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The Fine Line era begins

Posted on November 14, 2019 by in Entertainment

The Fine Line era begins

Guadalupe Dominguez

Chronicle Reporter

It has been a year since Harry Styles was last seen on stage. The Met Gala 2019 host went MIA on all social media platforms until October 10 when he announced the release of his new single Lights Up. After almost a month of releasing Lights Up the former One Direction member announced both the name and release date of his sophomore album, captioning a picture on Instagram he wrote, “FINE LINE. THE ALBUM. DEC 13”. 

 As if fans were not already going crazy with the release of his album, Styles announced a one night show at the Forum on Dec. 13. Thousands were left without a ticket after scalpers bought the $25 tickets and started reselling them for outrageous prices, the highest going up to $9,900. 

Everything changed for the fandom yesterday though. Harry Styles and his team released tour dates for both the European and North American legs of the tour. The openers for the North American tour are Koffee and Jenny Lewis while the European shows will be expecting King Princess.

Tickets go on sale on Ticketmaster for the North American Tour on Monday at 10:00 am for American Express cardholders and verified fans, ending on Thursday Nov. 21. While the general sale starts Friday, Nov. 22nd at 10:00 am.

Elan Bernardo, SAS junior and Harry Styles fanatic, said, “I feel like his influence was very present in our childhood. I wanted to go to the last tour, but couldn’t.” 

Plan your spooky night

Posted on October 31, 2019 by in Features

Plan your spooky night

Guadalupe Dominguez Trujillo

Crimson Chronicle Reporter

Still looking for something spooky to do today? Checkout these events in the LA area. 

  1. Looking for the fright of your life visit Universal Studios for their Halloween Horror Nights. This year Universal has decided to open the upside down again and allow visitors into the world of Stranger Things. They open their doors at 7:00pm and tickets start at $72.
  2. Or you could join the West Hollywood Halloween Costume Carnaval, which begins on Sunset Blvd. This free event not only lets you enjoy the horrifying costumes of the carnival goers but also live music.
  3. If hayrides are more of your setting visit Griffith Park home of the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride. For only $35 you can enter Midnight Falls, the town that celebrates Halloween everyday, at 7:00pm.
  4. More than 200 monsters await you at The Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor. If that isn’t enough to get your hair on end the creaky narrow staircases and mazes will. The price to step on The Queen Mary’s deck at 7:00pm  is only $35 (not including other fees).
  5. Last but not least put on a costume and go around the neighborhood trick or treating. 

To enjoy this spooky day remember to be safe. Happy Halloween!!

Why celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

Posted on October 11, 2019 by in Features

Why celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

Guadalupe Dominguez Trujillo

Chronicle Reporter

Sept. 15 is the day that marks the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month. The Hispanic community is no longer a minority but a majority. During this month the contributions Hispanics have made to the American culture and Hispanic heritage is recognized and remembered. 

Former President Ronald Reagan extended the celebration to a month on Aug. 17, 1988. The reason behind the chosen date was because during the time period of Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, Latin American countries celebrate their independence, for example, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua all celebrate their independence anniversary on Sept. 15.

“It’s an important time to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month to keep the culture alive and to remind everyone where we come from and who we are, represent each country as it deserves,” said Sandy Barrios, Latino Student Union President. “People should acknowledge Hispanic Heritage month especially with everything that is going on.”


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