Thursday, December 5

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Reels, Notes and Takes: Week 5

There’s no better place to keep a finger on the pulse of arts and entertainment happenings than Los Angeles. The A&E world is alive – it’s always buzzing, sometimes ready to implode with a hint of a surprise album or a celebrity’s controversial statement. Read more...

Photo: (Courtesy of Coldplay)

(Courtesy of Coldplay)


Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright star as Frank and Claire Underwood, respectively, in Netflix’s original series, “House of Cards.” (Courtesy of Netflix)

Love | Hate: Is ‘House of Cards’ compelling or too flawed to entertain?

Just in time for the nitty-gritty action of the 2016 presidential election to roll around, Frank Underwood from “House of Cards” and his highly competent and trustworthy (read: evil) political team are returning to Netflix. Read more...

Photo: Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright star as Frank and Claire Underwood, respectively, in Netflix’s original series, “House of Cards.” (Courtesy of Netflix)

Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright star as Frank and Claire Underwood, respectively, in Netflix’s original series, “House of Cards.” (Courtesy of Netflix)

Beyond the actors and stage of UCLA Theater Film and Television’s “Eurydice,” stage manager and second-year theater student Kristin Hwang (left) coordinates her 20-person crew for a cohesive, smooth production from start to finish. (Daniel Alcazar/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Backstage Bruins: Student stage manager finds pivotal role away from spotlight

Kristin Hwang is a stage manager and a mother of 20. She comes across as a stern mother, commanding her cast and stage crew children from a gallery high up in the theater. Read more...

Photo: Beyond the actors and stage of UCLA Theater Film and Television’s “Eurydice,” stage manager and second-year theater student Kristin Hwang (left) coordinates her 20-person crew for a cohesive, smooth production from start to finish. (Daniel Alcazar/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Beyond the actors and stage of UCLA Theater Film and Television’s “Eurydice,” stage manager and second-year theater student Kristin Hwang (left) coordinates her 20-person crew for a cohesive, smooth production from start to finish. (Daniel Alcazar/Daily Bruin senior staff)

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Reels, Notes & Takes: Week 4

There’s no better place to keep a finger on the pulse of arts and entertainment happenings than Los Angeles. The A&E world is alive – it’s always buzzing, sometimes ready to implode with a hint of a surprise album or a celebrity’s controversial statement. Read more...

Photo: (Courtesy of Universal Pictures)

(Courtesy of Universal Pictures)


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Reels, Notes & Takes: Week 3

There’s no better place to keep a finger on the pulse of arts and entertainment happenings than Los Angeles. The A&E world is alive – it’s always buzzing, sometimes ready to implode with a hint of a surprise album or a celebrity’s controversial statement. Read more...

Photo: (Courtesy of Warner Bros)

(Courtesy of Warner Bros)


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