Saturday, November 17

Columnist Nina Young explored the relationship between fashion and film at the Getty Center, which screened the 1978 cult thriller "The Eyes of Laura Mars" alongside a recent exhibition on fashion photography. (Daily Bruin file photo)

After Dark: ‘The Eyes of Laura Mars’ amuses audience, critiques fashion industry

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: Columnist Nina Young explored the relationship between fashion and film at the Getty Center, which screened the 1978 cult thriller "The Eyes of Laura Mars" alongside a recent exhibition on fashion photography. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Columnist Nina Young explored the relationship between fashion and film at the Getty Center, which screened the 1978 cult thriller "The Eyes of Laura Mars" alongside a recent exhibition on fashion photography. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The Queen Mary, a former passenger vessel, is considered to be one of the most haunted locations in the country. The ship is now a hotel, and many visitors have reported ghost sightings and unnatural occurrences. (Eli Countryman/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Spook City: Based on dispiriting tour, Queen Mary harbors surprisingly few horrors

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 Queen Mary, a former passenger vessel, is considered to be one of the most haunted locations in the country. The ship is now a hotel, and many visitors have reported ghost sightings and unnatural occurrences. (Eli Countryman/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The Queen Mary, a former passenger vessel, is considered to be one of the most haunted locations in the country. The ship is now a hotel, and many visitors have reported ghost sightings and unnatural occurrences. (Eli Countryman/Daily Bruin senior staff)



(Photo courtesy of Scott Garfield/IFC Films)

Movie review: ‘Wildlife’ driven by character development with dutiful, detailed performances

Paul Dano’s directorial debut follows a family patriarch who extinguishes fires in the Montana mountains as his son attempts to put out fires at home. “Wildlife” delivers a compelling mix of whimsy and drama in a film not characterized by a swift-moving plot, but rather the measured and careful development of its characters. Read more...

Photo: (Photo courtesy of Scott Garfield/IFC Films)

(Photo courtesy of Scott Garfield/IFC Films)

Halo-halo, a Filipino dessert, is served at B Sweet Dessert Bar and contains 13 different ingredients, including jackfruit and sweet beans. The vibrant layers of the dessert are blended together – halo-halo translates to "mix-mix" in Tagalog, the store's manager said. (Michael Zshornack/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Sugarcoated: B Sweet satisfies your inner witch and sweet tooth with colorful, creamy treats

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: Halo-halo, a Filipino dessert, is served at B Sweet Dessert Bar and contains 13 different ingredients, including jackfruit and sweet beans. The vibrant layers of the dessert are blended together – halo-halo translates to "mix-mix" in Tagalog, the store's manager said. (Michael Zshornack/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Halo-halo, a Filipino dessert, is served at B Sweet Dessert Bar and contains 13 different ingredients, including jackfruit and sweet beans. The vibrant layers of the dessert are blended together – halo-halo translates to "mix-mix" in Tagalog, the store's manager said. (Michael Zshornack/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The Rooftop Cinema Club screened “The Sandlot” at their downtown location for the second time in the past few months, in their attempt to appeal to millennial audiences. To emphasize the childlike nature of the film, the venue provided oversized versions of children’s games, such as Jenga and Connect Four.
(Nina Young/Daily Bruin)

After Dark: Rooftop screening of ‘The Sandlot’ hits home with nostalgia

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 Rooftop Cinema Club screened “The Sandlot” at their downtown location for the second time in the past few months, in their attempt to appeal to millennial audiences. To emphasize the childlike nature of the film, the venue provided oversized versions of children’s games, such as Jenga and Connect Four. (Nina Young/Daily Bruin)

The Rooftop Cinema Club screened “The Sandlot” at their downtown location for the second time in the past few months, in their attempt to appeal to millennial audiences. To emphasize the childlike nature of the film, the venue provided oversized versions of children’s games, such as Jenga and Connect Four.
(Nina Young/Daily Bruin)


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