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It’s New to Me: 1970s horror flicks are the best, and here’s why

Chantal James, staff Writer

August 3, 2010

I live with a horror movie fanatic. Worse yet, since moving in with him, I have become a horror movie fanatic. There was a time in my life when I felt that "Saw" was worthwhile watching. In my defense, that was before six sequels were released. Since then I have mended my ways and am now enamored with...

San Jose tradition starts off with a bang

Cold War Kids frontman Nathan Willett and guitar player Jonnie Russell let loose during their headlining gig at Music in the Park.

Michael Mannina, Staff Writer

June 11, 2010

For those who came to Downtown San Jose on June 3, large crowds, food vendors and drinking parties awaited them as a staple of downtown summer life got underway. The 22nd season of Music in the Park, sponsored by Dos Equis and Metro newspapers, got underway with a bang. The music series, set to go...

Great American Novelists bring their folk punk music to De Anza main stage

Coree Hogan laughs and plays drums as he stares at Michael Conour, making sure he keeps in time.

Victor Arredondo, Staff Writer

June 11, 2010

Few recognize what type of inspiration can stem from American literature. On the other hand, if you are a De Anza College student, you may have heard a two person ensemble named The Great American Novelists. On June 3 lead singer Michael Conour and drummer Coree J. Hogan shook De Anza's cafeteria quad...

De Anza College Baseball Coach Scott Hertler on sexual assault allegations

Jay Donde

May 22, 2007

La Voz: What has been the most difficult thing that's emerged from this situation? Scott Hertler: "It has been difficult for the players, coaches, and administration, because it was so unexpected...I never thought it could happen here...It's been difficult to complete the season. Our numbers were down...