Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Wired for entertainment

Do you channel surf endlessly looking for television shows to fill in the gaps in the writers-strike-caused hiatus? Stop. Not now, but right now. I've got a 50-hour cure for your rerun disease.

Spicing up your life

Curry Up Café is an Americanized version of the one of the most common restaurants found in Japan, the curry house. Compared to any other curry from India, Thailand, Vietnam and China, Japanese curry tends to be the thickest-- depending on how spicy you want it.

Trance for the masses

Known globally for his impressive live performances, top quality recorded sound technology and multiple awards including "#2 DJ in the world," Armin Van Buuren has outdone himself yet again.

‘Unhitched’ already unraveling

The Farrelly Brothers, creators of "Dumb and Dumber" and "There's Something About Mary," have created a new show, "Unhitched." What looked to be a new hilarious show for the FOX Sunday night lineup fell short of funny.

A ‘Thrilling’ anniversary

When you hear the name Michael Jackson, most likely the image of a tarnished, quirky freak of a man comes to mind. That's now, but back in 1983 when MJ was still "normal," he and Quincy Jones produced the record-shattering "Thriller" album.

Studying in shadows

Jack grew up in the Valley. He celebrated birthdays with his large extended family and friends in backyard events. He sang in the choir at his high school. He graduated with honors. When he was 18, he asked if he could get his driver's license, the last rite to becoming an adult, as his parents had promised him he could when they had denied the request two years prior.

Juggling Act

Imagine being late for class in the morning: you've misplaced your notebook, your coffee is cold, you stayed up all night typing a paper and your keys have pulled a disappearing act. Now imagine your child following you around the house that same morning as you frantically try to pack a diaper bag, comb sticky hair, find a favorite lost toy and retie tiny shoes for what seems like the hundredth time.

True Gamers

Marion Kimble

Nostalgia Moderna

In recognition of Pierce College's 60th anniversary, THE BULL has dipped into the past for a look at classic campus moments through the decades. To complement the archive photographs, we have recreated updated scenes of a lively campus. The activities on the college grounds reflect Pierce as a place of thriving, growing social and educational center.

The ‘Poverty’ Draft

Today's Army recruiters, falling behind in their quotas, are resorting to more sophisticated tactics, targeting the poor and minorities. "The death of democracy is not likely to be an assassination from ambush. It will be slow extinction from apathy, indifference, and undernourishment.