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Food booths at county fair serving more than just fine food for causes

Elizabeth Castillo, Reporter

September 24, 2014

  While the fair has many food options available, some food booths serve a greater purpose and provide major fundraising opportunities for local organizations. When an individual enters the fair, he can see the food booth affixed with a large, Boy Scout hat. This booth, run by the Bakersfield Boy Scout troop 188, serves hot dogs, burgers, and other common fair food,...

Cookies bring in the dough

Cookies bring in the dough

September 24, 2014

The cookies sold at the Panorama Grill and the Food Court Deli at Bakersfield College are baked fresh daily and are seeing a substantial increase in sales...

Karen O’s breakout album just so so

Elizabeth Castillo, Reporter

September 24, 2014

Known for her wild and manic antics as the Yeah Yeah Yeah’s frontwoman, Karen O somewhat misses the mark in her gentle, lo-fi solo debut, “Crush Songs.” The record begins with “Ooo,” a lullaby-like song that is soft and sweet, similar to the growing emotions of a crush. However, the track that follows the agreeable opener isn’t nearly as impressive. “Rapt”...

Rally calls McCarthy to action on immigration

Elizabeth Castillo, Reporter

September 10, 2014

Local community leaders have varying opinions on the immigration issue, but one position rings clear regardless of political creed: the system is broken. At the end of August, a group of immigration activists rallied outside the Bakersfield office of Congressman Kevin McCarthy as a call to action. “The rally was held as part of the ongoing call for Kevin McCarthy to...

BC student keeps modeling career in focus

BC student keeps modeling career in focus

Elizabeth Castillo, Reporter

September 10, 2014

At the age of 22, Cheyenne Berlin Terronez pursues her dreams with passion and dedication as she models professionally, aspires to be a doctor, and attends...

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