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Book Fair at USC draws high volume of fans

Book Fair at USC draws high volume of fans

April 13, 2014

People from all over Southern California assembled at the University of Southern California campus for the Los Angeles Times’ Festival of Books on Saturday and Sunday. The event brought together a...

The Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame can KISS it

The Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame can KISS it

April 9, 2014

For a musician, being inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is a benchmark of achievement. Forever being remembered for the work they created is a common goal among musicians. The Rock and Roll...

Art exhibit beautifies the bland

Art exhibit beautifies the bland

Andre Crenshaw, Jr., Contributing Writer

April 8, 2014

Filed under Arts & Life, Reviews

An exhibit on display at the Dennis W. Dutzi Gallery encourages art enthusiasts to see beauty in the mundane. Senior metals major Riley Hansler challenges visitors to rethink the common perceptions...

Smells like the Hall of Fame

Smells like the Hall of Fame

Matt Mueller, Staff Writer

April 8, 2014

Filed under Arts & Life, Events, Music, Showcase

It couldn’t come fast enough. After 25 years, Nirvana has finally been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, appropriately landing five days after the 20th anniversary of lead singer Kurt Cobain’s...

The future of rock ‘n’ roll rolls into Long Beach

The future of rock ‘n’ roll rolls into Long Beach

April 7, 2014

One school of rock has moved on from conjunctions and onto power chords, and now from Norco to Long Beach. Carson Street welcomed Rockstars of Tomorrow, a music academy, on March 28 during Fourth Friday...

Captain America returns with answers

Captain America returns with answers

Matt Mueller, Staff Writer

April 6, 2014

Filed under Arts & Life, Film and Television, Reviews, Showcase

In Marvel’s “The Avengers,” the question of just how Captain America is relevant in today’s modern world was a recurring thought. The sequel to Captain America’s 2011 feature film, “Captain...

Albums for the nostalgic spring breaker

Shane Newell, City Editor

March 26, 2014

Filed under Arts & Life, Music, Reviews

To bring up the energy: “The Stone Roses” – The Stone Roses Acid-influenced, groove-induced and sonically-revolutionary, “The Stone Roses” is a great album to listen to with friends. Jamming to the guitar solo on “I Am the Resurrection” or the catchy chorus of “Made of Stone” will make every listener happy and free. “Definitely Maybe” – Oasis One of Britpop’s finest and hardest rocking ...

Party or Peace: A Spring Break special section

Party or Peace: A Spring Break special section

Daily 49er Staff

March 26, 2014

Filed under Arts & Life, Events

If you're looking for a party... Gaslamp Quarter by Daniel Serrano, Editor in Chief If drinking is synonymous with partying, the Gaslamp Quarter in downtown San Diego is probably the hottest p...