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Movie Review: ‘Paranormal Activity 2′ causes paranoia

Michael Phillips LV Life Editor Friday, Oct. 22, the sequel to the 2009 hit “Paranormal Activity” arrived in theaters. After viewing it, I began to suspect that every shadow leading up to my room was a warning of impending danger or a creature preparing to attack me from around the corner. The first “Paranormal Activity” was a limited release film debuted in 2008 from the mind of director... 

Scary movies keep students frightened

Elsie Ramos Sports Editor When the month of October hits, the time comes to put that romantic comedy away and turn off the lights, lock your doors, pop some popcorn, turn up the surround sound and watch your favorite scary movie. Whether it is blood and gore or a psychological thriller, there is something about scary movies that has people wanting more, especially during the Halloween season. “People... 

Happenings

Juggling Josh Casey will showcase his comedy juggling routine at 10 p.m. tonight in La Fetra Hall. The event is part of Homecoming Week events. Admission is free. Heartstop The band Heartstop will perform from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday in Sneaky Park. The musicians are based in Los Angeles. Admission is free. Bill Cunliffe The Fall Music Series continues at 8 p.m. Nov. 12 as acclaimed composer... 

Chris Williams gives audience all that jazz

Chris Williams gives audience all that jazz
Jazz vocalist Chris Williams and a band of six other musicians entertained the crowd Monday night in the Jane Dibbell Cabaret. Williams started off the night with an improvised blues number followed by a number of jazz classics, including “Come Fly With Me” and “Comes Love.” The band also featured Reed Gratz, professor of music, on keyboards./ photo by Jakeh Landrum Jason Cox Staff Writer Award-winning... 

Soprano crosses language barriers

Carly Hill Arts Editor Faculty from Claremont Graduate University provided a multicultural performance for listeners Tuesday at Mudd Theater in the Claremont School of Theology. The performance was given by adjunct professor Ursula Kleinecke-Boyer, soprano vocals, and accompanied by Kyungmi Kim on piano. Dressed in black and white, Kleinecke-Boyer put on a very emotional performance in four different... 

Happenings

Azure Ray Azure Ray will perform songs from their new album, “Drawing Down the Moon,” at 7 p.m. Saturday. Tom Fite and Whisper­town will open the show. Tickets are $13 in advance and $15 at the door. For more information, visit theglasshouse.us. Boston Court The Fall Music Series at the Boston Court Per­forming Arts Center continues tomorrow at 8 p.m. with a performance of Tom Peters scoring... 

Students drum to African beat

Students drum to African beat
Steve Biondo, far left, leads his students, Brooke Ball, Paola Portillo, Christine Serrano, Christian Robles and Zac Florez through a West African drumming lesson. The unique sounds and rhythms can be heard outside of the Hanawalt House during the week as the new drumming class meets every Wednesday. Biondo teaches traditional drumming techniques to three different groups throughout the day. / photo... 

Music Review: Screaming is alarming

Brittany Lawrence Staff Writer One of Britain’s most popular metal bands Bring Me the Horizon has released its third album “There Is a Hell Believe Me I’ve Seen It, There Is a Heaven Let’s Keep It A Secret” earlier this month with Epitaph Records. The band is made up of lead vocalist Oliver Sykes, lead guitarist Lee Malia, bassist Matt Kean, drummer Matt Nicholls, and rhythm guitarist/keyboardist... 

Movie Review: ‘My Soul’ lacks traditional thrills

Michael Phillips LV Life Editor Horror film legend Wes Craven returned to the big screen last week with his latest effort, the 3-D “My Soul to Take.” This is the first film in five years from the creator of the legendary “Nightmare on Elm Street,” “Scream” and “The Hills Have Eyes” franchises. From the trailers, “My Soul to Take” looked similar to “Nightmare on Elm Street” but... 

Series 41 inspired by daily life

Megan Sebestyen Staff Writer Starting with a blank canvas is no easy task for an artist. So artists draw inspiration for their work from travel, nature, literature and film. But artist Ginny Bishton, whose work is currently featured at Pomona College Museum of Art in Project Series 41, has created an exhibit inspired by none other than her daily life. “I’ve been a big fan of Ginny’s for a long,... 
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