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“The Universe of Us” colors us impressed

“The Universe of Us” colors us impressed

November 30, 2017

If you use Tumblr, you might recognize some of the poems from “The Universe of Us” by Lang Leav. The international best-selling author has pieces in...

Bocado’s Sushi Bar has good service but bland food

Bocado’s Sushi Bar has good service but bland food

November 30, 2017

Located on Coffee Road, Bocado’s Sushi Bar seems like the perfect illustration of the melting pot metaphor. Two cultures, Mexican and Japanese, blending...

Bruno Mars performance has ‘no comparison’

Bruno Mars performance has ‘no comparison’

November 22, 2017

The first time I listened to “Nothing on You,” by Bruno Mars, I knew I would be a lifelong fan. In addition to his voice that has no comparison, his...

My first time at the LA Comic Con

Karla Gutierrez, Reporter

November 20, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Reviews

Stan Lee Comic Con, also known as Los Angeles Comic Con, was held at the Los Angeles Convention Center Oct. 27 to 29. I’ve only been to the Bakersfield Comic Con, so I thought it would be interesting to go outside of my Bakersfield bubble and go to this convention. Plus, some of my favorite people were going to be there like Stan Lee and Pee-wee Herman; there were also going...

Lots of delicious Greek options available at new location of Athena’s Greek Café and Grill

Lots of delicious Greek options available at new location of Athena’s Greek Café and Grill

November 2, 2017

Athena’s Greek Café and Grill has a new location that has opened on 2900 Calloway Drive. The restaurant was decorated with ancient Greek themed art...

Players can bend time with their farts in ‘The Fractured but Whole’

Players can bend time with their farts in ‘The Fractured but Whole’

Brandon Cowan, Web Editor

November 2, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Reviews

“South Park: The Fractured but Whole” is a direct sequel to the game “South Park: The Stick of Truth.” Before I get into how The Fractured but...

Rupi Kaur’s new collection of poetry, ‘The Sun and Her Flowers’ is bittersweet but uplifting

Rupi Kaur’s new collection of poetry, ‘The Sun and Her Flowers’ is bittersweet but uplifting

Christina Benavides, Reporter

October 23, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Reviews

Rupi Kaur is a #1 New York Times best-selling author. Her second collection of poetry, “The Sun and Her Flowers,” was published on Oct. 3. The first...

Riverdale episode delivers twists

Riverdale episode delivers twists

October 23, 2017

The story continues ... the second season of “Riverdale” was premiered on Oct. 11 on The CW Channel. The story picks up right where season one ended....

New Vietnamese restaurant Rolls and Grill has healthy and low-cost alternatives to fast food

Melisa Puryear, Reporter

October 4, 2017

Filed under Commentary, Reviews

Six weeks ago, a new Vietnamese restaurant called Rolls and Grill opened in the Ming Plaza shopping strip a few doors down from Ross Dress for Less. It’s a very clean, casual, and balanced eating environment which has bright lighting, spacious seating area with a window ledge table complimented by tall chairs, and pleasant music videos to keep diners entertained. The decor...

Kingsman still funny, but vulgar

Lizette Chavez, Editor-in-Chief

October 4, 2017

Filed under Commentary, Reviews

“Kingsman: The Golden Circle” was released in theaters on Sept. 22 to the joy of its sequel asking fans and the chagrin of many critics. The film, lasting 141 minutes and uncut, left much to be desired in the way of characterization of both its new and old characters. This honestly left the viewer wondering what the point of some of the new characters were for, if not just...

The Reneagade Room meets expectation

Lizette Chavez, Editor-in-Chief

October 4, 2017

Filed under Reviews

One of my favorite pastimes is trying new food, so most of my precious free time is spent at restaurants or farmer’s markets. I find that experiencing new cuisine is best done with friends, it is fun to look at each other’s faces when taking that first bite, especially when one of you knows how a dish tastes. As a poor college student I obviously cannot (I should say...

‘IT’ intimidates with a great story

‘IT’ intimidates with a great story

Christopher Cocay, Reporter

October 4, 2017

Filed under Commentary, Reviews

“IT: Chapter One” (2017), directed by Andy Muscietti and based on the best-selling novel by Stephen King, has already broke and is still breaking records...

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