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Showcasing the artists within

Showcasing the artists within

Rattana Kim

September 4, 2013

Setting foot into the LMC Art Gallery, the various artworks on display contrasted against the white, fresh painted walls. “Roll Call Deux” is the 2nd annual Faculty and Staff Art Exhibition. This art gallery gives the opportunity for the faculty and staff to display their talents. Gallery Di...

New Games Announced

Malik Lawson

August 29, 2013

Fall is just around the corner, which to gamers means the release of next generation consoles. From August 21-25, companies such as Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo attended Gamescom, the worlds largest video game convention in Cologne, Germany to unveil their multiple gaming masterpieces to the public. Gamescom...

Saint’s Row delivers again

Saint’s Row delivers again

Dakotah Zabroski

August 29, 2013

Saint’s Row IV is the fourth game in the series and it does not disappoint. It was developed by Volition, Inc. and published by Deep Silver. It is available to play for Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. I played it on the Xbox 360. After playing the first three games in the series...

Music festival rocks SoCal audience

Music festival rocks SoCal audience

Herbert Morales

August 29, 2013

As the sun went down on the last night of the FYF and the Los Angeles skyline glistened on the backs of attendants from across the country, everyone put their drinks down and hands up for the final acts. Festival season was drawing to a close on the West Coast after Outside Lands, Coachella and FYF...

Chassé the Dream

Chassé the Dream

Rattana Kim

August 28, 2013

Margaret Kenrick, Biology professor at Los Medanos College, began dancing ballet at the age of 4. “My parents took me to see the ‘Nutcracker’ and I thought to myself, ‘I can do that,’” she said. Ever since, ballet has played an important role in her life. Sitting at her desk, stacked...

Iron Man 3 Review

Iron Man 3 Review

Brendan Cross and Dakotah Zabroski

May 10, 2013

‘Iron Man 3’ Movie Summary: The third film of the Iron Man series shows Tony Stark in a new light as he not only battles enemies such as The Mandarin, but is also battling bouts of anxiety and potentially losing his love, Pepper Potts. Directed by Shane Black. Runtime: 2 Hr, 15 Min. Rated PG-13....

Talley lives, loves and breathes art

Talley lives, loves and breathes art

Stephanie Pattison

May 10, 2013

“I love what I do,” said Rebecca Talley, artist, creative director and professor. She’s been teaching at Los Medanos College for 15 years. LMC offered her a job while she was a creative director for a publishing company in Walnut Creek. “We need somebody that has real world experience,” Talley...

Student show impresses all

Student show impresses all

Brendan Cross

May 10, 2013

Bronze scissors with legs for blades dangled from the ceiling of the LMC art gallery casting a shadow against the wall as if it were dancing towards the next piece of art. “Running with Scissors,” by Alexandra Goncharova, is one of over 50 pieces that were chosen for this year’s student art show...

Local restaurants offer good variety

Local restaurants offer good variety

Alexandra Tagliamonte

May 3, 2013

Tired of eating at the same place day in and day out? Spending money on the same cuisine can get boring fast. At Fresh and Natural Café, located on the Los Medanos College campus, one may take a quick scan of the menu and can ascertain that the food is primarily modern American cuisine, and not much...

Album explores different sounds

Album explores different sounds

Brendan Cross

May 3, 2013

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs are an American indie rock band from New York City that originally formed in 2000. Their releases include “Fever to Tell” in 2003, “Show Your Bones” in 2006, “It’s Blitz!” in 2009 and their latest release, “Mosquito,” earlier this month. Their first three albums...

Goes above and ‘Beyond’ (Review)

Goes above and ‘Beyond’ (Review)

Brendan Cross

April 26, 2013

The Place Beyond The Pines” is a drama directed by Derek Cianfrance, who previously directed “Blue Valentine,” that stars Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper, and Eva Mendes. This movie, from start to finish, is definitely the best film I’ve seen in a long while. The story is not necessarily the most...

Laugh like a sailor

Laugh like a sailor

Rattana Kima

April 26, 2013

As audience members strolled into the Little Theater, chatter fought with the upbeat music playing in the background. The opening night of The Cripple of Inishmaan, written by Martin McDonagh and directed by Reid Davis, was minutes away from captivating the audience. The lights dimmed and the music...

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