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Remembering Morrison

Remembering Morrison

November 11, 2013

Fans of all ages huddled around the stage, singing along to covers of one of the most enduring American rock bands in history: The Doors. In celebration of the 70th anniversary of Morrison’s birthday,...

Making The Moderates

Making The Moderates

November 6, 2013

They thrive off of chips and salsa, Fiber One bars and making music. Cal State Long Beach freshman film major Josh Taylor (vocals and guitar), sophomore communications major Wes Mathison (bass) and Hollywood’s...

Hollywood: Behind the scenes

Hollywood: Behind the scenes

November 5, 2013

A panel of eleven successful Hollywood actors, actresses and writers from various ethnic backgrounds sat shoulder to shoulder in the Players Theatre on Monday night to discuss racial stereotypes for actors...

Organic fashion

Organic fashion

Joann Row, Assistant News Editor

November 4, 2013

Filed under Arts & Life, Showcase

The Max L. Gatov West and East galleries are draped with floor length, hand-knitted fashion pieces, including garments made entirely of receipts for this week’s exhibit: “The Clothed Body,” an exhibit...

Comic and horror fans, unite!

Comic and horror fans, unite!

Sean Mosley, Staff Writer

November 3, 2013

Filed under Arts & Life, Showcase

Those who have ever dreamed of meeting the people behind today’s greatest comic book heroes and video game characters, may find their dreams come true at the Long Beach Comic and Horror Convention. The...

Gamers debate

Gamers debate

November 3, 2013

A new generation of gaming is coming with new ways to play and experience virtual worlds like never before. By the month’s end, Sony and Microsoft will release their new consoles, marking the end...

Trick-or-Treating you to a little Halloween history

Danielle Carson, Diversions Editor

October 30, 2013

Filed under Arts & Life, Showcase

Our parents dressed us up as princesses or superheroes and paraded us around town as we filled pillowcases with candy that we never wanted to share with our siblings. We would spend hours, even days, formulating the perfect costume. As we grew, our costumes became more ironic and clever, or in some cases, more revealing. The origins of Thanksgiving were beat into our skulls during the first half of our primary school years....

New music this week

Danielle Carson and Shane Newell, Staff Writers

October 29, 2013

Filed under Arts & Life, Reviews, Showcase

"Everything Is Debatable" Hellogoodbye. Fans listened to them in middle school, and thought they disappeared along with those awkward years. Their strange mix of emo, alternative and electronic sound with lyrics about hopeless love and adolescent troubles made the girls swoon. But, while listening to their half-decade old hits like “Here In Your Arms” and “Shimmy Shimmy Quarter Turn,” it’s hard not to shak...