In a galaxy far, far away the 41-year-old Star Wars saga, sometimes referred to as the Skywalker saga, is nearing its epic final conclusion.
Preparing her pointe shoes, putting her ballerina bun up and high, and putting on an iconic body suit are all things that came to an end when Wendy Whelan retired from the New York City Ballet five years ago.
Orange Coast College film department alumnus Hau Nguyen is a finalist in the 20th annual Fine Cut Festival of Films contest for his documentary about OCC’s Food Riders club called “The Food Riders,” airing Wednesday night on KCET at 9 p.m.
An uplifting, rhythmical family consisting of all ages, orientations and ethnicities who outpour so much love and support for each other welcomed me with arms and moonwalked me into their festivities Sunday at the Mesa Dance Festival.
Fortnite’s popularity came out of nowhere following its initial release, now just over two years later the game has unexpectedly vanished into a digital black hole.
The first day of November was once celebrated as the start of a new year. A time associated with death, it used to signify the end of summer and harsh beginning of winter. The night before the new year was believed to be when the line between the world of the living and dead became blurred —…
In the span of four hours I traveled to over seven countries as The Banff Mountain Film Festival transported me with extraordinary visuals and inspirational stories.
Brittany Mojo and Jackie Rines, both recent UCLA graduates, explore the outer realms of ceramics in an exhibition at Orange Coast College’s Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion on display through Oct. 10.
The term farm-to-table has been on the up and up for some time now in Southern California, and it’s made possible by the abundance of farmers markets this sunny coast has to offer.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
We took our seats at the back of the Segerstrom Concert Hall and placed our things beneath our chairs. The symphony began with soft choral voices that became an uproar.
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.
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.
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.”
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Following the release of “Confessions of a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes,” Netflix’s official Twitter account responded to an unexpected reaction from viewers.