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Justin Bieber Concert

Alexa Hesseldenz, A&E staff writer

October 10, 2012


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The lights, the stage, thousands of teenage girls singing “Baby” at the top of their lungs, it can only mean one thing…Justin Bieber concert. Justin Bieber kicked off his tour for his new album “Believe” at Stapels Center Oct 3 and 4. Two hours before show time girls with signs, shirts and...

iTunes festival features a diverse line-up

iTunes festival features a diverse line-up

Michelle Ngan, A&E Editor

October 9, 2012


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“10 ... 9 ... 8 ... 7 ... ” The venue darkens, and the crowd momentarily quiets in anticipation. “3 ... 2 ... 1.” Screams echo through the venue as the words “iTunes Festival” flash across the three large screens flanking the stage, followed by the name of the artist. ...

How Visionary Is Imagine Dragons?

How Visionary Is Imagine Dragons?

John Morgan, Editor-in-chief

October 5, 2012


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When “It’s Time” was released a few months ago, radio stations pounced on Imagine Dragons’ new single almost immediately. Played constantly across all channels because it seemed to match up to the formula of a hit song, it seemed just like all the other songs that eventually lead to a not so...

Emmy’s 2012 Fashion

Juliet Bernal, Centerspread

October 4, 2012


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One of the most glamorous events of the year took place at the Nokia Theater in Downtown Los Angeles on Sunday, Sept. 23. The Emmy’s were, of course, filled with amazing fashion. Famous Emmy-Awards fashion stylist, Rachel Zoe summed up the night’s style as, “a very modern approach. It felt very...

The Brits Invade: McFly in the U.S.

The Brits Invade: McFly in the U.S.

Nicca Panggat, section editor

October 3, 2012


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For a band that has been hyping up their American fans with promises of shows and visits for nearly nine years now, McFly have had a lot of expectations to live up to. But with the wave of British musicians breaking into U.S. charts, the four boys (lead singer/guitarist Tom Fletcher, lead singer/guitarist...

What is the Slender Man?

What is the Slender Man?

Josh Cho, Staff Writer

September 14, 2012


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Slender Man is depicted as a tall figure, approximately 6-15 feet tall, in a black suit with elongated arms. It has no facial features, and is known to expose strange tentacles on its back when nearby its prey. The Slender Man was sighted in multiple pictures, usually with young children. The creature...

PC Video Game Adviser

PC Video Game Adviser

Alex Riviera, student submission

September 10, 2012


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Student Submissions

As a video gamer, wouldn't you like to buy as many games as possible, and pay very little money for them? Sounds too good to be true, doesn't it? Here is a little secret of mine. It's called Indiegala. What is Indiegala you may ask? Indiegala.com is an Italian game distributing website that allows independent...

TV review: “Asylum of the Daleks”

TV review: “Asylum of the Daleks”

Gisela Factora, Staff Writer

September 7, 2012


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(WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!) On Sept. 1, the intergalactically-loved Doctor Who returned with a bang for the premiere of its seventh series. In this episode, “Asylum of the Daleks”, the Eleventh Doctor is back, along with the Ponds, who are having some relationship problems. They've been kidnapped b...

The PC video game adviser

Alex Riviera, Freelance writer

September 7, 2012


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

As a video gamer, wouldn't you like to buy as many games as possible, and pay very little money for them? Sounds too good to be true, doesn't it? Here is a little secret of mine. It's called Indiegala. What is Indiegala you may ask? Indiegala.com is an Italian game distributing website that allows independent...

The Cab at Universal CityWalk’s Summer Concert Series

The Cab at Universal CityWalk’s Summer Concert Series

Nicca Panggat, section Editor

September 4, 2012


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On Aug. 24, The Cab took the stage at Universal CityWalk’s 5 Towers to play a free show as part of its Summer Concert Series. Their openers, Brandon & Leah, started the night with songs off their debut album, including their first single, “Life Happens.”  The indie duo consists of Brandon...

A New Kind of RPG

A New Kind of RPG

August 31, 2012


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At 8:59 on a Friday night, thousands upon thousands of people were stationed at their command centers, fine-tuning their weapons of battle before the launch. Around them lie a hoard of energy drinks and salty snacks, with their favorite playlists on in the background. Frantically clicking the “log...

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