God is a woman named Ariana Grande

By Lilit Zakaryan August 22, 2018 0

She’s here ladies and gents, and she is thriving! After almost two years of working on new music, Ariana Grande finally released her highly-anticipated, fourth studio album, “Sweetener,” and as Ari herself would say, “Honest…

Big L.A. Portrait, Small Affair

By Alexa Myles June 12, 2018 0

Don’t come to the Big L.A. Portrait Gallery under the impression that there will be swarms of people, booming music and too many art installations to see. This isn’t the event in which others’ fever…

Say ‘peekaboo’ to video game nostalgia

By Ryan Browne June 10, 2018 0

A new art gallery featuring collectibles and nostalgic items from the 20th century has popped up in Old Pasadena called the Peekaboo Gallery. Their first exhibition on display is called “25¢ a Play: The Art…

Hereditary fails as a horror film

By Ethan Axtell June 10, 2018 0

Ari Aster’s “Hereditary” opened on Friday, June 8, 2018, and was immediately met with complimentary reviews from numerous outlets, bolstering its advertisements proclaiming it as the scariest film of the year, or in ages, or…

‘Vida’: Latinx representation done right

By Michelle Arias June 10, 2018 0

If you were itching for real Latinx representation, I think they finally gave it to us. Starz’s new television series “Vida” takes the cake. The show explores the complexities of Latinx and queer identity and…

‘Solo’: Disappointing

By Ryan Browne June 6, 2018 0

The current trilogy of Star Wars films have so far been pretty good. J.J. Abrams and Rian Johnson have done a good job on their movies, and the first anthology film, “Rogue One,” was good…