Pasadena City College (PCC) is scheduled to restart its tentative sports season for Spring 2021 after the COVID-19 virus abruptly ended the Spring season earlier this year. Football, cross-country, men’s and women’s soccer and men’s and women’s basketball are scheduled to have their first practice Jan. 18.
Essential workers: Universal’s ‘Animal Actors’ are still on the job
An anxious crowd sits on bleachers staring at a stage dressed like a movie set. Adults and children peer over each other to view any signs of activity when they suddenly see it. Dogs and cats start scurrying across the stage to the sounds of a jazzy spy movie theme song.
Pasadena decides not to follow Los Angeles County coronavirus restrictions
The coronavirus pandemic continues to surge around the country with major increases in Los Angeles county, leading to a halt in in-person dining for all businesses in Los Angeles. Although Pasadena is a part of Los Angeles county, city officials have chosen not to follow these restrictions and continue to allow in person dining at outdoor locations in Pasadena.
PCC cross-country is ready to run through the 2021 spring season
Despite all the uncertainty that has been circulating amongst PCC sports teams, due to the relentless COVID-19 virus that has drastically changed college athletics, the runners and coaches of the cross-country team continue to hope for the best and wait patiently for what the Spring 2021 season has in store.
Families clash as the presidential election heightens political differences
Families don’t always agree on everything, like where the summer vacation should be or what to have for dinner. However, some disagreements can cause a family to break apart. As republican and democrat ideologies grow increasingly incompatible, many people are seeing that politics can not only divide a nation but divide a family.
How Spotify’s Lorem is helping bedroom-pop and Lo-Fi music go mainstream
The Spotify music streaming service has drawn in many young listeners with it’s new Lorem playlist, that is helping a new sound of music and artist rise to popularity in the mainstream media.
Jingle Jangle takes us into a fantasy world and a realm of possibilities
The movie “Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey” is a two-hour Netflix musical released on Nov 13, 2020, written and directed by American author and filmmaker, David E. Talbert, starring Forest Whitaker and Madalen Mills.
‘Get Lost In Wonderland’ by listening to Shawn Mendes new album, Wonder
Shawn Mendes came out with his fourth studio album, “Wonder.” The first song is titled the same as the album and completely illustrates the true meaning behind his beautifully written song. It’s about how society “conditions” him to feel less of a man because he shows his powerful emotions through his wonderful music, pun intended.
Christmas cheer comes in the form of covid friendly car ride
Driving through a Christmas light tunnel, bright green, red and blue reflect off the hood of the car. To the right and left along the route, there are elves balancing on a ball, rollerblading and even doing backflips. The warmth of complimentary hot cocoa, the sounds of elves greeting you, the sight of the beautiful lights all while inside the comfort of your car. This is Christmas during a pandemic.