Kaiba Japanese Restaurant

September 26, 2018

Kaiba Japanese Restaurant satisfies with specialty sushi rolls, fresh sashimi and ramen soup at an affordable price. The restaurant has two locations, one in Anaheim and the other only 1.1 miles away from East Los Angeles College.

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New Netflix fantasy adventure debuts

September 26, 2018

“The Dragon Prince” follows the story of Callum and Ezran, two human princes from the land of Katolis. Callum is the older of the two and is Ezran’s step-brother. Each of the brothers are special in their own way.

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‘Assassination Nation’ critiques society

September 26, 2018

The premise of“Assassination Nation” is simple. It uses the backdrop of a high school in the city of Salem, Mass. as a way to be inclusive to the many issues plaguing society as a whole. The four main leads do well in their roles, but Odessa Young as Lily and Hari Nef as Bex are the standouts. Their characters go through the most harrowing and intense moments in the film.

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Battle royale explodes into ‘Call of Duty’ beta

September 24, 2018

By Andrew Ayala “Call of Duty” released its newest playlist titled “Blackout,” in a beta last week for players who pre ordered the next iteration of their franchise. A beta is when developers release a game to players, that way they can get some criticism from the people who are actually going to play the game. A playlist is any featured game type that players may choose. After the recent…

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‘Iron Fist’ knows kung fu now

September 20, 2018

By Gustavo Buenrostro With improved fight scenes and a focused story, “Iron Fist” season two is a huge step up from the previous season and shows potential to stand on its own. “Iron Fist” season two picks up after the events of “The Defenders” where Danny Rand, played by Finn Jones, as the Iron Fist is fulfilling a promise he made to protect New York City. But Danny’s decision to…

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‘Cine Sin Fronteras’ showcases Latin-American short-films

September 20, 2018

By Juan Calvillo  The “Cine Sin Fronteras” short-film festival at the Vincent Price Art Museum featured experimental filmography and opened dialogue with the local community Saturday. The Latin American Cinemateca of Los Angeles held the event in hopes of bringing the cinematic arts of Latino-America to a community filled with the very people whose countries the art was created in. “The museum strives to be a place that presents exciting…

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True story Hollywood style

By Andrew Ayala “White Boy Rick” is the Hollywood version of the true tale of Richard Wershe Jr, a Detroit drug dealer and informant at the age of 14. The film was directed by Yenn Demange and written by Andy Weiss, Logan Miller and Noah Miller. The story of Richard Wershe Jr. is an interesting tale of a boy who became a Federal Bureau of Investigation informant at the age…

September 20, 2018
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VPAM cruises back to ’90s youth culture

September 20, 2018

By Luis Castilla Guadalupe Rosales opened her new exhibit, “Echoes of A Collective Memory,” at The Vincent Price Art Museum Saturday. The event extended beyond VPAM as NU MINIS, VW Clan and Lady Volks parked their cars in between S1 and S2. “Echoes of a Collective Memory” contains a collection of symbolic artifacts and photographs that represent what the ‘90s youth culture of Latino/a’s in the Los Angeles area was…

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‘Echoes of a Collective Memory’ retraces past

By Luis Castilla The Vincent Price Art Museum (VPAM) will hold an exhibit that explores the experiences of Latino/a youth culture in 1990s Los Angeles. VPAM will have an opening reception Saturday from 5 to 7 p.m. which will feature a car show with NU MINIS, VW Clan and Lady Volks. There will also be guest DJs, refreshments, and a cash bar. The artist behind “Echoes of a Collective Memory”…

September 13, 2018
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