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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...

Benny Sing’s new album is dreamy

Benny Sing’s new album is dreamy

Alex Camilli, @A_Carnation

March 21, 2019


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Dutch pop artist Benny Sings announced he will be releasing his sixth studio album. The sixth album retains the dreamy characteristics heard in his soft hearted ballads of past works. Sings was born in Dordrecht, Netherlands where he formed his first band in high school called “The Loveboat” befo...

Poets spit truth and rhymes

Poets spit truth and rhymes

Alex Camilli, @A_Carnation

March 14, 2019


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Los Medanos Colleges’ Little Theater housed an all-inclusive spoken word presentation by Sister Spit, a lesbian-feminist art collective based out of San Francisco, who has intrigued the audience with vivid poetry. Professors Liz Green and Morgan Lynn made this no cost event possible which provi...

‘Umbrella Academy’ bloodier than you think

‘Umbrella Academy’ bloodier than you think

Chris Ruiz, Staff writer

March 14, 2019


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If Marvel’s Netflix shows weren’t bloody, messed up, edgy and grand enough for you, don’t worry, Netflix’s new show, “The Umbrella Academy,” won’t let that rain on your parade any longer. “The Umbrella Academy” is about seven out of 43 children that were born all on the same day, ...

‘Captain Marvel’ left in a gray space

‘Captain Marvel’ left in a gray space

Marc Lopez, @KaptainMarc

March 14, 2019


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The final movie in Marvel Cinematic Universe before the next Avengers movie has finally been released. Brie Larson is on a mission to prove her haters wrong in "Captain Marvel." However, does "Captain Marvel" leave a marvelous feeling for audiences after seeing the movie? The answer, sort of. "Captai...

‘Connected’ to send a message

‘Connected’ to send a message

Hillary Hetrick, @hillarymhetrick

March 7, 2019


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LMC Theater Productions is hard at work preparing for their next play, “Connected”. The play, written by Lia Romeo, is about what it means to live in the era of social media and the internet. It also shows that even though people are constantly communicating via the internet, people are still find...

Solange drops a surprise album

Solange drops a surprise album

Alex Camilli, @A_Carnation

March 7, 2019


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The Knowles family has been a dominant force in the music industry ever since Beyonce graced our ears in the 1990s. Her younger sister Solange’s fourth studio album “When I Get Home” introduces her own approach to R&B. In the late 1990s, both sisters were involved in the best selling female ...

Fans are ‘Suckers’ for the Jonas Brothers

Fans are ‘Suckers’ for the Jonas Brothers

Chris Ruiz, Staff Writer

March 7, 2019


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It seems like we’ve traveled back in time and not to the year 3000. The Jonas Brothers have finally released a new song after six years of silence. In the meantime, the brothers have been going about their own careers, each finding ways to say “we aren’t Disney boys anymore, we’re grown....

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