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“Snare” steals your soul

Moses Lawson, Staff Writer
May 6, 2014

Photos by Cathie Lawrence “Snare” is an original piece written by the Drama 52 ensemble, a play that you won’t want to pass up. “Snare” is the gripping tale of a young woman named Charlotte,...

Art students have a chance to win

Aishling Doherty, [email protected], Staff writer
April 16, 2014

Notifications have been sent out for the 2014 Los Medanos College Student Art Show. By now students are getting the news if their art work as been accepted into the show. The deadline to turn in entries...

Oculus movie review

‘Oculus’ movie review

It is rare that a horror movie release of any kind is at least decent nowadays, but Oculus provides a story that sinks its teeth into you along with enough jump scares to keep everyone on their toes. There...

Oculus movie review

‘Oculus’ movie review

Despite the cheesiness of most horror movies nowadays, Oculus intrigued me. Normally I would not have seen a movie like this, much less have enjoyed it as much as I did. I am not usually the type of person...

‘Day Labor’ jams out

Tanner Johnson, Staff Writer
April 16, 2014

Students from Los Medanos College formed a ska band named Day Labor and now have many local fans. The band members tour all over the Bay Area, so fans can be throughout the Contra Costa County. Ska...

Deer Valley High School student Sarah Ogden plays the violoncello during the “Mostly Baroque Concert” in the Los Medanos College Recital Hall on Feb. 27.

Harmony fills the Recital Hall

Los Medanos College’s Music Department presented “A Mostly Baroque Concert” featuring LMC’s Baroque Ensemble with special guests of Deer Valley High School Orchestra, directed by Damian Ting. Last...

Blockbuster is definitely lackluster

Joseph Delano
January 23, 2014

An empty theater is almost never a good sign for moviegoers. Sure, an empty theater can be nice aesthetically, but the lack of patrons is usually indicative of the quality of the feature film. This proved...

Student artist prevails : poster garners money, accolades

Student artist prevails : poster garners money, accolades

Stephanie Pattison
January 23, 2014

“There is a problem with underage drinking in the community,” said Rebecca Talley, Art and Advertising professor at Los Medanos College. Talley was approached by the city of Antioch to try and...

Antics of the government

Malik Lawson
November 20, 2013

Los Medanos College's Drama Department displays a show unlike any other called "The Government Inspector" and it is what I would call ‘the jewel in their crown.’ The play starts off at a meeting...

“Queer” bares all

Rattana Kim
November 20, 2013

    Photos by Cathie Lawrence A crowd of students gathered outside the Los Medanos College Art Gallery, as it held the first ever “Queer: The Now” art show, which had its opening...

Creepy Tiki gets freaky

Alicia Alm
November 6, 2013

On Halloween, the College Advancement Center at Los Medanos College held a “Creepy Tiki Open House” event welcoming students and faculty to embrace the Halloween spirit. The event encouraged the use...

From left to right, actors Miranda Ketchum, William Pinnell, Fredrico Bartolo, Joseph Latu and TJ Spadini rehearse for the upcoming play called The Government Inspector.

LMC hosts a game of cat and mouse: Drama Department attempts long con

Malik Lawson
November 6, 2013

LMC's Drama Department is back again with another play in Little Theater that’s going take their audience from their world into another. This month, they are introducing us to “The Government Inspector.”...

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