It’s no secret that DC has had trouble with its films over the past few years, especially with their competitor, Marvel.
Winter is finally here in the world of HBO’s award-winning television show “Game of Thrones,” and the first episode of the final season hit the audience with the intensity and heat of a fire-breathing dragon.
The Vincent Price Art Museum collaborated with artist Edgar Fabian Frías and York Chang to open two new exhibits.
The East Los Angeles College Department of Theater Arts did an amazing job in its production of William Shakespeare’s comedy The Taming of the Shrew (A Comedy of Masks), directed by Ramon Ramos and Vanessa Mizzone Pellegrini.
The 4th annual Boleros De Noche event was held on Friday night at the Plaza de Cultura y Artes in Downtown Los Angeles.
The remake of the classic Stephen King horror story “Pet Sematary” is surprisingly good despite it being a remake.
“Voices: The Finals Hours of Joan of Arc” by David Elliott shows the life of Joan of Arc before she became a hero and how she changed history through the eyes of those around her. It is a good book as an introduction to Joan, but it barely touches on the controversy of her life.
The Art and Animation Club curated the exhibit “Catalyst” at the Vincent Price Art Museum to coincide with the Festival of the Arts.
“A Question of Holmes” is the final book in Brittany Cavallaro’s Sherlockian series. It has continued the partnership of Sherlock Holmes and John Watson only reimagined as teenagers with the angst and problems that come with adolescence.
Frank Simes, musical director for The Who, performed for music students and explained what he believes to be the meaning of life at East Los Angeles College last Thursday.