Did you know that a Mediterranean diet is found to be associated with significant health benefits that include lower rates of heart disease, cancer, Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s? At least it is according to the British Medical Journal. The diet has its own food pyramid, where it shows vegetables, fruits,[Read More…]
Arts & Life
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A dark gallery is packed with people trying to understand the concept of “Nothing Something,” an exhibit which revolves around the ideas of creation and destruction. Senior graphic design majors Ben DuVall and Brian Mark teamed up to communicate the idea of creation and destruction with their unique exhibit, “Nothing[Read More…]
The Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company stopped at Cal State Long Beach’s Carpenter Performing Arts Center as part of it’s 50th anniversary tour, featuring a myriad of dance pieces that changed in tone and style throughout. Students and dance enthusiasts filled the Carpenter Center Saturday evening to help Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company (RWDC)[Read More…]
Cirque du Soleil’s TOTEM is the group’s newest act, which blends acrobatics and dancing narratives to symbolize the evolution process of species. The performance will continue in Los Angeles through November 10.
Instagram turned three years old last week, and it’s about time for the social media app to get its first advertisements. Following the trend of social networks like Facebook and Twitter, Instagram revealed plans last week to roll out advertisements onto the photo feeds of all of its users. Director[Read More…]
It’s finally October, a month filled with sweet candy, wacky costumes and, most importantly, spooky outings like Universal Studio’s Halloween Horror Nights. For the past 16 years, Universal Studio’s Horror Nights has been transforming the amusement park into a completely different arena to create terror-filled mazes and frights. “The Walking[Read More…]
You may be bored in orchestra rehearsal, taking part in a dining hall dance mob, or maybe you’re just one-way circling the parking structure with the other poor souls who decided that 8 a.m. was too early for class. The point is, no matter what you’re doing on campus, other[Read More…]
“Shock!” The first line spoken in the play “Blackbird” sets the tone of the emotional drama that does just that — shocks the audience. “Blackbird” was originally written by David Harrower, and the production at the Royal Theater on the Queen Mary is directed by Trevor Biship. The play was[Read More…]
Zombies overtook Los Alamitos Lawn for the pre-Halloween event Apocapalooza, which ended with a screening of Rosemary’s Baby on Thursday night. The event included a DJ hosted by Red Bull, face painting, games and a zombie photo booth.
Hillside and Parkside College residents heard the faint sounds of drumbeats and native songs Saturday night, when the annual Ancestor Walk came to Puvungna, the sacred Native American land next to Parkside. What looks like a field of weeds used to be an Ajachamen village that covered all of the[Read More…]