Samurai swords, blood, guts, betrayal, revenge, murder and just a hint of comic relief to take the edge off. Now this is what a movie should be. Enter “Zatoichi,” the tale of a blind masseur, unassuming in appearance, but an unstoppable force to anyone who crosses him.
Month: August 2007
Underneath the secret sauce and So. Cal legacy, In N’ Out has what some consumers never knew of: A secret menu. When Harry and Esther Snyder opened the first In N’ Out in 1948’s Baldwin Park, they displayed a simple menu of hamburgers, fries, shakes and soda.
Every once in awhile, at the Palms Casino in Las Vegas, Bravo Television films something magical. It films big-name celebrities losing large sums of money doing something many ordinary people do once a week and enjoying it all the while. No, it’s not an odd version of “The Rich and the Famous” or even a rip-off of VH1’s “The Surreal Life.
If you’ve never ventured into the Riverside Marketplace during the night hours, you may have missed the little piece of downtown San Francisco’s artist district that sits on Mission Inn Avenue. Coffee Depot was built in 1904 and is owned by Geof and Evelyn Gaines.
A $350 million bond was issued to RCC this year, however, staff and students seem unaware of how the money is being planned to be spent or that the funds even exist. Measure C was approved by voters when it was put on the ballot in March 2004. The bond measure is set to fund a multi-level parking structure, a school for the performing arts and other various construction projects on all three campuses.
“The power of Christ compels you! The power of Christ compels you!” Well, maybe not. When asked what the two greatest horror movies of all time are, two classics immediately come to mind. Alfred Hitchcock’s timeless “Psycho” has been feared by film afficionados and casual fans alike for years.
All great people start from humble beginnings and if you are looking to have the beginnings of the next possible American Idol, it would be a good idea to pick up Riverside Community College’s Chamber Singers Spring 2004 new compact disk. Be forewarned though, this CD doesn’t include pop tunes.
During an open panel at the 2002 Wizard World convention, DC Comics unveiled plans that all its Superman titles would see a major creative change in 2004. In addition to adding three new titles, DC also announced that all new creative teams were in place to take over its existing serials in April.
It has been referenced to and spoofed countless times since 1974. The mere mention of its title conjures up images of spider walking and split pea soup. Clearly “The Exorcist” has left a mark on everyone. Even someone who has never seen the movie understands the basics of this pop culture icon.