Tuesday, October 16

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Album Review: ‘Dunes’

Gardens & Villa left behind the gardens and the villas of its sunny Southern California home to record in a wintery, snow-filledMichigan town, where it found inspiration for its new album, “Dunes.” The band’s sophomore release, “Dunes” was inspired by the snowy sand dunes in Benton Harbor, Mich. Read more...

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Album Review: ‘Restoring Force’

Punk is dead, but apparently, nu-metal is not. “The Flood” drowned the old, repetitive sound of Of Mice and Men and brought them back to life in their new album, “Restoring Force.” “Restoring Force” is the metalcore band’s third full-length album, which the band recorded and released after their original vocalist, Shayley Bourget, left the band. Read more...

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Julia Wang "Plastic"

On display at UCLA's New Wight Gallery from Jan. 16 through Jan. 30, "Recess" ranges from inviting and playful works to provocative and interpretive ideas of the aging process. The exhibit's pieces, such as Julia Wang's "Plastic," pictured here, contrast the innocence of childhood play with mature themes of adulthood.

UCLA students interpret “Recess” in Broad Art Center exhibit

Upon entering New Wight Gallery, a transparent sheet filled with multitudes of identical doll heads wearing different colored hats stands out. However, under closer inspection, one realizes the hats are actually condoms. Read more...

Photo: Julia Wang "Plastic" On display at UCLA's New Wight Gallery from Jan. 16 through Jan. 30, "Recess" ranges from inviting and playful works to provocative and interpretive ideas of the aging process. The exhibit's pieces, such as Julia Wang's "Plastic," pictured here, contrast the innocence of childhood play with mature themes of adulthood.

Julia Wang "Plastic"

On display at UCLA's New Wight Gallery from Jan. 16 through Jan. 30, "Recess" ranges from inviting and playful works to provocative and interpretive ideas of the aging process. The exhibit's pieces, such as Julia Wang's "Plastic," pictured here, contrast the innocence of childhood play with mature themes of adulthood.

Jennifer Parry Dodge sells her own hand-dyed clothing and textiles as well as handicrafts from other artists at her boutique, ERMIE X Weltenbuerger.

Arts ReSTORE LA: Pop-up stores add variety to Westwood

A&E contributors [email protected] About 25 years ago, Father Gregory Boyle had an idea that led to a simple program that would help former gang members. Homeboy Industries is one of the pop-up shops occupying an empty Westwood space this month. Read more...

Photo: Jennifer Parry Dodge sells her own hand-dyed clothing and textiles as well as handicrafts from other artists at her boutique, ERMIE X Weltenbuerger.

Jennifer Parry Dodge sells her own hand-dyed clothing and textiles as well as handicrafts from other artists at her boutique, ERMIE X Weltenbuerger.

Eric Zeisl, a late Austrian composer who worked on music around the world, including in Hollywood, wrote the compositions recorded by the UCLA Philharmonia for its debut album, “Eric Zeisl.”

UCLA Philharmonia’s debut album honors late composer Eric Zeisl

After years of performing, the UCLA Philharmonia released its debut album, “Eric Zeisl.” Less than a year ago, the UCLA Philharmonia was performing and recording Eric Zeisl’s “Concerto Grosso for Cello and Orchestra” onstage at Royce Hall. Read more...

Photo: Eric Zeisl, a late Austrian composer who worked on music around the world, including in Hollywood, wrote the compositions recorded by the UCLA Philharmonia for its debut album, “Eric Zeisl.”

Eric Zeisl, a late Austrian composer who worked on music around the world, including in Hollywood, wrote the compositions recorded by the UCLA Philharmonia for its debut album, “Eric Zeisl.”


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