So what, your supply of midazolam is about to expire. Who’s fault is that?
‘The Circle’ proves just as pointless as the shape
“Knowing is good. Knowing everything is better.” If there’s any quote from this week’s new film The Circle that summarizes the entire plot of the near two-hour cinematic flop, that’s the one. If I had known it would be that simple, I might not have felt so bad about stepping out to refill my popcorn.
The DNC shames Bernie
To my fellow Liberals: Bernie Sanders was never your savior.
Drink, love, bark
Having a ruff day? Visit Dog Cafe, nestled in LA’s dog-friendly neighborhood Silverlake for a large selection of coffee, tea and furry four legged companions.
Police Blotter: Homeless person found in bushes to receive psychiatric evaluation
Monday, April 10 Officer Gonzales assisted Pasadena Police Department with a wanted subject outside of campus. The subject was transported by the Pasadena Fire Department. The Circadian area was checked as a student reported gas odor near the area, however no odor was detected. A subject was making racists comments towards a woman. The subject was detained, counseled and then released. A hit and run occurred in Lot 4. The D Building was reported for vandalism, and graffiti was found. Tuesday, April 11 Officer Chan …
Lancers end 50 year conference title drought
The long wait is over, Pasadena baseball captured their first conference title in 50 years after a thrilling 14-12 road victory at Mt Sac. The victory clinched sole possession of first place in the South Coast Conference North Division.
Lancers’ Lives: Siblings who stick together, slay together
Christian and Kennedy Crumbles have been living in Pasadena while going to PCC for over a year and a half. Christian was 17 when he registered for PCC, while Kennedy started at ELAC when she was 16, and transferred to PCC last year. The siblings not only take the same interest in biology but also hiking, adventuring. Christian is also making music while Kennedy is modeling on the side.
Another reason not to drink Pepsi
Now I’ve never been a Pepsi fan. Given the choice, I’d take a Coke every time. I’ve also never understood why a large majority of my generation is obsessed with the Kardashians. But if I thought I despised them before they trivialized decades of civil rights protests and the recent Black Lives Matter movements in a mere two-and-a-half minutes, I surely loathe them now.
Personal life for sale; Serious inquiries only
Data brokers are selling your information without informing you that someone is paying to look you up.
PCC’s sustainability seeks a step-up
As climate change continues to affect the world with rising temperatures, increasing sea levels, and unusual heat waves, PCC looks to reduce their carbon footprint and increase methods of sustainability, but their print remains.