Sunday, June 20, 2021

Photographs!!!

It has been a busy week at the Pierce college newsroom. Everyone has been putting in time, hard work and a lot of sweat to put this magazine together. As of now my number one priority is to take many pictures. With Sean and Emelyne it has been nothing but a learning experience and lots of fun. Sean, is not...

Unique and healthy eats at The Carving Board

You don’t have to sacrifice fresh and healthy for fast anymore. Located in Tarzana’s Safari Walk area on Ventura Boulevard, The Carving Board is primarily known for its wide array of sandwiches. With more than 25 options, there’s something tasty for just about everyone, including vegetarians. The restaurant sits on the corner of an outdoor shopping area that features a...

The Sun, the Moon, the Stars and your Dog: Dogstrology

Illustration by: Chelsea WestmanDog astrologer Yesenia Flores smiles with her dog Zeus. Photo by: Hannah Davis It was another Wednesday afternoon in Los Angeles, and the sun was blazing down as if it was deep in the summer. But it’s April 29 and in the middle of a pandemic, a dog...

Married & Homeless in Los Angeles

Ally and Eddie have been together for 20 years, despite dealing with illness, becoming homeless and various other hardships. Through it all, they say their loyalty to each other and positive outlook is what keeps them going.   Video by Lynn Levitt

Review: Sabroso Mexican Restaurant

Situated next to a busy car wash a few blocks before Winnetka Avenue, on Vanowen Street stands a rectangular olive green Mexican restaurant. Upon entering, one is greeted with beautiful murals of Mexico style art. There is one mural in particular of a foundation with white doves perched...

Switching Teams

The fall semester continues and The Bull Magazine’s articles have officially gone from a good  idea to a tough homework assignment and deadline. The newsroom has a permanent energy of intensity as the writers and photographers keep up with the weekly assignments, maintain a job, other classes and personal lives. A confused look was on our editors face last Tuesday, after...

Saving animals, helping families

Angela Killips, an assistant veterinary technician, poses with her dog Lucas in the Vet Tech building at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, Calif., on Sept. 26, 2019. Lucas has been given the title of program assistant by fellow vet tech students and faculty. Photo by: Katya CastilloFormer Pierce student Dr. Leticia Gonzalez-Garcia wraps the ear of a...

Mixing generations at The One Up

Combine the nostalgia of 1980s video games with the foodie culture that has been growing in popularity the past couple of years, The One Up of Studio City is the newest addition to this growing “barcade” culture. Recently opened along the many restaurants that occupy Ventura Boulevard, The One Up brings a different kind of gastropub experience to the area....

Finding the right Brony

Thank you for stopping by and checking out my blog. My name is Monica Velasquez, and I’m currently a writer for The Bull. It is the Pierce College student-run magazine under the direction of Genna Gold. Check out our website at thebullmag.com. The goal of my blog is to give you an inside look of the making the magazine, including the article...