A lack of scoring from men’s soccer attackers in key moments of the game resulted in an away loss to Pasadena City College 3-2 on Friday.
With a hat-trick from East Los Angeles College freshman forward Perla Navarro, women’s soccer defeated Pasadena City College 3-0 on Friday at Robinson Stadium.
By: Juan Calvillo “Bad Times at the El Royale” starts off slowly, then ratchets the intensity into overdrive, telling a violent story of perception and truth. Each of the characters staying at the El Royale, a hotel with a ‘60s feel, have something that has made them wary of others in Drew Goddard’s wild ride of a movie. Goddard has cut his teeth writing and producing amazing action and story…
By Andrew Ayala Hip-hop heavyweight Lil Wayne triumphs once more with the release of his highly anticipated veteran album “Tha Carter V.” Surpassing 100,000,000 streams in two days on Spotify alone, this album is destined to be one for the record books. It’s been four years since fans have received a “Tha Carter” album. This living legend does more than succeed this time around, and does so by revisiting past…
By: Luis Castilla The Vincent Price Art Museum had an opening reception for their new exhibit, “Regeneración: Three Generations of Revolutionary Ideology” Saturday. The event featured a live music performance by Aztlan Underground, a dance performance and a poetry reading by artist Patricia Valencia. “Regeneración: Three Generations of Revolutionary Ideology” explores the evolution and growth of revolutionary radical ideologies of Latinos through art, protest and political cartoons and magazines. The…
Huskie men’s soccer lost its conference game on Tuesdays against Chaffey with a final score of 5-1.
Downtown Los Angeles will spotlight traditional Mexican food Oct. 7, as La Feria de los Moles celebrates 11 years of bringing gastronomic excellence to local communities. The fair introduces locals to, and shows off, the achievements in mole from cooks across Mexico. The goal of the fair is to bring families from near and far closer together by combining the elements of music, food and culture into one day.
The Sexual Assault Awareness Violence Education Team is holding the 21st Annual Mujeres de Paz Candlelight March and Vigil in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
The group is welcoming all ages to come show their support by walking in union with friends, family and survivors in memory to make a stand against domestic violence.
According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, the assailant fled after stabbing the victim multiple times in the head and chest area.
The police apprehended 27 year old Manuel Ortiz Jr. on April 12th on suspicion of the assault.
The fair is one of many events organized by the Sexual Assault Awareness Violence Education team, or S.A.A.V.E., in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, observed in October.
Promoting health and wellness, a number of booths represented by local business will be featured.