East Los Angeles College departments and services have to request Diversabilities Support Program and Services for training on how to better serve disabled students, but some services have not received training since the onset of the pandemic.
After enduring two years without live plays, the Theater Arts Department proves it has not lost its aptitude for putting on exceptional performances with Aristophanes’ “The Birds.”
In its first production in the Black Box Theater in two years, the Theater Arts Department adapts Aristophanes’ 414 B.C. Greek play “The Birds” co-directed by Vanessa Pellegrini and Joseph Darby.
Few artists have the honor of being genre-defining. No band has become synonymous with a single genre as much as Beach has with dream pop.
East Los Angeles College students have long been able to rely on the services of the Student Health Center to fulfill many different basic medical needs.
The congestion at the Port of Los Angeles is already making people nervous about how it will affect the holiday season.
Seeing someone without a face mask these days is like seeing someone naked. It’s taboo and somewhat dirty. They certainly shouldn’t be that way out in public. It’s as if they’re telling the world, “Look at me. I have no shame.”
Australian band King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard add a new quarantine- themed chapter to its prolific catalog with its new album “K.G.”
At this point, it’s almost impossible to call King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard a rock band. It has covered so many musical bases and genres, it’s difficult to pin down its sound.
Music platform Bandcamp is once again lending a hand to artists during the COVID-19 pandemic with the launch of their new interactive ticketed live-streaming feature.
Bandcamp announced last Tuesday the launch of Bandcamp Live. The new feature allows artists to set up a ticketed live stream.
Artists can set ticket prices and sell merch during the live-stream. There is also an optional streamside chat where fans can talk to each other.
While nothing compares to seeing a play live, the East Los Angeles College Theater Arts Department did not fail in delivering a powerful and relevant adaptation of “Spoon River Anthology.”
Director David Laird Scott said there were no in-person rehearsals for this production. Instead, all the performers recorded their scenes individually.