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,…

‘Titanic’ disaster

Brian Johnston Editor in Chief    Stop me if you’ve heard this one.    Sam Worthington plays a half-human, half-something-else. There’s a war going on between the humans and the non-humans, and it’s up to Sam to save the day.    Is that “Avatar” or is it “Terminator: Salvation?” Neither. It’s “Clash of the Titans.”…

ZDC rises with the dead

Ray Robinson Managing Editor    SC4’s Zombie Defense Council is having an “orientation screening” of the George A. Romero horror classic “Night of the Living Dead” in an effort to raise funds to defend the world from the uprising of the undead.    The event is taking place in room 201 on the second floor…

A whirling good time

Garrett Gavin Staff Writer    Don’t expect an Oscar nomination, but “Hot Tub Time Machine” is an entertaining movie with quite a few laughs along the way.    The Movie chronicles the story of four friends who aren’t exactly living the lives they thought they would.    Adam (John Cusack) has just been dumped; Jacob…

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’ll heat you up and burn you down.    “Critical Bill,” a self proclaimed borderline rock/rap band,…

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,…