All-Beef Hot Dog,
Milk, Baby Carrots, Fresh Fruit, Cookie, and Fun Chips
Interested in Cross Country? Come to the Track Tuesday, June 12, and get all the necessary information.
Posted by courier at 09:56 AM. Filed under: Daily Bulletin
2 comments • Permalink
Courier Staff Report
More than 200 seniors and a squad of chaperones who partied all night long Disneyland-style will soon be roused out of their hotel beds to get on buses to go spend another night partying, this time Universal-Studios style.
The 254 graduating seniors boarded "deluxe motorcoaches" Thursday morning to take the circa 7-hour trip south to the Magic Kingdom. Some 21 chaperones, including parents, teachers, a Campus Security Technician, a counselor, and administrator and some significant others, tagged along to keep order and join the party, or parties, to be more exact.
Posted by courier at 09:21 AM. Filed under: News
3 comments • Permalink
By Jacqueline Truong, Courier Staff Writer
Inside the Venus Bakery Café
Yelp.com photoVenus Bakery Cafe
6267 Jarvis Ave
(between Dumbarton Ct & Lido Blvd)
Newark, CA 94560
After a long day at work, my coworkers and I decided to go out for a late night snack. Since my coworkers did not want to eat at a typical, American diner, one of my coworker recommended Venus Bakery Café
. Venus is a hip, Chinese café with decently priced food.
Posted by courier at 07:35 AM. Filed under: Entertainment
4 comments • Permalink
By Bill Gibron
After Stanley Kubrick's 1968 film
2001: A Space Odyssey,
the science fiction genre
was taken more seriously
The serious science fiction film genre is dead.
OK, maybe not actually deceased, but definitely on cinematic life support. With exceptions that are becoming rarer and rarer as the new millennium marches forward, and an omnipresent production paradigm that substitutes spectacle for smarts, futurist filmmaking is definitely gasping for breath.
There are several villains in this creative cabal, elements and individuals that want to see the motion picture category cater to fanboys, geeks and the easily entertained. But it seems a real shame that the one literary ideal best suited for the most visual of all mediums is constantly countermanded by issues that have nothing to do with either art form's visionary nature.
Posted by courier at 06:20 AM. Filed under: Entertainment
No comments • Permalink