Monday, May 29

Tomei, Downey shine in ‘Only You’

Tomei, Downey shine in ‘Only You’ By Lael Loewenstein The last time director Norman Jewison ventured into romantic comedy, he hit paydirt with the Oscar-winning "Moonstruck." Jewison’s current film about amore, "Only You," hopes to do for Marisa Tomei what "Moonstruck" did for Cher. Read more...


‘Cuarteto’ provides bridge between cultures

‘Cuarteto’ provides bridge between cultures By Omid Bürgin-Esmai’li Take a dose of tango, bossa nova and lambada, mix that with a European art form, and add some multicultural ideology and there you have it: the Cuarteto Latinoamericano, a renowned string quartet known for promoting mostly contemporary works of Latin American composers. Read more...


EDLOS comes from out of this world to UCLA

EDLOS comes from out of this world to UCLA A capella quartet to showcase theatrics, antics at Schoenberg By Gaby Mora Daily Bruin Staff The EDLOS a capella group has come a long way to perform for UCLA students ­ as far as outer space, the members claim. Read more...



King

King of the Pigs By Michael Horowitz Daily Senior Bruin Staff The Nine Inch Nails "Self-Destruct Tour" is back in town and it hasn’t lost much intensity or emotion. Read more...


Quiet ‘Happened’ peeks at ’90s dating

Quiet ‘Happened’ peeks at ’90s dating Sundance Film Festival favorite succeeds with heartfelt, honest plot By Michael Horowitz Daily Bruin Senior Staff "What Happened Was" quietly presents itself as a funny, witty, romantic date movie. Read more...


Redgrave brings the personal onstage

Redgrave brings the personal onstage One-woman play mixes Shakespeare with own biography By John Mangum No matter how broad her experience as an actress becomes, Tony award-winning Lynn Redgrave always returns to Shakespeare. Read more...