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Matching outfits at the movies

Bri Heath November 10, 2009

This year, the San Diego Asian Film Festival featured "Make Yourself At Home," about an arranged marriage between a Korean and a Korean-American. The film centralized around the dark things from the...

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International Book Fair hosts renowned writer

John Balchak October 20, 2009

The San Diego City College International Book Fair returned to campus with a variety of events leading up to the full day of author readings and book signings on Oct. 3. A diverse selection of writers...

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Inglourious Basterds

Bri Heath October 20, 2009

Christoph Waltz, "Inglourious Basterds'" Colonel Hans Landa, should consider moving on to American films. He does an amazing job of portraying someone who is, on the one hand, a bad guy, and on the other,...

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‘Bye Bye Birdie’ brings Broadway to City College

Brittany Johnson October 20, 2009

"So put on a happy face," sang cast member and student Michael Kuester during rehearsal for the upcoming musical "Bye Bye Birdie" while the cast and crew diligently and independently practiced their parts. City...

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Mothers and daughters; Fathers and sons

Tom Andrew October 20, 2009

Whip it, whip it good! Bliss Cavendar lives in small town Bodeen, Texas, where all she has to look forward to are beauty pageants her mother insists she partake in, working at the town diner The Oink...

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KSDS deejay resigns after 23 years

Donna P. Crilly October 20, 2009

It's 9:55 p.m. on Wednesday Sept. 30; Leo Cates arrives to San Diego City College in his 1964 Ford Mustang aka "The Jazz Mobile." The thin-framed seasoned senior citizen steps out of his car in sweats,...

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Urbanalites

Michele Suthers October 20, 2009

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Damon/Soderbergh’s kitschy ‘Informant’

Tom Andrew October 6, 2009

Matt Damon may have won an Oscar at a young age for his participation in Good Will Hunting, but here in Steven Soderbergh's "The Informant," someone should have told him that it takes a lot more than gaining...

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The curse of terrorism

Christine Klee October 6, 2009

The German movie ,The Baader Meinhof Complex," currently showing in the Hillcrest cinema, relives the crimes of a terrorist group called 'Red Army Fraction' (RAF), active in Germany between the 1960s and...

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‘Jennifer’s Body’ rocks

Imani Gentry-Faust October 6, 2009

To anybody who wanted to be that high school jock that dated the school "hottie" or the plain Jane who wanted to be that "hottie," you need to experience 'Jennifer's Body.' This way, you can live that...

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Asian Film Fest washes ashore

Evonne Ermey October 6, 2009

Cinema and Asian culture collide with the return of the San Diego Asian Film Festival October 15-29. The main feature of the two-week event is the screening of more than 200 films from more than 20 countries....

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‘Fame’ fails to measure up

Tom Andrew October 6, 2009

In 1980 the original film of FAME came to the big screen. Since then, it has made a pop star out of Irene Cara, made Debbie Allen a household name, spawned a stage musical and national tour, and the title...

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