Friday, September 21, 2018

Theater preview: Waiting for Godot

Two wanderers wait by a lonely tree in hopes of meeting Mr. Godot and instead meet an eccentric couple in the upcoming production of...

Review: Soothing tunes

Classical music and mental visualization appeals to the senses to bring you in the moment. Music that soothes the soul. Pierces Thursday concert series continues...

Artistic professors lead by example

Soft jazz music played in the background as an orange sunset glowed onto the art garden, framing the crowd of more than 100 people...

Free concerts highlight classical music

Free weekly musical performances provided to students and faculty will resume Thursday at 12:45 p.m. in Music 3400.   This semester there will be a total...

“The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow” is set to open in October

The Theater Department’s fall production of Rolin Jone’s “The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow,” will be showing at the end of October at the...

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.

Student band aspires to make music

Jamming in the cafeteria is nothing new to this Pierce College band, unforutnetly they are still without a name. "For our name we want something that has kind of a blues feel...something with trains," said Beth Nordeen, 33, who plays rhythm guitar. According to Nordeen, "Trains have kind of a working class feel, and a blues kind of feel," because she feels they are "something that's going somewhere.

Beyond the canvas

When it comes to the work of Erika Lizée, art is not merely bound to a typical canvas, and at Pierce College’s Art Gallery,...

Art Gallery Opening