Tag: Leo Cabral

RERUN SHUFFLE 05: The Twilight Zone 2×06 -“Eye of the Beholder”

Rerun Shuffle travels through another dimension for episode five. That dimension is in “The Twilight Zone’s” acclaimed “Eye of the Beholder.” Tim Nacey and Leo Cabral explore an uncanny world that maintains a high beauty standard that reflects a grotesque facade back to the viewer. Patient Janet Tyler, finds herself in the hospital with bandages

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RERUN SHUFFLE 04: Frasier 4×18 -“Ham Radio”

In this week’s episode, Tim Nacey and Leo Cabral laugh at and stress over Season 4 Episode 18 of “Frasier” in “Ham Radio” where titular (and apprehensive) character Frasier Crane decides to write and direct an old-fashioned radio show called “Nightmare Inn.” Leo and Tim discuss how the jabs and stereotypes of certain marginalized groups

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RERUN SHUFFLE 03: Courage the Cowardly Dog 2×13 -“The Tower of Dr. Zalost”

Click here to listen on Anchor. This week, we dig into Season 2 Episode 13 of Courage The Cowardly Dog: “The Tower of Dr. Zalost” in which a perpetually depressed mad scientist uses cannonballs infused with the essence of sadness to make everyone as miserable as he is. When Muriel is hit, its up to

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Viewpoints excels at National College Media Convention, awards show

Staff Report Viewpoints took home a total of 15 awards, including two national awards, at the Spring National College Media Convention on March 20. News Editor Cheetara Piry was also re-elected Journalism Association of Community Colleges Southern California president. The staff placed second in the Associated Collegiate Press National Best of Show for their print

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Viewpoints victorious at Journalism Association of Community Colleges conference

Staff Report Past and present Viewpoints emerged from the Journalism Association of Community Colleges Fall 2020 Conference victorious in several different categories — and with a representative on the association’s board. This fall’s conference was held in a fully online format due to COVID-19. In attendance were 217 students, faculty and staff from 30 California

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