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Review: ‘The Last Dance’ a winner

The documentary remembers Michael Jordan and the Bulls
Jovani Juarez, Staff Writer June 5, 2020
The documentary includes never-before-seen footage from the 1997-98 season, along with interviews with star players Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, Dennis Rodman, and multiple Hall of Fame coaches and players.
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Scare off 2018 with a viewing of ‘The Nun’

The most recent addition to "The Conjuring" series is out on DVD on Dec. 4.
Maya DeWakar, Contributor November 27, 2018
The eerie vibe you feel when you begin watching “The Nun,” Corin Hardy’s most recent film in "The Conjuring" series, does not leave you even long after the movie is over.
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Adele on the set of the music video for her lead single “Hello” in Quebec in September. Shayne Laverdiere, Adele official website

SoundBreak: Adele gives a very welcome ‘Hello’ with newest album

Angelica Wallingford December 8, 2015

Four years is a long time, especially within the world of music. Most artists are lucky for their name to even be remembered after such a long period away from the mic. There’s only a handful of...

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Billy Bob Thorton and Sandra Bullock star in “Our Brand is Crisis.” Official Facebook image.

Movie Review: Bullock and Thornton score big in ‘Our Brand is Crisis’

Tom Andrew November 24, 2015

The plot for “Our Brand Is Crisis” is one we've seen before, but only at first glance. There are a few things about this "we need you to come out of early retirement to help us save the day"...

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Yasmin Ruiz and Aaron Lugo play good girl Toffee and rebel bad boy Jonny in the San Diego City College drama department’s production of the 1950s atomic-age musical “Zombie Prom.” Photo credit: Celia Jimenez

Review: ‘Zombie Prom’ comes alive

The morbid but highly entertaining romance-musical makes its debut at San Diego City College’s Saville Theatre
Destiny Ortiz November 12, 2015

As the lights went down and the audience settled in, the band quickly went into an upbeat ensemble to get the cast and the audience prepared for the show that was about to start. “Zombie Prom” was...

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Students perform in the Black Box Theatre to audition for the show “City Moves,” which had two performances Dec. 5 and 6 at the Saville Theatre. Auditions were held by instructors Terry Wilson, Grace Jun, Debi Toth, Terri Shipman, Kristin Arcidiacono and Alicia Rincon. Photo credit: Richard Lomibao

‘City Moves’ dancers give show-stopping performances at Saville Theatre

Amber Henry December 12, 2014

“City Moves” was a fresh breath of air found at the Saville Theatre Dec. 5 and 6, for the student and faculty dance concert, where magic existed and the dancers and choreographers put their hearts...

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Sora (right) fighting Organization XIII member Marluxia during one of the new boss fights featured in the final mix version of “Kingdom Hearts 2.” Courtesy photo

Square Enix drops a game-changer with ‘Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD Remix’

Angelica Wallingford, Editor in Chief December 9, 2014

Oh, nostalgia. So long are the days where controllers had wires extending to the console and games weren’t running in high definition. Sometimes gamers yearn for a little nostalgia every now and then....

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Dunkin' Donuts offers a variety of choices including jelly filled, cream filled and regular donuts. Photo credit: Phoenix Webb

Student Eats: Dunkin’ Donuts offers sweet snacks at reasonable prices

Phoenix Webb September 1, 2014

There is something comforting about a good cup of coffee. When paired with a donut from Dunkin' Donuts, it's magical. A good donut should mildly sweet, not too soft and not too dense. It should be able...

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East Village Haunts: Quick and Convenient Places to Satisfy Your Hunger Near Campus

Jennifer Manalili and Mark Elliott May 14, 2014

It's not always the easiest thing to find time to eat when you're a busy college student, but sometimes you need to take a break from leftovers and tear yourself away from the usual cafeteria food and...

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On the far left is bassist and founder Tatsu Mikami, center vocalist Hideki Fukasawa, right lead guitarist Ikuma Kawabe. From their Thanksgiving show at San Diego's Soda Bar. Jennifer Ovalle, City Times.

Japanese rock band Church of Misery shreds at the Soda Bar

Jennifer Ovalle December 14, 2013

Japanese doom-metal band Church of Misery made a stop at the San Diego music venue on their second American tour promoting their latest and fifth album “Thy Kingdom Scum.”The Nov. 24 show was...

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‘How do you define American?’

Angelica Wallingford December 5, 2013

The fourteenth annual San Diego Asian Film Festival concluded with the sold out screening of Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, filmmaker and Define American founder Jose Antonio Vargas’ powerful...

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Does the ‘Arkham’ series really need a prequel?

Ahmad Blue November 14, 2013

"Batman: Arkham Origins," the third installment in the Arkham series has received a lot of hype months prior to release so, does the game live up to that hype or did it fail as a prequel? Yes and no, but...

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