Tuesday, January 23rd 2018

MCC Presents Balinese Group Gamelan Seka Jaya by Jennifer Kimbell

The deep roars of gongs and the soothing stokes of chimes and flutes filled the musty air as eager music lovers packed the MultiCultural...

Ridley Scott Brings Body of Lies to Life by Alex Congrove

Ridley Scott’s Body of Lies, based on the book by David Ignatius, is the story of CIA operative Roger Farris (Leonardo DiCaprio) attempting to...

Gamer Outgrows “Grand Theft Auto” by Nick West

As a lifelong gamer who has been playing since I got a Sega Genesis for Christmas as a kid, I have noticed recent changes...

Made in L.A., Consumed in SB by Lester Gonzales

On Wednesday, May 14, the MultiCultural Center hosted a screening for the documentary film, Made in L.A. The film, directed and produced by Almudena...

Joel Meyerowitz Shares Ground Zero Project by Gina Pollack

Award-winning photographer Joel Meyerowitz was quietly taking photographs at his summer home on the morning of September 11, 2001 when he heard news of...

Favreau’s Iron Man Blasts Off by Ryan Faughnder

It’s hard to speculate what possessed Black Sabbath to pen a song based on a conflicted superhero in a metal suit, but from the very first...

New Plays Festival To Showcase Student Plays by Dawn Marie Howell

For the past few years, UCSB’s stellar Theater and Dance Department has offered student playwrights the chance to have their works produced in the...

Plumfield, Iraq Goes Straight To The Heart by Tracy Bueno

It’s been a while since I’ve watched a play, but Plumfield, Iraq is like a movie, sans the special effects. What’s interesting about this...

Korean Music Festival Unites Music Lovers by Danielle Phan

This weekend I found myself in a crowd of 18,000 people with one thing in common: a love for Korean music. The 6th annual...

Narnia Installment Worth The Trip by Reinier Macatangay

Get ready to watch an action packed war movie about … four children? Yes, the Pevensie kids are finally back, but their world has...