For over 5 years, the progressive works of creative literary journal, The Chaffey Review, have been at the forefront of truly noteworthy creative college endeavors. The internationally dispersed journal—containing evocative art and writing from contributors worldwide—has opened dialogues, exposed the taboo and addressed various subjects and themes that not only find relevance for the traditional college demographic, but for art enthusiasts of every age and creative capacity.

Somehow, the fearless participants of The Review find time in between their college careers and communal responsibilities to extend their energy outside of just the classroom expectations of English 35. In between making headlines for their controversial content— having been scrutinized and criticized for their apparently painfully poignant works—the Chaffey Review has found yet another outlet to further their activity in the arts.

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For over 5 years, the progressive works of creative literary journal, The Chaffey Review, have been at the forefront of truly noteworthy creative college endeavors. The internationally dispersed journal—containing evocative art and writing from contributors worldwide—has opened dialogues, exposed the taboo and addressed various subjects and themes that not only find relevance for the traditional college demographic, but for art enthusiasts of every age and creative capacity.

Somehow, the fearless participants of The Review find time in between their college careers and communal responsibilities to extend their energy outside of just the classroom expectations of English 35. In between making headlines for their controversial content— having been scrutinized and criticized for their apparently painfully poignant works—the Chaffey Review has found yet another outlet to further their activity in the arts.

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LUNAFest shows short films by, for, and about women. Hosted by AAUW and the Zonta club of Redlands. Proceeds will benefit the Nancy Yowell Memorial Scholarship fund.

Reception is at 6:00pm and the films begin at 7:00pm.

April 4, 2014

In the auditorium at Esri

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The Margaret Clark Art Education Endowment Fund of the Redlands Art Association and Krikorian Redlands Cinema 14 present the Fall 2013 series of the "Redlands Cinema Classic," a celebration of the finest in foreign, art and specialty films.

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