The Entrance to the CAAM in Los Angeles.

The California African American Museum honors Women’s History Month

Willy Wang, Staff Reporter March 28, 2023

To celebrate Women’s History Month, the California African American Museum of Los Angeles organized a workshop and debuted an art exhibit from Adee Roberson and Azikiwe Mohammed on March 18. “Because...

After the Shen Yun performance, a crowd gathers in front of the theater at Pomona College, California, on March 10.

Shen Yun’s visual feast is staged in Los Angeles

Ada Li, Staff Reporter March 28, 2023

A Chinese classical dance show named Shen Yun came back to Los Angeles County in March and its first stop was in the Bridges Auditorium at Pomona College. Despite the rain, about 2,000 spectators came...

Marston Plein Air, 2021

Experiencing the Meghna Pamula exhibit up close

Willy Wang, Staff Reporter March 22, 2023

“AAAAAANNND,” an exhibition of a drawing, paintings and animations by Meghna Pamula, debuted on Feb. 21, at the Sprague Gallery on the campus of Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, California. Guests...

A variety of artwork will be on display by Benavidez, including some recently completed works being viewed for the first time.

Diana Berger Gallery hosts Roberto Benavidez to start off the spring semester

Eddie Ursua, Arts and Entertainment Editor March 6, 2023

Mt. SAC’s Diana Berger Gallery, also known as the DBG, will host the work of artist and sculptor Roberto Benavidez in the impressive exhibit “In The Garden: Pinatas” which opened on Tuesday, March...

The collaborative artists featured in Along The Colorado utilize a variety of artistic formats to deliver their message.

Diana Berger Gallery brings awareness to critical water issues

Eddie Ursua, Staff Reporter January 20, 2023

“Along The Colorado" is an exhibit that raises awareness towards the increasing scarcity of water in the Colorado River. The collective artwork was on display at the Diana Berger Gallery (DBG) in building...

Indie Sleaze: How Tumblr style is making a comeback

Indie Sleaze: How Tumblr style is making a comeback

Brisa Gutierrez, Arts and Entertainment Editor December 1, 2022

Smudged eyeliner. Wild hair. Dark, sheer tights. Mini skirts. Band Tees. Alternative pop music. Night outs. 2014 Tumblr style also known as indie sleaze is making a comeback. Indie sleaze started in...

Steve Lacy at Icebox Diamonds & Watches in 2019. Since then, Lacy has exploded in popularity, topping the Billboard Hot 100 charts this year with the release of his single Bad Habit. Photo courtesy of Moyopoyo/Flickr

Opinion: How social media ruins your favorite artists

Joseph Reyes, Staff Reporter October 28, 2022

Panda SB Nike Dunks, Blazers, bootcut jeans, Steve Lacy inspired playlists, graphic band tees, ironic t-shirts and more are on the rise with Gen Z gravitating towards and embracing more trendy forms of...

Always known for an abundance of costume changes, Lady Gaga’s wardrobe selections for her Dodgers Stadium performance in Los Angeles, California, did not disappoint.

‘Gaga’s Monsters’ take over Los Angeles

Robbie Doctor, Sports Editor September 29, 2022

“Love, love, love! I want your love, I want your revenge. You and me could write a bad romance!” She always has divided opinions with her political stances, views, style of music, but then again,...

Keys Gasoline teaser image. Photo courtesy of SM Entertainment

SHINee’s Key Displays His Champion Side With ‘Gasoline – The 2nd Album’

Samantha Acevedo, A&E Editor September 9, 2022

After nearly a year since the release of his EP “BAD LOVE - The 1st Mini Album,” SHINee member and solo artist Key released his long awaited full length album “Gasoline - The 2nd Album” on Aug....

Pictured above is Taemins teaser poster for his debut album Press It- The 1st Mini Album. Photo courtesy of SM Entertainment

SHINee’s Taemin and the Terms of Sexuality, Identity and Self-Forgiveness

Samantha Acevedo, Arts and Entertainment Editor August 31, 2022

In an industry that has remained largely conservative, K-pop star Lee Taemin has been a force to be reckoned with. Evidently, most K-pop groups have released songs revolving around love interests and story...

A collage of our staffs favorites.

Staff Picks: On A Desert Island With Your Band/Song

Staff July 21, 2022

The Growlers If I could only take one artist or group with me, it would probably be the Growlers. They are a rock group from Dana Point, California. They are the first band I ever saw live while in...

Henry Diltz presents a photographic slideshow at the Founders Hall on June 1

Looking Through The Lens of a Prolific Rock Photographer

Bryan Jimenez, News Editor July 4, 2022

Boasting a remarkable portfolio that includes immortalizing the Doors’ “Morrison Hotel” album cover and Jimi Hendrix’s rendition of the “The Star-Spangled Banner,” Henry Diltz has cemented...

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