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Cerritos College celebrates Ecuadorian culture for Hispanic Heritage Month

Cerritos College celebrates Ecuadorian culture for Hispanic Heritage Month

Vivian Yglesias, Staff Writer

October 14, 2019

Cerritos College hosted an Ecuador musical and dance in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month on Oct. 9. The dance was performed by alumni students, Yolanda Villegas and backup dancers, dressed in Ecuadorian clothing and singing traditional Ecuadorian music. A speaker introduced Villegas and what...

Season 23 of ‘South Park’ fights against Chinese censors

Season 23 of ‘South Park’ fights against Chinese censors

David Jenkins, Freelance Writer

October 9, 2019

The 23rd season of South Park started back up again on Sept. 25, making audiences glad to be both a fan and to live in a country that allows satirical cartoons such as this to be aired. The great thing about this show is that every episode is created within the span of six days, just so the creators...

Deadmau5’s Cubev3 Tour

Deadmau5’s Cubev3 Tour

Karen Miramontes, Staff Writer

October 9, 2019

Deadmau5, also known as Joel Zimmerman remains a prominent figure in the EDM world as he sold out five Los Angeles shows from his North American Cubev3 tour from Sept. 25th to the 29th at the famous Hollywood Palladium. Along with Deadmau5, his mau5trap prodigies Monstergetdown and i_o also performed...

‘Joker,’ a fresh new take on the famous comic book villain

‘Joker,’ a fresh new take on the famous comic book villain

Oscar Torres, Staff Writer

October 9, 2019

Over the years, many actors have taken on the role of the Joker and few have managed to live up to the character, with Heath Ledger and Jack Nicholson giving the characters best performance, and Jared Leto giving out the worst version of the Joker that has ever been. Thankfully, Joaquin Phoenix's...

Concha keychains made in Mexican art making workshop

Concha keychains made in Mexican art making workshop

Vivian Yglesias

October 9, 2019

Hispanic Heritage Month is tied in with many events that have students learning about different cultures. An arts and crafts workshop specifically focused on Mexican culture with the making of concha keychains, presented by professor Miraya Palencia on October 3. The English professor said that the...

Gordita Eateries: Langers Delicatessen

Gordita Eateries: Langers Delicatessen

Rebecca Aguila, Online Editor

October 9, 2019

Gordita Eateries is heading to the historical side of MacArthur Park, in a busy and ethnic neighborhood whose scent is filled with the poignant aroma from Langers' Delicatessen off of South Alvarado st. It's convenient for a college student to get there with a short walk from the metro-subway purple...

Banda el Recodo and Mariachi Vargas

Banda el Recodo and Mariachi Vargas

Luis Lemus, Staff Writer

October 5, 2019

Banda El Recodo and Mariachi Vargas were an unexpectedly great pairing to celebrate the independence festivities The concert performance on Sept. 28 showed off some of Mexico's heavy hitters as they both took the stage and put on a fantastic concert. Collectively, both groups have been existing...

The Strokes play their Usual Setlist at Ohana Fest

The Strokes play their Usual Setlist at Ohana Fest

Elizabeth Corcoles, A&E Editor

September 30, 2019

The Strokes headlined Ohana Festival in Dana Point and played a 15-track setlist. While their performance left some fan fulfilled, some, not so much. Regardless, that may have been the most fans will see the band do this year, but the band left fans with a small glimmer of hope that they may see them...

Santa Fe Springs Annual Fiestas Patrias

Santa Fe Springs Annual Fiestas Patrias

Karen Miramontes, Staff Writer

September 25, 2019

An orgulloso Mexicano/a would come to appreciate Santa Fe Springs’ Fiestas Patrias as the place to be where you can express your authentic self with great food, fun music, and be surrounded by amazing people. Fiestas Patrias is an annual celebration held at the Town Center Plaza on Friday, Sept. 13,...

Taste of Japan

Taste of Japan

Jazmin Aguayo, Staff Writer

September 25, 2019

Taste of Japan, the first Japanese Festival at The Pike Outlets in Long Beach, showcased various Japanese culinary creations, pop culture, shopping, activities, entertainment and family activities for all its guests. The event took place Sept. 14, 2019 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The festival had many...

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