The PCC Jazz Guitar Ensemble didn’t fail to perform as the echoes of clapping filled the Westerbeck Recital Hall.
Boone Family Gallery
The mad artists in the faculty show brought their paintings to life and set forth to inspire PCC students.
Water polo able to improve last season’s finish
This season, the women’s water polo team had a won 14 of their 26 games.
Started from the bottom, now she’s here
On any day of the week, the sounds of screeching metal and sparking fire emanate from a room full of machinery in the bottom floor of the IT building. Misty Henry, PCC alum and welding professor, can usually be found fusing and constructing metal with her hands.
Pennington Dance Group Speaking to the audience through the art form of the human body, the Pennington Dance Group conveys messages with movement. “Art, at its best, sparks our imagination, teaches us how to dream, and helps us understand ourselves better,” said John Pennington the Artistic Director of PDG. “The PDG dance artists embrace the possibilities of human expression through the endless movement potential in the body. In our work, we hope to reflect and examine the world in which we live and work.” Offramp …
The new and improved Edwin Mills by Equator
Edwin Mills by Equator is a culturally refined and distinguished restaurant that is not your ordinary local gastro pub. If you are looking for live performances, art, good vibes, mouthwatering food and affordable drinks, then this is your place.
Tom Chavez: mayor, lawyer, father, professor
Mayor and professor Tom Chavez is the ideal image of a “Superman.” He has established his primacy as mayor of Temple City and as a business instructor at Pasadena City College for the last 23 years.