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Friday the 13th tattoos: The unlucky tradition

Friday the 13th tattoos are a popular tradition that is practiced nationwide. Every time the 13th falls on a Friday, tattoo parlors open their doors to $13 tattoos that display the number 13. Many tattoo artists find beauty in what others perceive as dark or evil. The day is actually viewed as “lucky” to a…

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REVIEW: A ‘spoonful’ of Disney

My oh my, what a wonderful night… sort of. Nostalgia, laughter and tears swept the Haugh Performing Arts Center Oct. 13 with Disney classics dating as far back as 1947. Though creativity in song performance was not present, overall it was a delightful concert. Citrus College’s Sierra Wind Symphony and Concert Choir opened the annual…

Glendora pumpkin festival brings forth history of the city

The 25th Annual Pumpkin Festival, co-sponsored by the Glendora Community Services Department and the Glendora Preservation Foundation will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 21 at the Centennial Heritage Park. “It’s very unique,” said Tom Reinberger, secretary of the Board of Directors for the Glendora Preservation Foundation, in a phone interview. “The…

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Review: Concert takes audience back in time

American Rhapsody: Gershwin Songbook was entertaining, lacks colors and imagery. As one of the first performances of the Fall season, the Haugh Performing Arts Center should have filled, however, the majority of the crowd was senior citizens who could barely fill half of the theater. Michael Andrew, the headline singer and bandleader, walked on stage…

Watching the Watchers: Constitution Week leads unto Banned Books Week

Hayden Memorial Library assembled its censored books display September 25 to kick off the American Library Association and Amnesty International’s annual Banned Book week, the last in September. “It’s a way to defend the freedom of expression,” said Elizabeth Cook, Hayden Memorial Library’s instructional design librarian. This is Cook’s first year as one of two…

Blue Note Orchestra performs on Grammy winner’s 21st album

Thanks to Dean of Fine and Performing Arts Robert Slack, the Citrus Blue Note Orchestra contributed to grammy winner Melissa Manchester’s 21st album “The Fellas.” Manchester recently released her newest album in early September, starring the Citrus College Blue Note Orchestra. The Blue Note Orchestra is a 20-piece band of current Citrus students and past…

A breath of fresh fair

  Every year, Angelinos gather in Pomona for the one event that has a little bit of something for everyone: the Los Angeles County Fair. The Pomona Fairplex goes from empty parking lots and grounds to loud music, animal noises, crowds and bright lights at the beginning of September. No matter how old you are…

ASCC discounts available on event tickets

Students can receive an ASCC sticker on the back of their student identification cards, giving them discounts on many tickets for events at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. The sticker can be received at the cashier’s office where students pay student fees. The ASCC sticker gets students two tickets for the price of one for…

Restaurant Discounts for Citrus Students

  This interactive map shows local restaurants and cafés in the Glendora/Azusa area that offer discounts for current Citrus College students when a valid student ID card is presented. Click the link to see what discounts are being offered today!   The pin color is related to the restaurant type: Dark blue: Casual/fast food Red:…