The Havens location in Pomona as seen on Jan. 12

The Music Man of Pomona

Alexander Ruiz January 13, 2022

From volunteering at music venues to having his own start at music festivals, Victor Tessier is shaping Pomona into a city for local artists. Tessier, 18, has his own music venue called, The Haven, which...

J Balvins Perra and the Bigotry in Reggaeton

J Balvin’s “Perra” Highlights Reggaeton Bigotry

Samantha Acevedo January 11, 2022

Picture this: For years, the music scene created by the people of your community has gone global. That genre of music has taken the world by storm, becoming a staple in social settings such as parties...

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My Texan Home Away From Home

Megan Cansino December 30, 2021

Fresh hot food was brought to our table every visit. The steam from the hot plates called for our attention; plate after plate was cleared from everything that occupied it just minutes before. The loud...

Wikimedia Commons photo of Adele for Vogue in 2021

Adele’s “30” Is Flooded With Emotional Trauma, Healing

Samantha Acevedo December 28, 2021

Six years after the 10 times platinum certified “25,” Adele announced her return with her upcoming fourth album “30” on Twitter. Following the announcement of “30,” Adele has since released...

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Lamb Leaves Horror Fans Reeling

Gabby Flores, News Editor December 9, 2021

“Lamb” is a new Icelandic horror drama film directed by Vladimar Jóhannsson that was released in October 2021. Distributed by A24, “Lamb” is one of many horror films released around Halloween....

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“Lifeforms” Takes Your Breath Away

Aaron Story, Managing Editor December 2, 2021

Angels & Airwaves have returned to tell a compelling story of discovery, love and extraterrestrials with their sixth studio album “Lifeforms.” After much anticipation from fans and critics alike,...

Kaytranada addressing the crowd at his Oct. 30 show at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles

Kaytranada Plays The Shrine For Halloween Weekend

Natasha Castanedo, Arts and Entertainment Editor November 16, 2021

Kaytranada returned to Los Angeles for two sold out concerts as a part of his Autumn ‘21 tour. Originally scheduled to perform one night at The Shrine Auditorium on Halloween, the Canadian based DJ added...

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Fall Choral Concert Returns

Natasha Castanedo, Arts and Entertainment Editor November 13, 2021

Mt. SAC’s Chamber Singers, Women’s Ensemble, Concert Choir and Fermata Nowhere performed at Feddersen Recital Hall on Oct. 29 and Oct. 30. The show began with a Concert Choir’s rendition of Australian...

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Music You Should Have Heard About

Staff November 10, 2021

Aaron Story’s Pick A band that has been sending shockwaves throughout the hardcore community is Drain from Santa Cruz, California. Their debut LP called “California Cursed” was released through...

Queta Carillo Cansino gets ready for Folklorico dance practice.

The Hidden Beauty In Our Culture

Gabby Flores, News Editor November 5, 2021

The music blasted as the people began to cheer as the group of dancers dressed in beautiful colorful dresses walked in as the crowd’s cheers died down. Silence. Then just as they walked in, the...

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The Rhino Roams Once Again

Aaron Story, Managing Editor October 28, 2021

It was 18 months ago that I was sitting at the edge of my bed, hunched over my phone. I should have left 10 minutes ago as my closing shift at Rhino Records was hanging in the balance. The knots in my...

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Netflix’s Squid Game Becomes Global Success

Maggie Ho October 27, 2021

Netflix’s newest show, “Squid Game”, which was written and directed by Hwang Dong-hyuk, has become one of the most popular shows in the world since it premiered on Sept 17. The South Korean thriller...

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