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Arts celebrate winter

More than 1,000 pieces of colorful ceramics, made by dozens of former and current Pierce College students, were displayed for sale at the Winter Arts Festival Friday.   Student artisans have been working all semester long on vases, plates, bowls, cups and more to be sold at this event. They attempted to get the best […]

Alive At 27

Alive At 27

    Dane Rippee and Dreux Zimmer, former Pierce College Students, founded the indie-rock band in the San Fernando Valley with their friends Pat Schettler and Matt Riddle when they decided to live their dream of using music as their outlet at the average age of 27. “Music is empowering, it’s a release and it […]

Guest artist closes the season with an intense performance

Her body bends and leans from one side to the other, swaying to the music as she plays the violin, her dark hair falls in her face as her expression emotes the passion she feels for the music. A professional violinist and pianist mesmerized a full crowd of Pierce students Thursday for the last performance […]

Review: SanSai Japanese Grill, Ventura and Winnetka

Walking out of class right after a long test, having to break your last $10 on a pencil and Scantron, and now your starving and there’s only 45 minutes until your next class. What do you do?   Most people would run to a vending machine or stoop to whatever they could afford with five […]

Former magazine editor speaks at Pierce

It was amidst puffs of smoke that permeated from a room where an interview between Phish and High Times Magazine had just occurred, that Shirley Halperin got her first big break.   “I was an entrepreneur, and I was willing to learn, and I decided I wanted to work for High Times Magazine,” said Halperin, […]

Side Show brings carnival life to Pierce

Side Show brings carnival life to Pierce

  If you want to experience bright lights, colorful distinct settings and one of a kind costumes accompanied with Broadway music, then “Side Show” is the show to see. The Side Show will debut Friday, Dec. 2 at 8p.m. and will run till Dec. 11 at the Temporary Performing Arts Complex. The musical focuses on […]

Pizza Cookery, Topanaga Blvd

Walking into The Original Pizza Cookery the environment is loud and filled with customers sitting around waiting to get in. Children play at the arcade games while waiting to be seated.   Soft warm fresh made pizza bread rolls are placed in front of you at your table. The flavorful rolls have a dab of […]

Open Mic in the Great Hall

The Direction Magazine hosted an Open Mic in the Great Hall Tuesday where Pierce students were able to perform songs, dances, and recite poems. “Since we are a creative magazine and we see so much creativity and there are so many voices that wanted to be heard, so we gave them a place to perform,” […]

Ceramics to be sold at Winter Festival

Handmade ceramics will be sold at the Winter Festival Saturday, Dec. 3, in Room 3308 and the art quad. Students from beginning to advanced ceramics classes will be selling their creations alongside outside vendors, according to Associate Professor of Art Melody Cooper. Only 25 percent of the proceeds will go to the ceramic classes at […]

Top 5 applefritters near Pierce

When one thinks of a sweet breakfast treat, thoughts jump quickly to donuts, turnovers, danishes and even coffee cakes. But there is a serious snack that is often overlooked by the majority of early morning pastry shoppers: the apple fritter. Apple fritters are made multiple different ways but essentially contain apple bits that are coated […]

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