Vincent Matthew Franco

Vincent Matthew Franco is a senior journalism major with a concentration in print and online journalism. He has been involved in journalism and print media in high school, community college and is now at the social media editor of the Campus Times and a staff photographer for the Campus Times and La Verne Magazine. He previously served as arts editor.

Los Angeles County Fair is home to outlandish rides

The Los Angeles County Fair is home to both the bizarre and the fantastic when it comes to the food and the rides that occupy the Fairplex in Pomona during the month of May.

The Farm at Fairplex cultivates fun

Sunshine, strawberries, and sheep herd together at the Los Angeles County Fair’s Farm at Fairplex, where education is rooted within the soil. 

Lowrider car show brings Chicano culture to fair

The Los Angeles County Fair, along with the sights and sounds that accompany it, is back for the month of May. This year's Fair is a little more special because of their partnership with Notorious Entertainment to bring “The Culture of the Low And the Slow'' lowrider classic car show to the Fairplex.

The inevitable rise of A.I. art

Over the last few months, A.I. image generator websites like Midjourney, DALL·E 2 and many more have grown in popularity for their seemingly effortless way of conjuring up the most ridiculous prompts into crisp illustrations.

‘small seas’ reception makes big waves

Los Angeles-based artist Liat Yossifor, in collaboration with Harris Gallery Director Dion Johnson, held a reception for her solo exhibition, “small seas,” Tuesday in the Harris Gallery.

X gives a glass shattering performance

Aged punks in worn-out leather jackets, Pendleton flannels, along with the aroma of booze filled up the Glass House the night of April 7 in Pomona to catch one of Los Angeles’ most treasured bands, X.

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