Author: Kaleb Stewart

All the Arts for All the Kids Foundation hosts a charitable auction for children’s education at the Fullerton Museum Plaza

Tables were lined up beneath a white canopy where an array of art pieces from hundreds of artists were

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‘The Merry Wives of Windsor’ marries opera and Shakespeare with ’50s flair

For those unaccustomed to it, opera can be like listening to a foreign film with no subtitles. The setting

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‘Tattooed and Tenacious’ exhibit showcases inked history of women in California

Women throughout history often wore tattoos as an emblem of pride, even in frilly Victorian dresses as evidenced by

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The Grand Central Art Center offers a free event for students on April 1

The Grand Central Art Center (GCAC) is hosting an exclusive event for CSUF students to explore the off-campus center.

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A visit from DreamWorks offers inside advice on a career in animation

The opportunity to work at DreamWorks Animation would be “the dream” for many animation majors on campus, including Bradley

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TV Review: New Netflix series ‘Buddy Thunderstruck’ is a fast-paced but infrequently humorous stop-motion show

“Buddy Thunderstruck” feels as if the stop-motion whimsy of Wes Anderson’s “Fantastic Mr. Fox” was forced into a blender

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TV Review: ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ solidifies itself as one of the better long-running comedies of recent years

“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” is the kind of long-running show that never seems to find a stumbling point.

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Play Review: CSUF’s production of ‘Tallgrass Gothic’ is scary for very human and timely reasons

“Tallgrass Gothic” is an engrossing nightmare where the terrors stem from humanity’s basic desires: the need for sexual gratification

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