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  • Preview: Ruido Fest’s La Maldita Vecindad

    By Jose Burgos | Posted June 16, 2016

    La Maldita Vecindad | Credit: Archive

    Ruido Fest will be celebrating its second year since it was established in 2015 as the biggest Latin American festival in world.   In 2015, the Mexican rock bands Café Tacvba, and Zoe headlined the show exceeding the expectations of fans. This summer, Ruido Fest it will be bringing yet another Mexican band just as [...]

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  • Ruido Fest Survival Guide

    By janelly acosta | Posted May 22, 2016


    Before the Festival   -Double check, triple check, and if you have time quadruple check that you have your tickets ready for Ruido Fest before you leave to the festival. There’s nothing worse than arriving at the festival gate and realizing you forgot the tickets on your dresser.   -If you are attending the festival [...]

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  • Whose Side are You On?

    By Matt Jakubowski | Posted April 21, 2016


    The Marvel Civil War is upon us. Events of the past have led up to this moment and nothing can be done to prevent it. Many people have died and many more will until things change. Tony Stark wants that change, but not everyone agrees with him.   In order to get there, several of [...]

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  • Review: I Finally Got My Own Movie

    By Matt Jakubowski | Posted April 21, 2016


      “Deadpool” was released on Feb 12 and it was everything it needed to be to make Deadpool fans happy. Ryan Reynolds waited many years to play the role of Deadpool in a standalone movie and he finally did it. The biggest problem with making a Deadpool movie was making sure the complex comic character [...]

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  • Letter from the Editor: Endometriosis Awareness Month

    By Arielle Vega | Posted April 8, 2016


    Everyday there are women everywhere fighting a terrifying cancer-like disease that less and less people seem to know about or are even aware of. Moms, grandmothers, sisters, cousins, nieces, friends, co-workers, classmates, celebrities, old, and young—endometriosis does not discriminate. Young girls can be afflicted with this as early as their first period.    One-in-10 women [...]

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  • Spotlight: Neighbors 2 – Sorority Rising

    By Jesus J Montero | Posted April 7, 2016


      The red band trailer is here! A follow up to the cult hit of Neighbors this time we see how Seth Rogen, Zac Efron and Rose Byrne stack up against a sorority.   Now that Mac (Rogen) and Kelly Radner (Byrne) have a second baby on the way, they are ready to make the final [...]

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  • Poem: Desire

    By Arielle Vega | Posted March 10, 2016

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    Desire, can be fueled by many things.   Desire, is a fantasy that you desperately want to become reality.   Desire, is the impulse to do something without hesitation.   Desire, is an act that you will commit at any cost.   Desire, is a consequence of an unfulfilled temptation.   And when that desire [...]

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  • Cicero brothers inspire on “The Biggest Loser”, talks community and motivation

    By Jesus J Montero | Posted February 22, 2016

    Luis Hernandez and Roberto Hernandez in 'The Biggest Loser'  Photo: Chris Haston/NBC

    Cicero natives are already winning big before the result are in for the grand finale for the 17th season of “The Biggest Loser”.   Twin brothers Roberto and Luis Hernandez have always been on the heavy side. Being active growing up by playing sports to even playing college level football the Hernandez brothers have been [...]

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