With the new school year well on its way, the University of La Verne’s Harris Art Gallery, located in the Landis Academic Center, featured Martin Betz’s “The Ghost Town Project,” as the premier installation of what are to be collectively known as the Harris Gallery Projects.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Oct. 13, 2000.
The Glass House in Pomona picked up where it left off after last Monday’s performance by Bad Religion when another punk band, Face to Face, packed the cozy venue last Thursday.
People of all ages gathered around to hear local bands playing at the Glendora Foursquare Church in Glendora. The four bands that played were Frank Scares Me, Miscellaneous X, Custom Deluxe and Seventen.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Oct. 6, 2000.
Since its invention in 1932 the television has sparked emotions of love, hate and anger through its powerful shows, series and specials. One of the emotions most commonly sought after through the television medium is that of fear.
Even if director Boaz Yakin’s “Remember the Titans” does not go down in cinematic history as the next “Varsity Blues,” the Disney film definitely earns a place on the shelf with any grid-iron film-fan’s collection.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Sept. 29, 2000.
It is the end of September and still nearly seven months before every star bedazzles their dress, highlights their hair and hooks with the newest “hottie,” but already in the Hollywood industry people and moviegoers are predicting and handicapping their best guesses for the 2000 Academy Awards Ceremony.
Punk is not dead. This Monday Pomona’s Glass House was full of die hard fans of punk rock as they eagerly lined up outside to see one of the oldest punk bands still touring-Bad Religion.