Two SSU students to have films screened at Cannes

A pair of Sonoma State University students will have two of their short films screened at the upcoming Cannes Film Festival in France.

The two aspiring filmmakers teamed for the short films “Snake Eyes” and “Rampage.” Mary-Madison Baldo was co-director and writer of the projects, Alex Bretow was co-director and producer.

The films were accepted to the Cannes Short Film Corner through... Read More

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Tsjuii piano recital slated GMC May 1

Japanese pianist Nobuyuki Tsujii will perform a recital in Weill Hall at the Green Music Center on Friday, May 1, at 7:30 p.m. 

Blind from birth, the 25-year-old Tsuji rose to immediate prominence as... Read More

Horse show opens at fairgrounds

The 57th annual Golden Gate Arabian & Half-Arabian Horse Show begins today and runs throughg Sunday, March 29 at the Lyttle Cow Palace at the Sonoma County fairgrounds. The event is free and the... Read More

Movie Review
By Don Gibble

After a shaky opening, “The Divergent Series,” as the movie franchise based on Veronica Roth’s novel trilogy is now officially called, offers a more cohesive and involved second installment with “Insurgent.”

In part, the... Read More

‘Deathtrap’ delivers clever mayhem
By Jud Snyder

Playwrights are men and women who write plays. You know that. Those who write plays about playwrights, you sensibly assume have a well-formed tendency to treat their grasp of their chosen profession with an... Read More