Saturday, June 23

Faina Lushtak, a professor of music and piano performance at Tulane University, will headline the latest installment of the David L. Abell UCLA Piano Masters Series. (Courtesy of Arman Sadeghpour and Faina Lushtak)
Faina Lushtak, a professor of music and piano performance at Tulane University, will headline the latest installment of the David L. Abell UCLA Piano Masters Series. (Courtesy of Arman Sadeghpour and Faina Lushtak)

The filmmakers had to maneuver around restaurant chairs and tables to capture footage of patrons enjoying various Filipino items off different restaurants' menus, said cinematographer and producer John Floresca. One scene showcases a kamayan meal with customers eating fried pork egg rolls and rice with their hands. (Courtesy of Alexandra Cuerdo)
The filmmakers had to maneuver around restaurant chairs and tables to capture footage of patrons enjoying various Filipino items off different restaurants' menus, said cinematographer and producer John Floresca. One scene showcases a kamayan meal with customers eating fried pork egg rolls and rice with their hands. (Courtesy of Alexandra Cuerdo)

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Album review: ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’

Arctic Monkeys graduated from leather and skinny jeans to smoking jackets and whiskey glasses. “Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino” – the Sheffield, England-based band’s sixth album – maintains gritty vocals fans have come to recognize and also introduces simple, yet more sophisticated instrumentals and introspective lyrics. Read more...

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Fourth-year theater student Spencer Martin played the bass guitar to accompany his vocals for songs such as his cover of BØRNS' “Electric Love.”
Fourth-year theater student Spencer Martin played the bass guitar to accompany his vocals for songs such as his cover of BØRNS' “Electric Love.”

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Album review: ‘Primal Heart’

Kimbra should no longer be somebody you used to know. In fact, the New Zealand indie-pop singer deserves even higher acclaim for the release of her new album “Primal Heart” than she did for her stint with Gotye in 2011. Read more...

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