Zombie’s horrors come to life

By Philip McCormick October 22, 2013 0

The smell of rotting corpses hangs heavily in the air along with the sounds of chainsaws and...live music? One would expect nothing less from the mind of musician and horror director Rob Zombie. (more…)

Eat your fruits and veggies

By Tiffany Roesler October 16, 2013 0

Didn’t your mother ever tell you to eat your fruits and vegetables? Now late nights, attempts at working out and cheap food make up the all-too familiar lifestyle of college students. Supplements claiming to enhance…

Break the fast and eat

By Bryan Acosta October 9, 2013 0

Skipping meals like breakfast or lunch happens because students are too busy or too stretched for cash to eat right. However, starting the day off right with the most important meal of the day could…

What is pride to you?

By Emily Chang-Chien October 2, 2013 0

An annual family festival geared towards the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender culture united the San Gabriel Valley community at large on Sept. 28 at Pasadena’s Memorial Park. (more…)

Grassroots: a haven of health and education

By Tiffany Roesler October 2, 2013 0

Nestled in the corner of a bustling shopping center in South Pasadena sits the humble family-owned health food store Grassroots Natural Market and Kitchen. “Your health is our business,” is displayed on a huge banner…

Bittersweet treats just around the corner

By Aubrey Quezada September 25, 2013 0

The savory aromas of fresh coffee and baked goods, reminiscent of the smells wafting out of the family kitchen, greet visitors as they walk into Bittersweet Treats, a bakery across the street from PCC owned…

Netflix wins “Game of Thrones”

By Luis Rodriguez September 25, 2013 5

After a long day of classes, many students plop down on the couch to see an episode of their favorite TV show on Netflix, but then the next episode automatically starts playing. (more…)