Palomar’s Day of the Dead Celebration
Nov10

Palomar’s Day of the Dead Celebration

Palomar’s Multicultural Studies Department hosted a joint celebratory event for its 25th annual Day of the Dead celebration and Meso American Indigenous Heritage Day on Nov. 5 at the lawns near the Clock Tower. The event featured traditional cultural art like altars, known as ‘ofrendas’ in Spanish, Aztec dancing, cutural food, face painting, and colorful Aztec wardrobe. ◄ BackNext ►Picture 1 of 11Nine...

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Verdict for ‘The Judge,’ now playing in theaters
Nov03

Verdict for ‘The Judge,’ now playing in theaters

The death of a mother, a cheating wife and a stubborn father who is on trial for manslaughter all make for a rough start for the recently released film “The Judge.” Despite the slow start, the film has deeper meanings that previews do not adequately display. The storyline involves family drama, manslaughter, divorce and addiction. Written by Nick Schenk and directed by David Dobkin, “The Judge” stars Robert Downey Jr. as Hank Palmer,...

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Comic Fest rocks Town and Country Resort
Nov03

Comic Fest rocks Town and Country Resort

Comic paraphernalia galore, Pop Art, Graphic Novels, fan masks, Godzilla dolls, Ghostbusters Marsh-mallow man, Superhero’s, Manga, coupled with heated movie conversations and legendary Neil Adams were all aspects of what one would stumble across at Comic Fest 2014. Comic Fest operated through Oct. 17-19 at the San Diego Town and Country Resort and Convention Center. The main man of Comic Fest was Mike Towry who, in 1969 as a teen-age...

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Lights, camera, ‘Palomar Live’ and action!
Nov03

Lights, camera, ‘Palomar Live’ and action!

“Palomar Live,” the newest program from Palomar College Television, is giving students the opportunity to get front-line practice in the field of television production. The idea for the show, that can be watched live every Thursday at 9:30 a.m. on Channels 16 for Cox/Time Warner and 99 for AT&T;, began last semester when students involved in the Emmy Award-winning Digital Broadcast Arts program voiced their interest in creating a...

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Environmentalism has an Interesting Sense of Humor
Oct30

Environmentalism has an Interesting Sense of Humor

Who knew how funny natural selection could be? Palomar College is hosting a comedy, dubbed Natural Selection ,to promote awareness about today’s contemporary environment at 7 p.m. on Saturday at the Howard Brubeck Theatre. The play, which is directed by Michael Mufson, is about the not so distant future the world is ravished by harsh environmental conditions caused by global warming. In the story, a man named Henry Carson, who...

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Palomar’s Howard Brubeck Theatre welcomed Chekhov’s 114 year-old play.
Oct20

Palomar’s Howard Brubeck Theatre welcomed Chekhov’s 114 year-old play.

“The Three Sisters” is a classic written by Anton Chekhov and made its premiere on Oct. 3 in the Howard Brubeck Theatre. This piece of literature was written over a hundred years ago, and is considered timeless for its applicable attributes to today’s political handlings and aspirations of society. In its original context, it has been a year since the death of the three Moscow sisters’ U.S. Army officer father. The...

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