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Singing up a storm as 50 people compete

Singing up a storm as 50 people compete

Martin Chang, Editor in Chief

April 3, 2013

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By Martin Chang Editor in Chief   From confidence building and making friends to expressing yourself, the contestants at Prime Cut restaurant’s...

New exhibits for the Bakersfield Museum of Art

Ruben A. Perez, Reporter

April 3, 2013

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By Ruben A. Perez Reporter   The Bakersfield Museum of Art is now showing exhibits that showcase the parts of museums that people don’t normally pay attention to. The new exhibits showcase painter Matt Condron, photographer Harry Wilson and architect Randall Stout. Vicki Cruz, the curator of the show, took about two years to assemble the works of these artists...

BC Homestuck fans speak of their fandom

BC Homestuck fans speak of their fandom

Robin Shin, Online Editor

April 3, 2013

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By Robin Shin Online Editor   The author, Andrew Hussie, is currently known for his webcomic titled “Homestuck.” According to knowyourmeme.com,...

Fun at Scottish Games and Gathering

Fun at Scottish Games and Gathering

April 3, 2013

By Mitchelle De Leon Reporter   For anyone who enjoys Pixar’s “Brave,” finds pleasure in the sound of bagpipes or wants to see men...

CSUB hosts second Gamer Education Day

CSUB hosts second Gamer Education Day

Alana Garrett, Reporter

March 14, 2013

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Cal State Bakersfield’s Campus Gamers student organization surprised many gamers and non-gamers alike with their Second Annual Gamer Education Day. ...

The Foundry hosts young and old artists

The Foundry hosts young and old artists

martin chang, editor in chief

March 14, 2013

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  Every March The Foundry celebrates the creativity and imagination of children with their Art Imitates Art exhibit. In the exhibit, which is...

Home opened for creative expression

Home opened for creative expression

March 14, 2013

People are invited to the personal home of LisaAnn Lobasso to celebrate the magic of poetry, art and song. She calls this place in her home Nx Cafe. One...

Local longboard company hosting first annual event

Hannah Breeland, Opinions editor

February 27, 2013

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A local business, Homegrown Longboards, is about to host their “First Annual River Ride and Push Race.” Homegrown Longboards is a business that offers customization of longboards as well as customized boards for advanced riders. The business was created, and is owned and operated by J.J. Gomez, 26, a Bakersfield local. On Jan. 5, Homegrown hosted “Outlaw Downhill...

White Forest Nursery has annual citrus tasting

White Forest Nursery has annual citrus tasting

February 27, 2013

Chef Marcello Rodriguez begins to prepare some citrus for a signature dish at White Forest Nursery’s citrus tasting event on Feb. 16. The event highlighted...

Del Tha Funky Homosapien gave the crowd something to cheer about

Adam Cree, Reporter

February 27, 2013

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After a two-and-a-half hour wait, Del Tha Funky Homosapien wowed the crowd at B’Ryders. After two opening acts that started at 8 p.m., one rapper by the name Booku 1, the other by rapper Bo and DJ Eraserface, the fans were ready and pumped for Del to take the stage, with hecklers shouting, “Where is Del?!” as Booku 1 started his last song. To loud cheers, Del took...

Rockabilly at Narducci’s

Rockabilly  at Narducci’s

Staff

February 27, 2013

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The rockabilly group  The Loner Troubadour and Rockabilly Rat rocked Narducci's Cafe on Feb 22.

Color run for charity

Color run for charity

February 27, 2013

On a tour of 63 cities, the Color Me Rad run found its way back to Bakersfield for a second year. “This is our first race to be twice in one city...

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