Thursday, February 21

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Halloween attractions to haunt in Los Angeles

It’s that time of year again, when people take to the streets to consume copious amounts of candy and act spooky. Fortunately, UCLA’s location in West Los Angeles is ideal for hitting famed Halloween-themed neighborhoods and events, so Bruins won’t have to go far to take a well-deserved midterm study break. Read more...

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Chabuya's miso ramen is made from vegetable-based broth, served with fresh vegetables and topped with garlic flakes.

The Veg Heads: Westwood’s innovative veggie burgers

As vegetarians, when we go to a new restaurant, we often scan the menu quickly while silently praying that there’s something we can eat. And often, the veggie burger is there at the bottom of the menu to save the day. Read more...

Photo: Chabuya's miso ramen is made from vegetable-based broth, served with fresh vegetables and topped with garlic flakes.

Chabuya's miso ramen is made from vegetable-based broth, served with fresh vegetables and topped with garlic flakes.



Mezzo-soprano vocalist Laurie Rubin's memoir and poem, "Do You Dream in Color?" inspired composer Bruce Adolphe to craft an orchestrative piece based on Rubin's work.

Opera singer asks, ‘Do You Dream in Color?’

The lights dim, and mezzo-soprano opera singer Laurie Rubin walks onto the stage. The orchestra, waiting for the conductor’s cue, freezes in a moment of silent anticipation. Read more...

Photo: Mezzo-soprano vocalist Laurie Rubin's memoir and poem, "Do You Dream in Color?" inspired composer Bruce Adolphe to craft an orchestrative piece based on Rubin's work.

Mezzo-soprano vocalist Laurie Rubin's memoir and poem, "Do You Dream in Color?" inspired composer Bruce Adolphe to craft an orchestrative piece based on Rubin's work.



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