Tuesday, September 25

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Theater review: ‘Ironbound’

“Ironbound” shows its audience the futility of waiting for something that may never come in humorous and often devastating ways. Running Jan. 30 through March 4 at the Geffen Playhouse, “Ironbound” depicts the struggles of Polish immigrant Darja (Marin Ireland) during the 22 years of her life in America. Read more...

Photo: (Courtesy of Chris Whitaker)

(Courtesy of Chris Whitaker)

Passion Pit's Michael Angelakos showcased his tremendous vocals at the band's last show of its North American tour Saturday. The band performed both classics and new music at the Belasco Theater. (Kaia Sherry/Daily Bruin contributor)

Concert review: Passion Pit at Belasco Theater

Passion Pit’s Michael Angelakos clearly demonstrated his passion for performance Saturday night. Passion Pit concluded its North American tour with a performance at the Belasco Theater in promotion of its latest album “Tremendous Sea of Love.” Passion Pit and the show’s opener courtship. Read more...

Photo: Passion Pit's Michael Angelakos showcased his tremendous vocals at the band's last show of its North American tour Saturday. The band performed both classics and new music at the Belasco Theater. (Kaia Sherry/Daily Bruin contributor)

Passion Pit's Michael Angelakos showcased his tremendous vocals at the band's last show of its North American tour Saturday. The band performed both classics and new music at the Belasco Theater. (Kaia Sherry/Daily Bruin contributor)

Myroslava Khomik, a violonist in UCLA Camarades, said the concert represents musical collaboration among her and other UCLA alumni, who now work in the professional world, while also shedding light on Slavic culture. (Rachel Hefner/Daily Bruin)

UCLA Camarades string ensemble to tie together Slavic music, poetry

The UCLA Camarades will embrace Slavic culture through music and poetry in their upcoming concert “Hope Against Hope.” The string chamber music ensemble will perform at the concert alongside literary presentations by the UCLA Department of Slavic, East European and Eurasian Languages and Cultures on Tuesday. Read more...

Photo: Myroslava Khomik, a violonist in UCLA Camarades, said the concert represents musical collaboration among her and other UCLA alumni, who now work in the professional world, while also shedding light on Slavic culture. (Rachel Hefner/Daily Bruin)

Myroslava Khomik, a violonist in UCLA Camarades, said the concert represents musical collaboration among her and other UCLA alumni, who now work in the professional world, while also shedding light on Slavic culture. (Rachel Hefner/Daily Bruin)

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Movie review: ’12 Strong’

“12 Strong” drops more literal bombs than emotional ones in an overtly explosive new feature starring Chris Hemsworth. Based on a book by Doug Stanton, “12 Strong” details a gritty, but true, war story about the fall of Mazar-i-Sharif. Read more...

Photo: (Courtesy of David James)

(Courtesy of David James)

Fourth-year art and art history student Ricky Amadour created an abstract acrylic painting entitled "Poolboy," which features broad strokes of purple paint in an effort to evoke a feeling of springtime without explicitly depicting any images associated with the season. (Manpreet Grewal/Daily Bruin)

Art students depict change by bringing LA seasons into Powell rotunda

Students in search of some sunlit studying need not look any further than the campus library’s rotunda. The Art History Undergraduate Student Association created an art exhibition in Powell Library focusing on different incarnations of the four seasons, revealing each artists’ personal relation to seasonal change. Read more...

Photo: Fourth-year art and art history student Ricky Amadour created an abstract acrylic painting entitled "Poolboy," which features broad strokes of purple paint in an effort to evoke a feeling of springtime without explicitly depicting any images associated with the season. (Manpreet Grewal/Daily Bruin)

Fourth-year art and art history student Ricky Amadour created an abstract acrylic painting entitled "Poolboy," which features broad strokes of purple paint in an effort to evoke a feeling of springtime without explicitly depicting any images associated with the season. (Manpreet Grewal/Daily Bruin)

The Museum of Failure opened in Los Angeles  on Friday, and will be open until Feb. 4. The Museum features a range of failed products, from unpopular Oreo flavors, such as PB&J and Swedish Fish, to a Barbie alternative designed to teach children about showing sympathy for the less fortunate. (Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor)

Museum of Failure displays misguided, unsuccessful creations

The Museum of Failure succeeds in exhibiting some of society’s larger failures. First exhibited in Helsingborg, Sweden, the Museum of Failure is the brainchild of Samuel West, a clinical psychologist who began cataloguing and collecting items to celebrate failure, due to the social stigma surrounding the concept of failure. Read more...

Photo: The Museum of Failure opened in Los Angeles on Friday, and will be open until Feb. 4. The Museum features a range of failed products, from unpopular Oreo flavors, such as PB&J and Swedish Fish, to a Barbie alternative designed to teach children about showing sympathy for the less fortunate. (Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor)

The Museum of Failure opened in Los Angeles  on Friday, and will be open until Feb. 4. The Museum features a range of failed products, from unpopular Oreo flavors, such as PB&J and Swedish Fish, to a Barbie alternative designed to teach children about showing sympathy for the less fortunate. (Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor)

Comedian and UCLA alumnus Ben Goldsmith uses a real-life past relationship as inspiration for his current web show "Lovers United." Goldsmith began work on the series in December 2013. He is currently in the process of translating the YouTube series into a sitcom with a similar premise. (Nick Kardan/Daily Bruin)

Alum uses romantic comedy series to show humor in everyday interactions

Comedian Ben Goldsmith uses his real-life past relationship as inspiration for his current web show, “Lovers United.” After launching his production company, Dumb Owl Productions, in March 2014, the UCLA alumnus said he invested much of his energy in “Lovers United,” which explores the dynamic between Goldsmith and Leah Kilpatrick, his former partner. Read more...

Photo: Comedian and UCLA alumnus Ben Goldsmith uses a real-life past relationship as inspiration for his current web show "Lovers United." Goldsmith began work on the series in December 2013. He is currently in the process of translating the YouTube series into a sitcom with a similar premise. (Nick Kardan/Daily Bruin)

Comedian and UCLA alumnus Ben Goldsmith uses a real-life past relationship as inspiration for his current web show "Lovers United." Goldsmith began work on the series in December 2013. He is currently in the process of translating the YouTube series into a sitcom with a similar premise. (Nick Kardan/Daily Bruin)


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