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Te Fa’a No Te ‘Ori drums up a storm on campus

The anticipation and excitement was high in the theatre awaiting their loved ones’ performances and wondering what place they will get. 

SJDC band honors former UOP director

On March 6, the Delta Symphonic and special guest Exeter High School bands dedicated a concert titled “Onward” to the late Dr....

‘Captain Marvel’ sets stage for MCU finale

The first round of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is beginning to come to a close and one of those final steps is...

Clarinets fill Haggin with music

On Feb. 21, the Haggin Museum hosted a performance by the Pacific Avenue Clarinets. A regular band at...

New media companies struggle to provide job security

The entertainment industry has always been a risky career path for actors, musicians and writers. People know the...

San Joaquin art group showcases local talent

 A non-profit San Joaquin art group is working to give talented local artists a chance to share and collaborate with other artists...

New ‘Dragon Ball’ Movie Breaks Records

Dragon Ball Super: Broly opened Jan.16 in the United States, and has since grossed $23.6 million domestically. It became the first Japanese-Animated...

Fans to be reimbursed after Kanye ends show

Kanye in hospital after cutting performance short at Golden 1 Center Kanye West has always been known to speak his mind and his concerts are...

‘The Birth of a Nation’ tells a new side of the...

The Birth of a Nation co-written, co-produced, directed by and starring Nate Parker tells the story of Nat Turner, a slave preacher from a...

Beyoncé live at Levi’s Stadium

  Beyoncé made her last stop in California on her Formation world tour Sept. 17 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara. The concert began at 7:30...

Farewell to a legend, last of dying breed

A dying breed of entertainers took its last breath on April 21, 2016 with the death of musical icon Prince Rogers Nelson. At the age...

Disney’s ‘Zootopia’ brings impactful message

Disney’s latest animated film brings more than just talking animals to the big screen. “Zootopia” spotlights many fundamental issues presented in today’s society and people...

Hip hop revived by innovative artists

Hip Hop, like other genres at one point, has experienced a dip in substance. But over the past few years, that substance is coming...

Snapchat: News source for millennials

News in the past decade has evolved – but not as much as it has recently thanks to Snapchat. Snapchat has made a permanent mark...

Micheal Bay delivers intense action on a heavily debated Benghazi incident

After its first few weeks in theaters, “13 Hours” has now become this year’s first underrated film. Following the popularity of similar movies like “Zero...

Delta music students shine in ‘Fiesta Barroca’

On Dec. 8, Atherton Auditorium was treated to a Fiesta, specifically the Fiesta Barroca.

Top 10’s of 2015

SONGS 1. “Hotline Bling,” Drake 2. “Hello,” Adele 3. “Sorry,” Justin Bieber 4. “Can’t Feel My Face,” The Weeknd 5. “See You Again,” Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth 6. “What...

Delta professor takes jazz from class to streets

Brian Kendrick: Delta College instructor by day, jazz musician by night. On Nov. 16, Miracle Mile’s Valley Brewing Company in Stockton was treated to a...

Late Show gets political with the arrival of Colbert

Colbert brings honest politics with a modern production to post-Letterman era of show David Letterman left a legacy behind at “The Late Show” that...

#TRENDING: HBO Now

For years, HBO GO was the main source for streaming HBO content, but only people who paid for (or knew people who paid for)...
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