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Orchestra tells fairytales in fall concerts

Jada Fox, Guest Writer

October 16, 2019

Fairytales, Bible stories, and Roman histories whirled together in a tapestry of storytelling by the Westmont Orchestra in their annual fall concerts Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon at First Presbyterian Church. Each year, at...

Justin Bieber and Dan + Shay debut new single

Keilani Mayo, Staff Writer

October 16, 2019

Country and pop music fans were thrilled to see prominent country duo Dan + Shay and famous pop star Justin Bieber collaborate on a new single, “10,000 Hours”. After several days of teasing the project, the artists released the ...

Bob Dylan brings loose performance to the Bowl

Gabriel Farhadian, Staff Writer

October 16, 2019

Few artists have had such a wide-reaching impact as Bob Dylan. Steve Jobs famously projected Dylan’s lyrics at showings of new Apple devices in the company’s infant years, Jimi Hendrix used to profusely cover Bob Dylan’s...

“Between Two Ferns” delivers awkward laughs

Craig Odenwald, Staff Writer

October 2, 2019

A car swerves and careens into dirt and dust. The passengers exit. They are panicked, shocked, and terrified. But their driver Zach Galifianakis does not care whether they are safe or injured. Instead he searches the vehicle f...

“Our Boys” provides a personalized perspective on the Israel-Palestine conflict

Korbin Breeden, Staff Writer

October 2, 2019

Filmmaking is a powerful medium because of its ability to shift perspectives and narratives, share the hardships of life, and form perceptions of “the other.” “Our Boys,” the latest documentary series from HBO, provides...

The telltale tales of Gina Oschner’s “People I Wanted to Be”

Craig Odenwald, Staff Writer

September 25, 2019

There is a natural human desire to be extraordinary. People like to be the heroes of their own stories and to achieve that which lets other people see the best parts of themselves. But what happens when they never achieve the e...

Berlin artist Ari Benjamin Meyers presents music that moves

Alexa Highsmith, Staff Writer

September 25, 2019

The highly accomplished, revolutionary Berlin-based artist Ari Benjamin Meyers breathes music to life through more mediums than just air in his “Kunsthalle for Music” at the Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara. At the openin...

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