After a very controversial marketing campaign that split its fanbase in two, Pokemon is back with new games in the franchise.
Military grade gear, self-help books and art that represents the transition from war can be seen in a display titled “A Community of Veterans” in the East Los Angeles College library until Nov. 29.
Kanye West long-delayed ninth studio album “Jesus Is King” inspires people who listen to it to be spiritual.
“Luigi’s Mansion 3” once again thrusts the very comedic, goofy and nervous Luigi into a brand new haunted mansion. This is the biggest game that Nintendo has released this year.
The East Los Angeles College Chicana/o Studies Department honored the lives of distinguished Latinos with altars for the 16th Annual Día de Los Muertos Altar Exhibit in the Vincent Price Art Museum.
“The Outer Worlds” is a compelling video game that weaves action and adventure with classic role playing aspects, and wraps it all up with beautiful visuals and intuitive gameplay.
John Carpenter’s 1978 thriller “Halloween” is the quintessential slasher film and introduced audiences to the classic masked killer that has been immortalized as a staple of the horror genre.
Gigi Yue was afraid to breathe. She was hit by tear gas fired by Hong Kong police into a crowd of pro-democracy protesters, and all she could do was try to avoid inhaling the white smoke, which creates a burning sensation in the eyes and lungs.
Blink-182 make its way back into the music scene with the release of its eighth official (ninth according to singer/bassist Mark Hoppus) album titled “Nine.”