Counterparts hypes up local hardcore scene

Share: Counterparts kicked off their fall 2019 tour on Oct. 24 at the 1720 warehouse in Downtown Los Angeles to celebrate the release of their new album, “Nothing Left to Love.” The show was presented by PinUp Productions, who hosts events all over the west coast and supports the local music scene. The album was released on November 1, 2019, and has been tremendously supported by fans, reaching #97 on the Billboard top 200 in just the first week.  Follow:

Zuckerburg helps Trump ‘spread lies and misinformation’

Share: Facebook has been making headlines recently for its political advertisement policy that makes it easy for politicians to lie on its platform. The company has been greeted with backlash and accused of amplifying disinformation, hate speech, and violent content. Facebook’s refusal to police political speech makes way for lies and false information to appear.  Follow:

How the writing center gave voice to an artist

Share: The crisp February morning fog settled in as Baylie Raddon, an english major at Pasadena City College, began preparing for the long day ahead. Thirty miles stood between Pasadena and her house in Rancho Cucamonga. It should have been a forty minute commute but the 210 freeway was in a traffic jam, as expected. It was the beginning of the 2019 Spring semester and everyone was scrambling to find their place.  Follow:

DTLA Hive Gallery hosts Haunted Mansion inspired art

Share: The Hive Gallery and studios in Downtown Los Angeles has transformed into a macabre art exhibit inspired by places like the Haunted Mansion at Disneyland. The Haunted 2: Welcome Foolish Mortals encompasses an illusory and anatomical ambiance that was designed by Pengu Labs. The exhibit features lurid works of paintings, sculptures and jewelry from various local artists. Follow: