How a Pasadena exhibit tells history

By Steven Hoang February 26, 2020 0

Pasadena’s history is essential for how the city got nicknamed the “Crown City.” From the Tournament of Roses to the Pasadena San Gabriel Mission, “Starting Anew: Transforming Pasadena, 1890-1930” is a landmark exhibition that not…

New psycho comes for show’s twisted lovers

By Lizet Salinas December 4, 2019 0

Alex Lawther and Jessica Barden revive their roles, James and Alyssa, as the modern day Bonnie and Clyde in "The End of the F***ing World" season two. The gripping British series returned to Netflix without…

AOA’s rise from the ashes

By Timothy Wu December 4, 2019 0

It’s been seven years since AOA debuted. AOA, which stands for "Ace of Angels," was one of the most popular girl groups in their heyday. The release of their hit single "Miniskirt" in 2014 boosted…

Mafia taking over: The new wave in rap

By Adrian Leal November 26, 2019 0

L.A. based rap collective Shoreline Mafia are one of the groups responsible for resurging interest in the west coast hip-hop scene combining bay-area influenced beats with modern spacey trap production to create their unique drugged…

Loitering exhibit encourages just that

By Christopher Ruiz November 26, 2019 0

The Oxford dictionary defines loiter as: "to stand or wait somewhere especially with no obvious reason." With that definition in mind, the "Loitering is delightful" art exhibit currently on display at the Los Angeles Municipal…

Prom King: Decades of pop in one album

By David Olvera November 26, 2019 0

Skylar Spence has concocted a fusion of 70s through 2000s pop with his 2015 debut LP "Prom King." Whimsical synths and soundboards truly make this album defy time. From side A to B Spence takes you…

Four tips to sleigh your way this holiday

By Lizet Salinas November 26, 2019 0

It’s the most wonderful time of the year again, which means it’s time to hit the crowds and make your way to holiday shopping. Tis’ the season for all things jolly and joyful, however going…