Thursday, April 25

The female K-pop group BLACKPINK performed Wednesday at The Forum as part of its In Your Area global tour. It sang 14 of its original singles and included American pop songs as part of its set list as well. (Courtesy of YG Entertainment)
The female K-pop group BLACKPINK performed Wednesday at The Forum as part of its In Your Area global tour. It sang 14 of its original singles and included American pop songs as part of its set list as well. (Courtesy of YG Entertainment)

Ritmo de Orun, an Afro-Cuban band, will perform its first show as a group at Fowler Out Loud. The band's name combines Spanish and Nigerian words, reflecting the two cultures involved in the style of music. (Eli Countryman/Daily Bruin)
Ritmo de Orun, an Afro-Cuban band, will perform its first show as a group at Fowler Out Loud. The band's name combines Spanish and Nigerian words, reflecting the two cultures involved in the style of music. (Eli Countryman/Daily Bruin)

Artist Meredith Monk will perform "Celluar Songs," a show she said was inspired by the interdependent activity of cells. It also incorporates interdisciplinary techniques like music, lighting and film. (Courtesy of Julieta Cervantes)
Artist Meredith Monk will perform "Celluar Songs," a show she said was inspired by the interdependent activity of cells. It also incorporates interdisciplinary techniques like music, lighting and film. (Courtesy of Julieta Cervantes)

(Courtesy of  Michele K. Short/Universal Pictures)

Movie review: Questionable science, disconnect plot hinder horror aspect of ‘Happy Death Day 2U’

Imagine Bill Murray navigating the opening scene of “Scream” every single day. That’s what director Christopher Landon’s latest film feels like. Combining the heartfelt moments of “Groundhog Day” and brutal deaths of “Scream,” “Happy Death Day 2U” attempts to balance its predecessor’s blood-curdling homicide with poignant mother-daughter moments. Read more...

(Courtesy of  Michele K. Short/Universal Pictures)

Graduate design media arts student Zeynep Abes’ exhibit at the Broad Art Center will feature interactive video projection technology. On display Tuesday, the artwork aims to raise awareness about journalists' rights and struggles in various countries, including her homeland, Turkey. (Tanmay Shankar/Daily Bruin)
Graduate design media arts student Zeynep Abes’ exhibit at the Broad Art Center will feature interactive video projection technology. On display Tuesday, the artwork aims to raise awareness about journalists' rights and struggles in various countries, including her homeland, Turkey. (Tanmay Shankar/Daily Bruin)

(Claire Sun/Daily Bruin)
(Claire Sun/Daily Bruin)

(Rachel Bai/Daily Bruin)
(Rachel Bai/Daily Bruin)


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