Duo brings personality to performances

Harpist Jacqueline Marshall and guest flutist Eve Bañuelos displayed their musical prowess and diversity, performing to a full house during a free concert Thursday,...

Concert inspired by angels inspires

As the silence filled the auditorium, the vivid musical notes of the "City of Angels" gradually rose under the direction of Pierce Music Professor, Director Stephen P. Piazza. The Los Angeles Symphonic Winds hosted this event at the beginning of this month at the Performance Arts Building.


Play Review: Pierce College Theater Department’s “Independence”

The Pierce College Theater Department is deftly tackling an emotionally taxing relationship between a mother and her three daughters in playwright Lee Blessing’s “Independence,”...

Low-cost spay and neuter program for pets at Vet-tech center

Pierce College’s Spay and Neuter program at the Veterinary Technology Department, is an affordable class that has taught surgical nursing at Pierce College for...

Ramzy’s Cafe: Your answer to Valley nightlife

Forget driving 20 miles to Hollywood and dealing with the ridiculous lines of overplayed celebrity hangouts. Finally, there is a place for those Valley-dwellers seeking a night life close to home and budget. Adorned golden walls carved with statues of pharaohs and sensual red lighting enticed me as I entered Ramzy's Café in Tarzana.

Duo performs with electronic keyboards for free concert

Pianists Vicki Ray and Aron Kallay played a classical piece by Charles Ives and two newly composed works that are tailor-suited to their dual-electronic...

Bruins, Matadors and more

Dozens of universities are set to visit Pierce College on Thursday, Oct. 27 for the annual College Transfer Fair from 10 a.m. to 1...

‘Pierce Idol’ to give students their time to shine

Aspiring student vocalists will get a chance to showcase their talent through the first “Pierce Idol,” a campus-wide singing competition formatted similarly to “American...

‘Apocalypto’ a well done blood bath

Mel Gibson gets to the point in "Apocalypto." He starts out with a fierce hunting scene to get the audience in the film. The savage nature of the warrior comes out in different ways. "Apocalypto" has English subtitles and Gibson does a remarkable job with the Mayan Yucatec language.