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DAMAGED, “Punk rock for the new millennium”

Julissa Villalobos

November 15, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Shephard Fairey, street artist and founder of OBEY clothing who is most known for his creation of Barack Obama’s “Hope” campaign poster is known for being vocal about politics through his artwork and is back to throw more dirt on an extremely damaged system we call the United States of...

Lady Dynamite season two loses plot

Benjamin Garcia

November 15, 2017


Filed under Arts, Arts & Entertainment, College Life, Reviews

Netflix dropped season two of the hit original series Lady Dynamite starring comedian Maria Bamford -- which is carried solely by her strings of bits and celebrity cameos.Whether it was on purpose or by accident, the final episode's title, "Little Manila," may or may not be a double entendre for hypom...

Students share ‘thoughts and emotions’ at Fall 2017 Dance Concert

Jah-Tosh Baruti

November 7, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

The Cerritos College Dance Department & ASCC put on its recurring Dance Concert for the fall semester for Nov. 2-4.The opening act coined "Soul Guardians" was a repertory [performance of either various plays, operas or ballets at regular short intervals], that captured the attention of the audie...

Real Housewives of Atlanta starts the season off great with fresh storylines

Nicholas Johnson

November 7, 2017


Filed under Arts, Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

The Real Housewives of Atlanta returned for their 10th season on Nov. 5th. on Bravo.The full time cast features six women:NeNe Leakes, who is an original cast member, starred on this show the first, then left after a season and returned full-time for season 10, she is known for her outspoken persona...

Film screening leads to discussing religion’s place in society

Benjamin Garcia

November 7, 2017


Filed under College Life, Movies

English major Ainee La Madrid found out about the screening of Guillermo Del Toro's Pan's Labyrinth held on Nov. 2 through the Falcon Newsletter.Being a huge fan of the film and loving the director, she commented, "Of course I came here. I wanted to see it with other people who I knew would appreciat...

Madea’s Boo 2 is a must see

Nicholas Johnson

October 25, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

“Madea’s Boo 2”, was one of the funniest and iconic halloween movies that everyone has wanted to see, came out Oct. 21. The film, a comedy-horror film directed and written by Tyler Perry, has six main characters:Madea Simmons as Tyler Perry, Brian’s auntie is known for her cri...

Spotify links up with Hulu to offer students 2 for 1 deal

Jah-Tosh Baruti

October 23, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Students enrolled at eligible institutions can now get Spotify Premium for students and access to Hulu all for $4.99 per month.Spotify Premium for students alone is normally $4.99 per month, so you're pretty much getting Hulu for free.The Hulu subscription is the limited commercials plan, although persona...

Dreamer appreciates DACA Advocacy Week

Jose Flores

October 18, 2017


Filed under Arts, Features, Showcase

Mariela Quinonez was driving one day when she heard the announcement over the radio that President Trump had removed Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals legislation. After the Trump administration received a threat from Texas Attorney Generals and other states to remove DACA or face t...

Blade Runner 2049: More than human

Carlos Holguin

October 13, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

If the original 1982 film Blade Runner asked audiences what makes us human, then Blade Runner 2049 expands on that idea by asking this: What does it mean to be human?Set thirty years after the events of the first film -- Blade Runner 2049 follows Officer K (Ryan Gosling), a synthetic android capable o...

‘Happy Death Day’ wake up, die, repeat

Jocelyn Torralba

October 13, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

'Happy Death Day' is not a movie that makes you scream but this slasher movie has a twist of comedy and romance.It begins with Tree Gelbman played by Jessica Rothe, a selfish sorority sister waking up on her birthday in a college dorm room where she meets the nice and naive Carter Davis played by Israel...

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