Wednesday, November 14

(Courtesy of Jagjaguwar)
(Courtesy of Jagjaguwar)

The Radical Publishing Weekend will include an exhibition in the Fowler Musuem titled "South of No North." The blown-up photographs and artwork from books of independent publishing company Gate Negro Ediciones will be featured on the walls of the building's interior. (Courtesy of Sebastian Clough)
The Radical Publishing Weekend will include an exhibition in the Fowler Musuem titled "South of No North." The blown-up photographs and artwork from books of independent publishing company Gate Negro Ediciones will be featured on the walls of the building's interior. (Courtesy of Sebastian Clough)

Cannaclub education director Eugenio Castro Garza, a second-year political science student, said the organization is offering Cannabis 101 to attempt to lessen the stigma around the substance and start serious dialogue. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin)
Cannaclub education director Eugenio Castro Garza, a second-year political science student, said the organization is offering Cannabis 101 to attempt to lessen the stigma around the substance and start serious dialogue. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin)

Paige Lindsey White starred opposite Daisuke Tsuji in “With Love and A Major Organ.” The UCLA alumna was nominated for a Stage Raw Theater Award for female comedy performance in the Boston Court Pasadena theatre company's production. (Courtesy of Paige Lindsey White)
Paige Lindsey White starred opposite Daisuke Tsuji in “With Love and A Major Organ.” The UCLA alumna was nominated for a Stage Raw Theater Award for female comedy performance in the Boston Court Pasadena theatre company's production. (Courtesy of Paige Lindsey White)

Actress Magdalena Edwards portrayes one of the mother-daughter duos in “Houses Without Walls.” The play depicts two mothers as they  ponder the fates of their daughters during the Cuban Revolution. Real events, such as the mass exodus of Cubans fleeing Fidel Castro's regime, inspired some of the scenes in the one-act play. "Houses Without Walls" will premier Sunday at the Hollywood Fringe Festival. (Isa Saalabi/Daily Bruin)
Actress Magdalena Edwards portrayes one of the mother-daughter duos in “Houses Without Walls.” The play depicts two mothers as they  ponder the fates of their daughters during the Cuban Revolution. Real events, such as the mass exodus of Cubans fleeing Fidel Castro's regime, inspired some of the scenes in the one-act play. "Houses Without Walls" will premier Sunday at the Hollywood Fringe Festival. (Isa Saalabi/Daily Bruin)

Graduate student Maru García put on "Vivarium: A Place of Life," an installation featuring various plant life. The installation also featured a performer interacting with the plants' environment. (Jenna Nicole Smith/Daily Bruin)
Graduate student Maru García put on "Vivarium: A Place of Life," an installation featuring various plant life. The installation also featured a performer interacting with the plants' environment. (Jenna Nicole Smith/Daily Bruin)

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Album review: ‘Dirty Computer’

Janelle Monáe fans can finally take a deep look into the R&B songstress’ clever mind in the form of a defiant and bugged computer. In Monáe’s first two studio albums she remained somewhat elusive, building a lure around an alter ego known as Cindi Mayweather, a robot revolutionary. Read more...

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