Articles by Michael Quintero


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Racing through the carnival

Children were let free to play while adults gambled on horses at Santa Anita racetrack on May 28. Santa Anita held its annual Memorial Day Carnival from May 27 through 29. Children rode unlimited rides for $10. Aside from rides, carnival games and food trucks were located throughout the north side of the race track….

Movement is Medicine – Be Perfect Foundation spreads paralysis awareness.

Walking is a gift, and in a split second this gift can be taken away. Be Perfect was created to gift back. Hal Hargrave Jr, founder of Be Perfect, is living with paralysis. Be Perfect is an organization in Claremont providing support for people living with paralysis. Hargrave was on his way to play baseball…

Preview: Pasadena Museum of California Art Free Friday

The Pasadena Museum of California Art will have its monthly free first Fridays from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. on April 7. Free first Friday offers free admission and regular programming to the public, Brianna Smyk, director of communicators and editor, said. The museum has three current exhibits. The Golden Twenties: portraits and figure paintings…

Review: Crowd gets up-close look at Fortune Boy

Citrus College student Shane Malins’ band Fortune Boy performed on April 1 at American Legion in Pomona. The venue was small and the acoustics were not as good as it could have been, though it was as expected for an upcoming band. Fortune Boy did not perform on a stage, giving the crowd an up-close…

A fortune cookie comes true

A full-time student, and part-time worker, Shane Malins finds the time to write the music for the indie rock band Fortune Boy. Malins, 21, is a music business major at Citrus College. While he is not studying, Malins is writing and performing concerts as the frontman of Fortune Boy. The band consists of Nicholas Pedroza,…