The annual “New Voices” art exhibition opened at The Vincent Price Art Museum opened on September 3. This year’s exhibit features the art work of East Los Angeles College students from different departments during the 2018-2019 term.
Pixar Animation Studios “Toy Story 4” focuses on duty to others, and duty individuals have to themselves, by mixing both laughs and character introspection.
DJ Khaled’s reign over mainstream hip-hop continues with the release of his eleventh studio album titled “Father of Asahd.” His previous album titled “Grateful” included his son, who was only one-year old, as an executive producer and now has this new album named after him.
Tyler, the Creator’s new album “IGOR” is his most pop album while also being his most experimental.
All songs were produced, written and arranged by Tyler himself.
Singer and songwriter Elton Hercules John’s illustrious career and past has never been brought to light on the big screen until this year with the release of the epic musical masterpiece, “Rocketman.” The film shows most parts of the artist’s past and highlights both the good and bad.
With high-quality action, beautiful cinematography and fantastic performances, “John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum” is a great addition to the “John Wick” films.
“Parabellum” picks up right where “John Wick Chapter 2” left off with Wick on the run.
East los Angeles College recital hall hosted The Let’s Dance Company’s 14th Repertoire Dance Concert, composed of 12 performances of different styles.
The Chamber Chorale of East Los Angeles College partnered with the the Choir of St. Bede to deliver a graceful performance of W.A. Mozart’s “The Requiem K 626” on Saturday.
The Theater Arts Department delivers a great interpretation of Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” with fantastic performances by East Los Angeles College students.