What started as an idea with its roots in Cuba has now taken home locally.
Arts & Life
Content that focuses on popular culture, local art and music, entertainment and the events. Common topics include lifestyle, television and film, theater, music, video game, food, etc
In this film review series, reporter Christian Lopez will be going through all seven Best Picture nominees for the 93rd Academy Awards in April. “Minari” depicts a Korean family moving to America and the trials that come with raising a family in pursuit of a better opportunity.
Russell Jeung spoke at a virtual event part of CSULB’s Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month Celebration on the recent hate crimes towards the AAPI community since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
Writer, speaker and fitness and strength coach Chrissy King shares the importance of loving your body, not as a means to get to a certain size but instead to live freely, a journey that King has spent many years working towards.
A look at how the United States has historically treated Asian communities, internally and externally, fueling centuries worth of prejudice, racism and violence we now see in action today.
Broadway Video launched a GoFundMe to help raise $20,000 to stay open as a result of a year’s worth of nonessential business closures and now, fewer customers visiting.
Find out what you need to know about attending Associated Students, Inc.’s Queer Pride, which continues with its virtual format April 9 from 7 to 9 p.m.
Respect Diversity Week continues with “Strategies for Resilience: Responding to Microaggressions,” where students are given tools and tips about how to call out microagressions and deal with the challenging experience.
Jonathan Aldridge, who goes by the name AJ Billions professionally and personally, is in the process of getting his show “Minorities” picked up. It’s the latest project for Aldridge, who as a child, dreamed of being in the entertainment industry.
While the university offers several services to ensure student safety, some students do not feel completely safe.