[Art & Entertainment]

The scripture in pictures – a new look at an old book

There are a variety of condensed and edited versions of the Bible which make it more readable,
such as “The Bible For Dummies” by Jeffrey Geoghegan and Michael Homan, or “A Child’s First
Bible” by Kenneth N. Taylor if you’re feeling really lazy about it.

Play­ception: behind the scenes of “Noises Off”

Ever wondered what goes into having actors look natural on­stage? SCC’s latest comedy
explores the unseen world of stage actors and pokes fun at the long, and sometimes arduous,
process of making a production work seamlessly.
“Acting is all about a sense of play,” Bryar Golden said, “and the (actors) that are successful in
both the student and in the professional world are the ones that come up on stage and want to have fun.”

Puppets at SCC Will Sing: "The Internet is for Porn"

The world was a much simpler place when we were children. What’s that animal? What doesn’t
belong? Big bird, Elmo and Cookie Monster had the answer then, but what if they could help us
with our new, grown­up problems now?
“Avenue Q,” the next musical production coming to SCC, presents its story in the style of
popular children’s shows that rely on puppets. In addition to dealing with current issues, the
musical explores some risqué concepts by pushing the boundaries of what many consider

The Street Code Myth: A ‘spoiler free’ review of “Black Mass” Johnny Depp shines in his darkest role yet

What is it about the persona of larger than life criminals and films about them that capture public
attention so effectively?
I have always stood somewhere between being mystified by and somehow relating to
characters like James “Whitey” Bulger. We do always have a choice, and the result is what
separates the animals from the citizens .
Black Mass is another chapter aimed at satisfying the desire to understand what makes a man
operate so far outside the lines of civility.

Shoreline teachers bring music to the community

Musical talent fills the halls of SCC as three different Shoreline instructors bring their own unique styles of sounds to listeners.

Pitch Perfect 2

They are back, Pitches! The original “Pitch Perfect” was a hit so it's not surprising that the sequel is too.

Beca Mitchell (Anna Kendrick) has lead the Barden Bellas to three national collegiate a cappella championship titles, and the group continues to defy convention and amaze audiences.

The Second Mango

“The Second Mango” by Shira Glassman starts off on a fairy tale note. The young queen Shulamit is captured by gons who want to hold her for ransom, but she is rescued by a mysterious masked stranger. This sets the tone for the rest of the book – Shulamit and the masked stranger embark on adventures on the back of a dragon who can transform into a horse, looking for glory and true love.

Movie Review: "Mad Max: Fury Road"

by Benjamin Nason
A&E Editor

High-octane cars driven by road warriors down post-apocalyptic highways are searching for gas to continue their endless drive. This is the world of "Mad Max"; a post-modern western, where cars replace horses and bandits wear S&M leathers with punk rock hairdos.



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