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Brother shares bloody bedtime stories

Brother shares bloody bedtime stories
Katurian, played by Jordan Randall (right), tells the story of The Pillowman to his younger brother Michal played by Zachary Green, in the play “The Pillowman,” which was written by Martin McDonagh. The play will run from March 8 to 10 with free previews from March 5 to 7 in the Jane Dibbell Cabaret. “The Pillowman” is the senior directing thesis of Danny Bride. / photo by Cassandra Egan Ingrid... 

Music builds a bridge from Africa to Appalachia

Music builds a bridge from Africa to Appalachia
Joti Rockwell tunes his mandolin before Trans-Atlantic Steel: Appalachian Strings and Zimbabwean Keys, a faculty recital in Pomona College’s Lyman Hall on Saturday. Rockwell performed an unusual combination of African and Appalachian music with Tony Perman, who played several Zimbabwean instruments including the Mbira, a keyed instrument used mainly in rituals honoring ancestral heritage. / photo... 

Music review: Fun.’s talents muffled by over-production

Allison Lavelle LV Life Editor Supported by driving percussion, clever lyrics and striking piano, Fun.’s “Some Nights” is a clear evolution in the band’s musical style. The indie pop band, comprised of Nate Ruess, Jack Antonoff and Andrew Dost, released their sophomore effort on the record label Fueled By Ramen on Feb. 21. The album begins with the enchanting “Some Nights Intro” where the... 

Happenings

‘The Vagina Monologues’ University of La Verne students will hold a benefit performance of “The Vagina Monologues” at 7:30 p.m. March 2 and 3, and at 2 p.m. March 4 in Morgan Auditorium. All proceeds will be donated to “Who’s Your Hero.” Admission is $10. ‘Mirror of the Soul’ The Harris Art Gallery presents “Mirror of the Soul,” an exhibition of 27 bronze sculptures by French... 

Choral consortium flows together

Choral consortium flows together
The Pomona College Choir performed “Water Ruminations” in both parts during the second half of the performance Saturday in cooperation with the Millennium Consort Singers. “Water Ruminations” was written by Tom Flaherty, as part of a series of six poems written throughout the 13th century by poet Rumi. The performance was directed by Millennium Consort Singers conductor Martin Neary. / photo... 

California gets old-fashioned look

California gets old-fashioned look
Artist Tom Oliver discusses the subjects in his paintings with gallery visitor Nancy Curtis. Oliver, a graduate of Cal Poly Pomona, hosted his first exhibition at the Arts Colony in Pomona. The historic Walker House, located in San Dimas, was completed in 1887 and is home to the San Dimas Historical Society and the San Dimas Festival of Arts. / photo by Christian Uriate Mariela Patron Staff Writer People... 

Movie Review: Small girl hits the big screen

Valerie Dominguez Staff Writer From the writer of such award-winning films such as “Spirited Away” and “Ponyo,” Hayao Miyazaki gives movie-goers another emotionally-captivating animated film that expresses the important message that life should be lived to the fullest. Based on Mary Norton’s 1952 fantasy novel “The Borrowers,” “The Secret World of Arrietty” tells the story about a... 

Exhibit rekindles clay’s beginning

Exhibit rekindles clay's beginning
The work of John Mason, Ken Price and Peter Voulkos is currently showcased at the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery at Scripps College. Price’s piece “S.L.Green” was made in 1963 from clay and paint. The exhibition runs through April 8 and is free to the public. / photo by Candice Salazar Annunciata Williams Staff Writer Walking into the white room at the Williamson Gallery at Scripps College,... 

Kayono discusses manga in a new way

Ingrid Rodriguez Staff Writer Manga artist Kayono discussed her influence and showed some pages for her series, “Shojo Girls Comics in Action.” On Feb. 15 at Pomona College, about 60 people went to learn more about manga, a Japanese genre of cartoons, comic books and animated films. “Manga is basically media on paper,” Kayono said. Since her mother was a freelance manga artist, Kayono was exposed... 

Happenings

‘Mirror of the Soul’ The Harris Art Gallery presents “Mirror of the Soul,” an exhibition of 27 bronze sculptures by French sculptor Auguste Rodin. The Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Foundation lent the sculptures to the Univer­sity. The exhibit closes March 29. Admission is free. ‘Rinconada de Oro’ The Carlson Gallery is hosting an exhibition titled, “Rinconada de Oro” by Los Angeles Times... 
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