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Longhair Illuminati The Glass House will be hosting the Longhair Illuminati Art and Music Festival at 4 p.m. on Oct. 3. The second annual festival will host a number of bands, with Mother Hips and Abe Vigoda headlining. Other bands sharing the stage with them are Lemon Sun, Ojos Rojos, Jesus Makes the Shotgun Sound and many more. Tickets are now on sale for $13. For more information, visit theglasshouse.us. Dr.... 

Reed opens public eye to Pompeii

Reed opens public eye to Pompeii
Jonathan Reed, interim dean of the college of arts and sciences and professor of religion, lectured on Pompeii culture and the religious views of the Romans on Saturday. Reed’s presentation included a video clip of the HBO show “The Gods.” Following the lecture, guests took a trip to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art to view the exhibition “Pompeii and the Roman Villa: Art and Culture... 

Gothold picks up the choir baton once again

Ashley Morgado Staff Writer Coming out of retirement, Stephen Gothold is taking back his position as the choral director for the University of La Verne. Many students are happy to see his face again, but frustrated that the University has brought through numerous directors in such a short amount of time. The previous director, Todd J. Harper was unable to come back this year and left the University... 

Lamkin illuminates the life of Haydn

Lamkin illuminates the life of Haydn
Professor Kathleen Lamkin was interviewed by BBC Radio about her most recent trip to Austria. For more than 20 years Lamkin has been associated with a classical music festival in Austria to honor Joseph Haydn, one of her favorite composers. Lamkin, a pianist and violinist since early childhood, plays violin in the orchestra at the festival. / photo by Erin Maxwell Dan Sayles Copy Editor BBC Radio... 

Discarded trash speaks to the masses at the Claremont Museum of Art

Discarded trash speaks to the masses at the Claremont Museum of Art
William Moreno, the executive director of the Claremont Museum of Art, joins Curator Pilar Tompkins and Angel Villanueva in front of a new exhibition in the museum, “The Ten Pound Ape.” The artwork is constructed from urban debris and littered with throwaways from communities intended to create an interactive and thought-provoking piece of art. / photo by Christopher Guzman Michael Escañuelas Staff... 

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Pomona Art Walk The Pomona Arts Colony will host an art walk from 6 p.m. into the late evening Saturday. More than 25 galleries will be displaying their latest exhibits. Different mediums like photography, jewelry, painting and mixed media will be displayed. The event is free. For more information visit metropomona.com/artwalk.php. Farmers Market The Pomona Farmers Market is held every Wednesday from... 

Music Review: 'Jukebox' doesn't play a hit

Marla Bahloul Staff Writer Priscilla Renea’s sophomore album, “Jukebox,” proves to be just that. A sophomore attempt at pop. The album seems most appropriate for a children’s network with songs like, “Bacon ‘n’ Eggs” and “Mr. Workabee.” “I’ll do whatever it takes to keep a smile on your face, even if it means making you bacon and eggs,” Renea sings. “Jukebox” seems to... 

Concert Review: Irish mania hits the Greek Theater

Marla Bahloul Staff Writer Coming all the way from Ireland, Flogging Molly headlined the Saturday night show at the Greek Theater at 7 p.m. The nearly sold out venue hosted Fitz & the Tantrums and Hepcat to open up for them. There was no room for sleep in the Los Feliz agenda as the performances manifested neighboring homes. “Los Angeles, we are Fitz & the Tantrums,” Noel Scaggs said. Scaggs,... 

Films inspire Saint Motel

Samantha Sincock Arts Editor/Editorial Director Film schools are usually expected to turn out future directors, but the band Saint Motel prove the makings of musical genius can be hidden among reels of film. Unlike most musical groups who began in a garage and prayed on the hopes of musical genius, a few misfits who stumbled into each other founded Saint Motel. The band is composed of A.J. Jackson... 
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Carlson Gallery Alexander Heilner’s “Aerial Photographs and Microbe Studies” exhibit will be on display in the Irene Carlson Gallery of Photography through Oct. 16. The gallery is located on the ground floor of Miller Hall. Pompeii Lecture and Exhibit The University of La Verne presents a day to discover Pompeii on Sept. 26. Cost is $40 per person, which includes a lunch and lecture in the President’s... 
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