Thursday, September 20

Though he worked as a producer on the Emmy-nominated “The Alienist,” alumnus Eric Roth said he prefers working as a writer. He aims to remain accurate to small details when working on historical films such as the TNT drama. (Courtesy of Julia Hannafin)
Though he worked as a producer on the Emmy-nominated “The Alienist,” alumnus Eric Roth said he prefers working as a writer. He aims to remain accurate to small details when working on historical films such as the TNT drama. (Courtesy of Julia Hannafin)

UCLA alumna and former professor Felicia D. Henderson, consulting producer on season five of “Empire,” said she most enjoys the family drama at the center of the show, having grown up with five sisters herself. 
(Courtesy of Matthew Jordan Smith)
UCLA alumna and former professor Felicia D. Henderson, consulting producer on season five of “Empire,” said she most enjoys the family drama at the center of the show, having grown up with five sisters herself. 
(Courtesy of Matthew Jordan Smith)

Tiffanie Hsu directed the Netflix documentary, "Waterschool." She said distributors like Netflix have expanded the possibilities for potential films and documentaries she may create in the future. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)
Tiffanie Hsu directed the Netflix documentary, "Waterschool." She said distributors like Netflix have expanded the possibilities for potential films and documentaries she may create in the future. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

(Juliette Le Saint/Illustrations director)
(Juliette Le Saint/Illustrations director)


(Courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures)
(Courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures)

Visitors to CoffeeCon LA could sample different coffee blends at various stalls hosted by both for-profit and not-for-profit companies. Coffee experts also gave talks and taught masterclasses on topics ranging from distinguishing coffee flavors to making latte art. (Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor)

Angelenos escape daily grind, filter into CoffeeCon LA this weekend

Excitement brewed for javaphiles this weekend. Caffeine lovers came together Saturday and Sunday for CoffeeCon LA 2018 at The Reef in Downtown Los Angeles. Curated for coffee connoisseurs and recent enthusiasts alike, the event hosted approximately 50 vendors of coffee and coffee-related products, as well as special presentations and master classes on topics such as latte art. Read more...

Visitors to CoffeeCon LA could sample different coffee blends at various stalls hosted by both for-profit and not-for-profit companies. Coffee experts also gave talks and taught masterclasses on topics ranging from distinguishing coffee flavors to making latte art. (Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor)


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