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Music professor dazzles audience

Music professor dazzles audience
Yih-Mei Hu, a visiting professor at Scripps College, performed music of Claude Debussy, George Crumb and Franz Liszt as a part of the Friday Noon Concert series in Balch Auditorium on Feb. 19. Each piece was unique, including Crumb’s “Five Pieces for Piano,” which required not only the playing of the keys but the plucking of the piano strings. / photo by Christopher Guzman Carly Hill News Editor The... 

'Vagina Monologues' preview sparks emotion

Kristen Campbell News Editor The production of “The Vagina Monologues” is back at the University of La Verne with new interpretations and entertainment for everyone. Celebrating its fifth year of performing on Dailey Theatre’s main stage, the cast and crew of this year’s production are hoping for a successful turnout. “There’s so much darkness and secrecy surrounding them—like the Bermuda... 

Happenings

Chain Reaction Southern California rockers Lower Definition will be headlining a concert tonight at the Chain Reaction in Anaheim with support from Hyde Your Monster, Rive, Mid Air Crisis, Seiri, Alaska Young and Rosalynn. The concert begins at 7 p.m. and ends at 11 p.m. General admission is $12 at the door. ‘All U Can Eat’ The Bunny Gunner Gallery in the Pomona Arts Colony will hold its last... 

Latin culture inspires exhibit

Latin culture inspires exhibit
  An exhibition titled “Collector’s Choice,” is now on display at the Latino Art Museum on Second Street in Pomona. Armando Durón, a Los Angeles area art collector, selected many works, including paintings by Luis Soto, left, and Yolanda Gonzalez, right. For the exhibition, Durón challenged the artists with loosely based rules and themes to bring out works from within their professional... 

Drama, comedy offered in bite-sized chunks

Tiffany Spears Staff Writer Excitement, joy, peace and anger were some of the feelings displayed on stage at the “10-Minute Play Festival 2010.” in the Dom’s Lounge at the Smith Campus Center at Pomona College. The Dom’s Lounge was so packed with people that many of them had to stand. The audience was composed of friends and family members cheering on their loved ones. The first play entitled... 

Happenings

House of Blues We the Kings will be headlining the Take Action Tour at the House of Blues in Anaheim on Saturday. The concert will be supported by Mayday Parade, A Rocket to the Moon, There for Tomorrow, and Stereo Skyline. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $19 at the door. Claremont Colleges A member of the Scripps College faculty will play piano today as part of... 

Space inspires art for new Tall Wall exhibit

Space inspires art for new Tall Wall exhibit
Sherin Guirguis talks with artist Almond Zigmund during the opening reception of the exhibition, “Plane Suite,” a two-dimensional installation on the Tall Wall. Zigmund earned a bachelor’s degree from Parsons School of Design in New York and Paris and an MFA from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. The artist’s reception was held Tuesday. Zigmund’s installation is featured on the Tall Wall... 

Artists explore our surroundings

Artists explore our surroundings
Nubia Cardenas and Stephanie Fuentes attempt to decipher the meaning of the piece “Triangle Complex” by Samantha Fields, at the Harris Art Gallery reception for the group exhibit “It’s All Around You.” The show, featuring several Los Angeles-based artists whose work examines natural and synthetic elements of our environment, will run through March 9 in the Harris Art Gallery. / photo by... 

Carlson Gallery exhibit showcases natural beauty

Carlson Gallery exhibit showcases natural beauty
Photographer Francis Schanberger attended a virtual reception in his honor in the Irene Carlson Gallery of Photography last week. Fred Yaffe, director of the Institutional Review Board, and Kevin Bowman, photography department manager, spoke with Schanberger about his technique using a flat-bed scanner to make negatives for contact printing onto hand-coated art papers. Called “Van Dyke Brown,”... 

Music Review: Weatherbox stands out at The Wire

Michael Escañuelas Arts Editor A majority of Upland missed out on one of the best shows at The Wire venue in the downtown area on Thursday, Feb 4. Experimental rockers Weatherbox proved how satisfying it is to see a band with this much talent and individuality. Weatherbox, who hails from San Diego, stems from the mind of Brian Warren. With a reputation of flaky band rotation, Warren recruited three... 
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