It’s absolutely impossible to talk about the year in film without talking about what’s been happening in the world. Much of what you see listed here was not seen in a traditional movie theater setting; in fact, by my count, only one of these films
On Nov. 14, the first orders of the PlayStation 5 (PS5) gaming console were put in on the new systems’ launch day. Sales were great. Within the first minutes of release, all Walmarts were sold out completely. There were a few problems, though. Walmart’s website
The College of the Canyons Canyon Country Campus holds an annual Star Party event on campus with many different activity tables, viewing areas, and a portable planetarium. The Fall Star Party, which occurred on Oct. 23, was Episode 1 of a two-part series of Science
As everything is slowly beginning to open, movie studios find themselves getting back to shooting. Studios like Melody Ranch in Newhall and Santa Clarita Studios are two local locations that are finally up and running again. You might ask, why is this important? With an
The Air Show is one of the biggest events in the Antelope Valley and people drive out from all over the valley to come to this event held every year. This year’s event was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It was planned originally for
“Shaken but not stirred” is the catchphrase that Ian Fleming’s fictional British Secret Service agent James Bond says, referring to how he likes his martinis. However, recent news might indeed shake, stir and actually strangle the intrepid super spy. Some 536 Regal movie theaters with
For College of the Canyons alumni Arielle Kilker, there is nothing more rewarding than giving a voice to those who might be overlooked. Working on Netflix’s docuseries “Cheer” gave her and her husband Dave Nordstrom the chance to do just that.
The new Laemmle theater location in Newhall continues to be under construction and plans to open its doors by following proper CDC guidelines once the location is approved to open.
As the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic begins to slow in California, according to Gov. Newsom’s coronavirus report card, people across the state are looking forward to a return to normalcy.
The coronavirus has put just about the entire world on an indefinite hold and Disneyland and Disney World are just two major theme parks feeling the heat.