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API heritage celebrated

API heritage celebrated

Cynthia Vasquez, Staff Writer

April 25, 2019


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Members of the Asian Pacific Islander Club were proud to welcome the students and staff at Los Medanos College to a celebration of Asian culture at their second annual Heritage Day event. “We’re just a community here to serve each other.” said API president Sierra Abel on welcoming new people ...

25th annual gospel choir concert

Dante Harrold, Staff Writer

April 25, 2019


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Music that inspires and words that motivate will highlight the 25th "Silver Anniversary" Gospel Celebration Reunion Concert Saturday, May 4. Over the years, the annual celebration entertained and inspired more than 2,300 audience members and has become one of the largest multicultural events in Contra ...

“Supermarket” has everything you need

Marc Lopez, @KaptainMarc

April 25, 2019


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Bobby Hall, better known as Logic, has begun his creative expansion from music with the release of his debut novel “Supermarket.” The Maryland rapper turned New York Times Best Selling author made history becoming the first rapper to ever earn the coveted title. ‘Supermarket’ tells the tale of young, depres...

‘One Punch Man’ returns

‘One Punch Man’ returns

Dante Harrold, @DanteHerald

April 18, 2019


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The first episode of the much-anticipated second season of “One Punch Man” does not disappoint in most regards by starting off with a strong punch. The episode has an interesting premise. Series protagonist Saitama meets up with a man named King, someone believed to be the world’s most power...

Students enjoy a night with Grant Larson

Dante Harrold, @DanteHerald

April 18, 2019


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The Los Medanos College Honors Program and Music Department jointly sponsored An Evening With Grant Larson, a renowned jazz musician, in a well-attended concert Tuesday night in the campus Recital Hall. Music professor Luis Zuniga asked long-time friend Dr. Grant Larson to perform at LMC in hopes tha...

Food Review: In-N-Out’s secret menu

Food Review: In-N-Out’s secret menu

April 18, 2019


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Spencer Batute "4 stars out of 5"  In-N-Out’s not-so-secret secret neapolitan milkshake is a treat worth tasting. This shake blends together In-N-Out’s three milkshake offerings — vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry — into one, making for a frosty fusion of varied flavors. Being able to...

Be very afraid of ‘Us’

Be very afraid of ‘Us’

BreAnna Crawford, @Lyniece_

April 11, 2019


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Jordan Peele, the writer, and director of the critically acclaimed movie “Get out” has released his second anticipated film “US.” The new film is a psychological horror film about a family being terrorized by doppelgangers while on vacation. The main protagonist in the film is Adelaide Wilson, played by A...

From Software’s new game builds on formula

From Software’s new game builds on formula

Spencer Batute, @batutie_

April 11, 2019


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“Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice” is the latest release by the revered Japanese gaming development company From Software, most known for their critically acclaimed Dark Souls franchise and its equally praised spiritual successor, Bloodborne. These action role-playing games have inspired the presence of a ...

Kari Faux release new EP

Alex Camilli, @A_Carnation

April 11, 2019


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Self-awareness is achieved in many ways, but the unfiltered nature of singer-songwriter Kari Faux has landed her new opportunities after her making the life changing decision of dropping out of college. The singer from Little Rock, Arkansas latest EP “Cry 4 Help” oozes both an unapologetic flagrance ...

Drama gets ‘Connected’

Drama gets ‘Connected’

A.R. Broom, @AlexanderRBroom

April 11, 2019


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Los Medanos College Drama Department shut the curtain for the final time on their rendition of Lia Romero's "Connected" to a sold-out show April 29. The transition heavy show was a series of interactions among the main characters, totaling 90 minutes with no intermission. "Connected" featured a tale ...

BSU to put on open mic night

BSU to put on open mic night

Raazhel Watkins, Staff Writer

March 21, 2019


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On March 28 the LMC’s Black Student Union (BSU) will be putting on an open mic event featuring students’ spoken word and other forms of art in a continuation of the celebration of Black History Month. According to T’Keyah Taylor, president of BSU at LMC, the theme of the night is creative mi...

Everything isn’t awesome

Everything isn’t awesome

Dante Harrold, Staff Writer

March 21, 2019


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The sequel to the “Lego Movie,” “The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part,” premiered back on February 8 but honestly, the movie feels a couple years too late. The film follows the story of a lego figure Emmet, played by Chris Pratt, an ultra-optimist and the protagonist of the last movie, trying...

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