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Op-Ed: O Ramen

Luis Rojas, Reporter

December 11, 2019

When it comes to Japanese food there are only a few places that I have visited in Bakersfield for a good bowl of Ramen. I’m not a big fan of Japanese food but when I first saw or heard about Ramen it was in one of those food shows of Anthony Bourdain on Netflix. I have been to a couple of Japanese restaurants and usually, I go there for Sushi but it turns out I don’t...

“Carol of the Bells” premieres at Fox Theater

Alex Gutierrez, Reporter

December 4, 2019

Inclusion Films premiered a heartfelt Christmas themed movie called “Carol of the Bells” Tuesday night at the Historic Fox Theater in Bakersfield. The event kicked off with the actors and actresses of the movie walking the red carpet in front of the Fox as the community was steadily filling the theater. Inside, it was nearly a full house at the premiere with guests...

Cobre, an International muralist visits Bakersfield

Cobre, an International muralist visits Bakersfield

November 25, 2019

The city of Bakersfield was visited by Andres Iglesias, an international art muralist from Santa Fe, Argentina. Iglesias is best known in the artistic...

Bakersfield ranked among top cities for teachers

David Portillo, Reporter

November 18, 2019

A study by Justin Saeheng was recently conducted showing Bakersfield is one of the best cities for teachers. According to a study by AdvisorSmith, 380 cities throughout America were ranked for the best largest city for teachers and Bakersfield was placed at number two. The field of teaching is growing at a rate of 3.82 percent with over 500,000 preschool teachers, 1.6 million...

The Buena Vista Museum of Natural History and Science hosts Night at the Museum

Jocelyn Sandusky, Reporter

November 4, 2019

The Buena Vista Museum of Natural History and Science hosted people of all ages for their ninth annual Night at the Museum presentation on Oct. 25 and 26. Museum docents escorted groups of 10 through the dark museum with a flashlight as they educated small children and adults about pre-historic and modern animals, civilizations, and natural occurrences and objects. T...

Museum presents an exciting night for children and adults alike

Jocelyn Sandusky, Reporter

November 1, 2019

The Buena Vista Museum of Natural History and Science hosted people of all ages for their ninth annual Night at the Museum presentation on Oct. 25 and 26. Museum docents escorted groups of 10 through the dark museum with a flashlight as they educated small children and adults about pre-historic and modern animals, civilizations, and natural occurrences and objects. Throughout...

BC students help raise money for elementary student garden

BC students help raise money for elementary student garden

November 1, 2019

The Edible Schoolyard at Buena Vista Elementary hosted a Toast and Taste the Season event on Oct. 25. The event was in partnership with various local...

David Carr teams up with Realty Concepts

Tyler Frost, Reporter

November 1, 2019

Former first overall NFL draft pick and Bakersfield native David Carr takes on a new business venture as he partners with Realty Concepts and their brokerage. The partnership brings together two parties that are family-oriented and committed to the best interests of the Central Valley. Realty Concepts is recognized as the Valley’s leading real estate brokerage. They are...

Kern County Museum hosts first-ever Brunch Fest

Tiarra McCormick, Reporter

October 18, 2019

This weekend the weather served up the sunshine, sunglasses, and sunscreen. These were mandatory at the Bakersfield first-ever Brunch Fest. It was held at the Kern County Museum for 21 and up. The event showcased various vendor restaurants that serve brunch locally. The restaurant vendors served bite-size food samples and alcoholic beverages and for the nondrinkers, they...

The Greek Food Festival Returns to Bakersfield

The Greek Food Festival Returns to Bakersfield

October 18, 2019

The Greek Food Festival comes to Bakersfield annually and it is celebrated at St. George Greek Orthodox Church. The Greek Food Festival lasts for three...

Bakersfield hosts annual local Pride event

Bakersfield hosts annual local Pride event

October 17, 2019

This year Bakersfield held its annual Pride festival which included of games, food and an exciting ticket drawing on Oct. 12, at Stramler Park in Downto...

March for Equality Rallies in Response to U.S. Court Case on Discrimination in the Workforce

Bianca Cacciola, Reporter

October 17, 2019

The March for Equality was held on Oct. 8 at the corner of Gosford and Stockdale Hwy sponsored by Bakersfield LGBTQ and Stonewall Democrats of Kern. The march ended at California State University Bakersfield, who is also holding Pride Week on campus. In response to the U.S. Supreme Court case hearing for LGBTQ+ discrimination in the workforce, a march and rally were held...

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