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J. Cole warns about the dangers of drug abuse and addiction on latest album, ‘KOD’

J. Cole’s newest album “KOD” tells the stories of how young people are often taught to turn to different

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Dumpling Duo: The third annual Titan Night Market at CSUF left us hungry

We’ve eaten everywhere from food festivals in Los Angeles to dives in New York, but today we decided to

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Members of The Vaccines pose with emotionless faces.

Is It a Banger?: The Vaccines’ progression highlights their versatility

British rock band, The Vaccines are no strangers to creating a new attitude or different tune with each new

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Jennifer Davis poses for a portrait at CSUF.

Independent filmmaker and CSUF alumna Jennifer Davis values unique stories

Cal State Fullerton alumna Jennifer Davis was planning to become a children’s book writer or music teacher before she

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4 songs to listen to while pretending to be in a road trip music video

We’ve all been there. You’re gliding down the 405 Freeway and that song comes on during shuffle — the

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A portrait of Lucy Hale not smiling embedded into a question mark.

‘Truth or Dare’ leaves audience with just enough jump scares to classify it as horror

Truth or dare is a well-known party game among adolescents and adults usually filled with laughs and jokes that

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A shot from the second floor of The Observatory during What So Not's set.

What So Not’s Beautiful Things World Tour lights up The Observatory with stellar sound and stage production

The Observatory in Santa Ana opened its doors Sunday for its third show of the day, as electronic dance

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Dumpling Duo: Fullerton’s new restaurant, Pirates Kitchen, nearly made us walk the plank

We didn’t know what we were walking into – ropes, flags with skulls and fake lobsters decorated the walls

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