Movies

Review: First thing to do this summer? Rescue the Guardians

With spring semester coming to an end, some students will take summer classes. Others will take a break from school to free up time for the things they put off during the semester. No matter how students will spend their summer, the first thing they should do is head to Disney’s California Adventure and ride…

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Review: The “magic” of Hollywood fills the Haugh

Opening day proved to be magical for the Citrus Singers’ show-stopping Cinemagic, The Music of the Movies. Songs of old and new were well balanced throughout the show, entertaining all ages. Act one started off with a medley of songs from classic movies, like “Singin’ in the Rain” and “The Wizard of Oz.” My favorite…

New leadership breathes fresh life into film club

In the span of about two and a half years, Citrus student Matthew Ronquillo has brought new life into the Citrus College Film Club. As president of the club, Ronquillo has been advocating change and raising awareness for his club as well others on campus. Ronquillo was disappointed with the lack of organization and motivation…

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Television comedians to take center stage

A new season of entertainment at the Haugh Performing Arts Center brings in familiar faces from television. Billy Gardell from the show “Mike & Molly,” Jonathan Kite from “2 Broke Girls”, Marc Price from “Family Ties” and Jimmie Walker from “Good Times” will be on stage together at 8 p.m. Oct. 1 at the Haugh…

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LOGOS PREVIEW: Kill Me, Deadly

Kirsten Vangsness (right) and Dean Lemont act in a scene from Vangsness’ new film, “Kill Me Deadly,” which will premiere in the Haugh Performing Arts Center on April 24. Vangsness stars on the CBS series “Criminal Minds.” (photo courtesy of Kill Me Deadly, LLC.) Fans of the hit television show “Criminal Minds” will be excited…