A music-centric radio show dedicated to shining the limelight on Chican@ and Latin@ artists, both local and renowned.
There are literally queer and Latinx monsters and no one is talking about it.
Dragon Ball FighterZ does justice to the franchise and for the fighting game genre.
A morning variety show that features music and discussion with a different host each day.
Graduate students gathered together at the fine arts galleries to start off a week of critiques.
The night Rainn made it rain — both outside and on these cheeks.
“Birds of Prey” is an upbeat romp that leaves viewers wanting more.
Films that may or may not make you jolly.
Podcasts are often overlooked. People don’t realize that they can be even better than a book, movie or television show, especially when they take place in our own backyard.
Some thoughts after the 90th Academy Awards.
"Monster Hunter: World" sets a new bar for current gen RPG's
22 West gets familiar with the baddest lady on the court and our “dysfunctional, but strong” court system.
Summer readings on psychedelic peril, the limitations of freedom and drunken billion-dollar heirs
Enjoy some Japanese music from famous artists such as Mariya Takeuchi to modern bands such as Bradio, while listening to various genres from different eras.
This past weekend marked the ninth annual Long Beach Comic Con. Every year, geeks, nerds and everyone in between gather downtown for a pop culture celebration. I spent a day in the midst of it all.
Borderlands 3 is overall impressive, but multiplayer mode disappoints.
22 West kicks off its first “Live Session” with an interview of local ska band.
Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man comes to the rescue, in an epic “Game of the Year” candidate.
Why young people let a mouse take their money
“Mornings On The Beach” is Cal State’s morning radio show. Co-hosts Danny Lemos and Charley Sharp present campus news, information, events, music and lifestyle commentary for the CSULB community.