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‘From the Car’ The Carlson Gallery will show “From the Car,” a black and white photography exhibit, through Oct. 8. The exhibit showcases photographs taken of passengers in cars during a daily commute by Los Angeles-based photographer Lillian Elaine Wilson. Admission is free. Dirty Projectors KXLU presents the Dirty Projectors at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Glass House in Pomona. Dominique Young... 

Pomona gallery goes eclectic after hours

Pomona gallery goes eclectic after hours
Steven Comba, Assistant Museum Director, was among the guests at “Art After Hours,” a weekly event hosted by Pomona College Museum of Art. The Museum invites visitors each Thursday evening to see the current exhibitions while enjoying food, refreshments, and live music. Work in the Museum includes Steve Roden’s sculpture and painting installation titled “When Words Become Form” and... 

Music Review: For Lynch, going solo is all you need

Megan Sebestyen Staff Writer To say that Keith Lynch is the man behind the music of Unknown Component is an understatement. Lynch is the band’s only member; he writes the lyrics, plays all the instruments, records the vocals, mixes and masters the CDs and releases and promotes them himself. Lynch will release his latest album “The Infinite Definitive” Oct. 12. To date, the project consists of... 

Happenings

Harris Gallery The reception for Seth Kaufman’s solo exhibit will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Harris Art Gallery. The exhibit is a series of sculptures created from unusual objects. This exhibit will remain up until Oct. 14. Admission is free. Carlson Gallery The Carlson Gallery will host the reception for “From the Car,” a black and white photography exhibition from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.... 

Red Jumpsuit Apparatus jump starts ULV campus

Red Jumpsuit Apparatus jump starts ULV campus
Bands bring down the house in largest concert in school history The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus – Duke Kitchens on guitar, Jon Wilkes on drums, Joey Westwood on bass, Ronnie Winter, lead singer and Matt Carter on guitar – headline LaVernapalooza in the Athletics Pavilion on May 14. The event was hosted by members of CAB, ASULV and Phi Delta Theta fraternity. / photo by Nicholas Mitzenmacher Kristen... 

‘Zowee’ wows in Harris Gallery

'Zowee' wows in Harris Gallery
During the opening of the “Wowee Zowee” exhibit in the Harris Gallery on Tuesday, artist Marine Mkrttchyan and Felicia Beardsley, interim associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, discuss the artwork on display. Mkrttchyan contributed two paintings to the exhibit, which showcases student work from several art and photography classes on the University of La Verne campus. / photo by Christopher... 

Movie Review: Robin Hood sheds historic baggage

Michael Phillips Staff Writer We have all heard the classic, childhood story of Robin Hood. He is noble man from 12th century England who wore bright tights, had a bow and arrow and a love for stealing from the rich and giving to the poor. Last week, director Ridley Scott’s version of “Robin Hood” opened worldwide, however the Robin Hood we know from our childhood is not the one portrayed in... 

Dave Trautz discovers a new sound

Michael Escañuelas Arts Editor Establishing a folk music sound is not an easy task, but artist Dave Trautz is beginning to find his voice through his passion and honesty in his first double solo release, “Good News” and “Saviors.” “I wasn’t really any good at being a musician so much, but I was pretty decent at writing and giving orders,” Trautz said. Released on his website for free... 

One act plays showcase talent

One act plays showcase talent
Theater students, Ali Franco and Jordan Randall perform “California Suite,” written by Neil Simon and directed by senior Brittnay Lokar, as part of the One-Act Festival on Monday night. “California Suite” was offered among six plays in the annual festival at Dailey Theatre. Stage designers Caitlin McCarthy, Jen Scarr and Annie Curasi prepared the set and props for the play. The shows is scheduled... 

Chamber Music class provides entertainment

Jose Hernandez Staff Writer Sounds of the Americas were heard last Friday afternoon in the University Chapel as the Chamber Music class provided entertainment from vocal to instrumental performances as part of their Spring recital. The performance, hosted by the ULV Music Department and music fraternity Mu Phi Epsilon, featured an array of selections that involved the students and some faculty members... 
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