Tuesday, November 20

Hayworth Theater incorporated many local businesses for their screening of “¡Three Amigos!” such as mariachi performers from La Fonda, one of the oldest mariachi dinner-theater venues in the world. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

After Dark: Tamales, live music set ambiance for ‘¡Three Amigos!’ screening

Los Angeles’ blend of midnight movies, cult screenings and historic theaters offer late-night scares and childhood nostalgia back in the theater. Join columnist Nina Young as she attends different cult screenings each week to find out why audiences stay out so late after dark. Read more...

Photo: Hayworth Theater incorporated many local businesses for their screening of “¡Three Amigos!” such as mariachi performers from La Fonda, one of the oldest mariachi dinner-theater venues in the world. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Hayworth Theater incorporated many local businesses for their screening of “¡Three Amigos!” such as mariachi performers from La Fonda, one of the oldest mariachi dinner-theater venues in the world. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

(Creative Commons photo courtesy of rodrigoferrari/Wikimedia Commons)

Second Take: Kanye cannot back away from his political havoc with one tweet

I’m going to let you finish, Kanye, but Taylor Swift had one of the best political social media posts of all time. In contrast to Swift, who entered the political ring with a highly political Instagram post in early October, Kanye West announced Tuesday that he’d be distancing himself from politics to focus on his creative efforts. Read more...

Photo: (Creative Commons photo courtesy of rodrigoferrari/Wikimedia Commons)

(Creative Commons photo courtesy of rodrigoferrari/Wikimedia Commons)


The Ricardo Montalbán Theatre in Hollywood decked out their rooftop screening of Tim Burton’s 1988 cult classic “Beetlejuice” with spooky Halloween decor, such as spiderwebs, orange light and a fake dead body. 
(Nina Young/Daily Bruin senior staff)

After Dark: ‘Beetlejuice’ screening has garish gags, invites outlandish outfits

Los Angeles’ blend of midnight movies, cult screenings and historic theaters offers late-night scares and childhood nostalgia back in the theater. Join columnist Nina Young as she attends different cult screenings each week to find out why audiences stay out so late after dark. Read more...

Photo: The Ricardo Montalbán Theatre in Hollywood decked out their rooftop screening of Tim Burton’s 1988 cult classic “Beetlejuice” with spooky Halloween decor, such as spiderwebs, orange light and a fake dead body. (Nina Young/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The Ricardo Montalbán Theatre in Hollywood decked out their rooftop screening of Tim Burton’s 1988 cult classic “Beetlejuice” with spooky Halloween decor, such as spiderwebs, orange light and a fake dead body. 
(Nina Young/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Universal CityWalk's Voodoo Doughnut boasts a revolving glass display of multiple tiers of sweets. Bubblegum pink walls and eccentric decorations line the store, creating a fitting environment for the location's offerings. (Jordan Stewart/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Sugarcoated: Voodoo Doughnut’s adorable decor, delectable treats make for delightful trip

In an era when dessert is often evaluated by its Instagram potential, Los Angeles shines as one of the world’s premier cities for sweet treats. Join Daily Bruin staffers each week as they visit different dessert joints, going behind the scenes to give you an exclusive look into the creation of trending sugary concoctions. Read more...

Photo: Universal CityWalk's Voodoo Doughnut boasts a revolving glass display of multiple tiers of sweets. Bubblegum pink walls and eccentric decorations line the store, creating a fitting environment for the location's offerings. (Jordan Stewart/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Universal CityWalk's Voodoo Doughnut boasts a revolving glass display of multiple tiers of sweets. Bubblegum pink walls and eccentric decorations line the store, creating a fitting environment for the location's offerings. (Jordan Stewart/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The Comedy Store, now known for hosting professional comedians, has a history of murder and death due to the building's previous use by a Mafia-involved nightclub. The basement was supposedly used for torture, while other deaths have also occurred around the building. (Courtesy of Mike Dillon)

Spook City: The Comedy Store not so fearsome despite being haunted by tragedy

Los Angeles is supposed to be the City of Stars, but once those stars fade, where do they go? Do they stay behind, forever attached to their final location, spooking guests who dare to enter their domain? Read more...

Photo: The Comedy Store, now known for hosting professional comedians, has a history of murder and death due to the building's previous use by a Mafia-involved nightclub. The basement was supposedly used for torture, while other deaths have also occurred around the building. (Courtesy of Mike Dillon)

The Comedy Store, now known for hosting professional comedians, has a history of murder and death due to the building's previous use by a Mafia-involved nightclub. The basement was supposedly used for torture, while other deaths have also occurred around the building. (Courtesy of Mike Dillon)