As the spookiest time of year draws in, some may ask the question of how the considerably silly tradition of Halloween came to be. While some version of Halloween tradition has occurred for centuries, it didn't become the kid-friendly, neighborhood festivity we recognize today until recently.Read More
SMC Wind Ensemble's dynamic performance of bright and inviting tunes engaged and delighted the audience, and promises more for their fall season.Read More
The IndieCade Festival is an international event dedicated to recognizing independent games from around the world. This fun-filled festival draws industry insiders, designers, artists, players, and fans from around the world to play and preview the games, …Read More
The Santa Monica Review (SMR) celebrated their 30th Anniversary at The Edye on the Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center on October 14. SMR Editor Andrew Tonkovich stood on the center floor stage paying tribute to the history of the literary journal and its contributing writers.Read More
“This is the first restaurant to serve falafel in the Western United States, ever!” The owner of Hungry Pocket Falafel House, Jeff Javaherr, shares this with anyone who will listen.Read More
A rock-and-roll themed jukebox musical taking place at the Santa Monica College (SMC) Theatre Arts Building (Fri. Oct. 12 to Sun. Oct. 14), "Smokey Joe’s Cafe" features the songs of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. BothRead More
Norway was a different country after the 22nd of July, 2011. That morning, 77 people, mostly children, were murdered by a right wing extremist in a bomb attack on the office of the Prime Minister, and a shooting spree at the summer camp …Read More
Local Santa Monica restaurants and residents gathered at the Santa Monica Pier for the 4th annual Off the Hook’s Seafood Festival on Saturday, October 6Read More
In the heart of Culver City’s Arts District, Washington Boulevard was fenced off as thousands of people gathered to participate in the Art Walk & Roll Festival that took place on Saturday, October 6th.Read More
This whimsical production illuminates the main stage with a harmonious group of actors, singers, and dancers gyrating to hits like “Hound Dog”, “There Goes My Baby” and “Stand By Me”.Read More
Santa Monica College’s Center for Media and Design (CMD) takes pride in providing an environment where imagination and ingenuity take precedence. Whether the ends are to affect global perspective or simply to entertain, CMD acts as a platform for unique thinkers.Read More
A stylish, 21-year-old girl sits across the table, glamorously out of place, on the ground level of Santa Monica College’s Bundy Campus where she, Shyrel Haddad, awaits for her classes to begin.Read More
October has arrived, Halloween is approaching, and Los Angeles is ready to celebrate the "spooktacular" holiday all month long. Whether it be heading to the closest theme park, a bone chilling maze, or a wildly themed-party each weekend, LA is sure to have something for everyone.
Venom breaks record for largest October opening weekend in the box office but disappoints across the board.
Its been awhile since we’ve seen Venom on the movie screen, and many are asking, was it worth the wait? The answer is no, unfortunately the long awaited venom movie fell short of its expectations.Read More
Dozens of students filled the hushed auditorium on the evening of Tuesday, September 25, eagerly awaiting sound that never came. Santa Monica College’s guest speaker, George Langworthy, gave an impromptu Q&A session when the audio at the screening of renowned documentary, Vanishing of the Bees, went awry.Read More
The Silver Gavel Award-winning documentary, "And Then They Came For Us," is a collection of personal interviews from former concentration camp children. First-hand witnesses combined with vivid historical data and photography brings 1942 closer to today. The touching testimonies of those recalling such an experience through the eyes of a once innocent childhood.
SMC fashion brings the campus to lifeRead More
Spike Lee’s new joint features one of the director’s most profound and prolific films since Do The Right Thing and Malcolm X.Read More