Saturday, May 26

(Nicole Anisgard Parra/Daily Bruin)
(Nicole Anisgard Parra/Daily Bruin)

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For the eighth installment of her column "Bookmarked," Daily Bruin columnist Clea Wurster perused the aisles of the Samuel French Film and Theatre Bookshop located in North Hollywood. Wurster particularly enjoyed the community nature of the bookstore. (Bilal Ismail Ahmed/Daily Bruin senior staff)
For the eighth installment of her column "Bookmarked," Daily Bruin columnist Clea Wurster perused the aisles of the Samuel French Film and Theatre Bookshop located in North Hollywood. Wurster particularly enjoyed the community nature of the bookstore. (Bilal Ismail Ahmed/Daily Bruin senior staff)

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Mystery Pier Books, Inc. offers expensive first editions and other rare texts, such as original Shakespeare plays. The friendly owners and the intriguing titles make the store a tantalizing stop for any bibliophile. (Clea Wurster/Daily Bruin)
Mystery Pier Books, Inc. offers expensive first editions and other rare texts, such as original Shakespeare plays. The friendly owners and the intriguing titles make the store a tantalizing stop for any bibliophile. (Clea Wurster/Daily Bruin)

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Movie review: ‘Life of the Party’

Melissa McCarthy swaps two weeks in Italy for two semesters in college in a failing feminist comedy. “Life of the Party” follows Deanna (Melissa McCarthy), a recent divorcee, as she re-evaluates her life in the aftermath of her ex-husband’s sudden departure to Italy with his new mistress. Read more...

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