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Crazy Rich Asians: Hollywood’s huge milestone for rom-coms

Eunice Barron

August 20, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies, Reviews

One of this summer's highly anticipated movie releases, "Crazy Rich Asians" became an important film to see, mainly for its praise as the first Hollywood studio movie in 25 years to feature and breakthrough representation of an all-Asian or Asian-American cast.The last time Hollywood had an all-Asian...

“To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before,” the cute, sappy little rom-com

Elizabeth Corcoles

August 19, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

"To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before", Netflix’s original film, is a sappy romance story with a few rough patches along the way, but delivers a rom-com.Although the film is a bit dramatic, it is worth the watch on a lazy Saturday afternoon.The film in itself has a colorful soundtrack. With ...

Bianca Bitches: have some common decency and watch your mouth

Bianca Bitches: have some common decency and watch your mouth

Bianca Martinez, Editor in-chief

August 1, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Columns

We have all heard the expression, “action speaks louder than words,” but for most people they should take the expression, “think before you speak” as a motto to live by. “Think before you speak,” should be ingrained into the minds of parents who find it necessary to call their children...

Bianca Bitches: cult classics should be laid to rest, not resurrected

Bianca Bitches: cult classics should be laid to rest, not resurrected

Bianca Martinez, Editor in-chief

July 25, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Columns

Dear, movie and/or tv producers, before you even consider rebooting a beloved sleeper hit or cult classic, do the audience a favor, and don’t. I know all you guys see is dollar signs, but trust me, you, the producer, will hire the wrong group of writers, cheap out on special effects and be met with...

Bianca Bitches: how to deal with the fact that you are a relic

Bianca Bitches: how to deal with the fact that you are a relic

Bianca Martinez, Editor in-chief

July 18, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Columns

We have all now reached that point in our lives that when someone says the year a childhood movie came out and you respond with, “No, it didn’t. Wait…” Now don’t be alarmed, but, you have now entered the adult stage of your life where you have to make your own doctor appointments and have...

Bianca Bitches: don’t fret over fashion

Bianca Bitches: don’t fret over fashion

Bianca Martinez, Editor in chief

July 11, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Columns

We have all stumbled upon the aesthetic side of Instagram at one point in time, you know what I am referring to. All the men and women featured there are in name brand clothing, thinking that a name that is not their own defines them, that Gucci, Versace and Louis Vuitton will set them apart from...

Bianca Bitches: break social stereotypes, not self-esteem

Bianca Bitches: break social stereotypes, not self-esteem

Bianca Martinez, Editor in chief

July 4, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Columns

Cops are murderers. Journalists are liars. Muslims are terrorists. Feminists hate men. Men are masculine. Lesbians are not femme. Those who commit suicide are weak. Stated above are all phrases that are all too commonplace in a society that is supposed to be far more tolerant than those of eras past. It’s...

GLOW is kicking ass and taking names with its second season

Bianca Martinez, Editor in chief

June 30, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

Season two of the Netflix original, GLOW, is worth the binge session if you are a fan of the 1980s, staged wrestling, female empowerment and pelvic bones. In this season of Gorgeous Ladies Of Wrestling, director Sam Sylvia is still the same irreverent coke-snorting asshole, KDTV cans GLOW, Debbie and ...

Bianca Bitches: how to find self-peace

Bianca Bitches: how to find self-peace

Bianca Martinez, Editor in chief

June 27, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Columns

For some people, it comes naturally to love and accept themselves, but for others self-love is a winding and rocky journey they have to embark on in order to achieve that state of being. Self-hate isn’t always crying in front of a mirror and banging your head on the glass, it can be self-deprecating...

Out with the old, in with the new, Pixar Pier is on the move

Out with the old, in with the new, Pixar Pier is on the move

Elizabeth Corcoles, A&E editor

June 22, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

Disneyland brings its guests a lot of nostalgia and fun times with family and friends, but we seem to forget that there is a whole other park across the way, Disney’s California Adventure, otherwise known as DCA, waiting to be the main attraction. Paradise Pier was rethemed and inspired by Pixar...

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