Saturday, April 20

Devin Daniels, Ram Eshwar Kaundinya – fourth-year cognitive science student – and Atticus Reynolds (left to right) formed Kune Do, a band that performs both improvisational and composed music. They will perform at "Fowler Out Loud" on Wednesday in the Fowler Museum.  (Courtesy of Ram Eshwar Kaundinya)

Eclectic band to bring Indian, Puerto Rican rhythms to student concerts

Bruce Lee’s martial arts philosophy influences Kune Do, a band which incorporates a multitude of different styles of music. The band was first created by Atticus Reynolds and fourth-year cognitive science student Ram Eshwar Kaundinya when they realized the similarities between traditional Indian rhythms and Puerto Rican rhythms. Read more...

Photo: Devin Daniels, Ram Eshwar Kaundinya – fourth-year cognitive science student – and Atticus Reynolds (left to right) formed Kune Do, a band that performs both improvisational and composed music. They will perform at "Fowler Out Loud" on Wednesday in the Fowler Museum. (Courtesy of Ram Eshwar Kaundinya)

Devin Daniels, Ram Eshwar Kaundinya – fourth-year cognitive science student – and Atticus Reynolds (left to right) formed Kune Do, a band that performs both improvisational and composed music. They will perform at "Fowler Out Loud" on Wednesday in the Fowler Museum.  (Courtesy of Ram Eshwar Kaundinya)

Elvis Presley returns as a phantom in “Blue Moon Over Memphis,” an American rendition of Japanese Noh theater. The classical theater style often incorporates hand-carved masks and elaborate, traditional costumes. (Courtesy of David Surtasky)

American adaptation unmasks Japanese theater form to reveal artistic complexities

Elvis Presley comes back to life in traditional Japanese theater in “Blue Moon Over Memphis.” Theatre Nohgaku, a Noh theater company, will perform the play as part of “2 Days of Noh,” a symposium on the classical Japanese musical theater form. Read more...

Photo: Elvis Presley returns as a phantom in “Blue Moon Over Memphis,” an American rendition of Japanese Noh theater. The classical theater style often incorporates hand-carved masks and elaborate, traditional costumes. (Courtesy of David Surtasky)

Elvis Presley returns as a phantom in “Blue Moon Over Memphis,” an American rendition of Japanese Noh theater. The classical theater style often incorporates hand-carved masks and elaborate, traditional costumes. (Courtesy of David Surtasky)


Alum Math Bass’ mural is now on display at the lobby of the Hammer Museum. Bass has been building up a repertoire of symbols as a part of their artistic language for the past six years, with the mural featuring a number of the images. 
(Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

Alum’s exhibit paints symbols in new light to challenge viewers’ expectations

Ordinary stairs serve as alligator teeth in the Hammer Museum’s new mural “Pink Dots.” The piece, created by alum Math Bass, was first unveiled Saturday and will be on display until Feb. Read more...

Photo: Alum Math Bass’ mural is now on display at the lobby of the Hammer Museum. Bass has been building up a repertoire of symbols as a part of their artistic language for the past six years, with the mural featuring a number of the images. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

Alum Math Bass’ mural is now on display at the lobby of the Hammer Museum. Bass has been building up a repertoire of symbols as a part of their artistic language for the past six years, with the mural featuring a number of the images. 
(Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

MFA student Farah Shaer worked as an actress and co-producer on the feature film “Heaven Without People.” Filmed in her home country of Lebanon, Shaer said the film follows a family reuniting for the first time in many years. (Courtesy of Marco Ribali)

MFA student’s controversial film faces censorship in her home country

Farah Shaer’s undergraduate thesis film was banned in her home country of Lebanon. The MFA student recently acted in and produced “Heaven Without People,” which also faced censorship. Read more...

Photo: MFA student Farah Shaer worked as an actress and co-producer on the feature film “Heaven Without People.” Filmed in her home country of Lebanon, Shaer said the film follows a family reuniting for the first time in many years. (Courtesy of Marco Ribali)

MFA student Farah Shaer worked as an actress and co-producer on the feature film “Heaven Without People.” Filmed in her home country of Lebanon, Shaer said the film follows a family reuniting for the first time in many years. (Courtesy of Marco Ribali)

Florence Welch took the stage at the Hollywood Bowl for the first of two Los Angeles Florence and the Machine shows. The indie band played a combination of its older, more energetic songs and their newer, more soulful songs. 
(Courtesy of Lillie Eiger)

Concert review: Florence and the Machine’s recent tour introduces a more stripped-down aesthetic

Florence Welch stepped out from between a crucifix and the Hollywood sign for her first of two Los Angeles shows of the “High as Hope” tour. Read more...

Photo: Florence Welch took the stage at the Hollywood Bowl for the first of two Los Angeles Florence and the Machine shows. The indie band played a combination of its older, more energetic songs and their newer, more soulful songs. (Courtesy of Lillie Eiger)

Florence Welch took the stage at the Hollywood Bowl for the first of two Los Angeles Florence and the Machine shows. The indie band played a combination of its older, more energetic songs and their newer, more soulful songs. 
(Courtesy of Lillie Eiger)

(Photo courtesy of Scott Patrick Green/Netflix)

TV Review: Season two of ‘American Vandal’ doesn’t stink, commentary accurately depicts teens

“American Vandal” combines poop jokes with hard-hitting social commentary in an evolution of the phallic joke legacy that is consistent throughout season one. The second season of the Netflix original series follows amateur detectives Peter (Tyler Alvarez) and Sam (Griffin Gluck) as they leave the mostly wrapped up mystery of Hanover High and travel to St. Read more...

Photo: (Photo courtesy of Scott Patrick Green/Netflix)

(Photo courtesy of Scott Patrick Green/Netflix)


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