[sidebar title=”Blinded by history” align=”right” background=”on” border=”all” shadow=”on”] By Colton Maines Staff Writer CSULB American Indian Studies blindfolded the Prospector Pete statue late last Wednesday to promote Genocide Awareness Week. The university approved both the blindfold and the artwork to go along with the series of events in recognition of[Read More…]
Lifestyle events that occur on or off campus should be categorized under “events.” Events differ from performances in that performances stage or present a play, concert or other forms of entertainment while events do not. Examples of events include the Long Beach Zombie Walk, Week of Welcome and Queen Mary’s Dark Harbour.
An annual haunted house hosted by the Psychology Student Association will leave you sick with fright.
Going down… Ding! The California State University, Long Beach Psychology Student Association partnered with the National Psychology Honor Society to hold their fifth annual haunted house in the basement of the psychology building. The theme this year is “Hotel Quarantine” and involves a creepy bellhop, a gaggle of “infected” hotel[Read More…]
Thursday Oct. 29 4th Annual “A Nightmare on Pine St.” Sevilla Night Club 140 Pine Ave. Long Beach Line starts at 8 p.m. 18+ $13 – 20.40 Friday Oct. 30 Moonsville Collective CD Release Ramble & Costume Party Howl 237 Long Beach Blvd. Unit C Long Beach 6 – 11[Read More…]
Happy death day to you. Dia de los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead, is a holiday that celebrates the lives of relatives deceased. The holiday is most often recognized by colorful “sugar skulls,” which are usually adorned with vivid colors and traditional Day of the Dead patterns. The[Read More…]
An ethereal voice wailed violently to the tune of a tortured, melancholy jazz as the Marin County courthouse in San Rafael, California filled the projector screen. Old photos depicting the bloodied bodies of Black men who had been gunned down after attempting to free political prisoners and kidnapping a judge[Read More…]
After three days, 76 films and many buckets of popcorn, it’s safe to say the inaugural Laguna Film Fest transformed the Laguna Nigel Regency Theater into a miniature Hollywood red carpet event. “I feel accomplished and tired,” said Austin Fickman, a Laguna Beach High School senior who founded the Laguna Film[Read More…]
The California State University, Long Beach Film and Electronic Arts department is hosting a free screening of “Let the Fire Burn” along with a Q-and-A with director Jason Osder. The documentary recounts a confrontation that occurred on May 13, 1985 when a long-time feud between Philadelphia police and MOVE, a[Read More…]
…and miss. It isn’t terribly comforting when every usher warns loudly that there will be no intermission; the first page of the program even included that notice in bold italics. That warning starts to really hit hard when the introductory speeches and songs are still in full swing nearly a[Read More…]
A feminist wave crashed into Pershing Square in Downtown Los Angeles on Saturday as hundreds of people in shameless nudity, colorful body paint, star-shaped pasties and lace teddies gathered for a Slut Walk to protest sexual violence, victim blaming, derogatory labels and gender inequality. Protesters made their point by dressing[Read More…]
The weekend is night, good people. And you know what that means: Time to close the books and burn a rug. I know you’ve all been waiting for this calendar all week, so without further ado: Thursday: Strange Lot Platonic The War Toys Moondreamzzz Que Sera 1923 East 7th Street,[Read More…]