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What started as a pragmatic and essential invention for athletes has grown into an important part of culture as both status symbols and a fundamental aspect of style.

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Throughout Orange Coast College’s performance of “Peter and the Starcatcher,” the audience witnessed the enchanting power of starstuff — the magical stuff that makes Peter Pan fly.

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The Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion at Orange Coast College is showcasing 61 student-submitted art pieces during its juried Mass Appeal art exhibition.  

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It’s all led up to this, a three- hour long cinematic feat to “end” the 22-movie spanning saga that Marvel has fed us for the past 11 years. We all ate it up like it was shawarma after the Avengers saved New York City.

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I love going to the cinema at storied local theaters such as the Lido Theater in Newport Beach. The Lido is small and carries the scent of Hollywood’s local beginnings.

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A multicultural counseling service at Orange Coast College is available to help students attain success in higher education, including post-graduate degrees and opportunities to learn life skills necessary for optimal success.

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Happiness and confidence bloomed in current and former Orange Coast College artists and writers last week when they saw their work published in the college’s 2019 edition of the Orange Coast Review, the college’s literary magazine.

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As Orange Coast College students, friends and families took their seats Saturday night, chatter and anxious waves filled the Robert B. Moore Theatre.

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Thousands of students and community members dressed as their favorite anime and comic book characters gathered at Orange Coast College Saturday for the fourth annual OC Coast Con. The event celebrates anime, manga and Japanese culture and was organized and hosted by Anime Academia, a campus …

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The sun blazed down on the Library Quad the afternoon of April 10 as men and women from different Native American tribes came together for a Native American history celebration at Orange Coast College.

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The Orange Coast College Repertory Theatre production of “Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind: 30 Plays in 60 Minutes” takes the audience for a ride.

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I decided to do a spring break museum hop as a last-minute idea. This experience was one of the best things I’ve done since I moved to Orange County about nine years ago.

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Marvel Studios produces yet another box office hit “Captain Marvel,” the second to last film in the Infinity War series that concludes with “Avengers: Endgame.”

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Roach, a vocalist for the OC Hurricanes, recites Jim Morrison’s famous quote, “We want the world and we want it now,” as he gears up the crowd for a show full of energy and spunk.

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After a two-month-long exhibition, The Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion has teamed up with the Multicultural Center for an event to write blessings that will be sent into space in a time capsule.

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Nine students from Orange Coast College’s Film and Television department will have the opportunity to showcase their work at the upcoming Newport Beach Film Festival.

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Adorable, freckled-face, happy-go-lucky 12-year-old Jan Broberg was kidnapped twice and sexually abused for years by “fun loving” close family friend Robert “B” Berchtold in the 1970s.

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It’s finally here. It’s that week everyone has been impatiently waiting for — spring break.

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The Box, Orange Coast College’s fashion pop-up shop, re-opened today, featuring Cleobella, a brand that sells handmade clothing and accessories sourced from Bali.

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While plant-based food is now everywhere in Orange County, it’s often a challenge to find ethnic vegan cuisine — because for many cultures, the most authentic meal is the animal product itself.

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Despite considerable doubt from the public, February — also Black History Month — saw favorable diversity among Grammy and Academy Award winners.

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The word “symphony” usually conjures up images of people dressed in coat tails and ball gowns — not songs from movies or video games.

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When the concert involves stage diving, mosh pits and even a rapper taking a selfie with the crowd on stage before the main act comes on, you know you are in for a wild night.

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The OCC Repertory Theatre Company (the Rep) is a production company run by the students of Orange Coast College. They produce shows aimed toward students but are inclusive to all interested in viewing.

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Ariana Grande’s latest release “thank u, next” reflects on her emotional tragedies and reaffirms her strength as a wounded woman finding her own voice.

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Epic Games proved they are committed to breaking video game boundaries with their game Fortnite after holding the first ever in-game concert hosted by DJ Marshmello.

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Orange Coast College’s 24 Hour Play Festival will return to OCC this month for its ninth production.

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Almost eight years after the release of the first “How to Train Your Dragon” movie, the story is coming to a tear jerking and heartfelt end with the final installment of the trilogy.

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Michael Schur’s sitcom, “The Good Place,” features perfectly executed and hilariously relatable one-liners, lessons in philosophy and a free, unlimited supply of colorful frozen yogurt flavors and toppings to each character’s hearts content.

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An exhibition that explores the connection between astronomy and contemporary art is coming to the Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion at Orange Coast College on Thursday.

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At the beginning of the year, Rockstar had announced that more people than ever were playing the online mode to a video game they had released back in 2013. That video game was Grand Theft Auto Online. However, Rockstar realizes that all good things come to an end.

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Blending together smooth 1960s inspired soul and punchy jazz synths with a carefree West Coast feel, Anderson Paak’s “Oxnard” debuted fifth on the iTunes charts last week.  

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A few years ago, Snapchat was the go-to app for millions of people to send and receive short text and picture messages that vanished seconds after you looked at them.

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Professional video game entertainment and competitions have been on the rise for a couple of years now and the sports industry is starting to notice.

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English instructor Rachelle Cruz discussed how to examine, create and learn through comics with lessons from her latest book “Experiencing Comics” in the Library on Thursday.

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Although not without serious issues, I truly enjoyed the over two-hour run time of the 2018 Queen biopic, “Bohemian Rhapsody.”

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In a continued celebration of the 70-year anniversary of Orange Coast College, the Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion is displaying the talent of its staff and instructors.

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The OC Japan Fair drew an estimated 30,000 people earlier this month for its annual showcase of Japanese food, art, culture and performance.

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So far my week has consisted of robbing a train, breaking my friend out of jail, being run out of town, fishing, being killed by a bear, gambling and drinking, all while also maintaining a healthy balanced diet, getting enough rest and keeping up on my personal hygiene.

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Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut of “A Star is Born” has been hands-down the most anticipated film of the year. The trailer, released months ago featuring a makeup-free Lady Gaga and Cooper’s perfectly aged country rock star appearance, made it impossible not to be.