Sunday, December 15

(Courtesy of Merrick Morton TM/ 20th Century Fox)

Movie review: ‘Ford v Ferrari’ manages to steer through the action with well-rounded drama

Actions movies rarely contain more than the requisite amount of drama needed to advance the story – “Ford v Ferrari” is the commendable exception. Blending drama and action is old hat for director James Mangold (“Logan”), but this time he’s donning it to tell the story of high-stakes racing between two of the world’s most famous automobile manufacturers. Read more...

(Courtesy of Merrick Morton TM/ 20th Century Fox)

(Courtesy of François Duhamel)
(Courtesy of François Duhamel)

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band provides music for the president of the United States and the commandant of the Marine Corps. It will bring its music to Royce Hall as a part of its "National Concert Tour." (Courtesy of Marine Band Office of Communication)
"The President's Own" United States Marine Band provides music for the president of the United States and the commandant of the Marine Corps. It will bring its music to Royce Hall as a part of its "National Concert Tour." (Courtesy of Marine Band Office of Communication)

(Courtesy of NEON CJ Entertainment)
(Courtesy of NEON CJ Entertainment)

Butoh is a radical Japanese physical art form that will be taught at Kaufman Hall from Friday to Sunday. The performances can be elaborate performances with gold body paint but also more individualized with minimal costumery.(Courtesy of Nakajima Natsu)
Butoh is a radical Japanese physical art form that will be taught at Kaufman Hall from Friday to Sunday. The performances can be elaborate performances with gold body paint but also more individualized with minimal costumery.(Courtesy of Nakajima Natsu)

The LA-based non-profit Justice Rising hosted a  photo gallery exhibition at Upside Down Café featuring photos of the students they help in Eastern Congo. The organization works to promote secondary education in the country, where they build schoolhouses and hire local teachers to educate children. 
(Tess Horowitz/Daily Bruin)
The LA-based non-profit Justice Rising hosted a  photo gallery exhibition at Upside Down Café featuring photos of the students they help in Eastern Congo. The organization works to promote secondary education in the country, where they build schoolhouses and hire local teachers to educate children. 
(Tess Horowitz/Daily Bruin)

The Giant Kites of Guatemala event taught attendees how to make a Guatemalan five-pointed star kite. These smaller style kites eventually led to larger ones, which can weigh hundreds of pounds and are used in Guatemalan Day of the Dead celebrations. While the Day of the Dead is not until November, the workshop taught attendees about the kite’s traditional origins. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)
The Giant Kites of Guatemala event taught attendees how to make a Guatemalan five-pointed star kite. These smaller style kites eventually led to larger ones, which can weigh hundreds of pounds and are used in Guatemalan Day of the Dead celebrations. While the Day of the Dead is not until November, the workshop taught attendees about the kite’s traditional origins. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)


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