Saddleback College’s Choir and Symphony performed “A Feast of Lights” in the McKinney Theatre from Dec. 1 to Dec. 3. This holiday concert kicked off December with different
The Department of Theatre Arts at Saddleback College presents “Assassins,” on Dec. 1st-10th in the Studio Theatre. A book by John Weidman, from an idea by Charles Gilbert
The Saddleback College English department welcomed all English majors, undeclared majors, and bookworms alike to their second annual Putrid Poetry Party. Faculty and staff read the unintentional but
Saddleback’s Wind Ensemble takes the stage at the McKinney Theatre on the night of Friday October 6 for their first concert of the year titled October Winds. Conducted
Hollywood has been awash in uncreative and repetitive sequels designed to distract moviegoers with computer-generated imagery (CGI), quick cuts and their formulaic plots in order to rake in
Clowns suck. It has never been a great idea to wear strange makeup and show up to parties acting extremely creepy, yet we still make movies about them.
Alas, the prophecy is holding true… for the most part. In last weeks season seven finale of George R.R. Martin’s critically acclaimed “Game of
“Damn” is an incredibly intense roller coaster of a record. Making his debut as Kung-Fu Kenny, Kendrick Lamar shows us the real roots of hip hop, while discussing
5. To Pimp a Butterfly – Kendrick Lamar Kendrick rolls us through the whole feel of the album, beginning with the first song. “Wesley’s Theory” funk rolls through
“The Assignment” was released on Friday, April 7, and was directed by the well-known Walter Hill, considered by many to be among the elite filmmakers of this generation.
When Clay Jensen arrives home one day, he finds a box full of cassette tapes on his doorstep. In “Thirteen Reasons Why,” author Jay Asher tells the story
M. Night Shyamalan has greatly improved his form after a series of hit and miss movies, according to Variety magazine. This recent entry into the thriller genre has been