyn Garcia, Freelancer
September 17, 2014
Filed under Arts, Music, Reviews

On Friday, Sept. 12, One Direction sold out three nights at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. Approximately 90,000 people attended, including celebrities like Mark Wahlberg, Wiz Khalifa, Simon Cowell and others. The opening act, 5 Seconds of Summer, held a very good performance. The main act, One... Read more »

Canvas painter shares his various styles of art

Canvas painter shares his various styles of art

Nicolette Aguirre, Associate Arts Editor
September 16, 2014
Filed under Arts

Although his inspiration came from a documentary on a street artist known as "Banksy," art and microbiology major, Ramiro Monteon, began painting when he was in elementary school. Watching his classmates draw with charcoal, he decided to give it a try. This gave Monteon the chance to develop his artistic... Read more »

Review: ‘As Above, So Below’ is just another typical horror film

Katherine Grijalva, Arts Editor
September 16, 2014
Filed under Arts

Legendary Pictures' new found footage film, "As Above,So Below" , the movie from sibling filmmakers John Erick and Drew Dowdle , is nearly as similar as previous horror films such as "The Blair Witch Project" and "Paranormal Activity." ... Read more »

Review: ‘Cantinflas’ falls short in telling legend’s story

Jennifer Medina, Associate News Editor
September 13, 2014
Filed under Arts

Born Mario Moreno, Cantinflas is a name recognized among most people of Hispanic background; he was a person who grew up in a family of six with low income, but those circumstances were not enough to stop him from reaching his dreams. ... Read more »

Artists’ Society Club brings artistic expression to students

Artists’ Society Club brings artistic expression to students

Kenia Torres
September 9, 2014
Filed under Arts

The Artists' Society Club brings all elements of art together. It welcomes any individual in its club, regardless if that person is an art major or not. Some of the art includes paintings, drawings, ceramics, computer design and animation. Hope Garcia, president of the club, said, “We,... Read more »

‘The Whexican’ film screens in LA

‘The Whexican’ film screens in LA

Katherine Grijalva, Arts Editor
September 8, 2014
Filed under Arts, Editor's Picks

"The Whexican," a short comedy film directed by Cerritos College acting professor, Forrest Hartl, screened at El Cid restaurant in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Sept. 3. Tickets were sold only for an audience of 21 and over, at $8, and the starting time was at 8 p.m. However, the first hour of the event... Read more »

Art Gallery pushes the boundaries of art

Art Gallery pushes the boundaries of art

Luis Guzman
September 8, 2014
Filed under Arts

Cerritos College was host to an art gallery on Tuesday, Sept. 2, in FA-50. The art gallery included two separate themes, Savage Sentimentality and Superficial Landscape. Savage Sentimentality focused on art that is not traditional and included art that is emotional or sentimental. Superficial... Read more »