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The best gift is the gift of boring, but useful

Jennifer Snook @SIRJID Buying gifts is hard. Your dad doesn’t seem to want anything, and you gave him enough tool kits when you were younger to last a lifetime. So, you head to Walmart, buy him [...]

Life in the limelight: presenting Harold NY

Alex Lontoc and Christopher Hartwell @ALEXXLLONTOC @SILIENCESEEN From textbooks to scripts, classrooms to stage sets, teachers to directors. Harold Ny, a student at Las Positas, juggles schoolwork and acting. A third year student at Las Positas, [...]

‘Dancing at Lughnasa’ portrays the lives of five Irish sisters

Elizabeth Joy @ELIZABE53603091 Walking into the Black Box Theater, one is immediately in a time warp. The stage is so impressive, simply and authentically designed, it transports you instantaneously into the early twentieth century. As the [...]

Dear Disney- a little restraint, please

Christopher Hartwell @SILIENCESEEN In the most recent Disney film, “Coco”, it was a dismay to most of the audience that there was a “Frozen” short film that although not asked for, was shoehorned into the screening [...]

Sexual harassment charges rock Hollywood

Elizabeth Joy Elizabe53603091 Actor Kevin Spacey’s career quickly folded when former co-star, Anthony Rapp, made public accusations of sexual assault on Oct. 29.  Netflix dismissed Spacey immediately from his lead roll on the hit series, “House of Cards” [...]

Fall shows leave you screaming for more

By Nicholas Biria @NICHOLASBIRIA Get ready to set your DVR because many of your favorite shows are coming back, and there’s a lot of good new stuff. Whether you’re big on horror, drama or comedy there’s [...]

Mr. Robot: Hacking its way into the social dialogue

By CJ Peterson @cjpeterson51 The world is whatever it’s perceive it to be. And while this may be a freeing and liberating testament, it begs the question of what is factual and what is not. USA [...]

Our Fall TV Picks

The much-anticipated fall television season is here. Our entertainment specialists highlight the shows they most look forward to this season.         By Sabrina Solorzano and Nicholas Biria “Scream Queens” Creator Ryan Murphy, best [...]

Studying with Music, A Misconception

By Nicholas Biria and Sabrina Solorzano The 17th century playwright William Congreve once made the claim that “music hath charms that soothe a savage breast.” But can it help you with statistics, though? If you believe [...]

The 17-year Old Who Married Capitol Records Off One Song

Silento’ just turned 17 earlier this year and made it from Atlanta to Los Angeles and back off of his song “Watch Me”. The highschooler turned internet star got 220+ million views on his video released [...]