“Cabaret” prepares to open its curtain to ‘Willkommen’
Mar05

“Cabaret” prepares to open its curtain to ‘Willkommen’

“Cabaret”, the 10-time Tony Award winning musical will be raising its curtain at the Howard Brubeck Theatre this March. The entire theatre department came together over a year and a half ago and decide on the “Cabaret,” Chris Sinnott the technical and scenic director said.   “Cabaret,” is set in 1931 and was influenced by the American jazz movement coming to Germany in the 1920s. The theatre department looked for the best suit to...

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‘Androgyness’ style never takes shortcuts
Mar03

‘Androgyness’ style never takes shortcuts

Although 20-year-old fashion design student Alexis Dawn illustrates herself as a timid, aloof individual, still trying to figure out her image, she has been able to challenge gender boundaries with her androgynous style, blending a mixture of masculinity and femininity. “People perceive that because of my outside appearance that I am out there, you know, when in reality I am very shy. So, sometimes it is really hard for me to...

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Voices ‘psychosis’ has a bobbing beat
Mar02

Voices ‘psychosis’ has a bobbing beat

The American electronic rock duo, Phantogram, returns with their its second album “Voices.” Similar to radio known bands like Haim, CHVRCHES, and The Joy Formidable. “Voices” is their own psychedelic masterpiece. The success from the upstate New York duo’s 2010 debut album, “Eyelid Movies” inspired the production of their second full-length album. The new album quietly seeped out into a post-chill wave sound with an...

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J.K. Rowling creates a timeless classic
Feb10

J.K. Rowling creates a timeless classic

The author of one of the most famous children series in the world, Harry Potter, has proven that she can write for the captive adult audience as well. J.K. Rowling wrote and published her first adult novel, “The Casual Vacancy,” in 2012 and it is now a No. 1 National Bestseller. The stage is also being set for this tragic and poetic novel to become a television show on BBC (British Broadcasting Company) in 2014. The story...

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Fashion Spotlight: Flair for European Style
Feb10

Fashion Spotlight: Flair for European Style

Fashion design student Vicente Guzman, 33, describes himself as an outgoing, blunt, flirtatious and easy going, with an easy but original personal style. “I don’t dress for people. I dress for myself, but with style,” Guzman said. “Even though I am not trying to impress anyone, I’m not trying to look like a clown.” Guzman spoke to the Telescope about his personal style, as well as his views on...

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Concert Hour: Joshua White breaks it down at the Brubeck

Palomar College’s Performing Arts Department kicked off its spring Concert Hour series with one of San Diego’s own, the pianist Joshua White, on Jan. 30, at the revamped Howard Brubeck Theatre. White’s set included compositions from the numerous groups he plays with around San Diego as well as two original compositions and a souped-up rendition of Thelonious Monk’s “‘Round Midnight.” White’s performance earned him a standing ovation...

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