Luis Correa

SAD dampens the mood

By Luis Correa / February 27, 2018

By Luis Correa Arts and culture editor In the depths of winter, with daylight slipping away before evening and temperatures barely hitting the freezing mark. The cold season can bring much more than gale force winds and snow. For some Clackamas Community College students, it can trigger feelings of hopelessness and depression. The psychological condition…

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Rebellious women inspire artist

By Luis Correa / January 23, 2018

By Luis Correa Arts and culture editor Leslie Nemour, a renowned artist from San Diego, is showcasing her eclectic paintings in the Neimeyer Center at Clackamas Community College from now until Feb. 2. Nemour is the latest artist to exhibit her works of art in the Alexander Gallery on campus. Working as an associate professor…

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Thor: Ragnarok, hammers in the box office

By Luis Correa / November 8, 2017

By Luis Correa Arts and Culture Editor Warning: Spoilers ahead. The anticipated “Thor: Ragnarok” movie finally hit theaters last Friday and has already made a huge impact at the box office, bringing in $211.3 million, making it the 17th Marvel movie to hit No. 1 nationwide. The third installment of the hero has even surpassed…

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FrightTown brings nightmares to life

By Luis Correa / October 24, 2017

By Luis Correa Arts and Culture Editor With Halloween creeping up, Portland’s spooky tradition is sure to make everybody scream. FrightTown returns to the depths of the Veterans Memorial Coliseum for its 13th terrifying season, featuring three haunted houses with extra attractions to really give you a true horror experience. This year, Baron Von Goolo’s…

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Review: Los Inquietos conquer Salem

By Luis Correa / October 17, 2017

“THE PSYCHOS OF BALLAD” KICKED OFF THE “LOCOS Y ENTUMECIDOS” (CRAZY AND NUMB) TOUR IN SALEM Story and photos by Luis Correa Arts and Culture Editor As Hispanic Heritage Month comes to a close, La Fortuna Entertainment brings three of the biggest names in music from Mexico to Oregon. They brought Jesus Ojeda, Chuy Lizarraga…

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