Arts & Entertainment




Campus Times
October 24, 1997


photo by Christie Reed

In a slide presentation on Tuesday in La Fetra Auditorium, award-winning photographer Mary Ann Smothers-Bruni portrayed through her words and photographs the lives of men, women and children in the war-torn and poverty-stricken area of the Middle East known as Kurdistan. With a population of more than 17 million, the self-proclaimed area is primarily desert and lends little to agricultural sustenance.


Farmers from afar feed folks fresh food

Fresh produce can be found inexpensively at the San Dimas Farmers' Market.

Java joints not just places for drinks

Local coffee house offer patrons more than just a quick pick-me-up.

Come aboard Shipwreck '97

The Queen Mary in Long Beach offers a few scares for Halloween.

Entertainment Briefs

"Macbeth," Harris Art Gallery exhibition, marine life discussion, Irene Carlson Gallery exhibition.



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