Disney+’s new Marvel show, “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier” prepares fans for what’s next for the legacy of Captain America, but falls short.
With students constantly on the search for the right college, Guided Pathways is meant to help all students figure out their path at East Los Angeles College. However, as of late it has been difficult to gauge with students due to COVID-19 on the proper paths. Specifically those among theatre arts, journalism, architecture and a wide range of majors.
Netflix’s “Holidate” is a good movie to watch if there’s no new interesting options. It is however a little predictable and has some obvious punch lines. This film is about two individuals who are tired of being single on holidays.
Although the holidays aren’t as joyous due to COVID-19, and it seems as though everything is canceled, holiday movies are still in full swing.
Netflix’s “Alien Xmas” is reminiscent of typical holiday movies. The film helps fills the void of missing holiday cheer.
Bring Me The Horizon’s new album “Post Human: Survival Horror” is a nostalgic mind-blowing album.
Over the years, Bring Me The Horizon has strayed away from its metalcore roots with its most iconic album being “Sempiternal,” making them a staple in the rock scene.
The band has evolved from a deathcore sound to a mix of alternative-rock and metalcore.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have always had a special place in the hearts of Angelenos.
The Dodgers made the city proud by winning the World Series after 32 years. Over the last four years, Dodger fans have been heartbroken and frustrated with the outcomes from the playoffs and World Series games.
Now, the Dodgers came back and redeemed themselves.
Netflix’s “A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting” is a cheesy coming-of-age film.
The plot of the movie has a lot of potential as shown in its trailer and does hit some marks, but could have been executed better.
The new animated sci-fi sitcom “Solar Opposites” is definitely a show to watch while in quarantine, as it can transport to a different world.
Williams’ new album takes the audience into her mind and shows her vulnerability through her lyrics.