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Hopsin performs on stage for his tour “SavageVille,” at Ace of Spades in downtown Sacramento 1417 R St, on Sat. Oct. 8. The rapper demonstrated his spontaneity when he jumped off of the stage, and with the support of his fans, stood up and continued to rap. (Photo by Cheyenne Drury)

Inside the ill mind of Hopsin

Cheyenne Drury and Luis Gael October 13, 2016

By Luis Gael Jimenez & Cheyenne Drury When you look into the eyes of rapper Hopsin, it's hard to look away. The artist has a certain je ne sais quoi quality about him. That, and a pair of shock-white...

Fans sing along with Hopsin at Ace of Spades in Sacramento, California on Oct. 8. (Photo by Cheyenne Drury)

Photo Gallery: Hopsin “SavageVille” Tour

Cheyenne Drury and Luis Gael October 13, 2016

By Luis Gael Jimenez and Cheyenne Drury

Joy Bertinusons painting entitled Protect Yourself at All Time, on display in the Kaneko Gallery for the American River College Faculty Exhibition, Aug. 22 through Friday, Sept. 2. (Photo by Cheyenne Drury)

Kaneko puts ARC faculty members’ art on display

Cheyenne Drury and Laurie Jones August 31, 2016

By Cheyenne Drury and Laurie Jones The James Kaneko Gallery kicked off the fall semester on Aug. 22 with its annual “ARC Faculty Exhibition,” a collection of artwork chosen from American River College...

ARC Students (from right to left) Rhian Harris, Samantha Ara, Ariel Ryan and Josh Hooper practice their improv skills Sunday for auditions for American River Colleges production of Shakespeares The Tempest. The production will run from April.22 through May.1.
(Photo by Tyler M. Jackson)

ARC theater department begins ‘The Tempest’ auditions

Nicole Kesler and Timothy Lipuma January 28, 2016

By Nicole Kesler and Timothy Lipuma The American River College theater department began auditions for William Shakespeare’s 'The Tempest' on Sunday. Professor Tracy Martin Shearer is directing...

Review: ‘Macbeth’ leaves new and old audience members out in the cold

Joseph Daniels December 21, 2015

While it offers a unique modern interpretation, Justin Kurzel’s “Macbeth” offers little to get excited about for both  new audience members and those who are already familiar with William Shakespeare’s...

Professor Dyne Eifertsen teaches the Latin jazz ensemble at ARC. The ensemble is performing with the studio jazz ensemble on Thursday night. (Photo by Matthew Wilke)

Latin jazz to perform with studio ensemble

Michael Pacheco December 9, 2015

The Latin jazz ensemble will be performing with the studio jazz ensemble on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. that would  include songs such as “Salsa Vibes” by Louie Ramirez,” “Linda Chicana,” “Afro...

Peter Carter-Grassly  plays the french horn in an applied music recital at American River College. The next recital will take place on Thursday. (Photo by Michael Pacheco)

Student musicians play for peers

Michael Pacheco December 2, 2015

Seven music majors performed in the first of four applied music recitals that were held as a part of the final grade for applied music majors. Performers were able to select a piece of music from a...

Review: ‘Brooklyn’ falls just shy of becoming a great film

Jordan Schauberger December 1, 2015

“Brooklyn,” a movie directed by John Crowley and starring Saoirse Ronan — who plays an Irish immigrant in the U.S. in the 1950s — is fantastically fun and charming for the first three-quarters...

Maya (played by McKenzie Lopez), left is visited by Santa Muerte (played by Itzin Alpizar) after praying that her dead mothers soul is left restless. The play will run until Dec. 6. (Photo by Joseph Daniels)

Review: ‘Skeleton Stories’ celebrates Day of the Dead by offering audience members a journey through the underworld

Joseph Daniels November 24, 2015

American River College theater department’s production of “Skeleton Stories” takes the audience on a journey through a Mexican-inspired underworld that celebrates the Day of the Dead, but the main...

Tommy Andersen practices a warm up exercise before the rehearsal for American River College theater departments production of Skeleton Stories. The play opened on Friday. (Photo by Joseph Daniels)

Cast of ‘Skeleton Stories’ reveals how characters’ backgrounds are created

Joseph Daniels November 20, 2015

By Joseph Daniels and Matthew Peirson A previous version of this story falsely reported that the white robe of Santa Muerte represented her elevation above nature and that the red robe represented...

Cherrie Moraga reads from her book, This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color during the Creative Connections event. The book highlighted the experiences of women who belong to minority groups and called for greater attention to race-related subjects within the feminist community. (Photo by Karen Reay)

Creative Connections highlights the struggles of Native Americans

Kevin Sheridan November 19, 2015

Tanaya Winder compared writing to someone performing open heart surgery on themselves at American River College’s Creative Connections event Tuesday. “When I was done I was like ‘oh s—,’ ”...

Eyeball Dance by Neil Putnam, left, and Blue Hands by Daniel Meidinger and Andria Arnott are two pieces of artwork by American River College students to be placed on recycle bins on campus. (Photos by Karen Reay)

ARC to decorate recycling bins with student art

Lena DoBynes November 16, 2015

The Earth painted in shades of blue and pink featuring a large eyeball is one of the artworks that will be displayed on trash bins that will be “upcycled” into recycling bins on the American River...

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