Crackin’ Kitchen is a Hawaiian-based restaurant from Waikiki known for bringing its Hawaiian flare to the south’s seafood boil, and has brought its second location to Old Pasadena.
Profanity Warning: I say fuck. I am a huge Deadpool fan, as a lot of people who like comic book superheroes are. There’s something about his 4th-wall-breaking, dark and unpredictable humor that makes him such a fun character. So when I heard that there was going to be a Deadpool movie two years ago, I was ecstatic. And for good reason; that movie was amazing. Ryan Reynolds captured the character perfectly, unlike his portrayal in the 2008 “X-men Origins: Wolverine.” Fuck that movie. But now …
As the 2017-2018 academic year comes to a close, so does all of the sports that PCC competes in. This year was a one to be proud of if you were a Lancer athlete as six teams made the playoffs, and three brought back championships.
In the Courier Chat’s first podcast, we hear from Lisa Nelson, the outreach coordinator for the Lancer Pantry, about PCC’s food insecurity. Later in the podcast, Rob talks about his editorial about food insecurity. Have something you want us to talk about on the podcast? Want to appear as a guest? Email us!: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this week’s podcast, Rob and Samantha discuss the recent school shootings and what PCC doing about these recent events. Later, Samantha talks to our news editor, Amanda Nelson, about her editorial and PCC’s current presidential search. Have something you want us to talk about on the podcast? Want to appear as a guest? Email us!: email@example.com
In the world of sprints, where a fraction of a second can mean the difference between the best runners and the rest of the pack, one lap catapulted Brennan Doyle, PCC’s second year track standout, from relative obscurity to the radars of college recruiters around the country.
A zoomed lens focuses in on a young man with two fingers raised in the air in a peace sign. Around him, the youth is surrounded by fellow protesters, chanting, impassioned and waving colorful flags. They demand equal rights, an end to economic injustice and for the U.S. police-style assassinations of their young people to end.
Actress, Cate Blanchett and French filmmaker, Agnes Varda led 82 women on the red carpet in a protest of gender inequality at the premiere of Eva Husson’s “Girls of the Sun” by locking arms and turning their faces away from the Palais des Festival and toward the crowd.
Rudy Giuliani, another white male who thinks he’s superior to others, has joined Trump’s legal team and has since made statements about his former boss that could easily contradict anything and everything Trump has said.
The familiar sound of cumbias blared in the background skirts swaying to the beat of the music, as varying dialects of spanish excitedly chattered over the notes-characteristic of any good family party. Bright, framed paintings of pan dulce and earrings made from loteria cards conjured powerful images of childhood.