‘Come back to earth’: Gone too soon

By Renee Miranda September 19, 2018 0

If it’s one thing that has emerged from Mac Miller’s tragic death, it’s the heartfelt words of remembrance from his peers along with his glowing reputation that affected his fans emotionally and deeply. Artists such…

Predator: Jokes and a jumbled mess

By Adrian Leal September 19, 2018 0

Shane Black returns to the Predator franchise but not to reprise his role as Rick Hawkins, only this time directing the film for its third reboot/sequel. “I’m sorry I grew up the way you didn’t…

The Orbit Pavilion: Listening to Earth’s satellites

By Maranda Stelly September 20, 2018 0

When first approaching this sculpture, museum-goers are revealed a glistening shell-shaped aluminum pavillion, with ethereal melodies emanating from inside. The shadows and sounds together make for a hauntingly beautiful experience on the ground of the…

Películas: Inside LA’s Latinx filmmaking showcase

By Christian Aguilar September 13, 2018 0

New Filmmakers Los Angeles film festival is held every month across the city. NFMLA brings together hidden talent in filmmaking by underrepresented groups such as the Latinx and Hispanic community. The film festival provides film…

Listening to ‘Nobody’: Isolation and social media

By Benjamin Falto-Armijo September 6, 2018 0

In her latest single, "Nobody", Mitski Myawaki, better known as just Mitski, uses her expertise in embodying angst to transport the listener into a surreal hellscape of isolation that turns out to be more familiar…

South Pas Farmer’s Market: Small but mighty

By Isabella Lujan September 6, 2018 0

South Pasadena’s Farmer’s Market contains a total of 72 vendors, all of which you can find some of the freshest fruits and veggies, the catch of the day, some of the loveliest plants and flowers,…

Pasadena’s place in the space race

By Matthew Brown September 6, 2018 0

Tucked away in a corner just off Colorado Street behind the Norton Simon Museum, sits the smaller, lesser popular Pasadena Museum of History. Even with the museum’s limited space, it still hosts exciting exhibits that…

‘Bloom’: A love letter from Troye Sivan

By Lilit Zakaryan September 4, 2018 0

When Troye Sivan released his debut album, “Blue Neighborhood,” in 2015, listeners were taken aback by the level of maturity and confidence that seemed to exude from this 20 year-old young man who got his…