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Popular television show ‘Bob’s Burgers’ hits theaters in 2020

“Bob’s Burgers” has announced its move to the big screen. The franchise is set to release a full-length film in July 2020, as confirmed by Fox Animation. The television show is centered around Bob Belcher, his family and their modest burger joint, which has been successful in creating a strong and faithful fan base. “Bob’s […]

Season two of ‘Stranger Things’ entices, excites fans

Netflix released the long awaited ”Stranger Things: Season 2” Oct. 27 with nine new episodes. The Netflix Original sequel was released 15 months after the first season, which immediately became popular among Netflix users. Alanna Saldana, junior nursing major, saw the premiere showing at the Fox Theater in Westwood. Cast members, including Natalia Dyer (Nancy […]

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The ‘Unhappy Hour’ strikes once again

Celebration of macabre literature is success for department. The Department of modern Languages and Literature at California Baptist University hosted the fourth consecutive “Unhappy Hour” on Oct. 30 in the A.J. Staples Room. The event providing a platform for literature and scary stories. Dr. Laura Veltman, professor of American literature, established the evening in theme, joking, “You are all too […]

Majid Jordan releases sophomore R&B album ‘The Space Between’

Majid Jordan released their sophomore album, “The Space Between,” Oct. 27. The Toronto duo Majid Al Maskati and Jordan Ullman are signed to OVO sound, the record label co-founded by Drake. The Canadian duo wrote and co-produced Drake’s hit song “Hold-On, We’re Going Home.” With a sound similar to Partynextdoor, Majid Jordan dropped their second […]

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Orchestral music raises standard of excellence

The purpose statement of the Collinsworth School of Music is inspiring students to the highest standards of musical craft and personal character, preparing them for success in music. Changes and improvements have been made to enhance the professionalism and credibility of the program. Smaller ensembles within the larger groups have been formed such as quartets, […]

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‘Little Shop of Horrors’ hits the stage

Wallace Theater’s production of “Little Shop of Horrors” is an engaging tale of Seymour Krelborn and his exotic plant, Audrey II. Seymour cultivates this plant, named after his crush. The plot revolves around Audrey’s attempt to bring customers to Mr. Mushnik’s failing flower shop. What Mr. Mushnik fails to realize is the plant’s insatiable thirst […]

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New Día de los Muertos exhibit opens in Ontario

Local museum showcases art from local artists, honors Mexican ways. In honor of Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, Ontario’s Museum of History and Art is showcasing different artwork from Oct. 5 – Nov. 12 by local artists that exemplify the meaning behind one of Mexico’s oldest traditions. This exhibit was created to educate the community […]