ZDC Showing of “The Night of the Living Dead”

Patricia Kenner Staff Writer “They’re coming for you Barbra,” is what was heard on Friday, April 16 by classic movies lovers. SC4’s Zombie Defense Council, showed the 1968 cult classic “The Night of the Living Dead” to raise money. Tickets were $5 and popcorn was included with admission. “The money raised goes towards future events…

Rush headlines Rogers Bayfest 2010

Breigh Edmondson Staff Writer Sarnia, Ontario is once again playing host to a rocking summer of music as classic rockers Rush and the Scorpions headline the six day Rogers Bayfest Festival July 8 through 10, and 16 through 18. According to the Rogers Bayfest website, feature bands and openers are as follows: July 8: Bobnoxious,…

Celebrating five years

Twana Pinskey Photo Editor A cornucopia of talent and musical genius was evident as Saint Clair County Community College students presented “Tapestry,” the latest in the “Thursday at Noon Concert Series” April 15 at the SC4 Fine Arts Theatre in Port Huron. This year’s presentation marks the fifth anniversary of “Tapestry” at SC4. According to…

Reflections of India at SC4

Twana Pinskey Photo Editor    “Reflections of India,” the latest in SC4’s “Thursday at noon” concert series provided listeners with classical, Hindustani music, on April 1 at the Fine Arts auditorium in Port Huron.    During the concert, sitarist Brock Dale of Toronto and Tabalist, Nicholas McKinlay, also of Toronto, performed selections from Bhairav, Kafi,…

Keepin’ it real

Kayla Dimick Staff Writer     The stage lights weren’t the only things that shone brightly as the SC4 Theatre Discipline presented their latest show, “The Real Thing.”    Students, friends and family members packed into the Fine Arts Building Theatre the weekend of Friday, March 26 to see the comedic, yet serious take on “real life.”…

Valleys Climbs Mountains

Raymond Robinson Managing Editor To have the ability to say an artist is still able to please their fan base after being dead for over 40 years is amazing. Jimi Hendrix’s “Valley’s of Neptune” brings from the vault a stellar package of songs, some alternate versions of old favorites & others never before commercially available.…

Critical still is catching “Critical Bill”

Cadi Parker Staff Writer Ever beat on your steering wheel; adrenaline surging through your veins? Screamed at the top of your lungs? Flat-out rocked out to a new album? When music is intense and relatable, it heats you up and burns you down. “Critical Bill” a “borderline rock/rap” band, according to their drummer, Mark Causley,…

Culture club

Ray Robinson Managing Editor A celebration of Native American culture will take place on April 6 in the SC4 Fine Arts Theatre. Registration starts at 8:30 a.m. and the event runs all day. Morning and afternoon events include David Plain, author of “The Plains of Aamjiwnaang” and “Ways of Our Grandfathers: Our Tradition and Culture”…

Shutter Island makes audiences shudder

Kayla Dimick Staff Writer    “Don’t you get it? You’re a rat in a maze.”    Since its release date of February 19, the new psychological thriller “Shutter Island” has had audiences quaking in their boots.    The film, set in 1954, is directed by academy award-winner Martin Scorsese and follows the story of U.S.…

Rock N’ Roll: Alive in Cleveland

Breigh Edmondson      Staff Writer    It’s a plane, there’s no bird, and it’s… a flying hot dog-mobile?    The Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame, located along Lake Erie in Cleveland, Ohio, rocks the socks off any visitor that walks into the doors, young and old.    Walking downtown Cleveland to the secluded building, once…