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Creepy clown hits the big screen

Creepy clown hits the big screen

Jocelyn Torralba

September 12, 2017


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"It" is one of the best horror films of the year. You wouldn't want to miss this movie, this fall that will leave you haunted for days.Another Stephen King novel, comes to life and hits the big screen this weekend with a not-so-friendly clown.Pennywise the clown, played by Bill Skarsgård, torments the chi...

New Art Gallery opening for fall 17

Alison Hernandez

September 10, 2017


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Embroidery on quilts or photographs, large paintings, blends of different media and photography consist of some of the works currently in the gallery this semester. The gallery, which opened on Sept. 7 as part of the 4th Los Angeles SUR:biennial. -- is titled DisPlaced: Reconstituted Memories & Unsituated...

Druglord drama comes back to Netflix

Jocelyn Torralba

September 5, 2017


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The second season of Narcos came to an end with an exciting storm of bullets between kingpin Pablo Escobar played by Wagner Moura and the DEA that led to Escobar's death.The DEA's new target in this season is the competition of Escobar, the cali cartel.In this new season drug enforcement agent Javier Pe&...

Taylor Swift’s music video Hilary Clinton of pop music

Benjamin Garcia

September 2, 2017


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There comes a time in a Grammy year where a pop song blows away all our expectations and transcends to the zeitgeist and is immortalized as an American classic. Taylor Swift's song "Look What You Made Me Do" and it's corresponding music video was not that. <iframe width="560" height="315" src="http...

Lust For Life: Lana Del Rey cures the depression she gave us in 2012

Benjamin Garcia

July 21, 2017


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With the next generation of flower children anticipating the release of what will surely be Lana Del Rey's Grammy Award winning album -- the entire fan-base is amazed at the work of the self-proclaimed "Queen of New York City," which is eclectically modern, timely, original, retrospective and classic. Lust Fo...

Lana Del Rey drops two sadcore trap singles, edging fans

Benjamin Garcia

July 12, 2017


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To the background of causal fans angered by the uncertainty of Lust For Life's release date -- and more loyal fans pledging allegiance to the Americana songstress, saying they are willing to wait for as long as it takes for singer Lana Del Rey to finally win enough recognition to earn herself a Grammy...

Kacy Hill brings an electric flare to chamber pop in “Like A Woman”

Benjamin Garcia

July 5, 2017


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With the release of the record Like A Woman by Kacy Hill, another star has been put in the sky. That is, we (the sad girls and gays) have another firey, melancholy, lyrically-brilliant genius of an alternative songstress -- to add to the likes of Florence + The Machine, Lana Del Rey, Lorde and Fka Twigs. Quite like ...

Melodrama by Lorde: The second coming

Melodrama by Lorde: The second coming

Benjamin Garcia

June 18, 2017


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Singer Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O'Connor (better known by her stage name "Lorde") has given us, her loyal fans, an eclectic album that is more mature and intuitive than the her first. "Melodrama," released Friday, June 6, is exactly what we needed -- with break up anthems like Green Light and dark rec...

The secrets behind the Getty Center

Lizette Sainz

May 15, 2017


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There might be more to the Getty Center than people know; behind an impeccable image and a highly sophisticated valuable collection of hundred of historical paintings; there might be a city beneath it. One of the Getty's many visitor was Jonathan Michael Ray Summers who came from the city of Riverside,...

The future of the Sur Biennial Exhibit

Lizette Sainz

May 15, 2017


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The artistic relationship between Los Angeles and Latin America is one that the Cerritos College Art Gallery has been exploring in its Sur Biennial exhibit, which will be displayed during the Fall Semester.Likewise the Getty Museum will also be looking at the artistic relationship between Los Angel...

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