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Talent Show Auditions

Anulak Singphiphat February 15, 2011

City College's third annual talent show, "City is Full of Talent", is more than just a song and dance. "You always get the singers, the dancers, the rappers," Tudy, a student at City College, said. "I...

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Jaylen Green headlines Spring Concert Series

Rachel Keown-Burke February 15, 2011

"Students, if you hear this and you're not here, you need to be here!" Jaylen Green headlined the third installment of the Spring Concert Series on Feb. 9, along with singer-songwriter Matt Suarez at...

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REVIEW: Seasoned performers jazz it up

Angella d'Avignon February 15, 2011

The Red Holloway Quartet played at Jazz Live to an enthusiastic yet reverent crowd in the Saville Theatre on Feb. 8 at 8 p.m. "These fellas been with me about 30 years," said Red Holloway, as he was joined...

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‘Black Swan’ message overshadowed by familiar story

Tom Andrew February 1, 2011

"Black Swan," starring recent Golden Globe winner Natalie Portman and playing in theaters across San Diego, tells the story of a young ballet dancer coming to grips with her sexuality and her growth as...

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Spring Concert Series kicks off

Katrina Cameron February 1, 2011

Sponsored by Associated Students and Black Cherry Productions, the first event of the Spring Concert Series took place on Jan. 26 at Gorton Quad. Isaiah Blas and The Pennant, a pop indie band, performed...

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Spring musical in full color

Katrina Cameron February 1, 2011

Students auditioned for City College's spring musical, "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," Jan. 29 in the Saville Theatre. Auditioning students were asked to bring music to sing and comfortable...

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Turning pain into power

Katrina Cameron February 1, 2011

A series of events will take place on campus leading up to City College's presentation of the nationally known production V-day, which aims to raise domestic violence awareness. The production will be...

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Review: New Harry Potter film honors book’s legacy

Christine Klee December 14, 2010

"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1" opened in theaters worldwide the week before Thanksgiving. For once, the film stays true to the rich details of the world created by J.K. Rowling. "Harry...

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As scene on screen:

Christine Klee December 14, 2010

With time off from work, family and friends in town, and cooler weather, the holidays always offer a great chance to enjoy a movie or two, from romantic comedies to action movies to typical family films....

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‘An evening of dance’

Donna Maranto December 14, 2010

Saville Theater hosted the student/faculty dance show, this semester's offering from the modern-jazz style of dance, on Dec. 3 and 4. Alicia Rincon, faculty member and head of the Dance department, directed...

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Review: Burlesque or Bore-lesque?

Albert Columbo December 14, 2010

The highly anticipated music and dancing extravaganza that is the movie "Burlesque" falls short of its potential and leaves Christina Aguilera fans underwhelmed. Cher fans, however, can be proud of yet...

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Review: Students exhibit art

Delia Castro December 14, 2010

Art professor Terri Hughes-Oelrich's students exhibited some of the fruits of their learning experiences on Nov. 18 in a heart-warming and thought-provoking show of vision and talent. Human heads sculpted...

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