Wednesday, January 23

EDM duo ANIMVLZ consists of Brandon Lugo and alumnus Andrew Feng, who blend dubstep and future bass to encourage a high-energy response from a crowd, Lugo said. 
(Grant Mooney/Daily Bruin)

EDM duo ANIMVLZ fuses dubstep, future bass to create new musical experience

Brandon Lugo’s grandmother watched him perform an electronic dance music set in Las Vegas in November. Having grown up in the hippie era of the ’60s and ’70s, she was also in attendance at the Woodstock-inspired student music festival, Westwoodstock, just a month after her 70th birthday to watch Lugo play. Read more...

Photo: EDM duo ANIMVLZ consists of Brandon Lugo and alumnus Andrew Feng, who blend dubstep and future bass to encourage a high-energy response from a crowd, Lugo said. (Grant Mooney/Daily Bruin)

EDM duo ANIMVLZ consists of Brandon Lugo and alumnus Andrew Feng, who blend dubstep and future bass to encourage a high-energy response from a crowd, Lugo said. 
(Grant Mooney/Daily Bruin)

Stoya, April Flores and Mia Little (left to right) were the three panelists for UCLA Sexpert's "Ask a Pornstar" event Monday. They are all activists in the industry – Flores is a proponent of body positivity while Little is the president of the Adult Performer Advocacy Committee. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

Porn panel aims to normalize sex, destigmatize adult film industry

Stoya’s prescene ritual includes drinking a cup of chai. The pornographer joined two other women for the “Ask a Pornstar” panel hosted by UCLA Sexperts on Monday, following last week’s Sex Week events. Read more...

Photo: Stoya, April Flores and Mia Little (left to right) were the three panelists for UCLA Sexpert's "Ask a Pornstar" event Monday. They are all activists in the industry – Flores is a proponent of body positivity while Little is the president of the Adult Performer Advocacy Committee. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

Stoya, April Flores and Mia Little (left to right) were the three panelists for UCLA Sexpert's "Ask a Pornstar" event Monday. They are all activists in the industry – Flores is a proponent of body positivity while Little is the president of the Adult Performer Advocacy Committee. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

Grilliant, which opened Feb. 12 on Lindbrook Drive, offers health-oriented foods such as salads and smoothies. The fire-grilled portobello kabob fell short with its bland flavor and presentation, while more traditional protein options such as the chicken wrap made for a heartier meal. (Raunak Devjani/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Restaurant review: Grilliant

Grilliant takes the brilliance out of Mediterranean food. The new Westwood location opened Feb. 12 on Lindbrook Drive and serves salads, wraps, kabobs and organic smoothies. Read more...

Photo: Grilliant, which opened Feb. 12 on Lindbrook Drive, offers health-oriented foods such as salads and smoothies. The fire-grilled portobello kabob fell short with its bland flavor and presentation, while more traditional protein options such as the chicken wrap made for a heartier meal. (Raunak Devjani/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Grilliant, which opened Feb. 12 on Lindbrook Drive, offers health-oriented foods such as salads and smoothies. The fire-grilled portobello kabob fell short with its bland flavor and presentation, while more traditional protein options such as the chicken wrap made for a heartier meal. (Raunak Devjani/Daily Bruin senior staff)


The Original Style noodles use a black pepper seasoning instead of the zero-to-six spiciness scale of most of the other dishes, making it a good choice for customers with a milder spice tolerance. (Linda Xu/Daily Bruin)

Restaurant review: Killer Noodle

Killer Noodle puts the heat on culinary daredevils. Tsujita has recently expanded its small empire on Sawtelle Boulevard with its newest restaurant, Killer Noodle, where customers can customize their ramen bowls according to spice level and type. Read more...

Photo: The Original Style noodles use a black pepper seasoning instead of the zero-to-six spiciness scale of most of the other dishes, making it a good choice for customers with a milder spice tolerance. (Linda Xu/Daily Bruin)

The Original Style noodles use a black pepper seasoning instead of the zero-to-six spiciness scale of most of the other dishes, making it a good choice for customers with a milder spice tolerance. (Linda Xu/Daily Bruin)

Alumnus Bryant Ng opened Cassia in Santa Monica in 2015 with a menu that incorporates Southeast Asian flavors as well as French influences. His pot au feu dish, a traditional one-pot French stew, incorporates the beef broth from Vietnamese pho as well as other Vietnamese flavors such as cinnamon. (Farida Saleh/Daily Bruin)

You are what you cook: Alum blends heritage, French styles in restaurant

Bryant Ng comes from a family of restaurateurs. The alumnus used to help out in the kitchen of his parents’ restaurant, Wok Way, washing dishes and peeling shrimp. Read more...

Photo: Alumnus Bryant Ng opened Cassia in Santa Monica in 2015 with a menu that incorporates Southeast Asian flavors as well as French influences. His pot au feu dish, a traditional one-pot French stew, incorporates the beef broth from Vietnamese pho as well as other Vietnamese flavors such as cinnamon. (Farida Saleh/Daily Bruin)

Alumnus Bryant Ng opened Cassia in Santa Monica in 2015 with a menu that incorporates Southeast Asian flavors as well as French influences. His pot au feu dish, a traditional one-pot French stew, incorporates the beef broth from Vietnamese pho as well as other Vietnamese flavors such as cinnamon. (Farida Saleh/Daily Bruin)

Ministry of Coffee, an Australia-based coffee shop, opened its first U.S. location in Westwood Village on Saturday. The shop will expand its menu Tuesday to include food items prepared by a full-service kitchen. (Jacob Preal/Daily Bruin)

Ministry of Coffee brings Australian drinks, food to Westwood Village

A new Australian coffee shop opened in Westwood Village on Saturday. Ministry of Coffee, located on Glendon Avenue, will also sell all-day breakfast and lunch. Manager Nicole Rodrigues said she thinks MOC is different from other coffee shops in Westwood because it roasts its coffee in-house and provides a full food menu. Read more...

Photo: Ministry of Coffee, an Australia-based coffee shop, opened its first U.S. location in Westwood Village on Saturday. The shop will expand its menu Tuesday to include food items prepared by a full-service kitchen. (Jacob Preal/Daily Bruin)

Ministry of Coffee, an Australia-based coffee shop, opened its first U.S. location in Westwood Village on Saturday. The shop will expand its menu Tuesday to include food items prepared by a full-service kitchen. (Jacob Preal/Daily Bruin)


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