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CSULB professor taking Canadian animation to TCM

CSULB professor taking Canadian animation to TCM

April 5, 2017

One of Cal State Long Beach’s own will host Turner Classic Movies, the television network dedicated to airing acclaimed films from the past, this Sunday night from 5 - 9 p.m. CSULB animation profe...

Erika Gonzalez opens Gypsy Queen

Erika Gonzalez opens Gypsy Queen

Connie Ojeda, Staff Writer

April 2, 2017

Filed under Arts & Life, Features

From months of selling bohemian-style clothing at street fairs to the countless days spent within the walls of a small warehouse, Gypsy Queen’s days of being known as a mobile boutique are officiall...

CSULB alumni opens exhibit at Edward Cella Art + Architecture

CSULB alumni opens exhibit at Edward Cella Art + Architecture

Caitlyn Mendoza, Contributing Writer

April 2, 2017

Filed under Arts & Life, Features, Fine Arts

Art in any of its forms is meant for more than aesthetics – it can be a representation of the world we live in. Cal State Long Beach’s art alumnus Kendell Carter’s latest exhibit reflects upon ev...

Study spots and coffee pots

Study spots and coffee pots

March 22, 2017

So you want to get serious about your schoolwork — really serious — you mean it this time. Now all you need is a good place to study. Your room is too distracting, Starbucks is too crowded a...

Diamonds in the Rough

Diamonds in the Rough

March 22, 2017

From the sandy shorelines of Ocean Boulevard to the harbor overlooking the Pike, some of Long Beach's best sights can be found on the water. Whether your're looking to dive into the nautical histo...

Long Beach keeps music tangible, diverse

Long Beach keeps music tangible, diverse

March 22, 2017

Long Beach’s music scene is as eclectic as its population. From Snoop Dogg to Rage Against the Machine’s Zack de la Rocha to Sublime, artists spanning a wide variety of genres have gotten their mu...

Hike Long Beach… sort of

Hike Long Beach… sort of

March 22, 2017

I’m not a Long Beach native. I’m from Moreno Valley, where I had a canyon in my backyard and the hike to the “M” on Box Springs Mountain is a rite of passage. So, when I first searched “h...

Dance into spring with ‘We Can Swing’

Ammi Ruiz, Staff Writer

March 8, 2017

Filed under Arts & Life, Events, Features

Cal State Long Beach graduate Jamie Carr is helping bring art to local K-8 student communities by teaming up with Arts Alive, an educational non-profit organization dedicated to providing scholarships for young individuals studying in the visual and performing arts fields. Arts Alive will host its annual “We Can Swing” spring fundraiser in downtown San Pedro on March 19 with students representing schools in the South ...